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mcknzAlex
07-01-2019, 02:53 AM
Which among these dog carriers is good for traveling with pets? What are the things that I should consider when getting one? How safe it is to travel with a tiny dog like Yorkie?
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Ahmed.
07-01-2019, 08:16 PM
Keeping dogs as pets is prohibited in Islam. It's a sin.

Dogs saliva is filthy and it spreads germs.
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Studentofdeed
07-02-2019, 10:52 AM
Maybe get a cat? Prophet Muhammad SAW loved cats. Or birds. Birds are actually very friendly and sweet. Cockatiel preferably
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MazharShafiq
07-03-2019, 04:27 PM
Originally Posted by Studentofdeed
Maybe get a cat? Prophet Muhammad SAW loved cats. Or birds. Birds are actually very friendly and sweet. Cockatiel preferably
yes it's may be.
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HisServant
07-13-2019, 03:01 AM
Originally Posted by Ahmed.
Keeping dogs as pets is prohibited in Islam. It's a sin.

Dogs saliva is filthy and it spreads germs.
But, there was a dog guarding the young boys in the cave mentioned in Surah Al Khaf. Does this mean that they are only protectors?

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Originally Posted by Studentofdeed
Maybe get a cat? Prophet Muhammad SAW loved cats. Or birds. Birds are actually very friendly and sweet. Cockatiel preferably
Poor birdie :/

Having wings but not being able to fly about in open spaces. That does not sound nice.

I think Abu Hurairah r.a loved cats too.
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Ahmed.
07-16-2019, 07:54 PM
Originally Posted by HisServant
But, there was a dog guarding the young boys in the cave mentioned in Surah Al Khaf. Does this mean that they are only protectors?

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Poor birdie :/

Having wings but not being able to fly about in open spaces. That does not sound nice.

I think Abu Hurairah r.a loved cats too.
Yes dogs can be kept as guard dogs but they should be treated as such by not being kept inside the house (Maybe keep them in garden) and not being cuddled etc
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Physicist
07-17-2019, 07:46 AM
Even for guardian function, alarm systems are more efficient alternative to dogs.
They don't make false alarms at night at someone outside zone of control or to impress neigbour's alarm system, can't be bribed with piece of meat, don't require food and don't have hygiene issues..
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mehtasheya
08-28-2019, 06:38 AM
At the time travelling dog is the best with you.
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