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Originally Posted By: Brien & Bodie
Personally I don't think the sex has anything to do with how affectionate a dog is. It's how you interact with the dog at an early age that makes them a playful, affectionate dog who gets along well with humans. From the first day we brought Bodie home we would spend everyday playing with him and showering him with affection. Bodie is very affectionate and loves people.
That's a great point. This puppy is going to be showered with affection from myself and my 2 children, hubby also
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Originally Posted By: Karebru
Females are easier to give belly rubs to... Nothing in the way.

ahhaha! I've always thought it must be easier lol
That's funny .


Thank you Sephly, Karebu, Toby and Lucky, Caesar's mom, Brein and Bodie , and heidi.
 

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Originally Posted By: Beagle EyesOne thing the breeder was saying is that in her opinion and she also said other breeders have said the same - Boy beagles are more affectionate than girl beagles.
They say the same thing about labs
We have one girl and three boys. They are all affectionate in their own way. In my experience, the boys are more demanding when it comes to attention. Blaze (f) was our first dog. She loves everybody and is quite content to sit next to you or on you and just snuggle. She also loves having her face rubbed. But she is submissive to the boys and lets them push her out of the way so I make sure she gets my full attention.
 

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Thanks Cocoloco, Smeagle, and beaglechaser.
Well we have been to see the puppies and we have picked a gorgeous little girl.
 
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