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2013-01-11 01:53:13 AM
Her voice when she's getting the dog to react would and almost did bring out my inner satan also.
 
2013-01-11 07:04:12 AM

lokisbong: Her voice when she's getting the dog to react would and almost did bring out my inner satan also.


"Where's Satan?  Where's Satan?  Thatsagoodboy....thatsagoodboy...vewy gooood..."
 
2013-01-11 07:42:43 AM
Poor dog, stupid owner.
 
2013-01-11 08:02:31 AM
I don't get it. Where is Satan?
 
2013-01-11 08:05:07 AM
I think I dated that biatch in college.
 
2013-01-11 08:11:54 AM
The kill-joy in me can't really find this cute as I'm wondering how long before that dog ends up biting her.
 
2013-01-11 08:55:00 AM

Cythraul: The kill-joy in me can't really find this cute as I'm wondering how long before that dog ends up biting her.


What he said.
 
2013-01-11 10:56:00 AM
I was hoping this would be a Kids in the Hall skit.
 
2013-01-11 11:08:04 AM
anyone have any experience with a Shiba Inu? We're thinking about getting a second dog to give our basset hound some company and Shiba Inu is on the list as a possibility
 
2013-01-11 11:23:14 AM
My ears are bleeding, lady.
 
2013-01-11 12:27:42 PM

ModernPrimitive01: anyone have any experience with a Shiba Inu? We're thinking about getting a second dog to give our basset hound some company and Shiba Inu is on the list as a possibility


I also want a bassist hound to go along with my bugle hound and my snare hound.
 
2013-01-11 12:48:18 PM

ModernPrimitive01: anyone have any experience with a Shiba Inu? We're thinking about getting a second dog to give our basset hound some company and Shiba Inu is on the list as a possibility


Shibas are very headstrong and need a family that's all on board with the training. They need to understand who's in charge. They also tend to be mouthy, not vocal, but using their mouths in play and affection. Some people and dogs aren't so comfortable with that. They can be great family dogs, but they do require a lot of work to get them to that point. Just for curiosity, what other breeds are on the short list?
 
2013-01-11 12:59:04 PM
 
2013-01-11 01:11:54 PM
WTF was that?
 
2013-01-11 05:11:47 PM

Skleenar: I don't get it. Where is Satan?


South pole.
 
2013-01-11 05:49:00 PM
dog ain't gonna bite her, she's on the in-crowd making what probably started as the command to warn the out-crowd but now has become the command to growl and get a cookie.
 
2013-01-11 06:35:25 PM
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2013-01-11 07:06:05 PM
It looked like he only did that when she rubbed his lower back - but I'll agree that the baby talk "where's Satan" thing was turbo-annoying.

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2013-01-11 10:16:20 PM
 
2013-01-11 10:43:54 PM
Cats are smarter...they do that without any coaxing.
 
2013-01-11 10:46:13 PM
He gonna eat her face.
 
2013-01-12 08:09:37 AM

Arachnophobe: ModernPrimitive01: anyone have any experience with a Shiba Inu? We're thinking about getting a second dog to give our basset hound some company and Shiba Inu is on the list as a possibility

Shibas are very headstrong and need a family that's all on board with the training. They need to understand who's in charge. They also tend to be mouthy, not vocal, but using their mouths in play and affection. Some people and dogs aren't so comfortable with that. They can be great family dogs, but they do require a lot of work to get them to that point. Just for curiosity, what other breeds are on the short list?


Probably too late but we were also thinking old English sheepdogs or Burmese mountain dog. I want an intelligent friendly big dog that isn't a sight hound. I love my basset but he isn't very intelligent. He was designed to sniff things out and he can follow a scent trail like no other. He wont come when you say his name though
 
2013-01-12 10:34:31 AM

ModernPrimitive01: Arachnophobe: ModernPrimitive01: anyone have any experience with a Shiba Inu? We're thinking about getting a second dog to give our basset hound some company and Shiba Inu is on the list as a possibility

Shibas are very headstrong and need a family that's all on board with the training. They need to understand who's in charge. They also tend to be mouthy, not vocal, but using their mouths in play and affection. Some people and dogs aren't so comfortable with that. They can be great family dogs, but they do require a lot of work to get them to that point. Just for curiosity, what other breeds are on the short list?

Probably too late but we were also thinking old English sheepdogs or Burmese mountain dog. I want an intelligent friendly big dog that isn't a sight hound. I love my basset but he isn't very intelligent. He was designed to sniff things out and he can follow a scent trail like no other. He wont come when you say his name though


Intelligent, friendly, big = Bernese Mountain Dog. I love those dogs. Both them and the OES are shedders, though. Be prepared to brush them a lot. Bernese shed year 'round, and I think the OES has coat-blowout season. If the shedding is an issue, have a look at Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs. Pretty much the same traits/size as the Bernese, but with a short coat.

If those are your important traits (intelligent, friendly, sizable), Bernese Mountain Dog is where it's at for you. They need to be socialized a lot when they're young, and require training, but honestly that's true for ALL dogs. If you've got a big fenced in yard, you could also look at Alaskan Malamutes (needs lots of exercise though) or even Samoyeds (get bored very easily, needs lots of stimulation and exercise).

Based on what you've told me, and with a pretty passive Basset in the house, I'd look more into the Bernese/GSMD over the Shiba. Whatever breed you end up with, just remember that training is something that EVERYONE in the family has a part in, housetraining is a process and there will be accidents sometimes, and never leave the dogs unsupervised until you're absolutely sure they're pals. :)

Good luck!
 
2013-01-12 11:11:57 PM
I think Shiba's are totally cute! But I'm a dog groomer and they all act like THIS when you give them a bath, or try to brush them, or God forbid you do their nails. Notice she touches HER OWN dog's back to trigger the aggression. They have rules. You can get along just fine if YOU obey the rules. Like.... not touching them, or getting them wet, or brushing them. Did I mention they snow when they shed? Which is all the time? But they sure are cute.... :/
 
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