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31 / F / San Francisco
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Posted 9/6/17
Introducing:

Tickle - 5 year Old Mini Yorkie Poodle - Born on Halloween - Enjoys Peanut Butter and Cauliflower - Female

Pasha - 4 year Old Teacup Poodle - Born on Thanks Giving - Enjoys Green Leafs and Roti - Female

Eby - 3 year Old Great Dane - Born on Christmas - Enjoys Peanut Butter and Chickpeas - Female




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Border Collie
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30 / M / Sacramento, CA
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SunSinner wrote:

Introducing:

Tickle - 5 year Old Mini Yorkie Poodle - Born on Halloween - Enjoys Peanut Butter and Cauliflower - Female

Pasha - 4 year Old Teacup Poodle - Born on Thanks Giving - Enjoys Green Leafs and Roti - Female

Eby - 3 year Old Great Dane - Born on Christmas - Enjoys Peanut Butter and Chickpeas - Female


Wow. All of them were born on holidays? And all of the good holidays too. That's cool. One of my dogs is a Christmas pup too, but he's turning 9 this year.
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Labrador
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Black lab mutt.

Got her from a humane society in 2008.

Now she's about 11 years old and is having stomach and hip issues.
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We have guard dogs that are Czech working-line German Shepherds. So like a German Shepherd on steroids with straight backs, stocky bodies and they're bigger. They are quite popular in the US now but not in the UK. Ours are imported from Czech Republic. You can see the difference between the two in the pics. They make great pets and love guarding, they just patrol around and look beautiful doing it

My dog's a German Shepherd of East-German stock. As I understand it, the heavily sloped back (and hip problems) associated with the breed largely came about through overbreeding in the United States when they surged in popularity. Genetic lines in East Germany (and other parts of Eastern Europe) were isolated from the overbreeding practices due to being part of the Soviet Bloc.

My girl's actually a bit on the small end (she was the runt of her litter) for a regular GSD, but with the straighter back associated with GSDs from behind the iron curtain. Scary smart though, basically all her ancestors had at least the masters level of schutzhund training.
Posted 9/7/17
He's imaginary. I can't exactly say what breed he is.
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iriomote wrote:


Rinnybean wrote:

We have guard dogs that are Czech working-line German Shepherds. So like a German Shepherd on steroids with straight backs, stocky bodies and they're bigger. They are quite popular in the US now but not in the UK. Ours are imported from Czech Republic. You can see the difference between the two in the pics. They make great pets and love guarding, they just patrol around and look beautiful doing it

My dog's a German Shepherd of East-German stock. As I understand it, the heavily sloped back (and hip problems) associated with the breed largely came about through overbreeding in the United States when they surged in popularity. Genetic lines in East Germany (and other parts of Eastern Europe) were isolated from the overbreeding practices due to being part of the Soviet Bloc.

My girl's actually a bit on the small end (she was the runt of her litter) for a regular GSD, but with the straighter back associated with GSDs from behind the iron curtain. Scary smart though, basically all her ancestors had at least the masters level of schutzhund training.


Yeah true that sloping back type is now referred to as a "show line" GSD and I will be staying clear of the breed from now on. East/Czech lines all the way lol Yup they are incredibly intelligent and make formidable guard dogs.
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Those were some great dog pictures. I haven't got a dog now. I grew up mostly with mutts They have great constitutions. They got along well with our cats. 3 of them came from the local animal shelter.
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A Chiweenie and I had a Cocker Spaniel, but he passed away recently.

The next breeds I want are a Doberman and maybe a YorkiePoo or a Teacup poodle.
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This is Prim , when I adopted her all I got from the agency was "She a Alberta Special" . My best guess is thats she's a shepherd/Colli mix

For anyone who doesn't know an Alberta special is just what they call the stray cross breed dogs they pick up out of the city within the province of Alberta.
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28 / M / Northern Ireland
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Golden Retriever/Springer Spaniel mix called Murphy.

Ended up looking like a slightly wavy black lab with a white chest patch and spaniel ears. He's a solid big eejit at about 90lbs and it's pretty obvious his parents were gun dogs as he always needs to be carrying something and hunts small animals fairly regularly.
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Cat.
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27 / F / Alberta, Canada
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I have a miniature Australian Shepherd, she's black furred with splashes of white (looks like she got into cookies and cream). I've had her for three years now, best random thing I've done
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28 / F / Canada
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i miss having a dog, i can't wait until i own a dog again. i grew up with big dogs, Sheppard mixes specifically, like a German Sheppard/golden lab, king Sheppard/husky/wolf, and a king Sheppard/border collie. i live in an apartment with a cat [and a fiance but i don't think thats a pet lol] but if i could i wouldn't mind having some medium sized mutt.
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