Discussion in 'Dog Breeds' started by southerngirl, Apr 25, 2014.
Oh, it turned small. Let me know if it is too small and I'll see if I can get a bigger pic.
LOL I'm sorry but I think you'll have to post another, I just clicked it to see if it would come up larger and it took me to a link that had schipperke in the address...
Congratulations to the winners!!!!!!!!! Hey '6' you pinched my guess - but I'm late - been sick due to drinking tap water
LOL I did the same thing!!!!!!!!!!
I did the same thing too!
Hope you feeling better now...
Haha, I'll think of a different breed then. And I'll make sure to save it under a different name .
It was a schipperke. I think they are a really cool little breed. The next time I get a small dog (the next dog I get will be medium, but will probably get more smalls some time in the future) might be a schipperke (there are a few other potential breeds though, it is definitely in the top 5).
Here it is:
The nose of another breed that I rather like
Feeling much better today thank you Ate my first day of 'full meals', feel bloated but otherwise fine!
They're great dogs! Little dogs with Big Dog attitudes! Love the photo too, really shows off the Schipperke!
Hum, do we start thinking 'small dog' as it's another breed you like?
I think they are cracking little dogs, they look like they have so much spark! Good choice to have in your top 5!
I don't think this looks a small dog... might be wrong...! Looks a bit houndish... Rough coated? Red coated? Reminds me of Karmel - Dogcrazy's dog, but I don't think it is. I think we are looking for a medium sized houndlike dog but not sure what...
All Yorkshire terriers I see have black noses - I think it is because they are basically black and tan not the brown/liver that I think this nose colour is associated with... not sure about that though.
My first thought was otterhound but then I remembered that the dogs I think otterhound for always turn out to be something else so I'm opting for a wirehaired vizsla.
Vizsla!!! That is a very good guess... I didn't think of a wirehaired vizsla!
You guys got that one way faster than I thought!
It is a ..... wirehaired vizsla
I'm a bit partial to scruffy dogs (like Holly, her face has sooo much character). I haven't met a wirehaired vizsla yet but I have met a couple of the smooth variety (they are becoming very popular here). They definitely need work but they seem like great dogs. Another breed I might consider for my next dog if I want a real challenge. Being a working breed they should be good at sport, although the weim that I know is perhaps a little too big for agility and is definitely a challenge in obedience, very different to the herding breeds that most have.
Your turn running_dog.
Congratulations Running Dog!
"6" Working dogs are fine, just so long as you give them plenty of 'work', both physical and mental. And the way you work with Holly & Co. you'd be a grand companion for a working breed!
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