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#1
what breed would be a good one to get?

i'm looking for calm, cheap and a moderate full size
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What is your current gear? What music do you play?



that's an odd question

Ibanez Gio bass
and i listen to indie alternative stuff no one's heard of, classic, mainstream, pretty much everything
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#6
Get a cloverfield monster instead.

or a German Shepard,but I don't think either of those are cheap.
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that's an odd question

Ibanez Gio bass
and i listen to indie alternative stuff no one's heard of, classic, mainstream, pretty much everything
oh, then you better get a terrier.
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#9
Boxer. With good training they can be the best house dogs EVER. Very friendly, playful but not too rowdy, very intuitive and responsive.
We're only strays.
#11
more than anything i think i'm leaning towards a Basset Hound
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golden retriever... nicest dogs ever i swear, i love mine...
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LMFAO. Great Pyrenees. I have two and they are fooking awesome.


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that's an odd question

Ibanez Gio bass
and i listen to indie alternative stuff no one's heard of, classic, mainstream, pretty much everything


That was just a joke, man

Rough collies aren't too big and they are very friendly, yet they are very active so long walks (or a big garden) are a must.

EDIT: No dog with get along well with Gio series Ibanez, so you should think about changing it, really.
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Quick question, how much is a Pug? Anyone want to take a guess?


$3-600

Pugs are okay, they respond well to human voices. They're stubborn though.
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www.petfinder.com Just search for the size and it'll give you some breeds and whatnot.
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get an andrex puppy!
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West Highland White Terrier
If you live somewhere cool enough, a Siberian Husky
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That was just a joke, man

Rough collies aren't too big and they are very friendly, yet they are very active so long walks (or a big garden) are a must.

EDIT: No dog with get along well with Gio series Ibanez, so you should think about changing it, really.


i know

and I don't even get along with my Gio...but i is poor and saving up for a Les Paul guitar
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#28
Bernese Mountain Dog. I've got one and they are so frigging cute make nice house pets aswel

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Thats not actually my dog, I got those pictures from the internet, still very pretty dogs though.
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Bernese Mountain Dog. I've got one and they are so frigging cute make nice house pets aswel

Puppy version...


Adult version...
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Thats not actually my dog, I got those pictures from the internet, still very pretty dogs though.


Is his name Berny?

It should be.
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#32
Alright, my dad actually was a pretty big time dog trainer/breeder, so I know alot about this stuff. First off, don't buy them from a pet store, alot of those animals have really bad diseases that manifest later and you lose a great little pup.

My dad was into Labradors, and they're a pretty popular dog for a reason. That's a pretty all around good dog to have. Whatever you choose, read up beforehand, and do it somewhere other than U-G.

Great Pyrenees arent' even close to being medium sized dogs, and aren't meant to be house dogs.

I'd look into Labradors, Goldens, or maybe a spaniel of some sort.

I had a pug, great dog, but they are very hard to house train and have alot of health problems.

I'd try to find a dog from a reputable breeder, or even from a shelter. From a shelter, look out for health conditions, and check with the shelter to see what their policies for post-purchase checkups are. Some will want to come to your house at random times and stuff, and that's not cool. Also, at shelters, they will lie about the age of he dog alot to make some older dogs get a home. Not a bad thing really, but don't be surprised when your 6 year old dog starts looking really old.
#34
sheltie.
they might be smaller than wat ur looking for, but mine is the best ever.
they look so cute as puppies, and are just downright beautiful full grown.
they can be kinda rowdy when people come over to your house tho. there bred to protect sheep. and in a household, ur and ur fam will be sheep.
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I'd try to find a dog from a reputable breeder, or even from a shelter. From a shelter, look out for health conditions, and check with the shelter to see what their policies for post-purchase checkups are. Some will want to come to your house at random times and stuff, and that's not cool. Also, at shelters, they will lie about the age of he dog alot to make some older dogs get a home. Not a bad thing really, but don't be surprised when your 6 year old dog starts looking really old.


Yeah shelters are going to have a lot of mixed breeds, which IMO are better than most pure breeds. Our family dog growing up was a mutt, and she was awesome.
We're only strays.
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more than anything i think i'm leaning towards a Basset Hound

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LMFAO. Great Pyrenees. I have two and they are fooking awesome.


Fantastic addition to my rig.

I'm pretty sure that's the same breed as a dog near me. It's the size of a lion!! Seriously, it's the second biggest dog (height-wise) I've ever seen, and the biggest body.


I suggest a half-border collie, half-black labrador mix.
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Alright, my dad actually was a pretty big time dog trainer/breeder, so I know alot about this stuff. First off, don't buy them from a pet store, alot of those animals have really bad diseases that manifest later and you lose a great little pup.

My dad was into Labradors, and they're a pretty popular dog for a reason. That's a pretty all around good dog to have. Whatever you choose, read up beforehand, and do it somewhere other than U-G.

Great Pyrenees arent' even close to being medium sized dogs, and aren't meant to be house dogs.

I'd look into Labradors, Goldens, or maybe a spaniel of some sort.

I had a pug, great dog, but they are very hard to house train and have alot of health problems.

I'd try to find a dog from a reputable breeder, or even from a shelter. From a shelter, look out for health conditions, and check with the shelter to see what their policies for post-purchase checkups are. Some will want to come to your house at random times and stuff, and that's not cool. Also, at shelters, they will lie about the age of he dog alot to make some older dogs get a home. Not a bad thing really, but don't be surprised when your 6 year old dog starts looking really old.

Seems like Rockinlespaul is bringing the good advice. My wife and I are admitted dog snobs, and only because she worked for a pet store chain for several years when she was young and naive. She has pretty much dedicated the last several years on educating
people about canine nutrition and responsible pet ownership. She is a moderator on a couple dog sites and spends tons of time researching and helping people. We happen to be boxer people and believe me, I will always own a boxer but of course everyone has different tastes. If you are worried about price, then I recommend rescuing a dog from a "breed specific" rescue. Rescues are great resources to help you learn about a breed and if they are right for you, and they are good at evaluating dogs to put them in the most suitable homes. That way you pick your breed, and you are not supporting back yard breeders because you wanted to spend a couple hundred bucks or what ever. Good luck, and if you want to know anything about Boxers, feel free to PM me or what ever.
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