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There comes a time in most everyones life when he or she decides to buy a pet Some people go for the unusual and choose a bird snake or rodent Most people however decide on the more common four-legged creatures like a dog or cat Dogs and cats are very different animals and they have different attitudes needs and habits Understanding these differences can help in the process of choosing between them For unwavering love and loyalty not to mention protection a dog is the choice Dogs will not question authority and they will after some training do exactly what they are told to do There are many species of dogs and they come in large medium and small sizes Smaller sizes like poodles and bichons for people who just need an extra friends and bigger dogs like rottweilers and mastiffs for those who are in need of further protection Dogs require a lot of attention and they will make sure their owners are aware of it They need to be watched constantly and must be taken regularly for walks because as most owners know a dog cannot be trained to do his business in a litter box A dog will however respond instantly to his owners every wish and will lie at or on that owners feet anytime anywhere A dog is very much like a child in that it cannot be left alone in the house for too long It will get bored easily and can without too much effort make your house look as if a tornado were just there On the other hand for ease of care or peace and quiet cats can be a better choice Cats will not question authority they wont even listen to it There are many species of cats but their size will generally be the same for all breeds They will only sleep on the bed if they want to and will sleep at whichever
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