Would you want another?

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  1. SizzleDog

    SizzleDog Lord Cynical

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    Doberman - HECK yes!!!
    Corgi - see above... ;)
     
  2. Paige

    Paige Let it be

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    Sheltie - In a heartbeat. I love how vocal they can be. I love their personalities. I love everything about them.

    Border Collies - Yes but I would never be interested in adding another one to the family any time soon. E'nuff BC WOOOHOOO over here.

    Shih Tzu/Poodle/Matlese/FROOFROO DOG - Actually, I think I could say yes. I adore how much of a lap dog Miley is. Just so chill. I would never really want to own just a FROOFROO dog though. I like large dogs.

    Doberman - Judging on how Caleb was I'd have to say no but I'd have to know more of the breed to judge them something proper.

    Springer Spaniel - Princess and Buster were... uhm... no. Not my type of dog though they were wonderful.
     
  3. Lissa

    Lissa New Member

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    Toller/BC - Nopes!
    GSD - Nopes!
    Husky - Sure
    Foxhound - Absolutely, no doubt about it!!!:D
     
  4. Buddy'sParents

    Buddy'sParents *Finding My Inner Fila*

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    Fila: I'm sure we will always have at least one. :p

    A Buddy: if the right one came along, absolutely. :D

    A Banzai: I will always have an aussie mix (from a rescue of course). Banzai is just.. he's such a GOOD dog. :)

    As for the 20 lb and unders we had growing up: No, no and NO! :eek:
     
  5. milos_mommy

    milos_mommy Active Member

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    JRT - yes, i'd get another definately. not anytime soon though, and i'd be really worried about DA issues. i'd probably adopt an older one or go from a breeder with dog social dogs...

    American Eskimo - probably not. Cody was an amazing, amazing, AMAZING dog. but i've never met another eskie like him.

    Wheaten - he's my moms, but after living with him. DEF. not. Soooo not the dog for me.
     
  6. elegy

    elegy overdogged

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    APBT - yes.

    miniature poodle - again, yes, but i don't know that i'd actively seek one out. i'd rather have a standard.

    cocker spaniel - possibly, but i'd want one from field bred lines. i actually have my eye on a breeder, and have for some time, but i don't think a cocker is going to be what i'm looking for any time soon.
     
  7. BostonBanker

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    Bedlington Terrier - no. I will never own a dog that requires that much grooming again.

    Mountain Cur - I'd never seek one out. Meg is one-in-a-million, and the others I've met aren't very much like her. Quite a few come up north from rescues in the south, though. If the right one came along, I wouldn't say no.
     
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    Pit Bull - Yes.

    Pomeranian - No, grooming & very fragile.

    Cocker Spaniel - No, grooming.

    Dalmatian Mix - No.

    Akita mix - No, agression.

    Lab - No, TOO active, shedding.

    Beagle - No.

    Shih Tzu - No, grooming.

    Dachshund - No, health problems with their back.

    Bichon Frise - No, grooming.

    Rat Terrier - No, fragile.
     
  9. Saje

    Saje Island dweller

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    I love my two girls, Sakari and Nanook. They were both Shepherd crosses. I love how they were affectionate without being needy, very loyal and protective but not barky and how they were curious and loved to get out and explore. I'd definitely have a Shepherd cross again.

    I'd have a newfie again in a heartbeat but especially if we had lots of room and were more settled. And were close to water. Or at least had a truck! lol

    I don't think I'd have a bully cross again if I was on my own. Mikey is much more suited to steve. i love him but he's too needy for just me
     
  10. ihartgonzo

    ihartgonzo and Fozzie B!

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    I have totally fallen in love with Border Collies and Corgis. They go so well together, too. I hope I always have both breeds in my life... even though no dog could replace either of my boys. =)

    Australian Shepherd - maybe! If I found an Aussie in rescue or from a breeder who is from the lines that I like (working, and on the smaller side), I would definitely consider one.

    Bichon Frise - no. I loved Shushu, but I am not fond of their coats, or the health problems common in the breed.

    Chihuahua OR Beagle - oh, god, no.

    Rottweiler - yes. They are amazing, devoted, sweet dogs.

    German Shepherd - yes. But only if I found the right dog, and most likely from rescue.
     
  11. Babyblue5290

    Babyblue5290 Happy Meal. Yum.

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    Alaskan Malamute: Yes probably. May get a lab or some other common cross first though.

    Great Dane: I'd love to!
     
  12. jess2416

    jess2416 Who woulda thought

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    I have always had mixed breeds, but after Timber (R.I.P) and Chloe I can safely say that I will never be without a shepherd mix in my life
     
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    noludoru Bored Now.

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    Springer--uhhhhh no. I don't particularly like Springers. I like Middie, and the fact that he bears absolutely no resemblance to his Springer half suits me just fine. Springer temperament (well, the kind his mom has, the kind they SHOULD have)? Yes! :D Definitely. Love it.
     
  14. mojo-rizin

    mojo-rizin Poodle

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    Toy, Mini, Standard Poodle - Yes to all three, but especially the Toy and Standard. I will NEVER be without a poodle.

    Papillon - NEVER AGAIN. The hair, the stubborness (I understand that this was probably just THIS dog, but ugh, I don't think I will change my mind), the barking...

    GSD - Owned three of them growing up and adored them. However, I couldn't stand the shedding, so probably not.

    Golden Retriever - NO most neurotic dog I have ever owned

    Beagle - No.

    Border Collies - I would own one of these in a heartbeat if I could somehow magically make my allergies go away! :D My dad's BCs are amazing, and give my poodles a run for their money on training and intelligence! :)

    Chihuahua - No, I didn't like the fragility and ours was EXTREMELY difficult to housebreak.
     
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    scob89 DILLIGAF?

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    Treeing Walker Coonhound- Will stick to this breed for a long time. For how sweet and gentle Brenna has been, even when scared to death.
     
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    I'll never be in the puppy market again , so will stick to the Ollies of the world . I'm so sorry for those who have had bad Golden experiences ........I still get calls .
     
  17. SisMorphine

    SisMorphine Your Mom

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    Greyhound - I will ALWAYS have at least one Grey, if not many. I love this breed more than any other. But then again . . . they're not really a dog.

    Alapaha - Yup. I look forward to at least owning a male in the future.

    Akita/pit mix - I don't want to deal with the hair, so probably not

    Dutch Shepherd - I would rather slit my wrists.
     
  18. RD

    RD Are you dead yet?

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    Forgot to add my other pooches.

    Doberman/mix: Yes, for sure.
    Boxer: ...Maybe? Temperament wise I think I prefer Dobes, but I love my Boxer boy and wouldn't say no to another like him.
     
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    Pug - NEVER could be without at least one!

    Great Dane - Definitely would have one again if I had the right situation.

    Aussie/Rottie Mix - NEVER to the Aussie, YES to the Rottie

    JRT- NEVER

    Bulldog - Most likely, yes. This is the most loving breed on earth!

    Toy Poodle - Probably not. Such SMART dogs though!
     
  20. FoxyWench

    FoxyWench Salty Sea Dog

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    chihuahua, not while vixie and dodger are alive
    chinese crested, yes id like a hairy hairless to show sometime in the future
    cocker spaniel, not likely i love the breed, but there not a me type of dog
    dane, yes if the situation was right
    staffy, in a heartbeat if the situation was right.
     

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