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    My family has kept beagles for years. My DP wants a pug (ugh no way) and I want a pit bull but we don't have a house or a yard so it's a moot point at the moment

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    King charles spaniels also love golden retrievers so cute and such family dogs

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    Rottweilers! I have a 4 year old rotty girl and she is the best! Trained right they are amazingly loyal and caring dogs

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    Pit bulls and dobermans. In love with them.

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    Don't have a dog but I love Cocker Spaniels, they seem to have a lovely temperament! I like dogs that are a bit dopey looking

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    We have a boxer. He is so crazy but so much fun. He doesn't seem to speak dog though....like a dog will be obviously aggressive towards him and he still bounds around into the "play" position.
    To be honest I wouldn't have another one. Boxers are just a step up in effort compared to other breeds. Love him to bits though!

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    I love all dog breeds but adore boxers. They are so loving and gentle, but also funny and silly. We will always have boxers, but I also like little dogs like Maltese or chihuahua (DH hates little dogs though) and wouldn't mind a Boston terrier. We have 2 boxers atm but when we get some acreage we want to get some more shelter dogs

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    My all time favourite is Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Owned them for almost 20 years.

    I don't presently have a Cav but would love another one to show.

    We have a Bull Arab at the moment. She's technically DPs but she has the most wonderful personality.

    I love all dogs however.

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    Miniature short haired Dachshunds (sausage dogs) - I have loved them since Hairy Mclarey (from Donaldson's dairy), and now I have two of them! And yes, one of then is called Schnitzel von crumme lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darla87 View Post
    We have a boxer. He is so crazy but so much fun. He doesn't seem to speak dog though....like a dog will be obviously aggressive towards him and he still bounds around into the "play" position.
    To be honest I wouldn't have another one. Boxers are just a step up in effort compared to other breeds. Love him to bits though!
    Lol we had the opposite problem with our boxer when he was young. He'd go up to other breeds and whack them on the head with his paw - box them! - But other breeds seemed to interpret his behaviour as aggressive/annoying and have a go at him!

    Our boxers get on wonderfully with my mothers pugs because they are of a similar energy/crazy level.


 

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