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I like my German Shepherds and Rottweilers. Do you ever travel with yours to big races? If the moderator takes this thread down. No hard feelings.
 
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Well it wouldn't be our Belgian/Malamute mix that dug a hole in a $3000 leather couch last night because storms scared him. Super Angry Nothing to do but laugh about it now.



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Golden Retriever. Intelligent, able to learn at any age. No aggression, non territorial for the most part. Understands boundaries.
 
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x2 Golden Retriever. Only downside is 24/7 belly rubbing and shed like crazy. Belly rubs we can give no problem.the hair we could do w/o.




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I like all dogs but prefer large dogs. This is Rosco my latest, he is a Rhodesian ridgeback and a true race dog. This is him hanging out in the stands at Houston a couple of weeks ago waiting on the fuel cars. I got him out of the shelter last Thanksgiving and has a adapted well to the racetrack, he loves everything about it.

 
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Shi tsu's here. Big enough to play fetch with and a little rough housing, small enough to be a lap dog and doesn't take up the whole bed. Biggest plus,NO shedding.
 
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My female Lab is by far the best dog I've ever had. She will be 2 in August. At 12 weeks old she was already fully house trained, and at 14 weeks she already knew sit and stay. I could walk all the way to the other side of the 5 acre yard, behind the house and everything and she wouldn't move until I said so.

I clocked her at 35 mph on the scooter the other day Big Grin
 
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Heck 99.9% of time any dog beats humans. the .1 is for humans that I like.




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Well it wouldn't be our Belgian/Malamute mix that dug a hole in a $3000 leather couch last night because storms scared him. Super Angry Nothing to do but laugh about it now.


My wife’s did the same thing! You can’t have enough toys and they need a mission. My girl Cami is Catahoula lab mix. Great dog.


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I love all dogs. My golden retriever is my favorite of course.


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Rescue dogs. Sage is a pit mix



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I'll cast my vote for the Miniature Dachshund.
 
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Now i don't feel alone. My GSH decided the couch was "HIS"... 105 Lbs.. $2100 couch.. He is a full time job. Sleeps with one eye open...Vet says he is the absolute worst.




12 Weeks. I call him Ole Evil eye.

 
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Rescue dogs. Sage is a pit mix


Yup. I've had 6 Golden's, all rescues or re-homed or retired show or service dog breeder dogs.


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My female Lab is by far the best dog I've ever had. She will be 2 in August. At 12 weeks old she was already fully house trained, and at 14 weeks she already knew sit and stay. I could walk all the way to the other side of the 5 acre yard, behind the house and everything and she wouldn't move until I said so.



I clocked her at 35 mph on the scooter the other day Big Grin


Our 8 year old female black lab matches your description for us. She may not be highly intelligent, but she is by far the most compliant dog we have had. The deep bark will get the attention of man or beast in the country. But one cross word or look and she always falls into line for the family. Loves people. Other dogs she would rather avoid. Very fit and trim and only a little gray on her chin thus far. She loves to run, but now she can overdo it now and then. But.....she has a deal where her toenails crack/split. They say it's a form of lupis.


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The deep bark will get the attention of man or beast in the country.


That must be a black lab thing,LOL.



It's hard to believe that little guy is 100 pounds and will be a year in two weeks
 
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American Bulldog an Boston Terrier..
 
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Whomp I found a American bulldog crossed with a Boxer. Its brindle. My German shepherds have dug mini ponds around the trees. I also have a shihtzu. practically lives on a bed or chair. My oldest German Shepherd is about 8 years old and has lost almost all his hair. Also nice looking dogs in the pictures. Smile
 
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Yorkie here. I've had 3, great lap dog if that's what you like.




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