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As a young man it was large dogs only for me. But when the wife bought a Maltese I changed my mind. Others mentioned boundaries, once you showed our male the physical boundaries he wouldn't go into the adjacent yard or the street, even when chasing a cat! Once he knew what the rules were he was glad to comply. One thing for sure, I will never have a dog that wants to run away again. If they want to go fine.


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Black Lab


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Yorkie here. I've had 3, great lap dog if that's what you like.




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Our labs have all been too. Not always a terrific thing. But never cold in the winter!


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I like Dobermans, Mine does is having a little trouble getting used to the track but he will be okay.


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Have had 2 Jack-Rat terrier mixes really smart dogs latest one is almost 15 gonna miss him both were rescues-ya even leftys like dogs


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My last dog was a Jack Russel that died at 18. Loved to ride my scooter. More people at the track knew him than knew me
 
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I like Dobermans, Mine does is having a little trouble getting used to the track but he will be okay.


Yours has separation anxiety. I don't think he could stand to be away from you for the 5 minutes you would be gone making a run..lol
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German Wirehaired Pointer


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Always took mine to the track when I had a motorhome (and raced)

Yeller lab
Mini American Eskimo
Treeing walker coonhound

Now we have a mini schnauzer

Favorite is a mutt.


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German Shepherd Dogs; noble, dignified and scary smart- like me! Big Grin
 
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I like Dobermans, Mine does is having a little trouble getting used to the track but he will be okay.


Yours has separation anxiety. I don't think he could stand to be away from you for the 5 minutes you would be gone making a run..lol
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German shepherds and corgies

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German Shepherd Dogs

That's my brother all the way. But he sure complains about them shedding!


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australian shepherd. uncanny intelligence and abilities.
 
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I've owned chows, German shepherds, labs, Australian shepherds, dachshunds, Yorky's.

Everyone of them I've said was the best dogs. It's a matter of spending time with them.

My current dogs go everywhere with me.

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We have had many & each was our favorite in different ways!

Our current most favorite is Gibbs, a 140-150 lb. German Sheppard. I'm missing him today, he had to have surgery to remove a cancerous growth on his left rear foot. He should be home later this evening but has to take it easy for a couple weeks.



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australian shepherd. uncanny intelligence and abilities.


Had one.She passed at 14. Smart as he11, just loved to get hurt on weekends when only the emergency vet was open to take her too. She was the first of an ongoing line of Rottens. Her name was Molly rotten, her sister was Snowball rotten(Eskimo Spitz) and now Jack rotten (golden retriever). He has huge separation issues. If you want to find Chris look for Jack he will be close by.

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B King I will say a little prayer for your 4 legged child.
 
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I miss my Akitas.Not much barking but took care of business,
 
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B King I will say a little prayer for your 4 legged child.


Thanks Footloose! Gibbs made it home yesterday afternoon, still all drugged up & a cone on his head. Now we just wait on the test results to see if they got all the cancer.


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