I have a bulldog, lazy, but is quiet enough to only bark when someone comes to the door. I was thinking of something more outdoors to get at the local shelter. More like a larger dog. Anyone have any recommendations?
I think little dogs get "small man complex", becouse my girl will act up, charge one step, then haul buns to daddy or the safety of being under something.I have a little yapper named "Cleetus". He's a Miniature Australian Shepard/Toy Maltese mix, weighs maybe 4 pounds, who is a touch neurotic and schizophrenic. He barks at every person that moves up or down the street. He forgets he's pretty small and doesn't realize that no one is afraid of him. But he "gits after it" like an angry half rabid Doberman that hasn't eaten in four days.
Not much on the "Missile Defense" but he's one hell of an "Early Warning System". :lol:
That dude is lucky the **** didn't come back after him.. Mind you i would have done the same for my fur family..I couldn't help but be reminded of this video. Note, the dog stops and looks back just for a second like "Damn man, I hope you got this one! I'm OUT!"
The wife wants to move to Montana! If we were there I'd take tye female off your hands! mate her with my Red and see what kinda colors came out!I have 2 myself. A red heeler and a blue heeler. They are both very quiet and only bark if they see something strange on the property. They are inside dogs but spend a ton of time outside workin cows and on the ranch with us. The the blue is a female and just had pups less than a week ago so she is down for a little while. Anyone in Montana look for heelers, let me know. There are 5 males and 1 female..
A "good" watchdog is just one that lets you know there is something not right. I hear people say that they have pit bulls,rottweilers and dobies that are mean and great for guard dogs.. Personally, all I need is my Walther P-22 with a can on it and some short rifle rounds or some Rompun and the dogs are out for the count..