What breed of dogs are these?

stratisfied

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It's comforting to know there is always someone uglier than you.

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Brian Setzer Terrier?
 

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Pretty sure they're just fat.

Those are called "fat dogs" an increasingly common breed in the US.

Ha ha ha ha ha!

Not laughing at the dogs the owners suck

My friends grandfather had a rat terrier (pretty sure he’s Lois my avatar dogs father) and he ate everything the grandfather ate which mostly consisted of hamburger without the fat drained off

Poor thing looked like a tick

Every time I saw that dog I just imagined all the fat that must be around his heart and insides

Kind of like Obie the dachshund
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Thankfully Obie had a happy ending
 
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My money's on American Bully. Some of them have longer legs, but this is the more typical look. We have a few in our neighborhood, and from a distance, they look exactly like the ones in your picture. These are a few shots from the all-knowing net:

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My money's on American Bully. Some of them have longer legs, but this is the more typical look. We have a few in our neighborhood, and from a distance, they look exactly like the ones in your picture. These are a few shots from the all-knowing net:

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Thanks, they do look pretty similar!

D.H.
 

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Look English to me. Neighbors had a pair, they were fat, smelled, had bad breath and were ornery. Miz Diane likes Frenchies but we've never had brachy dogs. Boston Terriers have always been appealing (and I've known a couple great ones) but all the brachy dogs have too many health issues.

Give me a mutt with a regular nose, a dry mouth and legs to run. Our first was named "Roxanne" 'cause her nose was so long...
Fat, smelly, bad breath and ornery,
Hey! That's my cousin Shela!
 

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The breed is "The ugly Dogling" which can only be created by the proper owner.
 




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