I want this dog!

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  1. Ms_Pigeon

    Ms_Pigeon Senior Member

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    If my current dog is an accurate representation of his "breed" (i.e., pit bull-something-or-other cross), that's what I want from now on. I've never known a more sensitive, lovable, athletic dude in all my years of dogs. :)

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    equinitis Senior Member

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    All of them. I want all of the dogs. I'e met individual dogs I didn' like but I'e never disliked a breed. From giant to tiny, I just love dogs!
    My Dalmatian fits my current lifestyle. Athletic, short haired, light colored and has excellent stamina. He is even tempered, doesn't like strangers but just avoids them until he gets comfortable. Very smart, easily trained and very loyal. My Chihuahua is just as good a fit. 4.5 lbs of energy that is outgoing and sensitive to my mood. She demands cuddles or play depending on what she thinks I need.
    I'e had GSDs, Rotts, Dobes, Bouvier, Mals, Danes, Borzoi, Boxer, Pibble, Pointer, Short hair, Weimeraner, Brittny Spaniel, Cocker, Minpin, Standard and Toy Poodles, Australian Shep., Catahoula, Sheltie, Dachshund and several mutts. I will likely never have another long hair but I could reconsider for the right dog. Rotts will always be my favorite but I'll probably never have another. Too much shedding and they get too hot here. Maybe when I retire.
     
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  4. CheyAut

    CheyAut Senior Member

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    I love and adore my sable male Papillon, but I also REALLY want a tri female pap! Plans for that to be my next dog (I'd also be ok for a B/W one, but preference to tri)

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  5. rhen

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    WOW.....He is very HANDSOME~~~~
     
  6. CheyAut

    CheyAut Senior Member

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    So much for tri or b/w... I"m getting another sable ;) Other than color, she's just what I wanted... and, as we all know with horses, color doesn't really matter, a good horse (or dog) is never the wrong color! :)

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  7. Alsosusieq2

    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    What is a toller? That's a new one to me.
     
  8. Alsosusieq2

    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    Nice looking, what breed is it?
     
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    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    I've always had big dogs, collies and shepherds to ultimately Labradors. I always fancied a Chesapeake Bay retriever, but they're probably too energetic at my age. Hubs wants a Border Collie, I'd go with that, but I'm sure they're high energy also.
     
  10. CheyAut

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    Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, they're beautiful! SORTA similar in looks to a golden retriever. I've always admired them. Had a friend with one, I LOVED that guy!

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