What will your next dog be?

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  1. Picklepaige

    Picklepaige Active Member

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    What the title says!

    Mine will HOPEFULLY be Maggie. What I mean by that is, she currently lives with my parents, and I'd really like for her to come live with me in my apartment. She's such a great dog, and I could do so much with her instead of her just sitting around and getting fat. Whether or not that happens, we'll see.

    For my next "new" dog, I've been wanting a GSD for years now, but it will probably be a while before that dream comes true.
     
  2. meepitsmeagan

    meepitsmeagan Meagan & The Cattle Dog Crew

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    OH! OH! A KOOOOOLLLLLIEEEEEEE!!!! And I can't wait. *dancing around*

    And then DH wants a Vizsla. We are going to have one active household!
     
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    stafinois Professional Nerd

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    Probably another Malinois.
     
  4. nikkiluvsu15

    nikkiluvsu15 Wild At Heart

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    Vizsla!
    [​IMG] (<---- I *love* this dog: FC AFC Totem Jake's Seaside Martini JH *swoon*)

    and random puppy that I saw on google <3
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    I'm also really, really researching Koolies. I'm not 100% sold on me being a fit for them and I definitely want to be sure about that!
     
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    houlahoops New Member

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    I have my heart set on another 'houla, but to be honest I am more likely to end up with whatever falls in my lap. =)
     
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    At this point it will be whatever falls into our lap. We were set on a Chinook, but now we are heading to Italy. So, we'll see!
     
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    A little Koolie girl. I've been hoping/waiting almost a couple of years now and am so looking forward to it. Now, here's just hoping a breeder will have the right puppy for me in the right time frame. So far things sound promising. :)

    After my Koolie we will be at four dogs which means that absolutely no more dogs will enter our home for (hopefully) many years. But when the time does come for another dog at that time, it'll more than likely be another Toller or a Belgian (Groenendael most likely - I've dreamed of one for years) depending upon living situations.
     
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    Most likely to be another Chodský Pes (Bohemian Shepherd), but it could also be a German Shepherd Dog, or a dog of the Merle variety, would go more so towards Australian Shepherd or Border Collie.
     
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    Koolie, another cattle dog, or a kelpie.
    Australia makes the best dogs. lol

    It'll be a while, though. I have no clue where life will take me after I finish high school in three years and if I don't live at home for college, I'm not sure having two medium/large-ish dogs would be a good idea.
     
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    This guy if all goes well :D
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  11. Jare

    Jare All For The Pit Bulls

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    Generally? Definitely a young male pit bull.

    Specifically? Ajax, the deaf pit bull sitting at my local shelter.
     
  12. JessLough

    JessLough Love My Mutt

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    Most likely a Toller :)

    If timing doesn work out with the breeder, I'd probably go pug or Aussie from rescue
     
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    Laurelin I'm All Ears

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    Most likely a border collie. Slight chance of another herding breed (sheltie, pyr shep, or aussie) or even the right rescue herder mutt. but planning on a BC in 2014 and have been planning this one for a while. Nothing sooner unfortunately.
     
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    Most likely something small.......Yorkie? Silkie? A little rescued mutt? IDK.....just thinking it will be under 15lbs or so. Kevin gave me the 'go ahead' for another Dobe, but I don't think I will.

    Big difference going from a 75lb doberman to a tiny dog, but I'm thinking ahead and would like a smaller dog, easier to manage, and one more accepted (at various inns and hotels) to travel with us if need be :)
     
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    I'd like an APBT as my next dog but that won't be for many years. Who knows when it will happen until then I'll probably have whatever falls into my lap. :)
     
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    *blackrose "I'm kupo for kupo nuts!"

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    I am really, really, really hoping it will be one of these:
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    Not for another year though, at least. Once we're both done with school and I know what is going to be happening marriage/navy/housing wise, I'll go from there. So fall of 2013 at the earliest, more likely 2014.

    I would also be happy with any of these:
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    Or, if I had to get a small dog, one of these:
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    A Rhodesian for me:) Not for a couple years though
     
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    A vizsla or a minature poodle. That wont be for a looong time though.
     
  19. Dogdragoness

    Dogdragoness Happy Spring!!!!

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    My next (puppy) dog (i like to adopt adult rescues) will be...... A cane corso :D
     
  20. RD

    RD Are you dead yet?

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    We're thinking we'd like a good, well-bred GSD. Maybe another smaller sheepdog, a BC or Aussie. Won't be for a while.
     

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