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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Frank'n'censed, Jun 13, 2019.
I can’t even pronounce it, though I’m familiar with the two legged version...what do they look like?
Welsh Terrier. We have two.
”What’s your favourite breed of dog?”
The Blues Healer
Heres a good shot of a Schipp on alert (which they often are) they were bred as a farm yard dog or as my South African vet say's "we keep them to wake up the Ridgebacks back home", they are mousers and independent like the Jack Russell.
Yes , I am on my third Airedale . I knew an Australian Shepherd for 17 1/2 years and that is one hell of a breed . Sometime in the future , I hope to have at least 1 Otterhound .
A handsome schipp, for shore
This is Bella. She is a miniature Rottweiler/Border Collie mix. 25 lbs of cuteness and reliability.
Olde English Bulldogge. Breed started in the 70s to restore what bulldogs used to look like. 50% English Bulldog then equal parts American Bulldog, Bullmastiff, PitBull. 85 pounds of linebacker and a loveable meathead.
My boy Bruno
I love ALL dogs, but my Pomeranian, is truly the sweetest little dog I’ve ever met. Not a mean bone in her body.
Siberian Huskies. They are fun, energetic, have no “doggy smell,” and are not serial barkers like some other breeds. And huskies are great around little kids. My neighbors in America were good Catholics, and had 8 children, aged 1 and up, and all of them lived to play with my huskies.
On the negative side, they can shed their own weight in fur in a single day (or so it sometimes seems), they love to dig holes, and they will kill small animals that come within their reach. Though they don’t bark so much, they do sometimes “talk,” and they love to howl.
Hey buddy... I totally agree. Our "mutt" pups have a pure blue Staffordshire terrier father and a black Australian Heeler mother. Funny thing, they came out kind of looking a little like yellow labs!
Kimber (who shows more Staffordshire terrier) and her younger brother Colt (who looks more lab-like)
The day Colt came home with us and met his older sister, Kimber
She was so happy and proud to have a new, little brother
And of course, they're best buds. Colt, on the left, and Kimber
Kimber, on the left, and Colt
Kimber is the serious one
Colt is the "happy-go-lucky" one... always a skip in his step
And they race and chase each other all the time - Kimber can't catch Colt with speed, but she's smart enough to know how to cut him off at the pass!
And, yes, they do that growl/howl talk all the time! And their excitement at our presence is powerful. Best of all is their constant desire to be close to us - snuggling and cuddling with us whenever possible and for as long as possible. Their warm affection is amazing.
They are Schnauzers: they are superior: they will stare at you slightly disapprovingly. It’s just what they do!
Great pics and beautiful dogs. I got my mate Boss at around 7 weeks old and he took over the place almost immediately trotting down the hallway growl talking.
He would talk back in varying tones for hours if you kept talking to him.
We spent just over 14 years together. He looked like a cross between a little teddy bear and a gremlin when I picked him from the litter. He was also terrorising the rest of the pack. He was a lovable character, a male brindle, my second Staffy and much more outgoing than the first. He was playful like a pup for all of his 14 years.
I only have phone pics taken of old camera pics.
I just love dogs. In my childhood home we had an Old English Sheepdog (as similar as Macca’s Martha). Loved him, even though he bit a piece from my lip, few stitches to patch it up, and begging to my mom not to put him to sleep. He came to us when being 10 months and clearly was been beaten in the first home, so that explained his aggressive behaviour, especially towards long objects such as broomstick or vacuum cleaner’s tube. Eventually he was a nice boy, when age smoothened his manners.
This one is my true love:
He’s our wedding present, I always can remember our anniversarys right when thinking of his age. Comes 12 this July. He’s always been daddy’s boy! Choco Lab, name is Sulo.
I love all my dogs.
We've owned and loved many over the years.
Favorite breeds that we have kept:
Dachshunds, Rottweilers, Pit Bull mixes, Rat Terriers, Blue Heelers, and rescue mutts.
Least favorite breeds that we know of thru friends:
Small, mopsy/flopsy, long-haired yapper dogs with the pushed-in faces. (I don't know what you call those. Don't like 'em.)
I'm gonna shut up now.