xHangfirex30 karma2021-12-17 18:27:18 UTC
We like to think that we domesticated dogs, but how much have dogs changed us?
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xHangfirex6 karma2021-12-17 18:19:31 UTC
I had a wolf before. She was friendly to me for about 10 seconds when I got home from work each day, typical jump up and lick greeting with a couple tail wags, then she had nothing to do with me for the rest of the day. Their behavior is very different from dogs. They smell different too. It was obvious that what ever it is that makes dogs special to us was missing. We had a couple of mini dachshunds and the male she would cower to and roll over belly up. He seemed to make her do that for fun. She was 5 times his size and she treated him like the boss.
xHangfirex3 karma2021-09-15 01:13:36 UTC
Why is Reddit a Leftist echo chamber? Did you envision the Internet becoming so anti-free speech?
xHangfirex1 karma2019-09-20 09:22:24 UTC
Is having a pair of steel ones so huge you could trip over them considered a handicap?
xHangfirex1 karma2020-03-04 17:35:53 UTC
Shouldn't they be a little busy at the moment?
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