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Old 05-07-2007, 12:31 PM
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Cockers

Temperament of bad ones leading to stereotypes everyone is like that

Actual temperament issues of the badly bred ones the average owner purchases

Lot of barking lately...
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Old 05-07-2007, 02:01 PM
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Doberman Pinscher:
1. Bad reputation.. darn those evil dobies!

2. Exercise requirements... most of the rescues I've talked to agree that the majority of their dogs are turned in due to "WHOAH! That dog has way too much energy, let's get another puppy instead.."

3. Most people are unable to handle a dog that would probably die to protect you, a dog that thinks for itself...


Salukis (I will never have one.. I just admire from afar):


1. Exercise requirements. (As well as fencing requirements..)

2. Price and lack of availability.

3. Temperament. Most people want a "dog" dog, not a dog that's as "aloof" as a cat. Not that Salukis aren't loving to their family, but they have less of a "I will do anything to be with you" temperament tha, say, Labradors.
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:45 PM
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1. Excercise requirements (and their destruction if those excercise requirements are not met)

2. Independent, stubborn and dominant nature (can make them more difficult to train and because of that people deem them to be "stupid")

3. When they blow coat its a lot of hair everywhere!
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Papillons:

1) The toy dog stereotype- small dogs, breakable, evil, barky, nippy, etc. Not true remotely imo- except the fact they're small.
2) They have a reputation for barking.
3) Too much energy and too intelligent for many people. These dogs need stimulation.

Shelties:

1) They bark A LOT
2) They shed everywhere
3) Too small for many people's taste
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Old 05-07-2007, 03:59 PM
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Extreme defensive temperament (my vet refers to them lovingly as "alligators with fur.")
No true Fila will ever hold an obedience title, lol!
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Old 05-07-2007, 04:38 PM
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Quote:
Doberman Pinscher:
1. Bad reputation.. darn those evil dobies!

2. Exercise requirements... most of the rescues I've talked to agree that the majority of their dogs are turned in due to "WHOAH! That dog has way too much energy, let's get another puppy instead.."

3. Most people are unable to handle a dog that would probably die to protect you, a dog that thinks for itself...
What Noludoru said.

Chihuahuas: Not the most popular, but unfortunately, quite popular.

Will get stepped on. (they could, but they are amazing how they learn to watch out for big feet)

Yap too much (they certainly have good lung volume and are superb watch dogs. But a lot of that can be tempered by training)

Nasty, ill tempered little ankle biters. (that's just B.S. Any dog can be that way when mishandled. They actually can have lovely little temperaments)

Not real dogs. (heh, heh) (translation: small)
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Pembroke Welsh Corgis:

1. THEY NEVER SHUT UP!!

2. Shedding

3. Need for mental/physical stimulation
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ACD/GSD/BC/Husky/somethingoranother...

Insanity, I mean exercise requirements. Buster rollerbladed 4 miles yesterday, came home with a sore paw, then insisted on playing chase and tug in the back yard.

Dog issues... ACDs and GSDs in particular are sometimes dog agressive.

Stubbornness. Sure, he's smart but if he does not want to "come" he does not come.
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Belgian Shepherds(Tervuren variety)

1- They require an obseen amount of socializing to different scenarios

2- They can be wither Extremely Shy or Extremely Aggresive without proper socializing..

3- Some lines can be Epileptic or have elbow dysplasia

I'm GLAD this breed isn't popular and would like it to stay that way.
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Old 05-07-2007, 06:10 PM
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Chinese Shar-Pei (Max was half that)

1. very Independent
2. MANY health problems
3. Some aggression problems, dog aggression


Max was not really any of those things except some what dog aggressive but i contribute that to lack of socialization.
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