Your Top 10 Velcro Dog Breeds – Dogs That Won’t Leave Your Side

Virtually all dogs are loyal compadres ‘til
the bitter end, but some dogs go beyond loyal and veer into the realm of the sticky. In our first “Velcro Dogs” video, we featured
our picks for the top 10 gluey dogs, but some viewers thought the list was ummm somewhat
incomplete. So, here are the 10 breeds you said were the
most Velcro… featuring some of your comments. You’re Watching Animal Facts! 10. Boston Terrier A very attentive breed, they will learn your
schedule, likes and dislikes and to interpret your moods. Sometimes, when trying to figure out what
you’re thinking or saying they might tilt their head sideways. Need someone to watch your back? Well, Boston terriers make great watchdogs. They might lack the size of a larger Velcro
dog, but If someone is at the door, you will know. Whether it’s going for a walk, playing fetch,
or watching you type a script for your web series the Boston will be happy just to be
in your presence. If you don’t mind a small dog that is always
underfoot, then the Boston is the dog for you. Privacy will be a thing of the past, as you
will eat, sleep and well, “you know”…with your little shadow right beside you. 9. English Springer Spaniel The English Springer Spaniel is known as a
hunting dog, but they have also have an affectionate nature—one that never lets them meet a stranger. Not only will a Springer be your Velcro dog,
he or she will be everyone’s Velcro dog. This is why English Springers make great therapy
dogs. They bring comfort and cheer to people in
places like hospitals and nursing homes, and soothe those who have experienced traumatic
events. If you want a watchdog, the English Springer
will bark if a stranger shows up at your house. But if you want a guard dog, make sure to
get another pup to pick up the slack. Springers are sweet, gentle and crave attention
from everyone, strangers included. They should not be isolated or left home alone
unless absolutely necessary. They also get along well with children and
other pets within the family (small pets included), but birds are best kept away from Springers
since they were bred to hunt them. Which do you prefer—a good guard dog, or
a good watchdog? 8. Shih Tzu The Shih Tzu is a breed that is generally
affectionate with strangers, but would rather be close to their humans. Every Shih Tzus is born with its own, distinct
personality. Some are bold, some are more prudent, while
others are downright bashful. Whatever the personality, a Shih Tzu makes
a great addition to a family, can be an adorable “practice baby” for a couple, or an awesome
BFF for a single person. Most also get along well with other dogs,
although they can sometimes be possessive when it comes to their toys, food and territory. Shih Tzus will follow their humans everywhere. They tend to be extremely adaptable and reinvent
themselves to fit the needs of their owners. If a person enjoys outdoor activities, their
Shih Tzu will enjoy outdoor activities. Someone who loves to veg out on the couch
and watch TV, will end up with a Shih Tzu that enjoys curling up next to them while
they watch TV. Most Shih Tzus have a “sixth sense.” They are so in tune with us humans, they know
what we want before we do. 7. Jack Russell Terrier Remember “Eddie,” the Jack Russell Terrier
from the TV show “Frasier” and how attached he was to his human, Martin? Well, Moose, the canine that played Eddie
for seven years, was a skilled method actor that drew from his natural instincts to portray
the quintessential Velcro dog. Jack Russells are both nerds and jocks. They are often cast in films and commercials
because they are very intelligent, highly trainable and each one has a distinct personality. Since Russells originated as hunting dogs,
they are most happy when on the move. Their high energy threshold, stamina and agility
makes them a great fit for athletic individuals, but this is also why Russells are prone to
separation anxiety. If left home alone, these little tornadoes
can become very tense and destructive, barking, digging and chewing up everything in sight. Although they prefer to be the only dog in
the household, Jack Russells are loving, family-oriented dogs at heart. They usually become one person’s sidekick,
spending nearly all their time in the company of that individual and can be triggered by
any behavior that signals their favorite human’s departure. Just grabbing a jacket or keys can send a
Russell into a meltdown. Yes, Jack Russells are the perfect combination
of affection and attitude. 6. Standard Poodle Poodles are one of the top five most intelligent
breeds in the world and number six on our countdown. Although they come in three varieties (standard,
toy and miniature) for this segment, we are going to refer to the Standard Poodle, although
much of the information applies to all varieties. Don’t judge a book by its cover. This old adage is never truer than when it’s
applied to the poodle. They have a reputation for being aloof and
“frou frou” that stems from their meticulously coiffed coats and history of being desired
by the upper class. But contrary to popular belief, they love
to play and thrive on human companionship. Standards are cheerful, kind and enjoy playing
games that stimulate them physically and mentally, with their ideal playmates being school-age
kids, teenagers and youthful adults. From playing catch, to swimming, to sledding,
to hiking, to running alongside dirt bikes, poodles just want to have fun…and they want
to have it with you! Although they are not territorial and don’t
make great guard dogs, Standard Poodles are highly trainable, and will protect their humans
if they are certain that they are in harm’s way. 5. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel If you want a beautiful dog that is always
happy and in sync with you, then the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is the pooch you’re
looking for. Bred to be companion dogs, they love everyone
and everything and believe that the feeling is mutual. Cavaliers are experts at shadowing. They will follow you around as you get dressed,
do housework, or hop into the car to accompany you as you run errands. They have a sunny temperament and an unyielding
desire to be close to their human companions that is so strong, that a Cav will not move
until his or her owner does. Their small size and “I’m just fine where
I am,” disposition also makes them the perfect lap dogs. And guess what? They’re even better in bed. When you’re ready to call it quits after
a long day, they are too and they won’t wake up until you do. 4. Rottweiler Rottweilers have unfairly been given a bad
rap. They are generally seen as mean and aggressive
but most people don’t know that they also have a reputation for being one of the clingiest
Velcro dog breeds. Bred to be loyal watchdogs, Rotties are extremely
steadfast, devoted, loving and never want to leave your side. Despite their muscular frames, they are very
patient and gentle with children, and with time, become progressively protective of their
little humans. On the surface, Rottweilers are tough, sturdy
and confident, but they also love to give and receive affection. Some of the ways they express their love are
by leaning against their humans, making noises similar to purring and, of course, relentlessly
licking their faces. Rotties make both excellent watchdogs and
guard dogs. They are attentive, cautious, reserved and
fearless, and will not hesitate to protect their territory or loved ones. 3. Weimaraner The Weimaraner is the gentle giant of Velcro
dogs. Standing anywhere from 22 to 28 inches and
weighing between 55 and 88 pounds, they were originally bred to hunt large animals like
deer, boar, and bear. But Weimaraners love people more than hunting. As a matter of fact, not only do they need
to be next to their humans, they need to touch them. They will rest a paw or drape a leg over yours
while you both chill on the couch, and they will not just stand close to you, they will
stand close enough to touch you. Although they are one of the largest dog breeds
in terms of size, they seem to be completely unaware of their stature and are convinced
they are lap dogs. Most Weimaraners, no matter their age, will
attempt to curl up in your undersized lap— and once they have you locked down, good luck
with getting up for a cup of coffee or to go to the bathroom. Weimaraners need constant companionship, so
they are not a good fit for people who are rarely at home. A lonely Weimaraner will likely become an
unstable Weimaraner. Without steady attention they will likely
become hyperactive and destructive. 2. Boxer One would expect a dog called the Boxer to
be aggressive, but this super-sociable, clownish canine is anything but. Boxers are protective, incorrigible lovers—not
fighters. When a Boxer is your BFF, it will seem like
you will never have a minute to yourself again. “I” will become “us” and “me time”
will be a thing of the past. You will eat, sleep, play, shower and breathe
with your faithful friend at your side. And not only do Boxers act like Velcro dogs,
they look like Velcro dogs. With their big, sad eyes, and pouty jowls,
they always look like they need a hug. It’s nature’s way of ensuring that this
sweet, affectionate breed gets just what they need. They love human interaction and if they feel
neglected at home, they will seek attention elsewhere…even if it means attempting an
escape. Like the aforementioned Weimaraner, the Boxer
is completely unaware of its size and will not give a second thought to climbing into
your lap for a snuggle—or a big, wet, sloppy kiss! What quality do you value most in your Velcro
pup? Hungarian Vizsla Alrighty then! OK Dude, I got ya! Topping our list at numero uno as the dog
that you said was most Velcro is the Hungarian Vizsla. You were pretty adamant that I was just plain
wrong for not including the “Velcro Vizsla.” Vizslas are sleek, elegant, ancient canines
bred to hunt wild game and fowl. They are frisky, athletic, fearless, sensitive
and affectionate—very sensitive and affectionate. Vizslas are quick to bond with anyone they
feel comfortable with, and will whimper or whine if they don’t get the attention they
feel they deserve. They are easy to train, but must be trained
and corrected in a firm, yet gentle manner, as harsh commands or reprimanding can damage
their psyche. The Vizsla has no stronger desire than to
be next to his human family. They are great with kids and are fiercely
protective, but like other Velcro dogs, if left alone for an extended time, they will
become bored and destroy furniture, clothes, shoes, doors and whatever else they can get
their paws on. Keep this in mind, and you will have a happy
Vizsla and a happy home. Any other Velcro dogs that I missed this time? I don’t even have to ask you to comment,
because you will… [sigh] you will… If you stuck with this video, you’re sure
to like these. If you’re a subscriber, thank you. If not, what are you waiting for? Thanks for hanging with me and as always,
catch ya next time.

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100 Responses

  1. Animal Facts says:

    Which Velcro dogs did we miss this time?

    For more check out this video

  2. Robert Davies says:

    Just got another Vizsla last Saturday. 2nd one. Definitely a Velcro pup

  3. Lily is cool says:

    What about the cocker spaniel. My cocker spaniel will not leave me alone

  4. Connie Crawford says:

    99 percent of ALL dogs are Velcro dogs – I’ve had dogs of many breeds and they all were Velcro

  5. Cassie B says:

    Loved you finally got the Vizsla on there! Now you just need to learn to pronounce Vizsla correctly!

  6. Marlene David Hall says:

    Don't forget the chipin. Chihuahua and Miniature Pinscher mix

  7. Morning Glory says:

    Helloooooo???? The PUG!?!?!?!

  8. bstudey01 says:

    Its veeshla spelled phonetically. Come on!!

  9. John Smith says:

    Jack Russell's got nothing on Rat Terriers. The Rat Terrier lives to please and will always be your shadow, mine howl and cry like a Husky when I leave, will try to sit in my lap while in the bathroom or at the table eating.

  10. Adam Burdette says:

    is the guy reading this Aka the Gospel Road Coach ?

  11. Rob says:

    My Shih Tzu followed me everywhere and if I left, he lay in the bay window facing up the road for as many hours as I was gone. My Chipit demands affection. Won't take no for an answer.

  12. Isabelle & Anqi channel says:

    What about bichon frise?!?they are Velcro dogs too!!!

  13. Rachel Haller says:

    One of my boxers is for sure a stage 5 clinger. He follows me everywhere. Both of my boxer boys are amazing dogs! Absolutely love their individual personalities!

  14. Madelize Munro says:

    Pomeranians and Dobermans should be on top

  15. Kerry Lynn says:

    My miniature schnauzer is the most Velcro dog I’ve ever been blessed to adopt. He could be asleep beside me and if I get up he’s instantly awake and follows me everywhere. And he’s very territorial. Schnauzers are a one mans dog and want leave your side for anything

  16. Mister Berzins says:

    My Puggle Chiweenie mix is more like a band aid.

  17. Paul G says:

    No Australian Cattle Dogs ?? Ours sticks with us 24 x 7…..

  18. Kelly Eefsting says:

    You totally missed Great Danes. He is the Apollo of Velcro lol

  19. fishstick8888 says:

    My pup is a vizula pit mix and you cant walk passed him with out him being clinged to you leg.. my other pit will just sit their and wait for you to be done petting the puppy

  20. Sonya Bryant says:

    Weims are #1

  21. Peggy Little Dragon says:

    You sure did German Shepherd!

  22. Paul Y says:

    Staffs and German Shepard’s hate being separated from their owners. I can’t believe the staff wasn’t on this list or the first one!!

  23. Paul Y says:

    Golden retrievers are Velcro dogs

  24. Dax C says:

    You will shower with your boxer…..true true

  25. Maria Paz Ibarra says:

    ……………………………….. where the —– are golden retrievers?!

  26. Tara johnston says:

    There were staffies used for the Boston terriers at 0.55

  27. aljackson1987 says:

    Check out the Westies….U-hu

  28. Top Video says:

    go to my channel rate video please

  29. Ball Of Sunshine says:

    Im so glad I found this video . im looking to get my kids a dog this coming February or later thats just when I assume we will be settled in our new home . my son has nonverbal autism and my daughter a hugeee dog lover . I really want something very loving that will always want to snuggle my son

  30. Eboni Sellers says:

    Silky terrier!!

  31. kat k says:

    Border collies and Australian Shepherds. Both extremely intelligent and super clingy. Honestly surprised border Collies weren't in your first video on this. Australian Shepherds are less well known so i understand why they weren't. I've lived with a few border collies and have my own Aussie. Border Collies are less affectionate, but still constantly want you scratching their head or something, but Aussies are the type to constantly lean on your leg and try to crawl into your lap and snuggle ? they're both one person dogs, though border Collies tend to be more welcoming of strangers than Aussies who tend to be very protective and aloof with strangers

  32. Vitor Cruz says:

    At 54 seconds those are not Boston Terriers

  33. Jill Collins says:

    SHOUT OUT from..TEAM ROTTIE!!! (everything you said is correct!)

  34. Donna Cranford says:

    My American Bully takes every step I take.

  35. Sheri A says:

    YES! My velcro pet made it onto this list! Shih Tzus are famously velcro pets. They will follow you everywhere. I don't know how common this is in the breed, but mine has bad separation anxiety so she literally wants to be with me every minute of every day.

  36. Eric Bizzell says:

    Pitbull, One of the best breeds I've ever had. Not just a velcro dog, but smart to a fault, but not distructive with little training & a little love. Most villlified breed ever (sad) yet the most useful & rounded companion, protector and working breed of all dog breeds in existence. The only other breed tyhat compares that i've been privialaged to have is the Rhodesian ridgeback. Much the same temperment , but female's though much smaller were very, very territorial making it hard with strangers or children. Not so with Pitbulls. In fact Pitbulls LOVE children & see them automatic playmates with the bonus of protective over them.

  37. Elizabeth Roy says:

    I owned a shih tzu who was aloof even with my husband and me. I mean he wasn't unfriendly to us but he acted more like a cat. I got a second dog who was more affectionate and the two dogs bonded and everyone was happy.

  38. Katie Rosa says:

    I used to have a boxer/pit bull mix. He fit your description of both breeds PERFECTLY!

  39. Carolyn Barnes says:

    You forgot Italian Greyhounds, they follow you everywhere!

  40. Jaz Barry says:

    "Bully" breeds. I mean, have you met any type of pit bull? They can be terribly clingy. ?

  41. Felix says:

    I had the most independant female PJRT… after she passed we got a rescue brand X male.. oh my is he velcro, with my husband..
    poor man can't go anywhere without the dog.. I got kicked outta my bed.. SO I got a big sheepdog to keep me company for doing the "girl" stuff..

  42. Debbey Olk says:

    You forgot collies! Lassie was what collies are really like.

  43. Mandy Anne Joyce says:

    Where, o' where are the WHIPPETS??????

  44. Jane Aldworth says:

    Thank you for adding the viszla.

  45. Shavauna Ronan says:

    I have a rescued male GSD who is my big velcro dog. He is very protective but a big softie who makes me laugh at home. He would be a lap dog if he could fit, he sure tries, lol. I had heard GSD's were velcro dogs, and I can say that sure is true!

  46. Karen Sellers says:

    My mastiff is at my hip at all times (I'm retired). I don't need a leash or even have to speak to him. If I stop to visit with someone he sits or lays down. Not just good dog, GREAT DOG!

  47. Martin Decamerone says:

    I have Vizslas for 40 years now, and it’s true that they follow u everywhere in your house. U can’t get a glass of water without the Vizsla following u (except u train him if u r annoyed by that), but all of this dogs can be left alone at home. There are just dogs that need more activity, and those who are a bit lazy. So if u have a Vizsla Weimaraner pointer….. u have to plan more time with them or get a bulldog.

  48. are vee says:

    Pitbull. How could any velcro dog list have omitted this breed? Hopefully, the APBT made the other list.

  49. Kiva Wyandotte says:

    my pitbull is the ultimate velcro

  50. Sammi Jo Barlow says:

    My Springer and my Jack Russell are both velcro dogs. I say this as both of them are trying to lay on my lap ? My Jack Russell has a major attitude. We adopted him when he was 6 or 7 and it's been 6 years since we've had him and I love my lazy jack. Don't get a jack if you want a lap dog, we were lucky that ours is lazy!

  51. This Is My UzeHerName says:

    @0:54 was not Boston Terriers… those were American Staffordshire Terrier puppies. Had the breed for 20 yrs. Also velcro dogs.

  52. lola culbertson says:

    I guess you have never owned a Cane Corso? (Italian Mastiff). Talk about a dog who thinks it is a lap dog. My CC goes around the house to find all the humans and cats so she knows where we all are. Then she, picks a human and cuddles up beside and falls asleep. If we leaver her alone, something will get destroyed…paper, shopping bags and Birks. No matter where we are in the house, she needs to be with one of us. I love my Corso!

  53. Haylee Dawn Hune says:

    Omg I cannot believe pit bull wasn’t mentioned!! Both my pits can be fast asleep and the second I tip toe out of the room they’re at my side like “where you goin??? What you doin???”

  54. Dena F says:

    Good list! People forget that all dogs are pack animals, and do not like being being left alone. Why do people buy dogs to guard their property and then leave it in the backyard without any interaction. It's cheaper to have a security system installed.

  55. Cal Gal says:

    Every dog I ever had in my 65 years were Velcro dogs, I currently have 2 Chihuahuas in my lap ?

  56. aJAY_ _9121 says:

    My boxer is my shadow. He is so obsessed with me I think he imprinted on me the moment I held him in my arms for the first time…and the rest is history.

  57. TheQuirkykitty meow says:

    That explains the clinginess of my Jackeepoo they are just a mix of clinginess in one designer breed lol

  58. Malela9 says:

    Keeshonds love their people and follow us everywhere.

  59. Bonnita Claus says:

    My top breed of Velcro dog is what ever dog I have. I have 3 top Velcro dogs that are special….
    1. Pit Bull and Bluetick mix. He was very instinctive, and very protective of me and my property.
    2. Shiz tuz, was my service dog. Everything and more in you description. Would be upset if he didn’t know were I was, but would go for walks alone assuming he know were I was.
    3. Balinese, current service dog. Stressed when is not with me. Even when in care of others. When socializing with people, with keep looking back at me to make sure I am there.

  60. Nathalie Deppierraz-Blanc says:

    You forgot the English cocker spaniel and the Siberian husky!

  61. Sandra Metcalfe says:

    You missed the German Shepherd.

  62. Robbie Kenan says:

    Greyhounds and Italian Greyhounds, Golden Retrievers.

  63. Maria Merrill says:

    Staffies are notorious for being Velcro dog's you missed it not once but twice.. unacceptable ?

  64. danYELL3788 says:

    Wtf is a “viz-law”? I know of a “veesh-law”. No wonder he missed the mark on it the first go

  65. lola S says:

    you sure missed dobermans. mine thinks she is my shadow and follows me everywhere.

  66. Mark Bivens says:

    I miss my Springer taija,so lonely with her gone ?.

  67. Karla Woodman says:

    Pug and French Bulldog!

  68. Sancho Pancho says:

    I've had a rotweiler, labradoodle, spanish waterdog and a chihuahua.
    All followed me around everywhere.
    Alm had the nickname "chicle" gum.
    My rot even had separation anxiety.
    The sweetest dog with kids.
    It also depends on their caracter and how much time you spend with them.
    I work at home.

  69. Quentin Smith says:

    My Vizsla chowed a whole in the wall, Lordy

  70. AddiLovesWinter22 says:

    Wow, I’ve finally found a video with a Weimaraner!!!! I cannot go to the bathroom alone, go in a room alone, relax on the bed or couch alone, etc. Whenever i leave for school, I can hear my Weim whimpering and I can see her trying to get somebody to let her out. When I get home, it takes her 5 minutes to calm down. It is true, they are huge velcro dogs and cannot live without a human by their side.

  71. emily lopez says:

    The real velcro dog is the swiss Shepherd.

  72. Shantay Warren says:


  73. Don Dressel says:

    I have a Jack Russell
    He is a one person dog and that is me
    Best damn dog I’ve ever had

  74. Michelle Goodrich says:

    Who paid you to include a picture of 3 Pitbulls the same color as Boston Terriers as though they are one and the same? This is propaganda at its worst. Good way to get some unsuspecting schmuck hurt or killed. Morons.

  75. lukain says:

    I can attend to Jack Russels idiosyncrasy's MY JRT as soon as I grab my Keys or do anything that looks le I am going out they go off like fire cracker..

  76. gary shumaker says:

    We have always had Dobermans and Boxers. They are both like Velcro, but if I had to decide which breed was more so. The title would have to go to the Dobermans. The Boxers can tolerate you leaving the room briefly. The Dobermans won't let you be more than two steps away at all times.
    And the Dobermans barricade the door with their body if they even suspect you may be leaving without them.

  77. Zandrah Spelwerx says:

    Any dog or cat can become a Velcro animal. It all depends on how much attention you give your animal

  78. Y Wen says:

    lol how can you miss Doberman, they are #1 velcro dogs

  79. Y-ME Farm says:

    I was never a terrier person. My boyfriend surprised me with a Jack Russell. This little dog is so clingy, if I am walking and stop fast she smacks into me. She has to be touching me in some way or gets upset. She is very guardy of me to. So I went and got 2 more lol Now I got a pack of Klingons.

  80. DemonLizard says:

    Shows a Staffordshire terrier at 1:00(insted of Boston), 2:00 shows a Welsh springer(welshie) insted of a English springer or just springer.

  81. Little Miss Boots says:

    Any dog that is loved is Velcro

  82. Jackki Tigger says:

    Italian greyhound is Velcro dog for sure

  83. Kimberlyn Reetz says:

    I have 5 dogs of varying breeds. They are ALL Velcro dogs. I never sit by myself on the couch. They are always pig piled on top of me and will follow my every step when I walk around.

  84. Dutchess and Kay says:

    You forgot my cat.. my cat is definitely a velcro breed =)

  85. Dutchess and Kay says:

    To be fair though, I think just about ANY dog can be a velcro breed really..

  86. RBNightlinger says:

    Those 'Boston Terriers' are Staffordshire Terriers, Springers are prone to rage syndrome, Shih Tzus are notoriously hard to housebreak, Jack Russells are not 'hunting dogs' but ratters, one of your 'King Charles' is a Papillon, Weims are medium-sized (not BIG), English Bulldogs are not Boxers, and Viszla is pronounced Vees-la. Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the subject matter before making a completely inaccurate list like this,

  87. Lego Mego says:

    Hi! Akita owner here… Hachi anyone? They’re literally the velcro-est of the Velcro

  88. Bibelo Bordelon says:

    Narrator: Talking about Boxers

    Video: Bulldog time

  89. Jenn Harrison says:

    My Goober is an American Pitt and he never leaves my side plus he's protective of his hooman mommy.

  90. Holly Smith says:

    I have a miniature poodle and I mostly agree with what was said about standards. My poodle is definitely a Velcro dog and never leaves my side, however, he is VERY territorial and a very good watch dog. He is very friendly though so would make a terrible guard dog

  91. Catherine Spencer-Mills says:

    Australian Shepherd – I even watched your previous video. Seriously? You will never have to go anywhere alone ever again. We did rescue for years and had some dogs surrendered because they were just too clingy.

  92. Temps says:


  93. Kimmy Sunshine says:

    Before even watching this video I seen in the description Rottweiler is listed. that alon makes me want to like this video before I watch it.

  94. S Rich says:

    I rescued an abused Visual almost 2 years ago, My sweet boy is on my lap every time I sit down and has slept next to and on top of my every single night, he often lectures my wife if she takes too much attention away from him,,,, Wonderful breed, but them Dogs in general……..

  95. Tracey McLennan says:

    I owned a Boston….he was the smartest most obedient dog I have ever owned..

  96. Tracey Watson says:

    You still missed the dachshund!!!!! Heres what I found on google as to their "velcro" nature. You have to add them………please!!!!!!!!!
    If you like to cuddle with your dog, you’ll love having a dachshund. They love to cuddle and will snuggle under the covers if you let them. Because they truly enjoy being with you, they will often follow you and they become very loyal pets. They are small which makes them ideal pets for a small house or apartment, although barking is often an issue. Their small stature makes them easy to carry and they love to travel.

  97. Rakel Grace says:

    You clearly don’t know the blue heeler very well

  98. Juliette Whittaker says:

    There is no dog breed more velcro than the border collie. Try leaving a room in your house without them noticing. Bred to herd, it has no intention of letting you out of its sight. Ever.

  99. Judith Heineman says:

    The voice used for your numbers was beyond irritating! Dont use it again!

  100. River Song says:

    My Westie girl is the velcro-iest canine I ever had. Goes where I go at all times.

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