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Australian Cattle Dog is a great dog. I have one named Billie Jean. The Aussie Cattle Dog is so loving. Once they bond with anyone, you have a friend for life. Go here to learn more: http://animal.discovery.com/guides/dogs/dogs.html

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Laborador

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Labs. Black, brown or Yellow

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A Labrador makes a great family pet because they are easy to train and aren't aggressive.

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German Shepard

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Golden Retriever's are active and friendly, although if you would rather a small dog Shit-zu's are very lovable and friendly

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I like husky

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Huskies are great. But they are better suited for cooler regions.
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pugs or boston terriers

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One downside of the Pug is that they may need surgery to improve their breathing. Their noses may be so short that they have difficulty breathing. Be sure to clean out the wrinkles when you bathe the dog.
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well we have a pug and he hasn't needed surgery and he's perfectly healthy it's just really wrinkles we've had to worry about
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of course not ALL need that surgery. I think its the ones that are overbred or inbred. I want a Pug really badly. They are SO cute!!! (I also like that Doritos ad where the Pug busts down the door to get the chips.)
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me too haha yeah we have a black one hes 9months old (:
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A Bluetick coonhound ! So loveable.

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A trained pug,shitzu,or german Shepard..

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A beagle.

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Labadoodle.

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I have Maltese and she is perfect.

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We used to have a Maltese. He died three years ago. He was a great and loving dog and I still miss him!
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golden retriever, labrador

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I have a German Shepherd/Wolf mix and she is very sweet. you have to get them when they are pretty young though so they do not have any pre-installed bad habits.

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jjensen

Golden retriever for sure!!!

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Get a bulldog. They make you laugh and are loveable. The are worth every penny!

P.s. Mines name is Doug! :D

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Labs 100%

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Bulldogs are great family pets they're very friendly they're cute and they aren't aggressive

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any puppy will mold into a great family member

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Lab or a golden retriever my family has had both and they were very good

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What about adopting a mixed breed from the shelter? Hard to beat.

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candicane

Well, I have read about: Pugs, Keeshond, Labradors, Bull Terrier, Collie, Poodle and we can keep on going. it really depends on size of the dog you want, space the dog has in it's surroundings, maintenance involved with the dog etc. there are many websites that can help you. I'd try looking first hand at breeds. talking to other owners, potential vets, breeders etc. No one can really make a choice for you. there is always (that tail wagger) that would like a new lease on life at your local shelter.

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