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PooGirl13
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From:NY
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posted 08-11-2003 07:19 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PooGirl13     Edit/Delete Message
I have been doing a lot of research on dogs and I have come across many sites that claim males are a bit more affectionate etc. than females...

I was just wondering what your thoughts are. I know every dog is different, but, is there a difference that you have noticed between male/female?

Thanks for your opinions

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*Beautiful*Girl
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From:evesham, New Jersey, USA
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posted 08-11-2003 07:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for *Beautiful*Girl     Edit/Delete Message
not really, I have a boy and a girl and both of them would attach themselves to my hip if they could. Teddy is the typical male, curious and active, always wanting to play. Miette is more laid back she's more cautios not as reckless as Teddy. But both of them demand the same amount of love and attention.

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nern

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From:NY, USA
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posted 08-11-2003 08:28 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
I have a male and a female and both of them are extremely affectionate. I don't think sex really matters.

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nessa1880
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From:Tucson, AZ
Registered: Jul 2003

posted 08-11-2003 10:22 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nessa1880     Edit/Delete Message
I only have a female but she loves me as much as her little heart will let her. She has been more affecionate since she has been spayed. You will love which ever you get.

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PooGirl13
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posted 08-12-2003 05:55 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for PooGirl13     Edit/Delete Message
Thank you everyone for replying!

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Sunkist
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From:Iowa, USA
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posted 08-12-2003 07:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Sunkist     Edit/Delete Message
I have a Male Shi-poo a female lhasa apso mix and a female beagle and my male shipoo is MUCH more affectionet than both of my females...that could just be a coincidence i guess since everyone else is saying it dont make a difference. Also if you have any questions about shipoos i'll be happy to answer!

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ilovemypets
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From:Tennessee, USA
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posted 08-12-2003 07:08 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for ilovemypets     Edit/Delete Message
I have a male maltese and he is SOOO SWEET and SOO LOVING! But personally I don't think it has to do with the sex. And in some cases different breeds are more affectionate than others.

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puttin510
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From:,Calif. U.S.A.
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posted 08-12-2003 01:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for puttin510     Edit/Delete Message
My sisters male poodle does not like to sit on her lap but will sit next to her. My female poodle absolutely has to be the center of my world. She is always sitting on me. She is not big on kisses though. I get an occasion lick on the arm which is her way of showing affection. She will lick me on the face maybe once or twice after not seeing me for awhile. She is also an Alpha type of dog. Sometimes I think they feel they should be treated just like a queen. My male terrier not an alpha, will kiss and fuss over anyone, but he hates to sit on your lap for longer than he wishes which is about two mintues. Theres my input.

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