Five Dog Breeds (Never want to own)
#31
I would more or less sum my list up like this...

If it looks like a furry football..
If I have to watch where I'm walking..
If the thing won't keep quiet..
If it leaves massive strands of drool on my couch..
If it has a short life span..

Also, poodles are a no no in my house ( Sorry guys ) My brother was attacked by one when he was a baby. The poodle actually tried to kill him but my dog Muffin got in the way and she ended up with a rip in her ear and some scratches on her.
I love Rotties and Pittys, and have no fear of them, as a matter of fact, the bigger the dog the better!!

Ash
Dogs come when their called.. Cats take a message and get back to you later!! - Unknown

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#32
I think its funny that nearly everyone has poodles on the list. My dad has a mini toy (yes, a mini toy) poodle. I trained her, took her to puppy school. She is very very intelligent, and the fastest dog in the class. She can run faster than even the BC's. But in saying that, I personally would never own one. Not because I dont like them, they are lovely dogs with good training, but I prefer a bigger dog personally, hence why I got a BC.

1. bull dog. Had a bad encounter with one, and a rotty, but I'm sure they are nice with good training.
2. Pitts, cos they slobber heaps!
3. Staffy. I personally think they are rather unattractive, bulked up dogs! My sister has one, she is lovely, but not nice to look at. Not something I would have around my house.
4. Yappy dogs!
5. cant think of any others Tongue Probably pocket pets (mini dogs)
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#33
AllieFay Wrote:I think its funny that nearly everyone has poodles on the list. My dad has a mini toy (yes, a mini toy) poodle. I trained her, took her to puppy school. She is very very intelligent, and the fastest dog in the class. She can run faster than even the BC's. But in saying that, I personally would never own one. Not because I dont like them, they are lovely dogs with good training, but I prefer a bigger dog personally, hence why I got a BC.

1. bull dog. Had a bad encounter with one, and a rotty, but I'm sure they are nice with good training.
2. Pitts, cos they slobber heaps!
3. Staffy. I personally think they are rather unattractive, bulked up dogs! My sister has one, she is lovely, but not nice to look at. Not something I would have around my house.
4. Yappy dogs!
5. cant think of any others Tongue Probably pocket pets (mini dogs)

You must have some slow BC's then because Poodles are not known for their speed.
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#34
LJS1993 Wrote:You must have some slow BC's then because Poodles are not known for their speed.

They can beat BCs at agility in this country.....admittedly its more the minis, but they have very deep chests and if you get one with the right attitude they go like...well...there are no polite metaphors I can think of at the moment!
Hannah
The only mistakes my dogs make are the ones I've taught them!
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#35
I'll help you out on this one Tassle.. They go like.. 'Ol Stink. >)
Dogs come when their called.. Cats take a message and get back to you later!! - Unknown

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#36
It's easy to dislike a breed of dog because you've met a badly trained one. I'm not a lover of Pekinese, because a neighbour had 3 completely sloppy ones, and they put me off.....but there's probably a nice one out there!
I'm not a big fan of Springer spaniels, because all the ones I know are workers, and knock you over with their energy- they really do spring!
I couldn't cope with a friend's British Bulldog, because his breathing worried me....he died at 6yrs, and they immediately got another....that's a worry rather than a dislike.
Staffies I quite like, but they're usually on a chain with a gangster look alike man on the end....it's the man rather than the dog I dislike!! /shocked
Pitt bulls are banned in the UK, so I've never met one......
No, I think it's the people rather than the breed, in most cases!
Jo.
Jo, Cumbria.
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#37
I loooooooooooooooooove staffies. SO Cute Smile
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#38
There was a lovely Staffie running loose down Main Street in town, in and out of the traffic.He'd no collar on, so no-one could catch him. All I had was a plastic carrier bag, so I fastened it round his neck so I could at least walk him to the local pet shop, away from traffic. People were saying "Mind! He'll bite you", which hadn't entered my head, but he was a big pussy cat really.
Of course, he belonged to a young lad who was trying to look "big". /waycool
It certainly looks big if there's a traffic accident... /shocked
Jo.
Jo, Cumbria.
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#39
I'm laughing at the fact that the baby name for cat has been deleted!
It's in 2 of the favourite nursery rhymes in infants' schools! /laughing
Wouldn't have thought that was a really bad word!!!
Jo.
Jo, Cumbria.
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#40
1. Labs - holy moly I can't stand labs! Every lab I've came across has no manners, is annoying and barks way too much
2. Yippy dogs - poms, minpins ect
3. Beagles :twisted: - I use to walk one regularly and I wanted to kill it! It couldn't even go for a walk, it HAD to sniff every cm of the ground, for 1 hour I got 1 block.
4. Blood Hounds - They're too noisy
5. Pug - they're not that bright
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