|Barked: Mon Feb 25, '13 2:12pm PST |
|Charlie(Beagle)... His best trait would probably be his incredibly tolerance of people and animals. Beagles are notorious for being great family pets because of this and it sure fits Charlie to a T. He's one of the most tolerant dogs I know. His worst trait would probably be how stubborn he can be! Whether it's his stubborn aptitude for following his nose, or him not leaving you alone when he wants attention and you don't want to give it - he'll harass you til you either give in, or give up.
Ria(Lab/Border Collie)... Her best trait would be her eagerness to please(likely from both sides, actually)! She's so smart and you MOMENT you ask her to do something, she does it INSTANTLY without question, and will wait for your next cue or direction. You ask for a down, and she drops like there's gunfire. Her worst trait would probably be her lack of impulse control(likely from the Lab side). She lacks impulse control and the patience to boot, which can of course, lead to all kinds of trouble for her to get into. You tell her not to do it, and it'll be so tempting, she has to do it as soon as you turn your back, lol!
Maya(Rottweiler)... Her best trait would have been how obedient she truly was. She would do anything to make her owners happy, and she always did her best to do exactly what you asked, when you asked, without question. Her worst trait would have been her fear aggressive behavior - a result of bad breeding, genetics, and the way she was raised creating a dog that was fearful of strangers and of the mindset that she needed to scare them away so they couldn't hurt her. It took a long time to help her overcome that, and even in the end, she was only 95% there.
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