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dog breeds

  1. M

    Considering another dog.

    Thinking about a dog for myself and my husband who needs to get out and exercise. I'll either go to a CKC breeder or I'll adopt from a shelter. The way the dog looks doesn't matter. My only specifications are that they are not too energetic, like a Border Collie or a Jack Russell (although I...
  2. S

    What is the best kind of dog for an autistic person?

    So I like to get a dog one day a large breed I can't have one right now cuz it where I live the top two breed I want is either I want Rottweiler or Golden Retriever I'm sure some of you might have heard the story about the autistic boy who had a Golden Retriever as a service dog almost...
  3. Ameriblush

    I Found A Dog Breeds Wiki!

    I noticed that there was a distinct lack of a true dog wiki out there in the style of the FANDOM Wikia website. I found a wiki that has been dead for 3 years now, and I decided to take it upon myself to make it active again!!! I'm not sure if this is proper place to go, but I'm willing to ask...
  4. Ste11aeres

    Dog Lovers: Do you love a breed which is not for everyone?

    http://www.realpitbull.com/notforeveryone.html Taken from the website linked above: Studying breed trends over the course of the 20th century, there is a clear pattern that shows popularity for any breed is extremely detrimental. Popularity manifests itself in a variety of problematic ways...
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