dachshund ,der weener dog! That's one Good pupox!
I think pummerian breed is better...
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I can not choose one breed of dog, but to narrow it down,
I like the Great Dane, English Setter, Dalmatian, Neopolitian Mastiff, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, and Basset Hounds. Thanks for asking!
Yea I have a lab pit mix, I picked him up stray (or did he pick me) I think some one abandon him. hes a good pup too.
............hes also a dog food eating machine! ...........lol
GREAT DANE! I've bred, owned, trained, and handled many dog breeds, but my all time fave is the Dane. I've written several hubs about these wonderful dogs, including my own two!
one that isn't in my house!
as for fave breed, hhmmm, I would have to say Rottweiler (I used to have one), Brussels Griffon (my daughter has 2), Scottish Terrier (wanted one ever since I saw Lady & the Tramp).
Cocker Spaniels we have 3 ,cute cuddly and wonderful with children! I love German Sheperds to we had 2 of them growing up.
The Funniest and most Self Indulgent Dog that I have ever seen in this world is: The Two Minute Terrier.
a doberman, my best memory of a dog is being 3 years old and taking naps with a doberman named roxy. she would protect me while i slept. she acted as if i was her pup. we would play for hours. too bad she got sick(her brainstarted swelling bigger than her skull)her owner refused to have her put to sleep. so one day when my mom took me for a visit roxy bit me. i was still 3 at the time. i had to have 8 stitches in my head. the funny thing is i can't remember the pain of the bite or the stitches. the pain of losing my best friend has stayed with me always. i know if there is a dog heaven she must surely be there. at least she is not suffering any more. her owner didn't want to lose her either but when roxy turned on me she knew there was no getting better and did the right thing.
Best type of dog to get - ever - is a border collie. Only trouble is walking with them they keep trying to herd you!
They walk round your legs half the time!
Golden Retriever, German Shepherd, Bernese Mountain Dog and anything resembling a Husky (I blame my boyfriend for that!). Oh and Australian Shepherds. I'm a sucker for any big dog breed really. The small ones give me headaches though, too yappy.
I am a big Golden Retriever fan - I currently have three - one when my son thought that when he went to college our first one would be lonely without him, number two came around when the first one passed away and the other one was lonely. Now number three came along when my daughter had to buy herself a dog and then moved out and left the dog!!
I love it though - I won't have three dogs again though it is hard to walk them all at the same time.
A poodle of any kind. Very intelligent breed. Loyal and flexible. They love everyone -- at least my toy poodle does.
Another smart breed (almost too smart and manipulative and stubborn) is the miniature schnauzer. They are very funny, comical representatives of the terrier group. I've got a salt and pepper MS!
The Rottweiler is one of the most beautiful canines I have ever seen, although I've never owned one.
Purebred German rottweiler. Loyal, gentle, intelligent, protective and overall they make the best buddies.
We have always had such great luck with just mutts, adopted from the Humane Society. Right now we have a mix Blue Healer and Aussie Shepard. What a smart loving dog.
Hehehe. Very interesting. All of the dogs I like are German in origin. The poodle ("pudel") may be the national dog of France, but it was bred and developed originally in Germany.
I must cast my vote for the pug. They're just absurd. And adorable!
American Eskimo and Mini Daschund. Our Daschhund was the most loveable patient dog ever.
Jack Russel Terrier
German Shepard Dogs are a close second
GERMAN SHEPARDS are very smart animals. I own a purebreed female. She is amazing in every way. I never had any problems with obedience and she is very loving toward people and children. I hope that helps!!!
Adopting a animal is also amazing
I pretty much like all dogs except little tiny yip,yip,yip dogs.
I have my Raven she's an Alaskan Malmute! She's talking in this pic!
Aw, she is beautiful!
I am more of a cat person, but I also love dogs. We had a beautiful golden lab, Sunshine, who was so perfect that I am afraid that I would be disappointed in any other dog. We will eventually find the right one some day, though.
by Whitney 9 years ago
I, personally, have two breeds that tie in my heart- the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Yorkshire Terrier. Odd picks, I know, but eh I love em... Can't wait for another. I currently have 1 of each. When my APBT pup is no longer a pup, I'm split between which to bring home. I'd love to find a...
by RealityTalk 5 years ago
What is your favorite breed or mix of dog & whyI love Boxers. I have owned two boxers now. My first only lived 10.5 years; his name was Rocky & he was a great pet. My current boxer, named Sugar Ray, is also a great pet. Sugar Ray is extremely loyal, faithful and...
by shibashake 9 years ago
I have had German Shepards, mixed breeds, and more recently a Siberian Husky and Shiba Inu. So far, I am most impressed with the Siberian Husky. She has the nice spitz look, is a nice medium size, and absolutely loves people. When we go on walks she always likes meeting people and gives them her...
by Eiddwen 6 years ago
I am in the process of trying to persuade my partner that we really do need a dog in the house.I used to have two Doberman;a Min.Schnauzer but I am swaying towards a Beagle;my dog when I was small was a Beagle called Lassie and I have never forgotten her ;she was my best friend.However we may visit...
by Joe Njenga 6 years ago
Which is the best dog breed for you?I own a GSD and am thinking I need a collie, I admire their intelligence. I would like to know which breed you consider to be the best dog breed for you and why.
by Miss Lil' Atlanta 7 years ago
What's your favorite breed or breeds of dogs?Personally, I like Great Danes, Border Collies, Irish Setters, Doberman Pinschers, and Shetland Sheepdogs.
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