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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Out of the small dogs, I like pugs. Very pleasant and amusing personalities.
    awww...you do i just got a lil pug pup.
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    I recommend a sheltie.







    Downsides: LOTS of hair.

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    awww...they look sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
    Lol. It's still going to be a while before I can get a pup (living conditions in the military prohibit) but in a little over a year and a half, when I have an apartment, I can get one. I've been thinking maybe an English Bulldog. What are some other suggestions along those lines (smallish, cute, friendly)? I prefer medium to smaller size dogs. I've never cared much to have a larger dog like a Lab, Doberman or something like that. Maybe if I had some property or something, but for a college bachelor, living in an apartment.. it doesn't work so well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    How about an English Corgie? They are funny little dogs and very playful. However, they aren't very obedient... just a thought!
    You mean a Welsh Corgi. If I ever get another small dog. It will be a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Smart, obedient, but sometimes stubborn.

    Here is the one I used to have.



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    Default Have you considered adopting a rescue?

    I rescued my Heather girl! She's a 35lb., 20 inch high, brindle-colored mutt. Love her to pieces! I found her through PetFinder.com where a local rescue group put her up for adoption after they saved her from being euthanized at the county animal control. (The vet. thinks she's some sort of Beagle/Terrier/Pitt mix. Eventually, I want to pay for a Dog DNA test to find out what her lineage is. It can be useful for health-related reasons to prepare for or prevent any health-related proclivities.)

    Adopting her was one of the best things I've ever done!
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    I concur with the folks who have suggested a pug. They are great apartment dogs- very low energy needs. And they're so ugly they're cute, which is great for chick-scoring.
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    Yeah, pugs = great apartment dogs. They're generally very easy going and friendly, too. I've never met a snappy pug.
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    Miniature dachshunds are great.

    And a word of advice, get the dog from a breeder and not a pet store. Unless, of course, you somehow think it's funny to tease retarded dogs.

    Which brings me to my next suggestion: Chihuahuas are excellent apartment-sized dogs.

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    Miniature dachshunds are great.
    *turns to jelly* Aren't they the most fabulous little creatures ever? Mine sleeps in the crook of my arm every night, with her head buried in my hair.

    And TOTALLY AGREE about not buying from pet stores. Never, never, NEVER get a dog from a pet store.
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