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Old 01-31-2014, 08:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Breeds want to have?

For my future I am going to get the following
German shepherd (1st)
Border collie
Anatolian shepherd
Siberian husky
Alaskan malamute
Mutts

And will have a lot of these breeds. Rehabiltate rescue adopt transport and get some specific from breeders.
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Sounds ambitious but why not.

There are breeds that I admire but only see myself with German Shepherds.

We had a Corgi in class & he was a super cool dog. I do seem to be drawn to herding breeds.
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You should also look into a Caucasian shepherd
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BOXER for meeeeeeeeee! (another one just lost my baby) Then I want a a Boxer/American Bull Dog Mix.

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Sounds ambitious but why not.

There are breeds that I admire but only see myself with German Shepherds.

We had a Corgi in class & he was a super cool dog. I do seem to be drawn to herding breeds.
Me to one with amazing train ability. My dad's friend has one and wow she is super smart. My Border collie friend lives up in Canada. She can carry shoes, do amazing tricks, loyal, and is super easy to train.
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Leonberger!!!! I tend to gravitate toward the lazier breeds. Hubby is the GSD fan, though they have stolen my heart.

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Old 01-31-2014, 08:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
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A Tamaskan Dog.

And another GSD of course.
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Old 01-31-2014, 08:56 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Irish Wolfhound, Border Terrier, Brussels Griffon. If I ever have property my first buy will be the Wolfhounds. Then when I am too old to handle a GSD I will get the little dogs.


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I would love a border collie and Newfoundland. I could never actually own a Newfoundland though, my husband would freak out over its size and I would prefer a dog with a longer lifespan.
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oh and Bernese mountain dogs.
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