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    Quote Originally Posted by Waggers70 View Post
    Italian greyhound all the way!Attachment 29995

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    Oh, I LOVE them!!

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    German shepherds! We're 3 weeks away from getting our new puppy!!!

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    I love SO many breeds.

    Love how typically doggy labs, retrievers and kelpies are. I love how gentle rottweilers are, how bouncy boxers are, and the way schnauzers have awesome beards when they're clipped . I love how cuddly st bernards, newfoundlands and bernese bountain dogs are.

    Our dog is malamute/husky/rottweiler, and she's definitely my favourite
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    My boys couldn't help myself

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    My boys couldn't help myself

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    Ohh now that is cute

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    I am a huge one-eyed fan of German Shorthaired Pointers. Was always afraid of bigger dogs (sis got bitten by one in front of me as a kid, left me spooked) but I am the biggest big dog convert around. I love all dogs now, and we always had terriers as kids and I hold a soft spot for them, but I can't help it, our fur-baby has me all smitten (I hope the photos work?!):

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    Cocker Spaniel and Jack Russell... Though I wouldn't have said that if I isn't have them! ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1364571469.221446.jpg


    Getting ready to try in September/October 2013

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    Cockalier and two greyhounds.

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    When we move to a house with a bigger yard, I plan to get a soft coated wheaten terrier.
    http://m.dogbreedinfo.com/?url=http%...rrier.htm#2820
    Growing up, my family had mini poodles.

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    I love all dogs but if I had to pick one it would be German shepherds for sure. I have had a few, my current boy is a shepherd cross kelpie and is scarily smart but has been the most loyal and affectionate dog ever. He is 11 now and I'm dreading the inevitable - he's always been very healthy though (cross breeds are tough!) so we've made a deal that he has to live until 15

    I adore Great Danes but I've always refused to get one because they have such short life spans . Oh and I LOVE bull Arabs to the poster who has one of those! (Lifeinshadesofgrey?).

    I'm also trying to come to terms with the act that our next dog will most likely have to be a smaller breed that the kids can play with without the fear of getting knocked over (GSD puppies are too big and too boisterous and take too long to grow up!). Lots of people on here seem to have and love King Charles spaniels, maybe one of those is the way to go!


 

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