The smaller the dog, the more vicious it is. That's why big doggos are just giant loveable babies.
@Xenn, unless you touch their sheep in a wolf costume
@Xenn, my dog, a beagle/terrier mix, but mostly beagle, was attacked by a pug that had gotten off their leash. Within a couple of seconds my dog had the pug pinned by the scruff of its neck. So yeah small dogs sometimes have to learn the hard way.
@Xenn, the bigger the doggo the nicer the cuddles. My labs get picked on by all the other dogs in the family. Each one out weighs the rest combined. But they will curl up and sleep as on you as much as you will allow
@The Common Shaman, I wanted to name it after my dachshund, but I get weird looks when I say “wiener energy”.
@The Common Shaman, 50% tremble, 50% hate
literally my dog
Doggo law of size: The size of a doggo is inversely proportionate to the size the doggo thinks it is.
*gets whipped around like a tetherball in a game of tug*
"dogs will be dogs"
I have a German Shepherd, a Dobermann, and a Yorkshire/Shih Tzu mix. The small one is always picking fights with the two big ones and they both just sit there and listen to her bark.