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    Yes, that's why Alsatians and Dobbermans go mad at black people...or is that just because they correlate them with criminals?

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    Yep!

    It varies. My Border Collie is very sensitive, just looking at her in a certain way can make her really excited/happy or nervous/sad. It's like she can see into my soul.
    She picks up on anger easily. In this way, she can "sense evil". She's also a moody bitch.

    My CKCS is pretty oblivious to everything, though.

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    I have two toy poodles. If someone gets really mad or upset, they usually act scared and concerned. I know it seems crazy to say dogs can feel emotions such as "concern" but I think it's possible. Also, if I am really impatient or stressed they seem to sense this in my mood and they bark a lot ie. if I close a door or make sudden movements.
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    I've thought this might be true as well. I've seen dogs and cats react well to some people and not others.
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