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Favorite Type of Dog Answered

So do any of you have a favorite type of dog? I like almost every dog breed there is that you won't accidently step on.......but I ESPECIALLY like Siberian Husky's.

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Knave125
Knave125

9 years ago

 Boxers are the best.

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Cute, we almost got a boxer once.

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lemonie
lemonie

9 years ago

Hot
(sorry)

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

uhhhhhhh.......hot?

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Koosie
Koosie

Reply 9 years ago

lol, hot dog!  With or with out tomato sauce?

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Oh lol XDXD

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Koosie
Koosie

9 years ago

Husky's are awesome dogs! 

My favourite is the Border Collie.  I've never had one, but my buddies one really grew on me and my next dog will definitely be one.

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Yeah they are :)

That's cool, my dad had a Border Collie growing up named Skipper, from what hear from him their pretty neat dogs.

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

I don't blame you, their gorgeous dogs. I think if I had to pick a (by comparison) small dog as my favorite it would be a Beagle. In fact, we used to own a beagle named Molly.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

 beagles are cool i like them and dachshunds for small dogs i used to have a 21 year old pitbull and now i have two huge white fluffballs

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Yeah they are. 21 year's old!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That's quite something!!!

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

 yes she could of lived longer if she didnt have a couple strokes and if we didnt have to uthanize her

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

That's sad. I would be a Vet, but I would hate having to uthanize dogs.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

 yeah me too i would be a doctor but i am wayyyyyyyyyyyy to squeamish

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Yeah, another reason we should hijack an ambulance :)

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

 sorry it took me so long to respond my laptop died in a mcdonalds but yes yet another reason we should do so

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

That's fine.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 10 years ago

I just noticed that I misspelled it too:  it should be Corgi. 

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acidbass
acidbass

9 years ago

 i have two pyranese/lab mixes and they are huge and white and fluffy 

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

Wow. You'll have to post a pic.

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acidbass
acidbass

Reply 9 years ago

 here i can later

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 9 years ago

cool ,thanks

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Kiteman
Kiteman

10 years ago

Any mongrel.  So many pedigree strains have in-bred health troubles...

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

Yeah, I know German Sheperds have a lot of hip problems.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 10 years ago

As do many of the larger dogs,  my wife owned a few basset hounds before I met her, and they nearly always has hip displasia problems

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

Really?! I didn't know Basset hounds had that kind of problem. The detective in the show Columbo (old detective show) had a Basset hound, but I can't remember what he named it.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 10 years ago

Yes, when they get older, many dogs of that "weight class" seem to have that problem.....
Hmmm, I remember Columbo, but don't remember the dog so much....I haven't seen that show for eons :-) 

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

Yeah. Haha, yeah it's pretty old.........It's fustrating cause' I talk to a lot of people that know the show that I'm talking about but they don't remember what he named his dog, and he hasn't named it on the show yet.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 10 years ago

I remember now.....apparently that was it's name:

From a wiki article:   Children or no children, the couple do own a Basset Houndnamed Dog.

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

Named Dog :) I should have known he would name it something generic like that!!! Thanks a ton!

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NachoMahma
NachoMahma

10 years ago

.  I prefer the four-legged breeds, especially those that are 25-50 pounds.

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

Haha, nice way of putting it :)

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jessyratfink
jessyratfink

10 years ago

 Collies! They're what I grew up with. I also love corgis. 

I'm not much for dogs usually, but after being around two of them so often at my boyfriend's house, I'm growing pretty fond of them. I think I just understand them a little more now. :)

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LoneWolf
LoneWolf

Reply 10 years ago

That's cool, my dad had a Collie named Skipper when he was growing up. Yeah, a lot of people don't care for dogs until they spend time with one.