04-14-2011, 03:16 AM
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Yes,, It does make a difference where one is located and level of tolerance with the neighbors.
Here,,you must carry hefty insurance to possess these beautiful animals legally.
Have a neighbor who have three,and last week while I was outside washing some gravel in a tub for use in an aquarium I am setting up ,one of the dogs scaled the fence and came trotting at a pretty good clip towards me and grandaughter who was playing in the tub of water while I was washing the gravel.
I slowly stood up while grabbing up the grandaughter, and the dog (female) jumped into the tub and began drinking as though she had not had water for days.
Said neighbor and I, then had a (interesting) discussion about the care and responsibilty that goes along with owning animals and then,, I helped him secure the area that the dog was able to utilize in it's escape from their yard.
No inherently bad dogs ,,just poor care,understanding.
My dogs all remained outdoors year round.