Shih Tzu Dachshund Mix – A Small Pup With A Big Personality

Shih Tzu Dachshund Mix – A Small Pup With A Big Personality

The small pups are cute and adorable. They make your heart flutter when they see you. However, they are very smart dogs with their own minds and personalities. Some of them are playful while others like to think too much. Most of them love attention and will always try to please you even if it means getting themselves into trouble or hurting someone else!

You need to train these little guys because they have a tendency to get bored easily.

They are very loyal and protective of their family members and will do anything for them. If one of them gets hurt, then all of them will come running to help. These little pups are not afraid of strangers either so don’t worry if you ever meet someone new.

Dogs are known to be good watchdogs but some of them tend to bark at everything. If you want a dog that won’t bother anyone, then choose a small pug instead. These pugs are less likely to cause problems for other people and other animals.

Some of these tiny dogs can become destructive if left alone for long periods of time. They may chew up furniture or destroy beds.

If you want a dog that can stay home alone, then why not get a big dog instead?

Big dogs don’t need as much attention as tiny pups and don’t get in trouble as much. Bigger dogs also don’t require as much exercise so you can walk them for less time than you would a small dog.

One of the better small dogs is the Miniature Pinscher. They are very alert and protective of their family. They only bark when necessary but make sure to train them at a young age not to bark at every little thing. They are fearless and confident animals that can hold their own against any attacker.

If you want a small dog that is quite and relaxed, then get a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. They hardly bark at all and make excellent apartment dogs. They are very affectionate and get along with everyone. One drawback is they don’t like being left alone for long periods of time.

The Yorkshire Terrier gets a bad rap because a lot of celebrities have them just because they are “cool.” These dogs do not make good pets for children because they can yap really loud and be hard to handle. They are better off in an adult only home where someone will take the time to train them properly.

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The Pomeranian can get along with everyone. They are very friendly and playful little dogs. Make sure to brush their hair often to avoid a lot of shedding around the house.

The main reason why people think small dogs are yappy is because of the high pitched noise they make when they bark. If you want a small dog that doesn’t bark, then get a Lhasa Apso. These dogs rarely bark and will only bark if someone is at the door. They are very aloof and independent so make sure you give them attention every once in a while.

If you like big dogs but don’t have the time to walk them all the time, then a Miniature Schnauzer might be more suitable for you. These dogs still need daily walks but not as much as other big breeds do. They also need a certain amount of exercise to keep them from getting bored.

Another good choice if you’re looking for a big dog is the Irish Water Spaniel. These dogs are very playful and will always want to be active. Make sure you have time to play fetch or catch with them because if you don’t they may get destructive.

If you don’t want a loud dog that barks at everything, then the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is for you. These dogs will only bark when someone is at the door. They are very playful and always want to be running around outside. These dogs need a good amount of exercise to stay happy.

The Boston Terrier is the perfect dog for someone who lives in an apartment and isn’t allowed to have a dog. They hardly bark and tend to stay quiet. Just like other small dogs, they get lonely if they are by themselves for too long.

If you have young kids, then you should get a Golden Retriever. These dogs love attention and will cuddle up with the whole family. They are very playful and will keep your kids active.

If you need a dog that can guard your house but still be a good pet, then the Komondor is for you. These massive guardians make sure no one gets near your house. They can be a little intimidating to some people so keep that in mind.

If you want a dog that doesn’t shed and is very clean, then the Norwegian Lundehund is the perfect fit for you. These dogs were bred to live in mountainous areas and trap rabbits all day long. Because of this they have a unique appearance and unique personality.

The Welsh Corgi is a herding dog and was bred to move cattle and other livestock. These dogs are very smart and will get bored if they don’t have something to do. Because of this, they are excellent for herding and will keep your pets (and children) in line.

If you want a small dog that is full of personality but still manageable then the Treeing Walker Coonhound is for you. These dogs were bred to hunt raccoons but now a days they are just companion dogs. They are extremely intelligent and always want to be involved in whatever you’re doing.

If you live in an apartment and need a small dog that doesn’t make a lot of noise then the Lowchen is right for you. These dogs do not bark, they will simply whine or growl if someone is at the door. They get lonely if they don’t receive attention though so make sure you pet them or play with them everyday.

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If you’re looking for a lap dog that loves to cuddle then the Toy Poodle is the one for you. These dogs were bred to hunt and kill rats, so they will hunt anything. Because of this they have an instinctive need to chase anything that moves, so make sure you keep them away from small animals and children.

The Pug is the perfect family dog. They are very friendly and love attention. They will cuddle up with anyone and are very playful. They try to maintain their lazy look but they are very active dogs.

There’s a lot more dogs to choose from, but these are just a few to get you started. There’s also information on the dog shows that you can participate in if you want to try and compete with your dog.

You could also create your own breed of dog when creating your player. This requires a lot of knowledge about genetics though, so for most players this will be too much work.

Once you have chosen your perfect dog, or selected the one that looks the cutest to you, it’s finally time to choose your player name and gender.

You’ve decided to go with a Labrador Retriever, which you have named Beagle. You’ve always wanted a dog and this seems like the perfect time to get one. You decide to go with a female player name and have decided to go by Beagle, since that was the name you gave the dog.

Now that you’ve finally chosen your character’s look and selected your dog, it’s time to choose the other components that will make your player how you want. These include the basic physical features like hair and eye color as well as a variety of personality traits. Because you’re trying to make the best player possible, you’ll have to pick one of the three bonus traits. While these bonus traits won’t be available to choose from in the regular game, you’ve been given three to choose from that will help your player survive longer.

The first bonus trait is Fortitude. This character has a higher pain threshold and can survive injuries that would normally kill others. The second is Quick. This character is faster than the average human and has superior reflexes. The last one is Medic.

This character has knowledge of first aid and can tend to his or her own wounds very quickly.

Well you’re all done creating your player! Now you just have to populate the world with animals and plants, fill it with dangers and obstacles, then you can play with your dog and see if you can survive in this brand new world.



P.S. A big part of this game is not knowing everything that is going on, so don’t try to look up all the things I mentioned in this letter, it’s all part of the fun!

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Canine analogs of human personality factors by TW Draper – The Journal of general psychology, 1995 – Taylor & Francis

Putting (Big) black dog syndrome to the test: Evidence from a large metropolitan shelter by J Sinski, RM Carini, JD Weber – Anthrozoös, 2016 – Taylor & Francis

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