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Old 11-24-2012, 09:48 AM
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My husband loves Karma and Laska so much is sweet, he is always cuddling them and kissing them and everything, it is pure paternal love, he even brings them to work, and I love when he talks to them which is quite often


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Old 11-24-2012, 01:20 PM
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My hubby, also said "no more dogs! Especially no chihuahuas!" Well, first of all, don't tell me I can't do or have something!! Big mistake! So, one we have Angel - totally HIS dog! Oh well.

Because of our golden, I didn't want one that was under 7 pounds. Angel weighs in at around 9! He absolutely spoils him to death!! He shares his Manuka honey and cereal with him every morning. Used to share his lunch - but I put an end to that! I don't want another obese chi! Shares his banana after work, let's him sit on his chest all the time, sings to him, just spoils him every chance he gets! And he will occasionally ask Angel if he would like a sister!!
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Awwwww LS these pics melted my heart! I just love the way they love each other...so beautiful! U and ur hubby are so adorable! Mwa!
Made me want to share this pic of Bryan and all 3 chis! Can u spot them all? This was when Leo was a baby!




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Getting a chi was something that my hubby knew I wanted for years. He wanted a cat, so we decided that if we ever had pets, we would get one of each. But he would still make comments like, "If you're going to get a dog, get a real dog," implying I should get a Lab or something like that. When we moved into our new, bigger house, we decided the time was right to each get our desired pets. When we mentioned our plans to people, they would ask what type of dog we were getting, and my husband would say, "She wants some little yappy thing that looks like a rat."

However, now that we have had Ren (and our cat, Sophie) for over 3 months, hubby definitely loves him! He admits that a chi wouldn't have been his first choice of dog, but he appreciates how his size makes him easy to care for and less messy. He pets him all the time, and allows Ren to sit on his lap for ages chewing a bully stick. (Ren likes my hubby's lap better, because he's a lot bigger than I am, and therefore has more lap space). He even talks in baby-talk to Ren! Never thought I would hear that happen - the guy who thought chis were little yappy things and not real dogs. He also lets Ren give him kisses and refers to him frequently as his "favorite little man."

So my husband has definitely become a convert. And considering I'm not really a cat person, I've also come to appreciate our cat's more calm and mellow qualities.
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My husband is the one that chose to get a chihuahua. Of course 90% of the time Star always asks for a belly rub from him, she listens to him, and he also spoils her in ways I don't approve of at all. When I tell him to stop what he is doing because it's bad, he acts like he's deaf or have amnesia everyday....it really irks me!
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Old 11-25-2012, 04:31 PM
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My boyfriend is in love with my large dog Boss more than anything. He claims Ava is "annoying" and that I spoil her way too much but when he thinks I'm not looking I catch him picking her up and snuggling her haha. I think he's just jealous he owned a chi before and had to get rid of her, so I think that has to do with it. He thought his little chi was perfect but so is Ava
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I have 3 dogs now
The first is a 14 year old rescued jack russle who is blind and mostly deaf. When he came to us he weighed less than 9 lbs, but is now almost 12, still not the 15 he should be though. Pappy was severely abused and neglected and while he is in no way violent if you even touch him slightly he screams as he believes he will be beaten or worse.

The second is A rescued 8 yr old American Eskimo that has anxiety issues and while he craves attention, he can't really handle it and will stress out if you even pet him.

So when I announced to my fiancé that I really want a little dog that I can cuddle and hold and do things with he agreed it would be ok , under the express condition however that it not be a Chi as he feels they are over bread and while we adopt all our new additions there would not be a need for shelters if there was not people with purse dog fad syndrome.

So I started my search, finally after months of looking I begged him to reconsider since all I could really find was Chis. I asked him to go with me to meet the lady I had just talked to about a puppy she was sending to the pound if a home could not be found ASAP.

He grumbled but let me drag him to the meeting .. And when she handed The no named puppy over to him that puppy just snuggled and loved on him. He changed his mind and we brought her home with us.

And Zara makes 3

Of course I now have to remind him every few minutes letting her explore and play is a good thing.
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