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    I have a Jack Russell/Miniature Collie mix and he is incredibly well behaved and took to training really well.

    He also has so much personality and is very smart.

    I know a few people with terrier/work dog mixes and I've heard shades of the same thing. The most well behaved such mix I've ever seen was an Irish Terrier/Husky mix. Funny looking dog, yes but so clever and well trained.

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    sharpei's are so easy to care for but they kinda hate other dogs...or at least mine did so he wasn't any fun to take to dog parks but he was easy to have in an apt. when i lived in one.

    actually he was part chow so maybe that made him more aggressive....yeah, probably.
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    Beagles looks awesome too.

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    these are cute, they look big but it say's they're just like 45lbs
    wheaten terriers
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    Get a shitzu. They were bred from their very start for nothing else but to be companion dogs. They're too cute for words, women fall all over them, they're easy to train to use a pee-pad and small enough to be able to get some exercise even in a small living space, and they're smart little dogs with huge personalities.

    P.S. I have a Maine Coon. I brush her every night for about fifteen minutes. As long as you groom them, they are fine, but you really do have to groom them. Otherwise they cough up hairballs and the fur gets to be a bit much. It's not a big deal, though. It's bonding time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    i'm sure someone will have something to say about these cross breed dogs but i think these are cool. it's an oripei a sharpei/ pug mix kinda cute.


    OMMMFFFFFGGGG THAT IS SOOOOO CUUUUUUUTTTTE!!!!?!?!?!?

    I Shar-Peis and had 2 growing up. They don't freaking 1) listen or 2) play with you, though.

    So cute looks + cute personality + city apartment sized bodies = winning combination.

    I'm not even kidding, OMG this is going to be my next dog.

    Thanks!
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    Out of the small dogs, I like pugs. Very pleasant and amusing personalities.




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    nothing than the reagle beagle
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    PS No Shi-Tzus, Chihuahuas, Jack Russell Terriers, or that breed from 'The Tramp' -- those dogs are yappy and/or prone to biting from my experience.

    Do that 'dog owner' personality test online that matches you with breed.

    Questions:

    How active do you want it to be?
    How much activity can you give it?
    Where will you live?
    How friendly do you want it to be with other people and dogs versus loyal to you?
    How much grooming do you want to do per week?
    How noisy do you want it to be?
    Do you want to teach it tricks or purely for companship?
    Do you want a lap dog?

    If you get a small dog, get a pug or another dog that while energetic is also friendly and not that loud. Pugs get tired out quickly. Bichon Frise is also cute but they are dumb. Dumb as hell. But very cute and not too yappy.
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    Oh, yeah. Starla and I have dog-sat a friend's terrier before, as well. She seemed like a pretty good all-around dog. She was small enough to be a good lap-dog, but was not an attention whore. She also wanted a lot of exercise, but I think this was more because of her owner's lifestyle than the breed. Good personality, and would probably be a good choice for an apartment.


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