UR favrite type of dog is?

Created by Shemp Sharpe on Jun 17, 2013

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rockwiler

fiste

damnation

pet bull

poodel

cheewawa

datsun

palmaranian

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#24 Jun 17, 2013
...deadbeat dad dogs need to be quarantined!!! ;)

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#25 Jun 17, 2013
Wow! Seems like my usual type which explains why I'm alone again! Lol lol!! Funny how this started off about a dogs not DAWGS! Lol He's still nice to look at IMHO.

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Blacksburg, SC

#26 Jun 17, 2013
_Word Woman_ wrote:
...deadbeat dad dogs need to be quarantined!!! ;)
Sounds like you are going soft. I'm thinking NEUTERED in lieu of quarantine. Hehehe

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#27 Jun 17, 2013
Nita Mann wrote:
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Sounds like you are going soft. I'm thinking NEUTERED in lieu of quarantine. Hehehe
Good point...your idea is a far better solution!!!:)

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#28 Jun 17, 2013
I'm neutered lol. Only blanks

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#29 Jun 18, 2013
Dixie iron fist wrote:
I'm neutered lol. Only blanks
Ok I'm just gonna say it! Then the best kind of dog in that case is.....{drum roll please}.........DOGGY style! Lol lol lol the best! ;)

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#30 Jun 18, 2013
LMAO but getting back to the dog post...The Irish Wolfhound.. breed of my heart. No dog is like him. But, although I don't have any Irish WOlfhounds any longer, I do have four standard poodles... My husband tells Rusty our 2 1/2 year old standard... "Rusty, take the dogs outside." RUsty runs down the hall, jumps up on his back legs, hits the door handle and takes them all out. lol He will also bring them back in that way. It is so dang funny. lol I also have a borzoi... an elegant, snooty, beautiful borzoi that adores my husband. But, if he pizzes her off, she won't even look at him.. she'll turn her head completely around and ignore him. It is hysterical to watch her put him in his place, usually for some small infraction that doesn't seem like much to anyone but her.(GRIN)

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#31 Jun 18, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
LMAO but getting back to the dog post...The Irish Wolfhound.. breed of my heart. No dog is like him. But, although I don't have any Irish WOlfhounds any longer, I do have four standard poodles... My husband tells Rusty our 2 1/2 year old standard... "Rusty, take the dogs outside." RUsty runs down the hall, jumps up on his back legs, hits the door handle and takes them all out. lol He will also bring them back in that way. It is so dang funny. lol I also have a borzoi... an elegant, snooty, beautiful borzoi that adores my husband. But, if he pizzes her off, she won't even look at him.. she'll turn her head completely around and ignore him. It is hysterical to watch her put him in his place, usually for some small infraction that doesn't seem like much to anyone but her.(GRIN)
I was awaiting your response to this thread! lol

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Charlotte, NC

#32 Jun 18, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
LMAO but getting back to the dog post...The Irish Wolfhound.. breed of my heart. No dog is like him. But, although I don't have any Irish WOlfhounds any longer, I do have four standard poodles... My husband tells Rusty our 2 1/2 year old standard... "Rusty, take the dogs outside." RUsty runs down the hall, jumps up on his back legs, hits the door handle and takes them all out. lol He will also bring them back in that way. It is so dang funny. lol I also have a borzoi... an elegant, snooty, beautiful borzoi that adores my husband. But, if he pizzes her off, she won't even look at him.. she'll turn her head completely around and ignore him. It is hysterical to watch her put him in his place, usually for some small infraction that doesn't seem like much to anyone but her.(GRIN)
Omg HILARIOUS!!! I love the Standard Poodle. I actually saw one in Lowes the other day when some folks were passing through town & took theirs inside. They also had a teacup which looked EXACTLY like their huge standard so they were a sight! I can't imagine having four. My divorce attorney has a standard poodle. She was a fun handful when she came into the office with her. WILD!!! I know of a few people who have 2 or 3 of them. I just LOVE seeing them because they are so lively. Lol I also like the borzoi you mentioned along with Yorkies & West Highland terriers in pure breeds.

I love animals & don't understand how anyone could intentionally abuse them. I love hearing stories like yours where they are spoiled!:)

Since: Jan 11

Greeneville TN

#33 Jun 18, 2013
_Word Woman_ wrote:
Shemp, you forgot the labratory receiver...MystDefy & Wet Willie's favorite...lol
Very cool! I'm going to have to change my answer!(But I still have a soft spot for horn dogs.)

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#34 Jun 18, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
LMAO but getting back to the dog post...The Irish Wolfhound.. breed of my heart. No dog is like him. But, although I don't have any Irish WOlfhounds any longer, I do have four standard poodles... My husband tells Rusty our 2 1/2 year old standard... "Rusty, take the dogs outside." RUsty runs down the hall, jumps up on his back legs, hits the door handle and takes them all out. lol He will also bring them back in that way. It is so dang funny. lol I also have a borzoi... an elegant, snooty, beautiful borzoi that adores my husband. But, if he pizzes her off, she won't even look at him.. she'll turn her head completely around and ignore him. It is hysterical to watch her put him in his place, usually for some small infraction that doesn't seem like much to anyone but her.(GRIN)
LOL...Noble is the same way!!! He will turn his entire back & ignore me if I upset him...and, his feelings get really hurt if I have to take his collar off for any reason...he acts like I've stolen something from him, and he remains upset & mopey for awhile even after I've put it back on. He turns his back & ignores other dogs that act ugly to him, as well. He wants NO part of any confrontation and/or drama...

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#35 Jun 18, 2013
I prefer corndogs. They tastse good and can do some fun things.

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#37 Jun 18, 2013
Mrs Roberson wrote:
I prefer corndogs. They tastse good and can do some fun things.
LMAO!!! You're a mess... ;)

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#38 Jun 18, 2013
Mrs Roberson wrote:
I prefer corndogs. They tastse good and can do some fun things.
I literally laughed out loud, while in public, after reading this!

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#39 Jun 18, 2013
Mrs Roberson wrote:
I prefer corndogs. They tastse good and can do some fun things.
Lord have mercy. That makes my stomach beg for Maaolox.

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#40 Jun 18, 2013
Se7en187 wrote:
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I was awaiting your response to this thread! lol
LOL Wonder why Se7en?(GRIN)

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#41 Jun 18, 2013
Nita Mann wrote:
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Omg HILARIOUS!!! I love the Standard Poodle. I actually saw one in Lowes the other day when some folks were passing through town & took theirs inside. They also had a teacup which looked EXACTLY like their huge standard so they were a sight! I can't imagine having four. My divorce attorney has a standard poodle. She was a fun handful when she came into the office with her. WILD!!! I know of a few people who have 2 or 3 of them. I just LOVE seeing them because they are so lively. Lol I also like the borzoi you mentioned along with Yorkies & West Highland terriers in pure breeds.
I love animals & don't understand how anyone could intentionally abuse them. I love hearing stories like yours where they are spoiled!:)
Thanks Nita...I'm with you on people that mistreat animals.. I'm too involved with rescue and it makes me lose my mind... some of my borzoi came from some of the worst abuse you could imagine.. yet, they were so forgiving of humans and so loving..it really says a lot about the character of dogs. Humans could learn a lot from them.

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#42 Jun 18, 2013
_Word Woman_ wrote:
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LOL...Noble is the same way!!! He will turn his entire back & ignore me if I upset him...and, his feelings get really hurt if I have to take his collar off for any reason...he acts like I've stolen something from him, and he remains upset & mopey for awhile even after I've put it back on. He turns his back & ignores other dogs that act ugly to him, as well. He wants NO part of any confrontation and/or drama...
LOL Why does he get upset about his collar? THAT is hysterical. I was thinking he might think you are going somewhere and leaving him without his collar being on him, but that's a new one. lol

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#43 Jun 18, 2013
It's hard to reconcile why people treat animals so badly and are so cruel to them. I don't get it.

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#44 Jun 18, 2013
FriendofDog wrote:
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Thanks Nita...I'm with you on people that mistreat animals.. I'm too involved with rescue and it makes me lose my mind... some of my borzoi came from some of the worst abuse you could imagine.. yet, they were so forgiving of humans and so loving..it really says a lot about the character of dogs. Humans could learn a lot from them.
My attorney's Standard would probably make an excellent therapy dog. She was very much in touch with human emotions. That poodle also has an uncanny tracking ability even though she was never trained in either of those tasks. I love that dog! What colors do you have? They are gorgeous!

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