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    Gosh, it's so hard to say. I have 2 boys right now, one neutered, and one intact. Both are as sweet and gentle as can be, with each other and everyone else. I've also had a female dog, and she was very loyal to me, altho a bit leery of strangers, but I think that was just her personality.
    ~Renee, Bailey & Maddie, and RIP my beloved Bentley.

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    I have always had girls ....and wanted a girl Cav ..... but my litter was 2 boys ! I dont regret having a boy for 1 second !! He loves me sooooooooooo much ......he really is "in love with me" He doesnt show his lipstick much at all and he never humps anything ( he is not neutered yet and is 8 months old ) .........the only "problem" I am having is with him peeing on his front leg That is very aggravating .....but I think they outgrow that and not all boys do that anyway ! I am very much in love with my boy

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    Roxanne, I'm not sure if they grow out of peeing down their legs - Merlin still does it at 19 months!
    Kirsty
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    Thanks again for taking the time to write back. You lot are so kind.

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    I have always given the advice to my friends that they should get male cats and female dogs, but now I have 1 female cat, 1 female dog, and 1 male Cav! Corgan (the Cav) is amazingly sweet, loving, fun, funny, ornery, sweet, sweet (did I say sweet?), and very very cute. I wouldn't have him any other way!
    Jenni, Scott, Corgan (blenheim), Celti (Corgi-mix), and Luna (kitty)

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    well i have had 3 dogs in my time. 1 female (not cav).. and 2 male cavs.... i originally set on getting female cavs but i finally decided that the gender wouldnt make a difference and when i went to the breeders i decided i would choose two pups from their personality etc and then only after chosen would i see what gender i had picked. well after a long time spent with the litter ( which turned out to be 4 males and 3 females) i chose the two pups i liked best and they turned out to be 2 males! i do not regret my decision for a single moment, these guys are the best things to come into my life.

    my friend also has two female cavaliers who are great but dont seem as affectionate as my guys...i mean dont get me wrong they are VerY affectionate but compared to my males wel..i guess the whole "in love" thing is very true!.. but in the end i would say just to choose the pup that you like and suits you best regardless of their gender...anyway good luck!
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    Now that we have had 4 boys in our clan for a while and can compare them to the girls, I really do believe there is something to the "in love" thing, like Nisha said. Early on when we had just one boy at a time, I would think it was maybe coincidence, but now I really do believe it. Don't get me wrong, the girls are VERY loving, but there is a subtle difference between the boys and girls, at least at our house.
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    Roxanne, who told you they grow out of peeing on their legs? Maxx is 7 and we still get the odd peed on leg - his fave thing to do at the minute though is when we're out on a walk, he waits until Charlie walks right by him and then lifts his leg The amount of times I've had to wash poor Charlie's head

    Charlie doesn't pee on his legs but all up his belly He must get dumped in the bath about 3 times a week to have his belly washed

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    Grow out of pee'ing on themselves - I wish. Woody yesterday couldn't be bothered to hold his leg up the whole time so pee'd on his front leg and then decided to come and give me a cuddle and yep you got it straight onto my shoulders (I have a high ledge and was on the steps next to it) my t-shirt had a nice smell to it..... I had to go and have my nails done so smelt of fairy washing up liquid where I wiped it down...

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    Errm...O...K...I thought you were all trying to sell me the idea boys were better!!!!

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