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Old 07-27-2011, 08:01 PM
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^I want that dog.
I want a Berger Picard for the same reason, I know nothing about the breed lol

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I do that, except the dog in question doesn't even live with me. I just remember what he was like as a pup and go 'really, I want to do that again?'
Frodo was a holy terror when he was a puppy, but that was 5 and a half YEARS ago. I forget. Plus he was SOOO cute
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:03 PM
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Good luck though, I was at that point before I found what I wanted and it wasn't really fun
No WAY. It's a BLAST thinking about possibly owning other breeds.
I doubt anyone is truly heartbroken over wanting to own another breed besides their typical breed.

We all dream because we don't always own ALLLL the breeds we'd like to.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:06 PM
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No WAY. It's a BLAST thinking about possibly owning other breeds.
I doubt anyone is truly heartbroken over wanting to own another breed besides their typical breed.

We all dream because we don't always own ALLLL the breeds we'd like to.
The not being able to make a decision was what I didn't like. I didn't like not finding that one breed that fit me like a glove. I was looking for that click and I didn't like not feeling it with any breed.

Heartbroken? Nope. But I know I felt like I was missing that puzzle piece.

Now that I've got that it's fun thinking about breeds I might want to own someday.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:07 PM
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No WAY. It's a BLAST thinking about possibly owning other breeds.
I doubt anyone is truly heartbroken over wanting to own another breed besides their typical breed.

We all dream because we don't always own ALLLL the breeds we'd like to.
I agree, I LOVE researching breeds, and even when I decide they aren't right for me, well I have learned something about them anyway!

Plus I won't have a 2nd dog for...a while. At the very least another year, so I have time
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:08 PM
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I go back to pit bulls.
Goofy, people-pleasing pit bulls.
I'd love to own a smaller dog one day, but I just don't know.
I always default back to pit bulls.
I just love them.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:09 PM
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Frodo was a holy terror when he was a puppy, but that was 5 and a half YEARS ago. I forget. Plus he was SOOO cute
My parents keep talking about getting another Texas Lacy when Peco dies. I'm not convinced it's the best idea for them, so I keep reminding mom how bad he was as a puppy. He chewed on everything; books, walls, furniture, the pillars on the house, etc. Plus he was barky and nippy and he was always trying to get you to play with him. I swear that dog didn't learn to settle down until he was like 3.

I know all these things about Lacys, but know what I still really, really want? A Lacy. Sometimes I think I'm a sucker for punishment.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:10 PM
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Kind of....because I always think about how a dog without DA tendencies would suit my lifestyle SOOOOO much better, but then I think of how it's really a small sacrifice to make to live with such an awesome pit bull....but then I go to some kind of wild, rowdy dog event and question that, and so on.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:12 PM
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My list changes all the time. Luckily (or not so ) I have at least 5 years before I get to have a dog of my very own, unless I get lucky, so I've decided to not get my hopes up. But,as of now, I'm almost 100% certain that my next dog will be a Koolie. Preferably related to Traveler, because he sounds perfect to me.

I'll need a lot of time though to keep up with one, and experience most likely. My next two breeds that I'm waffling on are the English Shepherd and the Flat Coat Retriever
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:13 PM
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I do think about how I'd like to experience different breeds alot. Though, I too, like others have a breed I always go back to, which would be the Australian Shepherd.
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Old 07-27-2011, 08:14 PM
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Nope! My next dog is going to be a Vizsla and then the one after will be a Lab
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