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What kind of dog would you recommend to a person like this:
>never owned a dog before
>lives in an apartment
I am looking for these qualities in a dog:
>medium to large size
>short to medium hair length
>low barking tendency
>average activity level
I am a solitary person with a deep fascination for living things. As a child, I would spend summers catching and observing critters. I wasn't allowed to own any animals outside of caterpillars, turtles and small lizards, but the idea of keeping a larger mammal has always lingered. I enjoy taking walks.
I am looking for a sharp, loyal and muted companion (I am not against loud barks when the time calls for it, though) with integrity. I don't have anything against a thick coat (I live in a place with cold winters), but I'm wary of overly long hair. Sex doesn't matter.
This idea is in an early stage, and I do not intend to get a dog if I cannot make time for it.
What do you think, /an/?
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hello /an/, im a rookie shroom cultivator, need advice.
im on my first flush with 2 cakes and ive got MASSIVE shrooms growing. friday night was my first night tripping, i just picked one off and ate it fresh with orange juice. Needless to say i tripped my balls all night.
my friends have never done shrooms so i planned on having them over this weekend and we were all gunna trip. i have several MASSIVE shrooms with veils broken and i dont want to dry them
so heres my question, do i NEED to dry them? or can i just let them sit on the cake for another 6 days? im worried they'll mold or somthing.
pic related, its one of my cakes bruising before it started fruiting.
also, general shrooms/tripping stories thread.
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Hello /an/. Ive only visited this board a couple times before, so forgive me for being new. I come today to listen to your advice about dogs. Im very interested in getting one in the near future. Seeing as this is a companion that ill have for 10+ years, I want to make the right decision for me and my future dog.
A little back story on my situation. I live in California. We have inferno summers and glacial winters where I live. I have a pretty decent size property, so keeping a big dog around shouldnt be a problem there. Im 21 and I live a pretty active lifestyle so I want a dog that can keep up and enjoys hiking, running, etc. Ive been around Siberian Huskies a lot and I absolutely love those dogs. Ive also heard of a newer type of Husky called a Tamaskan and I think theyre the most beautiful dogs Ive yet seen. Ive heard warm climates can be a problem for these types of dogs, is that true? Is there anything I should know about them before deciding on one? If not, how can I go about deciding on the best place to obtain one?