Have you ever noticed d.o.g backwards is god??? its because they behave as such. they truly are amazing animals.

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I imagine, the term is used abusively as a hang over from times long past, even medieval... or perhaps a resurgent influence from immigrants who come from countries where their experience of dogs is profoundly different to ours.<br />
In South-East Asia for instance, dogs are hated. They live as feral pests around slums, scavenging rubbish, offal and faeces. They are infested with fleas, and often carry rabies. Those that survive to breed are the most quick to flee from any human, and the craftiest and hiding. A animal behaviourist tried to raise some newborn pups with the same love we give our domestic pups, and discovered that they could not be nurtured out of their extreme timidity, and tendency to attack viciously if cornered. <br />
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There are some behaviours of our beloved pets that some people don't like. Some people find dogs sycophantic, fawning, clingy, over-dependent. <br />
That's not me... I love them. My husband doesn't like them for different reasons, but he's never used the term "dog" pegoritively.

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The word Angel was already taken.

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"Friend"

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Eh? I don't get it. A dog *IS* a dog, a sheep *IS* a sheep. What on earth do you want to do? Change it to a 'Teddy Bear Munchkins'? Why on earth do you want to change what it is? Do you think that the word 'dog' is derogatory? ... hahahaha. Excuse the pun, but why are you bringing down the perfectly acceptable name of an adorable animal which has it's own identity and is called a 'DOG'???<br />
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Totally baffled ... LOL<br />
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~F~

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"dog" is a beautiful word. No need to find another...

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MUTTS ?

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Best friend?<br />
Or furry butt licker

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