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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    Get a Maine Coon or something.
    I have a Maine Coon male who acts just like a dog (best pet ever). So, this is pretty sound advice.
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    just get a bulldog. they are great lazy apt dogs...great size...all the things you want...but only possible negatives is that they're expensive and can health problems and drool a lot...but cute as hell.
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    Besides, they're actually able to hunt their own food if need be... Dogs are such useless lifeforms... Abominations. Wolves... There we have cool animals.

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    my sister had those hairless cats and my god are they scary looking creatures...cool personalities though kind of.
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    How about an English Corgie? They are funny little dogs and very playful. However, they aren't very obedient... just a thought!
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    Wow, Maine Coons look awesome. Do they have the same fur as cats? I'm allergic.

    Too bad you can't really take them for a walk or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    my sister had those hairless cats and my god are they scary looking creatures...cool personalities though kind of.

    Was it a Rex? They are crazy looking - my uncle had 2. I refused to stay over when I was little because of those cats.

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    I want to go purebreed and I was never considering huskies. Sytpg brought them up but I consider them to be one of the bigger type dogs that I'm not looking to have.

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    Oh I know you weren't the one who brought up Huskies! I think you can have a dog in an urban environment but it has to be the *right* dog. Many dogs, if left alone for hours each day, and especially when they're young, will just get neurotic and destructive. You have to be really dedicated about exercising it enough so it doesn't go nuts, and crate training would probably be a good idea if you plan to be out a lot. Please consider a crossbreed! They're often hardier than purebreds healthwise, and there's tons to pick from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Wow, Maine Coons look awesome. Do they have the same fur as cats? I'm allergic.

    Too bad you can't really take them for a walk or whatever.
    They shed so bad. Their fur is actually much WORSE than a normal cat, by far. They have a hellishly dense undercoat which blows once a year. But even in the summer they shed like mad.

    Interestingly enough, I used to be quite allergic before I got my cats. Not just cat allergies either. Blooming trees, flowers... etc were literally a headache for me. Eww. I hate to think about it. After having owned my cats for a year (they're indoor only), all of my allergies cleared up. It's impossible to guarantee the same results for you, though. Mileage may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexx View Post
    Was it a Rex? They are crazy looking - my uncle had 2. I refused to stay over when I was little because of those cats.
    yeah, like this.
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