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Can Cairns / Dogs reflect depression or feelings of their owner?


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Yes! Dogs are very in tune with you, emotionally. But they can always pick you back up again. When I'm blue, Zekey has a way of coming over and just sitting with me, being there for me. And then he or Gavin will give me a silly look that just makes me laugh.

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Absolutely. Even young Angus knows how I'm feeling. That's one of the great things about your cairn. And any other dog I've owned has been the same.

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Well, because fonzy is my dog and he represents me and he so outgoing and wild ( that is what I am) and my mom has a shitzu dog, but it is very sad looking and looks depressed all the time. so I figured maybe my mom is a little depressed and sad.

As in they both represent my mom and I very well though ;)

Sometimes the shitzu is very happy (when my mom get's happy).

It's so cool how they can relate like this I guess it is true.......... glad you both have that deep relationship with your cairn, I don't ever want to lose mine :(

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