What's your favorite dog breed? - Page 16




View Poll Results :What's your favorite dog breed?
Labs 8 9.30%
Retrievers 6 6.98%
Boxer 1 1.16%
Bulldog 3 3.49%
Poodle 0 0%
Rottweiler 3 3.49%
Terrier 8 9.30%
Mutt 6 6.98%
Other 51 59.30%
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Boots
 
June 7th, 2009  
Redcell
 
 
Doberman strait up best dog in the world for protection compainionship and its hard to find stupid ones
June 7th, 2009  
Mikefrombelgium
 
 
Belgian malinois (Belgian shepard) and the German shepard. 2 of the smartest and coolest dogs on this earth
June 7th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
From a strictly dog behaviour/character POV: Great Dane

Had one once (and so gotta know many others), theyre the probably softest and most obedient dogs I have ever come across (only have one problem from their POV: How do I get on the lap of my boss ?). You can leave them alone in any place, they wonītmove, you trip on them, they wonīt bite, for some time I thought they didnt even know how to growl or bark...

Until one night, when I got attacked by a few skins in the woods (and my dog nowhere to be seen), when he suddenly came like a monster flashing straight out of the dark with a malicious growl and went straight for them, never have anyone seen running so fast (one was shouting: "A panther, a panther...!" ).

OTOH, from a practical POV, they re just too big, do not fit under any table, need lots of food (mine, at 90 kgs downed 3kg of meat every day...) and people get easily afraid just by seeing them.

Rattler
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Boots
June 8th, 2009  
Mikefrombelgium
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by rattler
From a strictly dog behaviour/character POV: Great Dane

Had one once (and so gotta know many others), theyre the probably softest and most obedient dogs I have ever come across (only have one problem from their POV: How do I get on the lap of my boss ?). You can leave them alone in any place, they wonītmove, you trip on them, they wonīt bite, for some time I thought they didnt even know how to growl or bark...

Until one night, when I got attacked by a few skins in the woods (and my dog nowhere to be seen), when he suddenly came like a monster flashing straight out of the dark with a malicious growl and went straight for them, never have anyone seen running so fast (one was shouting: "A panther, a panther...!" ).

OTOH, from a practical POV, they re just too big, do not fit under any table, need lots of food (mine, at 90 kgs downed 3kg of meat every day...) and people get easily afraid just by seeing them.

Rattler

indeed those are great dogs to. but they are rather big i mean, i find a german shepard almost to big to live in my house let alone a great dane
June 9th, 2009  
airforcegirl89
 
 
i love chihuahua's and pit bulls
June 9th, 2009  
Solideo
 
My favourite is for sure german shepperd, I have had 2 of them. Last one died 10 years ago, I suffered so much with his dying I have had not any other dogs although my family still do.

One day he was just behind me, like he always did, I went to bathromm to save myself and he just felt down, he was quite old and in treatment for an injury in leg. That time was holidays and I couldīt find a veterinary for him, I put him some water and a portatile air conditioned near him.

All time I stayed near him and I remembered about a friendīs brother who was a veterinary, when he came home who told me that if he had been 24 hours with no pissing is that probably he was in renal failure for infection and that was better to sacrifice him for saving suffering. I agreed cause I saw the dog with bery bad conditions. It was late and there was not anyplace to buy the barbiturics used for this, next morning I went with him, bought the medicine and after that at home we sacrificed him in a rapid and with not any pain way.

Once he died while while we were looking eacother while holding his head and messing his ears like liked he pissed. The veterinary was so surprised, that noble friend had been without pissing while dying just because he was inside home.

I can say I passed almost all those damned 36 hours crying like a boy and also I did when I remembered his eyes looking at me (f***g hell I feel my throat scratching while remembering it now).

Itīs so amazing like you can feel that for an animal and I can say I had seen many dead people before this and I never felt that pain, just sorrow, even when some fallen friends.

The nobility of german shepperds is for me supreme.
June 21st, 2009  
BritinAfrica
 
 
Solideo, I know exactly how you feel.

I have a German Shepherd, he's now getting on for 3 years old. He and I are inseperable, wherever I am, he's behind me, he follows me everywhere. He's the best buddy I have ever had.
June 25th, 2009  
Solideo
 
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Originally Posted by BritinAfrica
Solideo, I know exactly how you feel.

I have a German Shepherd, he's now getting on for 3 years old. He and I are inseperable, wherever I am, he's behind me, he follows me everywhere. He's the best buddy I have ever had.
Yes probably the better dog, he protects all the family, but for sure, even when my mother feeded him if I called him he came fast, because they always choose his leader in the family, and since a little dog he was always running behind me, he did also when his moment to leave arrived.
June 27th, 2009  
indian_sukhoi
 
 
Dalmations!!!

Iam a proud owner of a Dalmation dog. I named her Odie!!
July 30th, 2009  
jadelee
 

I have a german shepherd and am proud of my clever and faithful friend. Love him much.

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