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Old 04-24-2012, 03:47 PM
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Although I love Liberty...I don't know if I would seek out another Coton de Tulear. His personality is great: smart as a whip, biddable, trainable, and very athletic, but he's just so LITTLE. After having larger dogs, I am finding that I really appreciate the more durable nature of my big guys. Especially living fairly rurally, I don't have to worry about them as much with yotes/hawks/etc.

German Shepherd: I could definitely see myself with another shepherd, but I don't know that I would go through rescue again. Mammoth is my best buddy, but when I really think objectively about his temperament...eh. I love the way he is with me and my family, but if he weren't old and blind I think we would have dog/dog or Mammoth/stranger conflicts fairly regularly.

I'm sure houlas are more obvious! That will hopefully be my pup as I transition to more independent living!
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Old 04-24-2012, 04:21 PM
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Rough Collie .. absolutely!

Papillon/Papillon mix/whatever Seamus is, not so much. I love Seamus to bits but I don't think the breed/mix is a great fit for me.
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Old 04-24-2012, 04:39 PM
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Collie's shed heavy and even though I don't mind grooming it does take up alot of time and Collie's are very vocal dogs lol!
A smoothie would help ni the shedding department, but they're still very vocal dogs lol!
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A random perfect creature from a rescue? Yes
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Old 04-24-2012, 04:51 PM
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Springers - it would have to be an exceptionally special dog for me to consider It. Taz is perfect but not what I would go looking for again.

JRT- maybe. I really like Taz/Fudges size. If I could get a JRT on stilts then yes lol.

If I could find another Fudge i would snap it up in an instant although Fudge is one in a million so ...

Lab- a nice working bred lab perhaps.

Newfoundland- hell would freeze over first.

An Aura- God yes!! This little dog is so much fun!!
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Old 04-24-2012, 05:01 PM
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Yes yes yes YES!!! I am so totally in love with my GSD and his temperament. I also say yes to my amazing Cardigan Corgi. I believe I will always have one of each. I adore Jason's BC pup and could see myself with a BC later on.

Labs, maybe again someday but doubtful - I do not enjoy dogs that like everyone all that much.

Dutch Shepherd - I would love to but I was so torn up over my last I would need to KNOW it was stable..so doubtful, really doubtful.

Pit Bull - they are AWESOME but I can't stand the hair, it sticks in everything.
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Old 04-24-2012, 05:16 PM
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Chihuahuas- absolutely! They fit me perfectly in every way, and I always want at least 2 or 3 of them!

Border Collies- probably. I only want one 'big dog' at a time and there are other breeds I'm interested in as well. So maybe not as my next bigger dog, but some time in the future.
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Old 04-24-2012, 05:30 PM
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Hmmm...

Of the breeds I have had in my life...

English cockers...I have to say yes. I won't go out of my way to find one, but I would never say no if the right one fell into my life

I feel the same way about American cockers...

Collie...maybe a smooth if it was a very special dog.

Basenji...most definitely. I would love to own another senji monster The breed seems to have that effect on people...they make your sanity lapse and want another.

Shar pei...I think I will have another despite the health problems that occur in the breed the personality of all the ones I have known makes up for it in spades.
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For value of interest I'll start with my previous breeds(non-fosters) and move forward:

German Shorthaired Pointer: Positively!
Wheaten terrier: Nope.
Rat terrier: Positively.
Pit bull: Only for the right one.
Malinois: Without fail.
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I will always always own a papillon until I die, no questions asked. It's not even an option any other way.

Previous breeds:
GSD: not likely
Lab: No
Sheltie: Probably will
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