Wednesday, October 24, 2007

ABC Wednesday! N is for Nature of the Beast!




When considering adding a dog to your family, consider the nature of the beast. WE are dogs after all, and many dogs follow the genetic code that has been hardwired into them .

Terriers love to hunt and smell out rats! I know he is hiding in the shed , I can smell the vermainy varmit!















Pointers need to run and hunt! It is just their nature.










Sighthounds live to run, their instinct to chase can be triggered by anything in the distance they feel they need to chase.










Herding breeds are driven to herd, it could be your kids or cats that they end up herding.













Coondogs howl !















Retreivers love the water and use any excuse to get in and get wet.

So when you consider adding a dog to your family, consider the nature of the beast!

8 comments:

Deb said...

Ooh, more dogs, and live ones this time (compared with Nipper on Denise's blog)! Happy ABC Wed!

Deb said...

Jean, I saw the comment u made on my blog and almost fell back laughing. I remember exactly the sign u have described! I was in school then! Singapore is my country, my home, [wink] where I'm sitting right now. You & your brother can come visit again, we have no such signs any more. :)

RUTH said...

An important lesson in this post for all dog owners. I enjoyed reading your comment on Debs post about the no long hair sign. Happy ABC hunting :o)

jan said...

Good post. So many people get a dog and then get angry when he does what he was bred to do.

Kate Isis said...

How do you get your odgs to behave, mine usually pull out the tongue and turn sideways whenever I point a camera at them :)))
Great abc shots.

AVCR8TEUR said...

Great minds do think alike since we both came up with Nature this week. You sure know your way around dogs.

photowannabe said...

Well one. I like how you explained each bree and a great picture to show its Nature.

photowannabe said...

Oh brother, the d key keeps sticking on my keyboard. I was trying to say well done and the other word is breed..sorry I should have proofed it before hitting the button.