What’s your favourite breed of dog?

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  1. Frank'n'censed

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    I digs ALL bad dogs & some cats, too!!
    But everyone knows I’m for the birds

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    I’ve had an Afghan Hound, Wheaton Terrier, Great Dane, and Brittny Spaniels.
    Too darn smart for their own good. Weird personality’s, but each individual have its own personality. These 2 will be my last dogs. Psycho Scooter loves playing ball, Suzie just wants love and treats and the cat next door. Both litter mates are polar opposites.
     
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    Border collies always, great dogs. And pugs too.
     
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    I like all kinds of dogs but have a fondness for Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
    They are needy but make me laugh with their growl talk and excitable personalities.
    They just want to be around you all the time. I still miss my last best friend Staffy.
     
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    French bulldogs absolutely kill me! Such funny, engaging personalities

    Bull terriers are real characters, too
     
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    Rhodesian Ridgeback. Not only do they look awesome, they are used to hunt lions in Africa! How cool is that?
     
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    I like all dogs, and honestly, I prefer mutts. I'm not into breeds. I just like dogs.

    I currently have two two-legged rescue dogs. Yup, two two-legged dogs. Two dogs totaling four legs. They're little troopers.
     
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    I've had a Standard Poodle, a Lab, 2 Pitbulls (rescues), an Afghan and, currently, a Greyhound-Lab mix (another rescue). I've loved them all and they've loved me back. The Pitbulls, though, have been the most affectionate.
     
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    They don't really "hunt" lions. They track lions.
     
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    Oh, you you mean the woofy things, with the noise at one end and the lack of responsibility at the other?

    I'm more of a cat person. When it comes to dogs, I'm in the mutt camp. Were I to acquire a dog, and could walk it sufficiently, Greyhound or Whippet, or just a dumb looking, friendly mutt.
     
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    No need to mutter, about
     
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    Lol right. I didn't mean to be a "welll actually...." type. I didn't know myself and googled it real quick. I just thought it seemed far fetched that a dog could actually "hunt" a lion.
     
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    20180806_220220.jpg This breed my lovely, whack-job
    Yellow Lab, Lucy 20181225_150253.jpg DSCN2433.JPG
     
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    Beautiful dogs!
     
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    either a french bulldog or a bull terrier
     
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    My dog Bruno is not a breed dog, he's half Shih Tzu half Border Collie. He's the most amazingly patient, gentle, empathetic, loving dog, but with a bark that can shred wallpaper. The first time we heard him bark we were all like, "where the heck did that come from?"
     
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