7 Replies to “Dogs: How have they changed.”

  1. Many years ago the family owned (or was owned by) a Pekingese. Not exactly a prototype war dog. He didn’t like loud noises, firecrackers, gunfire, thunder, etc. However, there was absolutely nothing that walked on two legs or four that he was afraid of. He once tried to challenge two Russian Wolfhounds at once when he perceived encroachment on “His pack.” All I can say is that I’m glad Pekes are small. With their personality in a dog the size of a Great Dane, they’d rule the world.

  2. “Pekes are the BMW drivers of the canine world”

    OK, you owe me a new keyboard. I blew coffee out of my nose all over my keyboard when I read that.

    And, coffee in the nasal passages hurts!

  3. Big dogs in small bodies

    Have a new mini doxie in the House . 5 months old with a skull the size of a tennis ball will not back down from ANYONE. Runs rings around our 6 year old Jindo who is remarkably patient with him.

    If we could only get him to stop humping her ankle. Precocious little grabber….

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