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What breeds have you seen on todays walk...

Discussion in 'Dog Walking' started by Josie, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. Josie

    Josie Administrator Administrator Registered

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    I thought it might be interesting if people posted what dog breeds they saw on their walk today, tomorrow, the next etc.

    (Only when they see different breeds)

    I will start....

    Today I saw two MASSIVE Leonbergers - they actually gave me a bit of a start when they came running towards us!
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    Then I saw two gorgeous Irish Terriers who were really sweet.....until they heard a dog barking at them in its garden and then they went crazy :eek:

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    and finally the girl I was walking, Perry the Vizela (who actually seem to be on the increase I've found)

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    A friendly staffie, a border collie, a border terrier and a somewhat unfriendly malamute/husky (not entirely sure!)
     
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    A stabij a wetterhoun a boerenfox 2 jrt an irish setter and a muppet with a caucasian shepard... its only about 6 months its huge and not friendly.. I dread to think what the future holds for him.
     
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    That’s sad about the Shepard :-(
     
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    I know. These dogs are not pets and not suited to the city life. My son in law knows the owner who bought this dog as a step up from his last dog, a cane corso..as I said a muppet.
     
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    A very friendly Cavapoo and a West Highland Terrier.
     
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    A small collie cross, black lab, springer spaniel, cockerpoo puppy, chocolate lab.
     
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    A cross between a staffie and a greyhound. I hope the mum was the staffie (o_O).
     
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    A few cockerpoos and a couple of labs.. sure there must of been others as had a 5 walk day today but.. I did love your pic of the leonberger Josie,:) here's Titan today with another one of my crows(at a park the other end of town!)and I know I'm cross threading, sorry, but none of the dogs mind the crows tagging along, they all associate them with biscuits, one for them one for the crows kinda thing!:D IMG_20180614_113945.jpg
     
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    That looks like a teeny fascinater! But it maybe that's just on my mind - I have a wedding to go to next month and I have struggled to find something that doesn't look like a dead parrot stuck to my head. And I cannot even think about shoes.
     
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    Today on our walk we have seen 2 malamutes brother and sister living in the same household, Bichon Frise called Dave, a sheepdog called Ted who was so loud and loved the sound of its own voice, and a German Shep called Bruno. Today their was so many cats out i saw 17 all together, bearing in mind I did walk for 1 and a half hours. So a large bunch today. :)
     
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    A very happy spaniel, a bull x whippet x goodness-knows-what (who had a real go at J when they were on lead a while back but they were fine together off lead), 2 staffies, an older spaniel (she's wary of J as he used to try to get her to play by plonking a paw on her back), a malamute (?), a black lab x who was on lead and wearing a lampshade (so we kept our distance).
     
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    Today I saw a golden labrador puppy called Enzo and he was GORGEOUS!!!!! I want one :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    Would you ever consider having 2 @Josie?
     
  15. Josie

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    I keep going through yes and then no again. Dennis is such a good boy and he comes everywhere with us. We do like to go away a lot so family are obviously very happy with having Den, I don’t think they would be quite so relaxed with a younger one!
     
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    Okay, fair enough.
     
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    Today we say a border collie, a cocker x springer and a samoyed.
     
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    QUOTE, Mad Murphy:

    [I saw] a Stabij, a Wetterhoun, a Boerenfox, 2 JRTs, an Irish Setter, & a muppet with a Caucasian Shepherd...
    the CO is only about 6-months-old, huge, & not friendly.

    I dread to think what the future holds for him.

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    oh, cr*p. :( I'm not keen on Ovcharka - they make Akitas look like Poodles in odd coats.
    VERY aggro, as a breed; that he's owned by a muppet is potentially disastrous. :eek:

    They're actually livestock-guardians, not a civilized breed, but fairly primitive; they are stranger-aggressive, extremely turfy, self-willed, & deeply resent any intrusion on their turf, or into their own personal space.
    Touching one is definitely a risky proposition, if U are not the owner. // Most need a box-muzzle to be examined by a vet, for any reason, even when pain-free & feeling fine - they don't need to be in pain or ill, to bite.

    - terry

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  19. Josie

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    I just had to google ‘Caucasian shepard’

    I don’t think I’d want to see one of them out on a walk :eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:
     
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    I saw a Rhodie-X, or a ridgeless Rhodie -

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