In love with staffies & amstaffs my baby is English Staffy x amstaff n he's the worlds biggest sook very protective of me & kids & loves the cats ImageUploadedByBub Hub1357697150.674366.jpg. He's so beautiful very affectionate an loyal only flaw is he's a typical Staffy escape artist
I've always had a soft spot for the terriers, such cheeky dogs.
My guys probably need explaining, I have a BRT http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Russian_Terrier and a PON http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_Lowland_Sheepdog
I guess I also have a soft spot for rare European breeds .
I currently have a chocolate labrador and a British bulldog cross.
Grew up with labbys and a German shepherd cross both breeds were lovely dogs but I don't think you can ever go past a lab
Our boy jim is nearly 15 and he's going blind and deaf. We bought a new staffy pup a few weeks ago, her name is jada and jim adores her.
we also have maddy, her dad is a Rottweiler, her mum is a staffy but she also has dingo and blue heeled in her. She is the colour of a Rottweiler but not quite as big as one. We call her our gentle giant. She's so sweet.
We have a jack Russell and DH has a couple of working dogs - a koolie and a black and tan kelpie pup (so cute!!).
I have a real soft spot for whippets, our old 'whippy' had the most beautiful nature!!
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I've always loved goldens & labs - and we ended up going with a retriever. He's the most beautiful, cheeky, personable pup - driving us nuts in puppy phase, but wouldn't change him for the world.
He loves walks but is a terrible puller too. We have started him with a similar halti style collar.
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