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If you were a dog, what breed would you be?

Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Josie, Nov 19, 2018.

  1. Josie

    Josie Administrator Administrator Registered

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    They say owners are like they're dogs and I think it's true!

    I am defiantly like a Labrador - I moult ALL of the time, I love food and I do occasionally dribble :p
     
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    Me..Love good food , short tempered, loner, very loyal , gets bored easily... Not complicated or high maintenance.

    I think I would be an Akita.... they are described as loyal and affectionate to the family, however not particularly fond of strangers.
     
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    probably a poodle. im not fond of them but i am smart, high strung, affectionate with strangers, and a bit neurotic. i also have crazy hair.
     
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    Probably a terrier - my hackles can rise quite easily, and when I encounter a problem, I'll work at it like a dog with a bone. Though maybe that's just compared to OH, who would be a deerhound. When confronted with a problem he will put it on the backburner, chill on the sofa, and wait for it to magically become a non-problem. Until I either sort it out myself or nag him to a point where doing something about it is the less painful option.
     
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    BCD3C46A-BD9B-4CAB-AF77-4C59313A49FE.jpeg I’d be either of these two as they have a trouble free life and are thoroughly spoilt :D
     
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    Probably a sighthound of some sort. Natural couch potato by inclination interspersed by bouts of high activity!
     
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    Think it would be a Saluki for me,awesome dogs.
     
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    Dudley, because we already have the same impossible hair style. Scruffy and unstructured
     
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  9. Janer

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    Terrier definitely, or so my daughter informed me when I asked her which breed I would be lol. And to add insult to injury, just like Roxy:D
     
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    Edie New Member Registered

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    I would be a sproodle, just like my Edie who usually gets what she wants, best sofa seat, food served twice a day, two walks a day off the lead, if I'm behaving. Only thing I wouldn't like is a wee outside in the cold!
     
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    I'd probably be a Labrador or Labradoodle, laid back and enjoys food. With the occasional bout of energy
     

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