If you were to have a pet dog, what breed would it be?
American Pit Bull Terrier, because they are loyal, smart and quick learners. But my other favorite is mutt. I love mutts cause they are usually a little goofy looking depending on what all breeds they are and they tend to have fewer health problems compared to pure bred dogs.
If it were a small dog it would be a Scottie because they aren't as high-pitched and yippy as most of the little breeds. If it were a larger kind an Irish Setter because they're incredibly intelligent and have lots of energy.
My ideal dog would be an English Springer Spaniel/Labrador mix! I grew up with Springers and love them. Labradors are a natural companion. The combination should help the dog prevent certain health problems.
Really though, I like all dogs!
If you are looking for an intelligent and easy to train dog I would recommend that you choose a GSD.
It would have to be a Labrador, preferably a chocolate colored one. They are so cute and make excellent pets.
I would choose a labrador, because labradors are gentle, loving dogs - I know, because as a teenager, I had a black lab and she was very gentle. I used to love taking her out for walks at the park.
Since that time as a teen, I have not had a dog, because over the years I have developed such allergies, that it wouldn't be at all practical for me. But if I could have a dog again, definitely a lab.
The golden retreiver is an excellent choice for families that enjoy lots of outdoor activities. Though originally developed to help hunt birds, the golden rapidly proved himself as a loyal and devoted family member.
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