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    Isfp with great dane. Endearing qualities. Often makes me feel like the protector
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    I've kind of warmed to my parents' Bichon, when she doesn't poop on the floor. She seems to be a lot less fearful and not bark at any slight disturbance. She seems very sensitive to my moods, and so she seems to react better now that my relationship with my parents has improved. A good thing about being with my parents for a few months is that I've learned to trust them again, and also how to interact with them as an adult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenaprincess View Post
    I'd think T types would like Shiba Inus, which are independent, smart and a little aloof.
    Also, any member of the working dog family or the terriers, which are very focused types.
    One of my favorite breeds. Even before they were cool.
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    Bichon looks tempermental. Googled it. Nvm It's pretty lively
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    This thread has far too few dog pictures for a dog thread.
    I'm here to fix this with doge:





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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post
    Bichon looks tempermental. Googled it. Nvm It's pretty lively
    It is a breed that is notorious for having large intestine control problems. She's cute though, so I'm starting to let that slide. Besides, I've only stepped in poop once in the two months I've been here.
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    Psst...tumblr has everything. Except it's often wrong because I'm still partial to doge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyslexxie View Post
    This thread has far too few dog pictures for a dog thread.
    I'm here to fix this with doge:





    should be an interesting match up an training session between entp an shiba.
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    Okay, but...why are they attacking the cabbage? What did it ever do to them?



    They're not even eating it! such a waste

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    I have had two dogs as pets, I didn't choose the first but she was a labrador cross red setter (bought by INTJ & ENFP) and a great companion... I had her from the age of 3 till teens and she really did go everywhere with me, without a lead at a very young age too, our second dog was a Dogue De Bordeaux (ESTJ convincing ENFP decision)... I didn't realise that 5-7 years was their life span though or I may have decided against... I just didn't know. Both were excellent family dogs, the Mastiff was harder to train, much harder and was cleverer than he liked to let on... both were pretty capable of opening doors and fridges... they both went crazy for food... loved both dogs so so much, definitely understand the best friend thing... it hurts when they depart though, couldn't do it again.
    "We knew he was someone who had a tragic flaw, that's where his greatness came from"
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