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|Tue, 04-16-2013 - 8:44pm|
People who don't own a particular breed of dog seem to think they are all pretty much alike. But, oh, they are not! There are vast differences among dogs of the same breed. We know that, right?
I've had pugs for 24 years. Most tend to be dimwitted, but I have met a few exgtremely intelligent ones. They have ranged from 17 to 34 pounds. Some are double-coated; some are single-coated. Some have bug eyes; some do not. Their eyes can be different shades of brown or honey. Fawns shed more than blacks. Blacks are naughtier than fawns. Whites are very rare. Brindles are mixed with something else. Yadda yadda.
Those of you who own or have owned several of the same breed, what have you observed?