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5 hours ago, Laayla said:

CATS ARE THE BOSS. :threatenlumber:

 

I am a cat person at heart having only owned cats and still do. But even I cannot deny that dogs do so much for us and their love and loyalty to us is incomparable. I hope to experience owning one, just not prepared to say goodbye, I'd imagine it is even more difficult as the bond is stronger.

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1 hour ago, Propaganda_of_the_Deed said:

I am a cat person at heart having only owned cats and still do. But even I cannot deny that dogs do so much for us and their love and loyalty to us is incomparable. I hope to experience owning one, just not prepared to say goodbye, I'd imagine it is even more difficult as the bond is stronger.

Bismehe Ta3ala,

Assalam Alikum Brother,

I can understand owning dogs outside the home to use as a guard, hunting, and as a shepherd, even a dog at home to help the blind or disabled (while it has a different sleeping arrangement) but I don't agree with having a dog for leisure purposes.  How will you avoid it's saliva and do you know the extent of removing the najasat of the dog?  It's a lot of work to remove the impurity brother.  Why go through the bother?  

Some more pics to convince you to owning a dog.  :shifty:

 

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Brother @Ibn al-Hussain  are you aware of the hadith of not keeping a dog inside the house because it prevents the angels from visiting the house?

M3 Salamah, FE AMIN Allah

 

 

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4 hours ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Chinese Crested, hairless, dental issues and very prone to skin cancer. 

Are they naturally the ugliest things in the world or are they the result of over breeding? I'm sure they are as affectionate and fun as any other dog.

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4 hours ago, Klanky said:

Are they naturally the ugliest things in the world or are they the result of over breeding? I'm sure they are as affectionate and fun as any other dog.

No, the dogs in the pictures are either mixed, old or possibly inbred. Here's a normal Chinese Crested:  Crested_Moletai_May_2014_4.jpg

He also comes in a  "powder puff" form as well:

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They were meant to catch rodents and keep the mentally challenged company. ^

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1 minute ago, Gaius I. Caesar said:

Ovcharkra, means Shepherd in Russian. I like the size and protectiveness of them.

I think I've seen one. Not sure. Folks use big breeds like that for LGD's. I'm going to make do with my little Sammy.

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This is Hachiko - a purebred Japanese Akita dog. 

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He is known for being extremely loyal to his owner of two years. His daily routine would be to wait at the local train station for his owner to return from work.

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One day, the owner suffered a stroke whilst at work and would never return home. Hachiko was seen to go to that very same station to continue to wait for his master every single day for the next 10 years until his own death in 1935.

His story captivated the hearts of so many that there have been several movies made on him.

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1 minute ago, LeftCoastMom said:

A Russian Shepherd? I thought they used mostly Labs and GSD's for that.

You can use any dog really, but this guy is big enough to let me brace on him for support or help with getting up. I also like that he is not too trusting of strangers.

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20 minutes ago, Heavenly_Silk said:

This is Hachiko - a purebred Japanese Akita dog. 

image.jpeg.24483ebd1564642f10dfa4a84a76768c.jpeg

He is known for being extremely loyal to his owner of two years. His daily routine would be to wait at the local train station for his owner to return from work.

image.jpeg.2942d0ec755c25cd238f07ea8454d09d.jpeg

One day, the owner suffered a stroke whilst at work and would never return home. Hachiko was seen to go to that very same station to continue to wait for his master every single day for the next 10 years until his own death in 1935.

His story captivated the hearts of so many that there have been several movies made on him.

Image result for hachiko the dog movie

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How I cried when I watched this. Wanted an Akita Inu ever since. 

Cried at Marley & Me too

You seen a Dog's Promise? I was sobbing, I only watched that last week.

Me basically

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