Favorite Breeds

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GitaBooks
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Re: Favorite Breeds

Postby GitaBooks » Mon Feb 08, 2016 7:25 pm

I love the Gundog breed group. All of them love to spend time with their people. We've always had Gundog mixes (besides our Maltese mix) until we got Epsilon, our Australian Shepherd mix. Very, very, very different from all of our other dogs. Far more intense and without his 5 or so walks a day he would become very fixated and obsessed. That herding instinct is as strong in him as in any pure Shepherd dog too. Still, he's very sweet and loving when he isn't trying to control the world and put it all into order. icon-smile
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Re: Favorite Breeds

Postby caninesrock » Tue Jun 07, 2016 6:01 pm

Oh gosh, you opened up a can of worms with me here. As someone who owns like 10 Dog breed enclyopedia, frequently look up rare and/or pariah type dog breeds on the internet, and follows breeds that are still developing this list is huge. :lol:


Siberian Husky:
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Alaskan Malamute:
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German Shepherd:
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Belgian Malinois
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Australian Cattle Dog
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Australian Kelpie
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Canaan Dog
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Carolina Dog
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Basenji
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Mexican Hairless Dog
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Peruvian Hairless Dog
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New Guinea Singing Dog (though I personally consider them a wild dog more like the dingo that should be their own species or atleast subspecies and in fact, some scientists do recognized them as such, Canis lupus halistromi, previously Canis familiaris halistromi)
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Canadian Inuit Dog
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Greenland Dog
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Czechoslovakian Wolfdog
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Saarloos Wolfhond
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Koolie
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Jindo Dog
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Indian Pariah Dog
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Nureongi
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Chinook
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Alaskan Husky
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Bohemian Shepherd
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East European Shepherd
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King Shepherd
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Shiloh Shepherd
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American Alsatian
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Seppala Siberian Sled Dog
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Labrador Husky
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Belgian Shepherd (Tervuren)
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Belgian Shepherd (Groenendael)
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Dutch Shepherd
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Mudi
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Croatian Sheepdog
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English Shepherd
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Leonberger
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Altdeutsche Schäferhunde (Old German Shepherd or Old German Herding Dog)
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Can de Palleiro (Galician Shepherd Dog)
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Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog
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Basque Shepherd
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Berger Blanc Suisse (White Swiss Shepherd)
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Carea Leonés (Leonese Shepherd)
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Catahoula Leopard Dog
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Garafian Shepherd
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Lapponian Herder
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McNab Dog
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Welsh Sheepdog
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American White Shepherd Dog
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Podengo Portuguese
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Aspins(Askals)
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Telomian
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Thai Ridgeback
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Samoyed
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Sakhalin Husky(Karafuto Ken)(Breed might be extinct now)
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Karelian Bear Dog
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West Siberian Laika
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Swedish Elkhound(Jamthund)
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Norwegian Elkhound
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Hokkaido Dog
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Shikoku Dog
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Kintamani Dog
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Pungsan Dog
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Bali Dog
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Alopekis
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Thai Dog/ Thai Dingo
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Thai Bangkaew
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Formosan Dog
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Sulimov Dog
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Kunming Dog
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American Tundra Shepherd
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Lupo Italiano
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Tamaskan
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Blue Bay Shepherd
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Hierran Wolfdog (Perro Lobo Herreño)
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Kawakami Inu
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Cane Lupino del Gigante
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Northern Inuit Dog
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Utonagan
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Alaskan Noble Companion Dog
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Hedlund Husky
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Pakistani Shepherd Dog
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Mackenzie River Husky
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Native American Indian Dog
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Svensk Varghund
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American Indian Dog
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Scotch Collie/Farm Collie (Not really a breed persay, but a type of Rough Collie bred for work rather than show or any kind of uniform appearance)
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Speaking of, Working-type Irish Setters are also quite nice looking compare to their gross show-type relatives:
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Also quite nice are the working type Australian Shepherds which look similiar to Border Collies(though showline Australian Shepherds are alright too):
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And the working type Border Collie:
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I also like wolfdogs and coydogs, but since those aren't actual breeds since they can be between any mix of dog or wolf or coyote types, I'll spare you pics of those. Lol. :lol:


And finally, the only dog breed I've actually owned on this list (though my aunt does now have a German Shepherd that I see sometimes):
Boxer
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Also, bonus, some cool extinct breeds:
Hare Indian Dog(thought to be a domestic form of the coyote)
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Fuegian Dog (extinct domesticated form of the culpeo)
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Exotic Wishlist: high content wolfdog or wolf,low to mid content wolfdog, Coyote, Coydog, Black-backed Jackal, New Guinea Singing Dog, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Mink, Raccoon, Coati,and Kinkajou.

Domestic Wishlist: dogs, cats, ferrets, donkey, mule
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Re: Favorite Breeds

Postby OceanFox » Fri Feb 10, 2017 2:44 pm

I know this is an old thread, but i just wanted to say my favorite dog breed/hybrid is the borderdoodle (F1, this color pattern or with more brown)
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Re: Favorite Breeds

Postby Peacefulward » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:06 pm

Husky
Malamute
Keeshond
Alaskan Klee-Kai
Finnish Spitz
Samoyed
Australian Shepherd
Australian Cattle Dog
German Shepherd
Leonburger
Shiba Inu
Japanese Akita
Affenpincscher
Brussels Griffon
Blue Bay Shepherd (if this counts as a breed)
5 Dogs, 2 cats, 1 leopard gecko, 1 guinea pig, 1 axolotl, and a coatimundi currently in my family. :)

Exotic "wishlist": red fox, mink, bat eared fox, jerboa, lemur (brown or white ruffed), egyptian fruit bat.
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Re: Favorite Breeds

Postby DoggieWoof » Sun Apr 02, 2017 4:25 pm

One of my favorite breeds is Corgi because of their high energy and loving personality and not to mention their fur :) :)

One of the most fascinating things about corgis is that they are actually athletic dogs! (Source: http://mysweetpuppy.net/facts-about-corgis/)

I wouldn't believe it if I hadn't have a chance to play with my friends corgi.. They are able to jump so high and are very ery endurant when it comes to running and walking :)

I will probably get a corgi puppy sometimes soon and hopefully he is going to be the most energetic pup ever because I want my corgi to be restless when it comes to hugging me and playing with me! :)

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