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Old 04-26-2012, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Kat09Tails View Post
If it ever happens and I decide it's time for an 8th dog hahahaha I'll let someone roll me to the nut house.
Especially if it's anything like Mia... then you definitely need to be put in a nut house.

Actually I'll be super jealous if you get a Monkey pup. I'd kill for another papillon that is anything like mia. She's so neat.

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Old 04-26-2012, 10:58 PM
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Let's see...

Some of my favorite Shar Pei

This is a member on the Shar Pei forum I frequent and I just love her dogs...

Jovi is my favorite...

This is their boy Zephyr...a sexy beast

Both these guys were bred by Gumby's Chinese Shar Pei in Canada.

For Basenjis

I love Watson's dad Sam

Sam is the first picture on this page...
Bow before my Basenji Overlord and Master! Pay homage to the Peiby Goddess!

A gold brick wrapped with a twist of lemon...

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Old 04-26-2012, 11:04 PM
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In general, I love all of Laura's Labs, but Jake is my favorite- probably because he reminds me of Caleb a lot (I jokingly call him Caleb's black twin).

Another favorite of mine is Corey Anger's Bravo.

And my other favorite Lab is Buzz.
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Old 04-26-2012, 11:13 PM
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Not like I'm biased or anything... but Auggie's dad, Raleigh. I just love him. And now he's getting to be an old grampy guy, I love him even more 'cause he's a total snuggle-buggle. Eeeeee <3
And I love that his picture is still on the AKC website on the herding events page haha.

And Auggie's grandma/Pepper and Payton's great-grandma, Georgia. She's just... she just is. She's such a special dog. I love her so much. Those are the genes that made me want Payton as much as I did. Because I know that dog, and I know the dogs (like Auggie's dad) she's produced, and I wanted that in my dog again.

Auggie - The Flash RN NAJ MXP MJP CGC
Payton - Sharp Dressed Man NA NAJ NF CGC
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& the pest, Georgie - Peach Pudding N Pie OA AXJ
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Old 04-27-2012, 02:56 AM
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for block headed bulldogs, i like double grand champion tornado & don mayfield's tudor bred dog nigger, but one of my all time favorites is patricks red baby i got to stop now or i'll put up pics of about 50 good bulldogs

blackmouth curs- ben, randy & bounty hunter

plotts- i like smithdeals nigger but i can't find a pic of him

leopard cowdogs- i like doug masons chili, creole & daisy blue

i like the mt curs townsend dunlavey produces (except for being open on track) especially his bitch sugar & his tiger dog. can't find any pics though.

i like the crossbred curs from Larry Parker, Mike Christman & Amy Kovac
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Old 04-27-2012, 03:58 AM
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For Salukis, of course I'm partial to my boy Bukra Even though his head is not "show quality," it's functional and that's the most important part! The rest of his conformation is perfect.. He's got gorgeous movement, too!

But this bitch, Bukra's cousin, is, to me... just flat out STUNNING. She is one of a handful of dogs who are both conformation Grand Champions and open field coursing Champions. Her name is Hermione, and I had the pleasure of handling her at her very first hunt (which also happened to be MY very first hunt!). <3 <3 <3 her!!

For APBTs... Hmm. That one is not so easy!
I am partial to my pup Zealand's sire, Danger..

And I really love Be R's Simba..

This is my favourite picture of him... Absolutely PERFECT, imo. He is 1 year old here

At 3 years old.. Still a darn good lookin dog!!
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:35 AM
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This big chocolate boy, Dauber is my favorite lab...BISS Ch Wilcare Leisure Suit Larry JH WC.
I am looking at litters right now and will be getting a Dauber pup to show in the spring.
He's stunning and *perfect*.
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Old 04-27-2012, 09:15 AM
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I am really particular about temperament and personality and I don't know too many dogs that fit what I like/want in a GSD (I want social but not too friendly and I like aggression that is not overdone - I don't want a constantly suspicious dog, just one that would meet a threat with power if it happened). I like a more serious dog that is also really flashy/sporty. Physically, I like my GSDs to be moderate in size and more square. I like them to look big (have good bone) but be a decent size (70 lbs-ish is ideal) to be able to do the work (and show the flash I like). I like more square heads without being overdone as well. I also demand that my dogs be jack-of-all-trades.

My pup's sire is one of my favorites to look at - I don't "know" him so I have no idea if his temperament/personality would suit me.

Luckily, Kastle is near to perfect in his personality/temperament (I wish he was a smidge more level-headed and calm sometimes...) and might be perfect when he's older (he's not quite one year yet). Plus, he has the build I love but he's a long coat...which was a huge bummer for me for awhile but I've since gotten over it.

IF I were to ever get a showline dog (highly doubtful), I like my friend Lies' dog, Nikon. I like his personality/temperament towards her and his work a LOT and it would definitely suit me. I wish he were a tad less grumpy and a tad less lazy LOL But, he has some physical limitations that probably add to that. Overall, if he were mine, I would be thrilled, I also love his structure and I generally do not like showline dogs much (they all look alike and are WAY over-sized in my opinioin). He's also very versatile and does a number of sports.

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Old 04-27-2012, 01:16 PM
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Desoto it pretty well my kind of aussie. I see a lot around here that look almost like border collies, very long legged and lighter in build. I like a stockier well muscled aussie.

I also like this little red girl, if I was in a place to get another aussie right now I would be sorely tempted to get a 'Henna' pup this summer

I am still on the search for a collie/breeder that I really like, so far they all fall short of what I want

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Old 04-27-2012, 01:32 PM
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And her brother Fender:

Bazinga, Zip Tie, Zuma, Taboo
Envy, Edgar, Mighty Mouse, Famous
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