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Basset is my 3rd fav dog behind pits and english bullys. very good choice.
6 month old woflie?
not my style, but whatever floats your boat cooter. very nice looking 'family' you got yourself there.
How bout a Goldendoodle. Golden retriever and Standard Poodle mix. Does not shed at all, great with everyone, smart and loves to play. Will be anywhere from 50-70lbs. This is my 5 month old Captain.
lol it looks fake. crazy.
Ha, I can assure you he's real
99% of Pit owners are trash. Bulldogs aren't far behind.
I hate pits, one of the stupidest animals on earth
I have met few good ones
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Do the right thing OP, rescue!
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
English Bulldog for sure. They are awesome.
Why is it the right thing to do? I understand the dog might die, but I hate the self righteous people who say rescuing dogs is the only way.
Regardless what dog you end up picking, you're going to thinks its awesome and the best breed of all time. A few years from now, you'l be on this board telling some other potential dog owner to buy whatever breed you chose.
The only wrong choice would be a "dog" less than 20 pounds, or a cat.
They make awesome dogs, keep feeding the puppy mills if you'd like but it only contributes to the filling if shelters.
Have to agree with this. I don't look down on people that don't rescue, but I believe that should be the first place you look. A lot of breeds are over bred these days so people can cash in on puppies. This does nothing but cause health problems for the breed.
ive owned three golden retrievers in my life and they dont bark at all and never have
shedding is something you will have to deal with regardless
my goldens have never had issues chewing - you must not know how to discipline a dog
tail - that goes for any full size dog
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Not if you get one mixed with a poodle...no shedding.
No offense, but I would rather slam my balls in a car door rather than get anything with poodle in it.
Ha, I felt the same way at first, the wife talked me into this breed. My dog is all golden in play and spirit, loves the water. The only poodle in him is his smarts and not shedding. He is by far the best dog I've ever had.
OP has 2 young children, I'm sure he has enough hospital bills already.
I just don't like the way they look. I've always liked straight hair..I really don't mind shedding. Friend has a labradoodle and I don't think it's a good looking dog.
1. Very true
2. I want the GS, wife wants retriever.
My English Bulldog was great. (She recently passed ) They're just too much upkeep.
Sorry to hear that. Had to put my puppy down this time last year because of seizures. She was only 7 months old. I've never been a fan of bulldogs. My two reasons are fvck UGA, and they breathe funny. My friend's was constantly snorting.
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