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Puppy Place > New rescue, guesses on breed?!

Duke the Derp
Barked: Fri Dec 16, '11 12:05pm PST 
I see predominantly beagle. Looks pretty houndish overall maybe there is some black and tan coonhound in there. Would fit the coloring, hound looks and larger than average beagle size.
» There has since been 1 post. Last posting by Reese, Dec 16 2:47 pm

Choosing the Right Dog > dream show dog / working dog

Bird Whisperer
Barked: Mon Sep 12, '11 5:06pm PST 
It varies on any given day but...
Show: Rough Collie. I loved mine, such beautiful dogs and not that hard to keep looking beautiful

Working: Australian cattle dog. Hardy, tough, athletic, medium sized, loyal and smart. In a perfect world I will be back living in the country on a little farm on day and they are my number one Ranch Dog pick.
» There has since been 4 posts. Last posting by , Sep 22 12:48 am

Choosing the Right Dog > Dog Breed for All Sizes


Bird Whisperer
Barked: Sun Aug 28, '11 9:52am PST 
Tiny: LC Chihuahua, Papillion

Small: Westie, Sheltie

Medium: Aussie, ACD, Cocker

Large: Collie, Standard Poodle, GSD

X-Large: Borzoi, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Giant: Newfie, Great Pyr
» There has since been 3 posts. Last posting by Sophie, Aug 29 12:37 am

Choosing the Right Dog > Small Breed Jogging Partners

Radar- O'Reilly

15 pounds of - pure spunk
Barked: Sun Aug 28, '11 9:21am PST 
I know quiet a few larger paps who go jogging with their owners plus a few poms that are good hiking partners. Plus several min pins that are go go go! Terriers are also what I would go for though if active was what I was going for. My Westie can out run and has better endurance than our pointer! Borders, Australian, Jacks and Fox terriers are also notoriously active.
» There has since been 16 posts. Last posting by , Sep 2 7:46 pm

Small Dogs > I just have to say how freaking awesome small dogs are!!!

Radar- O'Reilly

15 pounds of - pure spunk
Barked: Sun Aug 28, '11 9:07am PST 
I am also new to small dog ownership (always owned dogs, but nothing under 45lbs) and loving all the perks. I still love my big guys but I don't think I will be without a little pup now.happy dance
» There has since been 0 posts. Last posting by Radar O'Reilly, Aug 28 9:07 am

Small Dogs > Tibetan Spaniel
Radar- O'Reilly

15 pounds of - pure spunk
Barked: Sun Aug 28, '11 9:01am PST 
Also not a tibbie owner but I admire the breed and yours is a cutie!snoopy
» There has since been 1 post. Last posting by Dino, Aug 30 3:35 pm

Choosing the Right Dog > Intimidating looking breeds


Bird Whisperer
Barked: Thu Jul 14, '11 4:28pm PST 
There is only one breed that throws me of and its not so much intimidated as creeped out, and that is weimaraners (glad to know I am not the only onelaugh out loud) its a combo of the solid grey and light eyes and those bloody William Wegman photos/videos where there is a human body and a dog head. They creeped me out as a kid and they still kind of do know.
» There has since been 13 posts. Last posting by Goodman, Jul 21 3:44 am

Choosing the Right Dog > Do You Have A List?


Bird Whisperer
Barked: Thu Jul 7, '11 6:44am PST 
My list is a mile long and constantly changing. I want another aussie at some point I think. Collies (rough) are my breed and I would be content to own just a bunch of them, however there are several other breeds I would like to have.

Ones I can easily see myself owning in the near future
Standard poodle (black)
smooth collie
golden retriever
Belgian sheepdog (terv or groenendael)
Coon hound (likely blue tick)
Newfoundland (or a great pyr or Saint bernard)
cocker spaniel

The less likely but still possible breeds
Skye terrier
border terrier
chesapeake bay retriever
feild spaniel
gordon setter
greater swiss mountain dog (or entlebucher)
pynenean shepherd
tibetan terrier
wire haried fox terrier
» There has since been 61 posts. Last posting by holly, Jul 24 6:08 pm

Choosing the Right Dog > Joyful, happy dog - what breed would you choose?


Duke the Derp
Barked: Wed Jul 6, '11 1:01pm PST 
I'm gunna throw a vote in for pointers and hound mixs' in general. Our shelter is full of them and they tend to be big goofy happy and lovable, short coated and athletic. Duke very much fits the title of the thread. He is always happy about everything and makes friends with everyone he meets (cats, dogs, kids etc.). He managed to build him self a fan club in the neighborhood in under a week after we brought him home (its actually a pain to walk him because everyone has to stop and pat himbig laugh He can be a little stubborn and hard headed at times, certainly not as quick as my aussie, but he is a sweetie
» There has since been 5 posts. Last posting by Sirius Padfoot Black, Jul 15 8:10 am

Puppy Place > Breed Guess ?

Bird Whisperer
Barked: Wed Jul 6, '11 11:25am PST 
I definitely see aussie in the face and a little bit of poodle in the coat. Cute pup!smile
» There has since been 6 posts. Last posting by Fritz, Aug 27 6:04 pm

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