Cute, agressive Chihuahua

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    claudine Well-Known Member

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    This is an adorable video:



    My Homer acts like this too, he always bites me when I touch his bed:p
     
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    Not sure if I could feel comfortable with a snappy dog. :eek:
     
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    Oh yes the acting big and bad Chihuahua. Always barking and acting like their bigger then they actually are. There was time when I didn't particularly like this breed, I thought they were little punks. Then along came the first Buddy, and he changed my mind. Yes, he could be a little punk at times himself, LOL, part of the breed but he was also a loving dog as well. He certainly changed my viewpoint on the Chihuahua before he came along I never wanted to own a dog that was a part of this breed, now I am open to the idea.
     
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    Here is another aggressive Chihuahua:

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    I'm starting to like Chihuahua, they remind me of Homer so much:p
     
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    That's one mean looking dog. :eek:
    Oh No. Homer's a grouch?
     
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    Yes he is:p . But only in the evenings. He hates when I pet him after sunset. When it's dark outside, he goes top sleep and he doesn't want to be bothered.
    He looks like this Chihuahua also when I touch his food even when he doesn't want to eat it:p
     
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    You must have the patience of a saint. Homer sounds like a naughty toddler with teeth.:eek:
     
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    Lol, he does. But he is also very, very adorable and loving - at least sometimes:p
    My heart melts when I see how happy he is every time I come back home:)
     
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    That's the very nature of a dog you care for. To melt your heart.
    You quickly forget all those naughty things they do. :rolleyes:
     
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    Oh yes, very quickly. Sometimes I'm so angry at him and then I notice his wagging tail and I instantly forget about everything:)
    Here is another angry Chihuahua, isn't he cute?:p

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    This one definitely is cute:D :

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    Now that top photo is a definite a fang pic. I never really took much notice of their teeth so had to google and boy they are certainly different.
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    I really don't like chihuahuas and I hate that they tend to be so aggressive. I don't care that they're small....that's still not the kind of aggression I want to be around. :S
     
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    Then you wouldn't like Homer:( . He isn't a Chihuahua but he is small and very aggressive...but I find it cute. I know I shouldn't but I just can't help myself, he is adorable when he's angry:p
     
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    Aww.

    Well I'm sure I would tolerate him for a bit if I visited. :p But no, I wouldn't want to intentionally own a dog like that. Booo. :(
     
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    Dogs like that usually are very moody and fickle. They can try to bite you or bark at you and after this, within seconds they look at you with puppy eyes and they look so innocent:p
    I'm sure Homer would be nice to you if only you agreed to throw him cones:D
     
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    I promise Homer. :)
     
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    Awww:) But be careful: if you throw him a cone once, he'll never let you rest. Once a friend of mine had thrown him some cones...he wanted more and more and she ended up throwing cones instead of drinking tea with me:p
     
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    Awww! That reminds me of that movie. Hmm. Now I can't even remember which one it was. They hire a nanny or maid and tell her to never throw the toy to the dog. They freak out any time someone considers it. And then one day, the nanny/maid forgets, throws the toy anyway, and then it shows this montage of hours and hours of her having to continuously throw it while doing other things because the dog won't leave her alone.
     
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    Jessi, yes, it's exactly the same with Homer! He 'steals' most of our guests and he makes them throw cones endlessly:p
     
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