Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Sonoma County, Calif.
I agree with JohnD, I've owned one of each type. They
did both require time and training, but I'm a homemaker
w/o kids, so I had it to give.
I will say I personally like the working lines a bit better,
mine got to the upper reaches in age (14 years 3 months)
and I think the extra 'fire' and drive really helped her in
the later years. But like others here have said, it
depends. Some of them I think of either type, with good
environments, while not exactly a greyhound couch
potato, are very adaptable to whatever is going on.
I had a horse fall over on me and smash my left leg and was
out of commission for about 6 weeks or so, and my show lines
dog didn't bounce off the walls any.
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