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    awwwww.... ... every one I've met is like that! they want your attention and love and will drape themselves over you in order to get it
    The nuzzle thing but pushy right? hehe so cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow View Post
    The nuzzle thing but pushy right? hehe so cute.
    there's something absolutely adorably forgivable about a dog shoving it's nose in the way of what you're doing because it just wants for you to pet it and show it some love!
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    I don't think there is any other dog that has done more for mankind than the german shepherd. They're natural shepherd dogs, they help the blind, they sniff drugs, they're in the military; there's no field this dog can't be found in. They were bred in World War I from wolf hybrid, which explains their sharp instinct and their appearance. I think they look more similar to wolves than huskies since huskies are bulkier and have more of a bear snout, but german shepherds are long and lean like a wolf. If they were gray/white, people would mistaken them for one.

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    American Cocker Spaniel


    English Cocker Spaniel


    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel


    Welsh Springer Spaniel


    Gordon Setter


    Scottish Terrier


    Cairn Terrier


    West Highland White Terrier


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    there's something absolutely adorably forgivable about a dog shoving it's nose in the way of what you're doing because it just wants for you to pet it and show it some love!
    That reminds me of when I was younger. Our neighbor dog used to love to play catch and when me and my dad were working on a car in the driveway he used walk up and place the ball on top of our hands. I decided it would be a good idea to utilize a tennis racket to play catch. After 2 or 3 hits he had to take a 15 minute break...lol.
    Im out, its been fun

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    American Cocker



    Yellow Lab



    Collie



    Shetland Sheepdog



    Springer Spaniel



    Husky


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    Quote Originally Posted by _Poki_ View Post
    That reminds me of when I was younger. Our neighbor dog used to love to play catch and when me and my dad were working on a car in the driveway he used walk up and place the ball on top of our hands. I decided it would be a good idea to utilize a tennis racket to play catch. After 2 or 3 hits he had to take a 15 minute break...lol.
    awww... you wore the poor thing out!

    they're so INSISTING sometimes!
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    I pretty much adore ALL dogs

    I grew up with giant airedale terriers... we had one who weighed around 135 they were working dogs on the farm and enjoyed nothing more than making sure that the sheep stayed where they should and that my sis and I were well protected



    I've somewhat developed a fondness for rottweilers over the past 10 or so years because all of the one's I've met have been so adorable, laid back, large and sweet... and they tend to terrify intruders as well I plan on getting one once I have some more time to devote to it



    I tend to like big, drooly dogs
    My roommate's family owns an airedale. The thing is a beast! The way it looks at me reminds me of this scene:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9S41Kplsbs"]Doll's eyes[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    My roommate's family owns an airedale. The thing is a beast! The way it looks at me reminds me of this scene:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9S41Kplsbs"]Doll's eyes[/YOUTUBE]
    if you've ever seen one decide that something needed to die you'd DEFINITELY think of that! ours used to hunt raccoons and kill them with a single bite to the head... big ones... we always made sure to stay on their good sides because they are big, strong dogs
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    I love long eared silky dogs, like..
    English Cockers

    Gordon Setters

    and also sleek, sharp dogs...
    Dobermans

    English Pointers

    and others...
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