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Dog fur options (was: Skins)

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    Emma Nieto commented
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    I would love to have this as a feature, it just seems unfair that cats have had multiple skins for what seems to be a long time, as well as horses. Having this feature would make dogs more unique and not as outcasted from the other pets. Please make this a feature.😊🐾🦴

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    I tried to make a brown dog to help u visualize! Sorry if it's bad.

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    Bree Hurley commented
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    could there be Labradors if minecraft decides this ( yellow fur floppy ears) i absolutely love them  

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    I hope they have breeds that have behaviors akin to their real life counter parts. Like a german shepard that sticks close to you and has maybe higher damage then the other breeds.

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    Dankmrbeast23 commented
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    or they could have different breeds

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    A wolf's fur pattern should be dependent on the biome it is found in; just like in real life. An ocelot, when tamed, becomes a cat. But a wolf, when tamed, is a tamed wolf? This doesn't make much sense. I seen in the comments that someone wants a Corgi in the game. That my friend would be an add-on as it doesn't fit with the flow of the game. Taming a wolf should not create a Corgi...because that doesn't make sense. You just gave a wolf a bone and now it turned into a small Corgi (that is the result of tons of breeding). A tamed wolf should just be referred to as a dog. It should also generate different fur patterns once tamed different from the wolf, just like an ocelot and cat do. This makes the most sense.