I have a chihuahua and it’s very much a dog, and a great one at that!
Nicole might live in a cold climate where her chihuahua couldn’t go outside. Mine has very sensitive paws and can’t stand in snow for more than 30 seconds (not enough time to go to the bathroom), so in January and February, she uses “puppy pads”. I guess I could get her some boot-things, but I’d prefer not putting shoes on my dog, haha.
^ A great danes? You’re mixing your singulars and plurals there man…
Chihuahuas aren’t lame dogs, they’re just as good as other size dogs and some people prefer them because they smell less. Although they are quite a lot more yappy..
Or a Great Dane, a Saint Bernard, and a Newfoundland. That would equate to the same amount of dog and a lot less annoyance. It would take a pretty luckily placed kick to put down regular sized dogs and up. They are hunters by nature. A toy dog wouldn’t be able to do much more damage than a cat. Cats at least have claws and aren’t immobile after attacking. They can swipe you a good amount of times. Once the toy dog bites you youcan easily destroy it.
I can’t believe you’s idiots who are under the mistaken belief that the dog is either a Chihuaha, a Great Dane or a Blood hound. It is clearly a Rhodesian Ridgeback and a very young one at that, I say ‘clearly’ because if you look carefully you will see the ridge down it’s back.
Vincent, I’m glad you at least realise the defensive capability of a cat, it isn’t just limited to fighting off toy dogs though. My friends Staffordshire Bull Terrier went for my cat, she ripped it’s face to shreds and tore half of it’s ear off. The dog was screaming like a pussy, lol, and then hid in the bathroom.