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Favorite Breed?

Discussion in 'Dog Breeds' started by dihewe, Mar 12, 2016.

  1. glreese

    glreese New Member

    My favorite breed is a Labrador. I had a chocolate lab and a yellow lab. The chocolate lab saved my life when I was little girl when two bigger stray dogs decided to wonder into my yard and became very aggressive. My Lab stayed between me and the two dogs even though they towered over him. Luckily my dad heard me screaming and came to the rescue before too much damage was done. But my Lab saved my life. They truly are self-sacrificing, loyal, loving dogs.
     
  2. maryannballeras

    maryannballeras New Member

    I currently have a Dachshund and a Lab mix. I had a Chihuahua mix before as well. I've loved them all but I love my doxie th most. She's very sweet and playful. However, I really want to have a Pug. Their almost-sad face looks very cute to me. They're just so adorable in my opinion. I hope I can have one someday.
     
  3. Liza

    Liza New Member

    We don't have room for anything but a small dog where we live. Plus we don't have a fenced-in yard, so it would be hard to keep a larger dog. But I adore larger dogs. I really like a Pyrenees! They are like huge teddy bears, gentle and sweet, and very low-key.
     
  4. LaneA

    LaneA Member

    I can't be really objective when it comes to this question in particular, because I haven't met a lot of dogs to generalize a breed, but I think that my favorite one is Boxer, they are so cute! Most of them look kind of intimidating, but they are really adorable and offensive when you know them a little bit better. In that sense, I really like dogs that play with your perception.
    I haven't owned one, but I love how pugs look like, I think that they always look adorable, but still, I haven't even met one yet, but it would be nice to have one in the future.
     
  5. filmjunkie08

    filmjunkie08 New Member

    I have had several good dogs during my life. However, I owned a full blooded doxie and fell in love!!! They are happy to be any where you are. They miss you when your gone and are so happy to see you when you come through the door. That breed taught me the meaning of the phrase "constant companion".
     

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