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I love retrievers !!!!!!!
I have two_One is a golden named Lilly and the other is a black lab named Flip.
They're the bestest friends anyone could have. :)
 

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I love labs, hence my name. I have 2 black labs. I think dachshunds are hysterical though. My friend has 2 of them and the crack me up every time I go down to her house. They are just so cuddly, they will lay right on their backs in your arms and let you pet their bellies.
 

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they are really nice dogs
 

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I like golden retrievers! Our dog is a mutt! German shepherd mix. We think the mix is a yellow lab. He is the best dog in the world!
 

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I dont have one, but I love Pommeranians. They are pretty much little balls of fur. I think I may have to buy one in a few years when Im ready for another dog. One of my neighbours has one, about 9 months old, and she is so cute!
 

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Poms are yippy ankle biters. I knew someone with a Pomeranian once and the dog was annoying. Very cute, though. ;)

I grew up with German Shepherds, so I guess that's my favorite dog breed. I like Puggles too. They are so cute.
 

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It's tough to pin point a favorite, they're all great, at least the ones I have and have had in the past. Now I have 4 total, my 2 JRT are extra hyper-I can't even get them to sit because they just wiggle so much. My Great Dane is very sweet, he thinks he's a lap dog. I just got a Golden/Eskimo mix puppy and he has a very calm temperment so far. I had a yellow Lab and he was great too! I'd love to have one of each larger breed, but who has the room for that!:D
 

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i used to have two american eskimos dog who were brothers named Ben and Fritz.we had to put them down about three years ago. they were my first dogs.
 

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Fritz was aggressive to people and he bit my brother and grandma.Ben was really friendly but he had hip problems.i thought it would be easier on both of them if i put them down at the same. ( yea earsier on them, harder on me )
they were nice size, like up to my knee. good size , not to little and not too big. they were pure bred but with no papers. we were stuiped to buy them because the people we bought them from wanted to droun them and the puppies were hand shy. i think thats why Fritz was the way he was. we should have known they would be aggressive. but im glad we got Ben and Fritz out of there.we put them down when they were about 4. miss them every day.
 

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i love big dogs, but im starting to get a thing for little dogs too...lol
 

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I love any and all dogs but I prefer rescued mutts because it makes me feel like I'm doing a good thing. I have only gotten bigger dogs for myself, probably because my stepmom always had yappy little dogs and I was jealous that she treated them better than she did me.
 

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I like sweet, friendly dogs under 30 pounds (easier to bathe :).

I like all breeds, really. They all have their own personalities, breed to breed, and within those categories they are all different. Mostly that seems to depend on the human they own.

My dog was a Japanese Chin, and I adored the daylights out of my Porky. He was just so wholly good and nice that I want a bumper sticker that says, "What Would Porky Do?"
 

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Growing up we raised and sold bulldogs (they were mostly brindle). Mine was "Dusty". Interestingly my sister would later raise and sell chihuahuas - just little kiper snacks for the bulldogs I'm thinking. :D

Making a choice of favorite is tough because I've had read healer, beagle, lab, mutt, pomeranian, chihuahua (a gift from my sister), more mutts and schnauzer.

I loved them all - except for the chihuahua. :D

I actually named this long haired chihuahua T.J. (The Jerk) - she sould go outside and find bugs - eat them and then deposit the remains in the house. She would never listen and only did what she wanted - man, she was just like a cat. :D
 

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Benji said:
Growing up we raised and sold bulldogs (they were mostly brindle). Mine was "Dusty". Interestingly my sister would later raise and sell chihuahuas - just little kiper snacks for the bulldogs I'm thinking. :D

Making a choice of favorite is tough because I've had read healer, beagle, lab, mutt, pomeranian, chihuahua (a gift from my sister), more mutts and schnauzer.

I loved them all - except for the chihuahua. :D

I actually named this long haired chihuahua T.J. (The Jerk) - she sould go outside and find bugs - eat them and then deposit the remains in the house. She would never listen and only did what she wanted - man, she was just like a cat. :D


hehe...lol....
 

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I think all Chihuahuas think they are cats. My mom has a little one names Rocky, who I love to death, she got it for a wedding gift when her and my stepdad got married. But, when my husband and I still lived with her and still had our 3 cats there, Rocky would follow them eveywhere, play with them instead of my dogs and basically do everything the cats would do.:)
 
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