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leaning toward a German Shepard or Golden Retriever. I'm open to other breeds. I also have a one year old, and the dog could possibly stay in the house. Advice, suggestions, and opinions appreciated.
Do yourself a favor and go with neither. Lol
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Have a 6-year old Doberman and my 3-year old absolutely loves him. Best dog out there IMO.
When I was younger we had Doberman's as well, very good dog for kids. They will be very protective of your kids if they grow up together.
Get him a direwolf
They are mad loyal
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as much as I love pits I don't know that I'd recommend one for the first dog and a 3 yr old and 1 yr old.
very high energy and very hard headed puppies don't always mix well with small children.
I had two German Shepherds when my daughter was born and they were great with her. The older dog would let my daughter poke her in the eyes, nose, ears, and dig in her mouth (this was when she was going thought the whole where is you eyes...ect. phase). My daughter would lay on top of my dog and she would just lay there. My younger one avoided her like the plague when she was younger but once he figured out that she would play with him for hours (she was right around 2) he never left her alone. He always slept in her bed and followed her around. Both dogs were extremely protective of her. I have even known GS that herd the family kids away from the street when they are outside.
My basset hound is awesome with young kids.
Hellacious personalities they have. Will keep you entertained.
They feature bursts of energy, around a lot of chilling out.
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Lab. Either yellow or chocolate.
I prefer black. Labs are the way to go IMO.
Honestly you should rescue a dog. You can get a dog that's already house trained(why would you want to try to break a dog and chase 2 kids around?) they are very loyal as they seem to know what you're doing for them and you can play with them and know what kind of dog they are before you pick one.
Cocker Spaniel... I've had 2 and love them. Super friendly with kids and will play all day long.
1. If youre buying your 3 year old a dog, youre buying yourself and know it
2. Golden retriever all day. Flawless family dog
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Yep. That's what I'm doing in a couple of months. Never met a bad rescue.
best dog out there
^this. Labs are the most common dogs for a reason.
Bark too much
chew on everything
tail knocks over everything
same for labs.
I like lab puppies but after that Im not a fan
I like big dogs
I've had a lab around 100lbs and most were 75 lbs on average. No idea what you consider a "big dog".
Something like this
I've always liked really big dogs too, but their life expectancy is too short. Would kill me to lose a dog in 6-8 years.
Yeah Im mostly joking, really I just prefer smart dogs
I can't stand dumb ass dogs like Pits and others
My mom bred labs when I was little and I just got tired of them I guess
They are cute puppies though I remember that much, that was my favorite part
Isn't that one of those Bear dogs from Kazakhstan or something?
I don't know but I want one badly
Could you imagine the shits they take ? those turds are probably the size of a golf cart
Basset is my 3rd fav dog behind pits and english bullys. very good choice.
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