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Dexter is a great little dog. My girls wanted a lab and we definitely have the yard and house for it, but my wife said no because of the shedding. I would definitely get another long hair dapple dachshund.
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There are many breeds of dogs. In general, dogs are bred to do certain tasks.
If everything/everybody else can be taken care of with the time a trader has in
a given day, it is important to choose the correct dog for a pet. Some are bred
to run and chase sheep. If there are no sheep they will chase anything. Other
dog breeds are just the opposite. I like dogs myself, but they require time. They
are all social beings that require love. Love takes time.
“Sometimes I wonder if there’s enough love to go around with all the pain and longing. But one thing is for sure: If anyone has any extra love, even a heartbeat, or a touch or two, I wish they wouldn’t waste it on dogs.”