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Old 11-15-2012, 12:16 AM   #71 (permalink)
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Other than shepherds?
Husky and 6 cats

Are they male or female?
Husky is a male, GSD is a female, 5 male cats and one female

AGe?
Husky is 4ish Zeeva is nearly 3

Who is the king or queen of your house?
Smokey takes away Zeeva's bones and toys. But Zeeva bothers him a lot when she wants to play...
second in command? lol

All the cats have an equal status (not with the dogs; they're separated). None of them truely fight or steal food. Each has their own bowl and eats from it...etc.

Was curious how multi breed houses work out
It's tough on me but I love them all too much and sometime sacrifice my own health to take care of them all...
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Old 11-15-2012, 03:18 AM   #72 (permalink)
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Other than shepherds?

1. Sirius, GSD. 6 years old.
2. Hamilton, GSD. 8-9 years old.
3. Rocket, GSD mix. 16 months old, today. (Just guessing.)
4. Pippin, Piranha x Rodent, also known as, a Chihuahua. 8-9 years old? Idk.

Are they male or female?

All males. (:

AGe?

They're all rescues, so I'm not exactly sure how old they are, but I gave my best guesses on each, and everyone of them.

Who is the king or queen of your house?

Definitely, Pippin. (the Chihuahua.) *Eyeroll.*

second in command? lol

I actually separate Rocket, specifically, from Sirius when I let the dogs out, (in the backyard) and they're in their crates during the day... Sometimes I can't tell whether they're playing or fighting and I don't want to take that risk. Also, a few other issues, but other than that, they can go on walks and stuff like that, without any problems.

Was curious how multi breed houses work out

I think that once we get passed the issues and such, they'll get along fine. I'd still rather have two, at most, out back. The chihuahua, however's a completely different story. Lol, he's really just a one person, only dog, kind of dog. My mom's dog, if you know what I mean.
Well, that petty much sums it up.
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Old 11-15-2012, 11:37 AM   #73 (permalink)
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Other than shepherds? A beagle

Are they male or female? Male GSD / Female Beagle

AGe? GSD is 9 / Beagle is 11

Who is the king or queen of your house? Me

second in command? Leslie

Was curious how multi breed houses work out: I teach dogs that outside is for playing and being wild; inside is for calm. We also do petsitting and have 1-2 other dogs in the house often and we have never had an issue. Oh, we also have two cats and a parrot.
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Old 11-16-2012, 07:00 AM   #74 (permalink)
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Are they male or female?
Female

Age?
Birthday is 6.18.2010 so I guess that makes her 17 months almost.

Who is the king or queen of your house?
She definitely rules over the GSD.

second in command? lol
The GSD.

Abby is a rescue. Best guess is Australian Cattle Dog or Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog (this is what I lean towards) or a mix of one of those with another breed.
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:44 AM   #75 (permalink)
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Tanna - Rott/Chow mix, female, 7yrs, and the believes she's the queen

Wyatt - Border Collie, 8 yrs, male, liad back till going outside, then some serious herding attitude (nobody gets to play fetch!)

Cree - GSD - 2 yrs (Dec 1st) female, total big baby!

We tried to bring in a 3 yr old dog someone had to give away, Tanna HATED it, so I knew the only way to get my next GSD was to bring in a pup Tanna could help raise. She turned into a great mom!
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tiff that is a really cool looking dog is a pure cattle dog?


It has a long tail?

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tiff that is a really cool looking dog is a pure cattle dog?


It has a long tail?
Thanks She's a rescue, so we don't know if she's mixed or not.

Australian Cattle Dogs are born with tails. Some breeders dock them, but that is against breed standard. Here's a pic from the AKC's site showing the tails:


Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs are usually born without tails but sometimes you will get a pup with a tail. Here's a photo collection of Stumpies from their club in NSW:
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Like My signature states
Lexi-almost 4 yr old GSD/Bull Mastiff spayed female
Zeus-almost 3yr old GSD intact male
Kimber-2 yr old GSD intact female..set to be spayed as soon as shes deemed ready by vet from her last/only litter.
Diesel- 12week GSD intact male.
Calvin- approx 2-3yr old neutered male polydactyl cat!

All get along great except the older 2 dogs are tolerating the puppy right now they don't like him climbing on them so much.
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Male GSD
Female Labrador Retriever
.... And we have an African Grey Parrot.
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