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  1. #1
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    Default What breed of dog do you own?

    I had a construction worker at my home repairing a few windows when he noticed I owned a corgi. Because I don't keep my horses at my house, he said, "you must have horses". I found it very funny that with a Pembroke Welsh Corgi some people would assume I have horses. I was curious what the other horse people owned and what was popular in other states. In Ohio, I notice cattle dogs, Aussies, Corgis, and maybe a few toy breeds at horse shows.

    So, what kind of dog do you own?


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    According to the DNA test, a Labesian Bull Supposedly lab, rhodesian and pit. I think he's lab/pitt.

    And a 3/4 pit 1/4 bull mastiff is my bf's dog (but he's basically mine now!)
    A Moments Worth - "Chance" - 1990 Chestnut OTTB
    King Creole - "Milo" - 2006 Bay Appendix QH


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    Doberman Pinschers.
    Siouxland Sporthorses: http://slsfarm.blogspot.com/

    DIY Journey of Remodeling the Farmette: http://weownblackacre.blogspot.com/



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    I have a turning 3yo Red Doberman (ears and tail cropped) (Note: He was given to me that way)
    Two creatures; The one who thinks and the other who executes the thought.
    ~This is the ideal of Classical Riding~



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    Ours looks like a purebred black lab but it's possible that she's a mix (parentage not known!).



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    3 Year old male German Shepherd.....and crate training brother's lab/pit puppy that my daughter seems to think needs to stay permanently.
    Kerri



  7. #7
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    Collie, cocker, lab and hound. I only got to choose the cocker and the collie, the lab and hound chose me.
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    Had Bouviers for over 20 years.

    Just acquired an almost 2 year old Border Terrier (easier for me to work with recovering from back issues).

    Looking forward to "playing" with him... agility, rally, earth work, nosework (what he might like to do ).


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    Whatever this thing is: https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=3&theater

    Shelter thought she might be a Lab/Schnauzer cross, which seems plausible.
    "In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely train him to be semi-human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming part dog."
    -Edward Hoagland


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    Boxers x 3, lol.....wonderful dogs, high energy, fearless


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    Italian Grayhounds and a Rat Terrier


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    Australian Cattle Dog x 4
    Life is never boring at my house!
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    Doberman, GSD, Standard Poodle, Giant Schnauzer mix.

    StG



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    Pembroke Welsh Corgi and GSP



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayside View Post
    Whatever this thing is: https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.ph...type=3&theater

    Shelter thought she might be a Lab/Schnauzer cross, which seems plausible.
    In NZ, I would have said "Lab/Bearded Collie??"
    Still Working_on_it - one day I will get it!



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    2 Border Collies + Farm CO-owner's Lab and Lab/Greyhound
    Still Working_on_it - one day I will get it!



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    Yappy Pappy, aka Papillion
    "My treasures do not chink or gleam, they glitter in the sun and neigh at night."
    ~Gypsy saying


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    3 Brittanys



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    Border Collie/Terrier mix
    Mountain Cur



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    Corgi/Rat terrier and corgi/aussie shepherd
    Only two emotions belong in the saddle: One is a sense of humor. The other is patience.


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