User Tag List

Page 3 of 14 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 13 ... LastLast
Results 21 to 30 of 131

Thread: Your favorite dog breed is..?2745 days old

  1. #21
    Established Member
    Hug a Pit! Yautja_BR's Avatar
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2010-01-13
    Posts
    1,479
    Gender
    Race
    Caucasian
    Phenotype
    Pontid
    Religion
    Universal Energy
    Brazil Serbia coat of arms Union for the Mediterranean

    Default

    American Pitbull Terrier, Bulldogs and German Sheppards.


    Pitbull is loyal, friendly and great with kids, the best dog around. Bulldogs, hahahahaa they're great and funny!! I love these dogs!! I also like American bullies.

    German Sheppards are great guard dogs, very loyal and classy.

  2. The Following User Says Thank You to Yautja_BR For This Useful Post:

    Curiouscat (2012-02-12)

  3. # ADS
    Advertisement bot
    Join Date
    2013-03-24
    Posts
    All threads
       
     

  4. #22
    Established Member
    Evolutionary Biologist
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2010-12-26
    Posts
    2,638
    Location
    USA
    Gender
    Phenotype
    Malaid
    Metaethnos
    Austronesian
    Ethnicity
    Visayan
    United States Philippines

    Default

    deleted post

  5. #23
    Sand Colour Turban Midget Curiouscat's Avatar
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2011-03-20
    Posts
    6,278
    Location
    UK
    Gender
    Age
    39
    Politics
    True Blood
    Religion
    Easter Bunny
    Turkey United Kingdom Turkey North Cyprus

    Default

    [imglink]http://www.dogsindepth.com/hound_dog_breeds/images/norwegian_elkhound_h03.jpg[/imglink]
    [imglink]http://www.dogsindepth.com/hound_dog_breeds/images/norwegian_elkhound.jpg[/imglink]
    and
    [imglink]http://puppyer.com/img/flock_guardian/kangal_dog_762_4.jpg[/imglink]
    [imglink]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_6c4EW54kl9I/S-VQGLYHvgI/AAAAAAAAAcY/bkDt6Q3hNTY/s640/kansgal.jpg[/imglink]
    and
    [imglink]http://s3.amazonaws.com/readers/2010/05/06/boxer-dog_1.jpg[/imglink]
    [imglink]http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/images23/BoxerMahoganyRedFawnColoredPurebredMidasAdult.JPG[/imglink]
    Yes, I get what you're saying, I just don't give a damn..

    Communist until you get rich
    Feminist until you get married
    Atheist until the airplane starts falling..


    Never pass up a bathroom, never waste a hard-on, and never trust a fart.' J. Nicholson(The Bucket List, 2007)

  6. The Following 3 Users Say Thank You to Curiouscat For This Useful Post:

    Acquisitorz (2012-02-12), amerinese (2012-02-12), Yautja_BR (2012-02-12)

  7. #24
    Established Member
    Evolutionary Biologist
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2010-12-26
    Posts
    2,638
    Location
    USA
    Gender
    Phenotype
    Malaid
    Metaethnos
    Austronesian
    Ethnicity
    Visayan
    United States Philippines

    Default

    ^ Huskies and related dogs are cool alright.

    ---------- Post added 2012-02-12 at 00:31 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Yautja_BR View Post
    American Pitbull Terrier, Bulldogs and German Sheppards.


    Pitbull is loyal, friendly and great with kids, the best dog around. Bulldogs, hahahahaa they're great and funny!! I love these dogs!! I also like American bullies.

    German Sheppards are great guard dogs, very loyal and classy.
    Pitbulls and bulldogs look similar, and I agree these dogs are fun to be around.

  8. The Following User Says Thank You to Multilingual For This Useful Post:

    Yautja_BR (2012-02-12)

  9. #25
    Established Member
    Molecular Biologist
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2010-07-01
    Posts
    3,082
    Gender

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by amerinese View Post
    I never gave him the opportunity but yeah he would have, before I had him neutered at 4 years to calm him down some. He totally dominated my husky, would stare at her and refuse to let her eat, even when he was isolated by being locked in a chain link pen.
    I bet you didn't see much difference in behaviour after you had him neutered other than he got fat. Neutering is only effective if done before puberty imo.

  10. #26
    Junior Member
    Last Online
    2019-03-13 @ 15:07
    Join Date
    2010-05-02
    Posts
    3
    Gender

    Default Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

    Nothing better

  11. #27
    Established Member
    Molecular Biologist
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2011-06-29
    Posts
    6,555
    Gender

    Default

    The Akita is big now. I wonder what the Springer Spaniel would do now if only she were around.
    The Akita I had to put down last year at age 12 due to joint problems and lack of mobility. Springer Spaniel I suppose is dead too, she would be like 17 years old. From what I heard she never learned to accept the other dog who was also a younger male much larger than her.

    The Akita was good with his paws. If he was trying to take you down, he'd wrap a paw around your ankle like a big cat. I used to play a game with him I called "get your paws" which was basically sparring on the floor. He would gouge my hands and arms with his claws sometimes.

  12. The Following User Says Thank You to amerinese For This Useful Post:

    Multilingual (2012-02-12)

  13. #28
    Established Member
    Molecular Biologist Pao's Avatar
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2011-10-24
    Posts
    3,618
    Gender

    Default

    I took in these two pups about 6 months ago. This lady was giving the litter away for free. They were very young, though. Too young to be away from their mother, imo.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/pups-1.jpg[/imglink]

    One of them was the runt and everybody thought he was going to die. I had to wake up every three hours to feed them their formula, check the heating pad, etc. Lol now the runt is the crazy, hyperactive, playful one.

    I have no idea what their breed is, though, but the lady said something about squirrel-hunting. They're about 7 months old now.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/sdfasdfasd-1-1.jpg[/imglink]

    Lol my sister says they're ugly
    It's okay, though. I clicker train them and they're very smart.

  14. The Following 7 Users Say Thank You to Pao For This Useful Post:

    Acquisitorz (2012-02-12), amerinese (2012-02-12), annihilus (2012-02-12), Biloo (2012-02-13), ItaloPortuga (2012-02-12), Viking (2012-02-12), Yautja_BR (2012-02-12)

  15. #29
    Established Member
    Evolutionary Biologist
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2010-12-26
    Posts
    2,638
    Location
    USA
    Gender
    Phenotype
    Malaid
    Metaethnos
    Austronesian
    Ethnicity
    Visayan
    United States Philippines

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Pao View Post
    I took in these two pups about 6 months ago. This lady was giving the litter away for free. They were very young, though. Too young to be away from their mother, imo.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/pups-1.jpg[/imglink]

    One of them was the runt and everybody thought he was going to die. I had to wake up every three hours to feed them their formula, check the heating pad, etc. Lol now the runt is the crazy, hyperactive, playful one.

    I have no idea what their breed is, though, but the lady said something about squirrel-hunting. They're about 7 months old now.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/sdfasdfasd-1-1.jpg[/imglink]

    Lol my sister says they're ugly
    It's okay, though. I clicker train them and they're very smart.
    I was gonna say that your two dogs look like twins, but then again all dogs are born at the same time. Great looking dogs btw.

  16. The Following User Says Thank You to Multilingual For This Useful Post:

    Pao (2012-02-12)

  17. #30
    Established Member
    Molecular Biologist Viking's Avatar
    Last Online
    @
    Join Date
    2009-10-24
    Posts
    4,315
    Location
    Sweden
    Gender
    Race
    Europoid
    Metaethnos
    Finnic
    Ethnicity
    Coastal Finnish
    Phenotype
    Osteuropid/Tydal
    Politics
    Wish there was one
    Religion
    Christian
    Finland Sweden

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Pao View Post
    I took in these two pups about 6 months ago. This lady was giving the litter away for free. They were very young, though. Too young to be away from their mother, imo.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/pups-1.jpg[/imglink]

    One of them was the runt and everybody thought he was going to die. I had to wake up every three hours to feed them their formula, check the heating pad, etc. Lol now the runt is the crazy, hyperactive, playful one.

    I have no idea what their breed is, though, but the lady said something about squirrel-hunting. They're about 7 months old now.
    [imglink]http://i1040.photobucket.com/albums/b408/kunggpao/sdfasdfasd-1-1.jpg[/imglink]

    Lol my sister says they're ugly
    It's okay, though. I clicker train them and they're very smart.
    They are very cute. Dogs who look like that and are "familiar" are my favorites.
    Quote Originally Posted by A Finn with experience of anthropology forums
    Is that true? I have similar dreams, though about eugenics... I see images and craniums in front of me in the dreams. Words like sterilization, Germanics and others fly around as fragments in my head... scary stuff that I often dream about.

    Then I go up, and look at myself in profile and from the front and in all angles, in all my mirrors that I have mounted up everywhere, and realise my Mongolian heritage and how the Swedes view me. Sometimes I cannot see the difference between myself and a Mongol, if the environment is cloudy.

  18. The Following User Says Thank You to Viking For This Useful Post:

    Pao (2012-02-12)

Page 3 of 14 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 13 ... LastLast

Similar Threads

  1. Who would you not marry/breed with?
    By jr1 in forum Race & Ethnicity in Society
    Replies: 102
    Last Post: 2017-06-17, 19:22
  2. Who would not marry/breed with you?
    By annihilus in forum Race & Ethnicity in Society
    Replies: 13
    Last Post: 2011-02-15, 02:07
  3. Pay problem parents not to breed
    By Clemo in forum Current Affairs & Politics
    Replies: 14
    Last Post: 2009-11-07, 07:16

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
<