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Razcox
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20-11-2008, 11:00 AM
Ok here is my top 5 . .

1) Northern Inuit - I love my girl and the others i have met. Hope to get another one next year maybe . .

2) Siberian Husky - Again i love my old girl and would happliy get another one!

3) Beagle - My OH is mad about these and its rubbed off on me now. I love the fact they really are merry little hounds.

4) White GSD - Had a love affair with these ever since i was little.

5) Greyhound - I love lurchers as well but would like to have a greyhound as well.

My OH would prob add a Dobe to that list as well!
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20-11-2008, 11:04 AM
1.CKCS- They are friendly,loving,and affectionate and Great dogs to live with

2. Beagle- I just love the look of them, and i meet one once and he was soo friendly would love to own one one day.

3. Golden retriever- I love dogs that love water, and i love the look of them and their lovely personalitys

4. Australian shepherd- They look they a great breed to own, and are good agility dogs, i did meet one once at a dog show and he was the cutest thing.

5. Boston terrier- They look like they are so full of character i think if i owned one of these they would be great fun.
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catsta2001
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20-11-2008, 11:05 AM
Doberman
Rottie
White GSD
British Bull Dog
Hungarian Puli

Why...........I just love the look of them all.
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Fernsmum
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20-11-2008, 11:12 AM
Whippet - they are the most gentle kind non aggressive dogs you could ever meet ( I have 3)

Lurcher - very nice dogs , lots of energy , great with children and kind too ( I have 1)

Poodle - what people probably don't realise they are proper little dogs who just happen to be poodles . They are intelligent , brave and probably my best description would be that they are like terriers . I have a puppy and she is great fun

Bedlington terrier - I have never had one but like the look of them and also what I have read about them

Jack Russel Terrier - Never had one but I think I would like one
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20-11-2008, 12:16 PM
Dobermann - No surprise there I just love 'em they suit my personality and lifestyle to a T Have 3 but I'm sure I could squeeze in one more without to much trouble from the OH. Big, boisterous, loving, loyal, intelligent, gobby comedians.

Boxers - Had 'em in the past and love everything about them.

Rottie - was under serious consideration before the Dobermanns but sorry guys my heart is now firmly with the Dobies.

Parson Russells - Again it's a breed I've had before and I have to have a terrier in the mix to keep me on my toes.

Pug - A new addition to the list, but after puppy training a friends and borrowing her from time to time, there is definitely one on my wish list.
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20-11-2008, 12:23 PM
1. Pug - Just completely perfect little people!

2. Basenji - Stunning, Elegant, loyal, intelligent etc etc etc lol

3. Labrador - You cant not love them.

4. Husky

5. Hamiltonstovare
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elaineb
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20-11-2008, 12:24 PM
Newfoundland I have always wanted one, but not much chance now...unless we win the lottery
Springer Spaniel I love their enthusiasm for life
Cocker Spaniel I had a CS (Cassie) and she was so lovely would love another one.
Beagle Just because I think they are cute
and lastly..... Border Collie I can't leave them out and the same with Boxers

Elaine xx
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20-11-2008, 12:28 PM
Setters! will put the Irish, English and Gordon together as otherwise that's three of my five gone - I just could NEVER be without one of these ever in my life

English Springer Spaniel had one as a child and still love their nature

Boston Terrier met one at ringcraft and she is such a cutey

English Pointer always loved them - seem to regal looking

Flatcoat Retriever and/or Large Munsterlander sorry had to sneak both in - the FCR fits just like a setter in its personality so would be happy to have one - and think the LM is just lovely

Am sure there are many more but those are the 5 (8 ) that are at the front - the Boston being the odd one out as all gundogs just realised!
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20-11-2008, 12:31 PM
GSD
Rottie
NI
Collie
malamute

just because they all have great looks and characters
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Stevel
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20-11-2008, 12:34 PM
Bit of a boring list for me

1: Clumber Spaniel: Got two now and they are just so full of character.

2: English Springer Spaniel Working type. I have had springers & cockers all my life and they just keep you alive.

3: Cocker Spaniel Working type. As springer.

4: Labrador A lovely dark fox red one. mmmmmmm

5: MORE CLUMBERS

Steve
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