What breed is your dog(s)?

Discussion in 'Off-Topic & Chit Chat' started by freakylime, Sep 4, 2007.

  1. mopar53190 Well-Known Member

    I have a pembroke welsh corgi. My first corgi! I always had larger dogs; retreivers, irish setters, lab mixes. But this little dog brings me alot of joy. She is a big dog in a little dogs body!!!

  2. Jean Cote Administrator

    I love the ears on Corgis.. LOL
  3. neimadporter New Member

    my boys

    hi all. i currently have 2 siberian huskies. both mails, a choc and white one (ace), and a black and white one (buck).

    Am currently searching for a third, hopfully a pure white one.
  4. good_doggie New Member

    I have a shih-tzu white with brown ears and spots and a little splash of gold on its face.
  5. bdale777 New Member

    I have a Border Collie!!
  6. groover New Member

    i have a chocolate F2 labradoodle. he'll be 1 year old at the end of this month.

  7. biggi New Member

    My dog is probably a Bardino-Galgo-Collie-Mix (shes from Spain and lived on the street)
    Bardino (Perro de Ganado Majorero) is a breed which only lives on the Canary Islands, and my dog is from Teneriffa!
  8. bordeaux New Member

    I have a male dogue de bordeaux, Griffen and a female dogue de bordeaux X boxer , Madeline.
  9. szecsuani Experienced Member

    Pami is a crossbreed.
    I think this is why she is so healthy and clever! :D
  10. 4bella New Member

    I have a full blooded German Shepherd named "Bella".....she's very smart. At 4 months old she has already learned so many tricks. Some took only ten minutes to teach to her.She loves to learn.......sometimes, when she sits in front of me and looks at me it's almost as if she's saying.."teach me more":dogtongue2:
  11. szecsuani Experienced Member

    Love German shepherds forever!!! :)
  12. jeepdog New Member

    Grady considers himself a Australian Shepherd Mix. We had him DNA tested when we first adopted him and he came out to be a mix of Australian Shepherd, German Shepherd, St. Bernard and Basset Hound. Now we consider him a mixed-up breed.

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