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    Puppies

    Looking at getting a new dog...any suggestions?

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    Re: Puppies

    Boxer........ Hyper but great dogs and EXCELLENT with children!! We have a white boxer who is 8.5 yrs old.



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    Re: Puppies

    What are your accommodations and what are you looking for in a dog?



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    Re: Puppies

    Depends on if you want an indoor or outdoor dog, a small or large dog, a energetic or lathargic dog, etc...

    Please be more specific on what you want?


    I have owned Alaskan Husky's, Shar Pei's, Pit Bull's, Saint Bernard's, and Chow Chow's and they have all been good dogs but it is what you want them for specifically that will narrow it down.



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    Re: Puppies

    How much space do you have?
    How much time per day are you dedicating to exercise, walks, play, etc.
    Do you want a small quiet lap dog?
    Will it be an outside dog? i.e. in a kennel.
    Do you have kids?

    Lots of things to consider before choosing the best breed for you.


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    Re: Puppies

    Huskies can be fun, though they need a lot of room to move around


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    Re: Puppies

    Quote Originally Posted by 4429 mcc View Post
    Looking at getting a new dog...any suggestions?

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    Bassett Hounds......Not the easiest to train, but by far one of the best dogs to have. Bassetts like to be outside, but they also like being in the house. Very, very good with kids. Sweet dogs.

    Although, I've also had the best luck with bassett rescue dogs, so I'm not as familar with puppies.



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    Re: Puppies

    Yes, you need a Puggle Puppy We just had a litter on Saturday and they'll be ready to go by the end of November. Here is our website:
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    Labs.....easy to train, loves to play, great with kids, has a great disposition, and best of all....protective



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    Re: Puppies

    Quote Originally Posted by 4429 mcc View Post
    Looking at getting a new dog...any suggestions?

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    Dude. Not the direction I thought this thread was going based on the title. You'll be hearing from my lawyer soon.



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    Re: Puppies

    My favorite kind of dogs are weiner dogs


    Cocker Spaniels


    And Shi-Tzus


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    Re: Puppies

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewo View Post
    Dude. Not the direction I thought this thread was going based on the title. You'll be hearing from my lawyer soon.
    Where you thinking of this kind of puppy?




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    Re: Puppies

    I had a lab/boarder collie mix growing up. Great dog from the humane society, but we had a big yard. Depends on the set up i guess. I have always been a fan of bigger dogs. Labs, retrievers, and huskies. Not great dane or mastif huge, but bigger dogs.



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    Re: Puppies

    Vizslas.

    There are no other worthwhile dogs.

    Forewarned. High energy is understating the situation. Kinda clingy, extremely senstitive and affectionate.

    Pretty easy to maintain. Not many health issues. Very clean and low odor.



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    Re: Puppies

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    Where you thinking of this kind of puppy?


    No. That makes me think of a club.



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