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Miniature Breeds - Part one

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Uploaded: 17th Jan 2012 at 2:09 PM
Updated: 27th Jun 2012 at 11:52 AM
Hello everyone! I decided to make these 3 miniature dog breeds: German Shepherd, Bernese mountain dog, and a Golden Retriever. They are supposed to resemble the puppies of those specific breeds, and are therefor small.

for my second set please look here: Miniature Breeds - Part two

for my third set please look here: Miniature Breeds - Part three

German Shepherd; Pip

This is Pip, He's a German Shepherd puppy. He might take a while to warm up to your sim, but he's a real sweet heart. He is fine around small children, and does not bite unless provoked. He's a good guard dog and requires a lot of exercise. German Shepherds are working dogs, so Pip will need constant interaction with his handler and If you don’t show the him that you are the leader in the relationship, he will recognize your timidity and will take over for you. This dog is not recommended for everyone, as he has a very dominating personality.

Pip's traits:
  • Independent
  • Destructive
  • Proud

Golden Retriever; Ruby

Ruby is a great family dog, and goes well with children. Unlike usual Golden retrievers, Ruby is extremely afraid of water so bathing her might be quite a challenge. Her coat is furry and will require a lot of attention to prevent knotting. Golden retrievers need to be around people that display leadership to be happy. Ruby would not be a good choice if you are looking for a guard dog, but she would be great at hunting. Nevertheless, She is a great addition to a family.

Ruby's traits:
  • clueless
  • friendly
  • hydrophobic

Bernese Mountain Dog; Disney

Last but certainly not least, we have Disney. She is a natural watchdog and easy to train, Disney can easily become your best friend as she is very loyal. She prefers humans over other dogs, and does not socialize much with them. She needs to be around people, and will not be happy if locked outside on her own, and just like the previous dogs she will need a human to show her who is boss or she will surely take over.

Disney's traits:
  • Aggressive
  • Loyal
  • Noisy