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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-18-2017, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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DReam dog?

Other then GSD, what's your top three dreams dogs? Why?


1. Australian Shepherd. I have always loved aussies. Love their looks, size, color, everything.
2/3.Belgian Malinois/Bloodhound. I can't decide which I like better. I love them both very much, and hopefully one day, I'll be lucky enough to own one or two of each lol.
3.Thailand Ridgeback. Omg very pretty dogs!!
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If I had to choose...
1. Border Collie (Was raised around them, so intelligent. My grandpa would walk them along the property boundary one time and they wouldn't wander)

2. Maybe Utonagan?

3. Irish Wolfhound (Huge cuddlebud? Yes please!)
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Rottweiler: i heard they're a pain but once you figure out they are intensely loyal and have the strongest type of defensive drive out there in dogs.
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If I had to choose...

3. Irish Wolfhound (Huge cuddlebud? Yes please!)

Oh yes, Irish Wolfies!! Have always wanted one, just doesn't make my top three list lol. Beautiful dogs!
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1. Chocolate coloured Lab, I have wanted one of those forever (GSD'S keep getting the way haha)
2. Wirehaired Vizla
3 Irish Wolfhound. (So don't have the room!!!)
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An Irish Setter. I enjoyed the series of books Big Red by Jim Kjelgaard, and the Disney movie as a child. I don't know how practical owning one would be for me though.
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Rottweiler: i heard they're a pain but once you figure out they are intensely loyal and have the strongest type of defensive drive out there in dogs.
Haha, my prior rottweilers were much easier than my current GSD stinker. Although, at the time I was raising my first rottie pup, my brother in law/roommate acquired a female from a different source at 8 weeks old and she was the most fearful and aggressive thing even though she was raised in our house under the same conditions with our male who was super affable and mellow his whole life. This really drove home for me the role played by nature vs. nurture.

I do dream of another rottie, but I am limiting myself to being a two dog household. Never have I dreamt of a small dog. Great big working class breeds only.

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probably a black lab or another GSD, or a doberman
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post #9 of 10 (permalink) Old 09-19-2017, 03:31 PM
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1. Malinois/Lakenois
2. Beauceron
3. Another ACD or Border Collie
4. Rhodesian Ridgeback

P.S. I used to have Wolfhounds back in the day, great dogs!
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1.Belgian Tervuren Shepherd. Smart and beautiful
2.Malinois. Another incredibly smart dog
3.Doberman. I see a pattern here...another smart dog.
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