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14 minutes ago, alHussein said:

I don't know how to react that I will never be able to own a creature like this

these(dogs) are just too much work...

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& when I was suicidal, Nchanyane came with this type of a dog... ugly beauty

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On 5/7/2019 at 10:45 AM, alHussein said:

I don't know how to react that I will never be able to own a creature like this.

What these people are doing is so wrong. He is adorable but people shouldn't mess with his coat like that.

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This how they normally look, like a little fox almost. ^

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I have a dog. A cockapoo ( cocker spaniel and poodle). It’s unfortunately know as a designer dog. He doesn’t malt and is absolutely amazing. He listens to commands. We have a prayer room which he knows not to go anywhere near. We only have clean, never been touched by a dog clothes near the door so we can change before prayers and after wudhu. 

He even stopped my car from being burgled at 2.30 in the morning when he heard someone try to open the car door. How he knew I will never know but super glad he did. 

I haven’t had any issues with my religious practises since having a dog. It just makes you more aware and coinscious. Which I think is a good thing. 

I genuinely hate the way Muslims stereotype dogs and have this hatred for them. They are also a creature of Allah. 

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On 5/23/2019 at 12:38 AM, LeftCoastMom said:

The only redeeming moment in the train-wreck of a final season of that show we're not supposed to talk about...

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Salam , anyway they consider them as wolf not dog

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11 hours ago, LeftCoastMom said:

Well. Technically it is a CGI-enhanced "Northern Inuit" dog portraying a wolf. 

well , wolves are not impure & can be held  as pet but practically it's impossible to keep a wolf like a dog that Starks in movie are holding Wolves but Ramsey Snow replaces dogs in their house to humiliate them.

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30 minutes ago, LeftCoastMom said:

Why would a wolf be any different than a dog from a "theological" perspective ? Just curious.

Najis", sometimes referred to as "rejs" in the meaning of filth,  in term "jurisprudence" refers to  something which is both harmful and dangerous in its appearance and inside whether it is harmful to the appearance of man (body) or to e Metaphysical  affairs, such as: mental, psychological, moral, etc., or both. Therefore, the verdict is  applicable to something causes the person to be in caution in contact with it and contact with it needs necessary prerequisites and certain frameworks.

Imam Sadegh (عليه السلام) was asked about dog meat, he said that it is  from disfigured animals, I was offering it,I asked it is forbidden (Haram),he said: it's Najis (impure), and he repeated this word three times.

ج / ۳: «فی خبر ابی سهیل عن ابی عبدالله(ع) سألته عن لحم الکلب؟ فقال: هو مسخ، قلت: هو حرام؟ قال هو نجس … یقولها ثلاثاً»

https://www.afkarnews.com/بخش-اجتماعی-5/93246-چرا-سگ-در-اسلام-نجس-است

National Geographic - Differences Between Wolves and Dogs Films 2017

https://youtu.be/0-qegVkVLFU

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On 4/23/2019 at 8:42 AM, ali_fatheroforphans said:

^ All the dog lovers, now talk!

CORRECTION:  All the dog lovers, now walk!

And don't forget your pooper-scoopers, plastic bags, umbrella, insurance, . . .

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https://www.bbc.co.United Kingdom/news/av/United Kingdom-48566861/I-wouldn-t-be-here-if-it-wasn-t-for-finn

A new law has come into effect after a police dog, Finn, was stabbed and seriously hurt as he protected his handler, PC Dave Wardell, from an attacker in 2016.

The legislation, nicknamed "Finn's Law", is designed to help protect service animals in England and Wales.

Finn has now made a good recovery – and even recently appeared on Britain's Got Talent.

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Jeremy Rehm| Associated Press
Jun. 08, 2019 | 12:04 AM

Stressed out? Your dog may feel it too, study suggests

NEW YORK: When dog owners go through a stressful period, they’re not alone in feeling the pressure - their dogs feel it too, a new study suggests. Dog owners experiencing long bouts of stress can transfer it to their dogs, scientists report in a study published Thursday in Scientific Reports. The Swedish researchers focused on 58 people who own border collies or Shetland sheepdogs. They examined hair from the dog owners and their dogs, looking at the concentrations of a hormone called cortisol, a chemical released into the bloodstream and absorbed by hair follicles in response to stress.

Depression, excessive physical exercise and unemployment are just a few examples of stress that can influence the amount of cortisol found in your hair, said Lina Roth of Linkoping University in Sweden.

Roth and her team found that the patterns of cortisol levels in the hair of dog owners closely matched that found in their dogs in both winter and summer months, indicating their stress levels were in sync.

She thinks the owners are influencing the dogs rather than the other way around because several human personality traits appear to affect canine cortisol levels.

The researchers don’t know what causes the synchronization in cortisol levels between humans and their pups. But a hint might lie in the fact that the link is stronger with competitive dogs than in pet pooches.

The bond formed between owner and competitive dogs during training may increase the canines’ emotional reliance on their owners, she said. That in turn could increase the degree of synchronization.

But why do people influence their dogs rather than vice versa? Perhaps people are “a more central part of the dog’s life, whereas we humans also have other social networks,” Roth said in an email.

The study results are no surprise, said Alicia Buttner, director of animal behavior with the Nebraska Humane Society in Omaha.

“New evidence is continually emerging, showing that people and their dogs have incredibly close bonds that resemble the ones that parents share with their children,” she said in an email. She added there isn’t enough evidence to assume that the influence goes only one way; it may go both ways. “It’s not just as simple as owner gets stressed, dog gets stressed,” she said.

Many other factors could affect a person or dog’s stress levels and possibly even dampen them, she said.

Buttner said cortisol levels don’t necessarily indicate “bad” stress. They instead can indicate a good experience like getting ready to go for a walk, she said.

Roth and her team plan to investigate whether other dog breeds will react to their owners the same way.

In the meantime, she offered advice to minimize how much stress dog owners may be causing their pets. Dogs that play more show fewer signs of being stressed, she said.

So “just be with your dog and have fun,” Roth said.

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Mydogynme Warning.

@Heavenly_Silk That video, ^^^^^, is a good illustration that blondes are just too much trouble.

Unlike that monkey, I wouldn't allow my arm to be bit by even a mosquito over a screamer. I'd feed her to one of them.

"Hey, Mr..T rex. Catch!"

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2 hours ago, hasanhh said:

Mydogynme Warning.

@Heavenly_Silk That video, ^^^^^, is a good illustration that blondes are just too much trouble.

Unlike that monkey, I wouldn't allow my arm to be bit by even a mosquito over a screamer. I'd feed her to one of them.

"Hey, Mr...T rex. Catch!"

Didn’t you even find it a tiny bit cute?

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‘Puppy dog eyes’ evolved so dogs could communicate with us

Centuries of domestication have unintentionally yet radically reshaped dogs' eyebrow anatomy, making their faces easily readable to people.

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https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2019/06/dogs-eyebrows-humans-communication/

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