What type/breed of dog do you have?

What type/breed of dog do you have?

  • GSD

    Votes: 29 19.0%
  • Husky

    Votes: 13 8.5%
  • Rottweiler

    Votes: 11 7.2%
  • Labrador

    Votes: 22 14.4%
  • Golden Retriever

    Votes: 14 9.2%
  • Malamute

    Votes: 5 3.3%
  • Other (Please specify)

    Votes: 32 20.9%
  • XL Breed (Newfoundland, Mastiff, Saint Bernard, Great Dane, Etc.)

    Votes: 29 19.0%
  • Small Breed (Less than 30 lbs)

    Votes: 14 9.2%
  • Mixed Mutt

    Votes: 28 18.3%

  • Total voters
    153

FloofyNewfie

The Floofy Moderator
Staff member
What type of breed of dog do you have? I would post a lot more breeds but the polling limit is 10. So I just chose some of the more common breeds I've seen, plus a few other categories. I myself have a pure breed Newfoundland and a mutt mix. You can select all that apply.
 

MRYP

Zooville Settler
Well, I have chosen the "GSD" option, because technically my dogs come from this breed and are just being separately bred from the gsd and are still not far off from a gsd. Especially the white one is basically just a selectively bred white gsd.

I am thinking of maybe getting an American Akita as a third dog, but I'm not sure about that. Maybe the third one is going to be a Mini Aussie. But that's an idea for the far future.
 

Mare Lover 1975

Esteemed Citizen of ZV
Beautiful. Labradanes nvr crossed my mind lol. I think my childhood boy may have been mixed bc he was a big boy. We thought he was a pure bred Labrador. Are Labradanes long lived?
I so hope mine is but they can take after either parent, mines dam was the dane and she is already going grey around her muzzle. But she has no hip issues so far or any health problems.

Three years older hereIMG_20200314_161727.jpg
 

sososo

Citizen of Zooville
Just a little yorkie poodle. No intimacy since I just dont want to and it would feel wierd since hes kind of just my pal. After I move out I know how I will live for sure
 

foxinsox15

Tourist
I've seen pics of Akitas showing a really big knot without a ton of long length. Seems like a very nice combo.
I have played with two in person, and they were both this way: about 10" girth knots but very short shafts...maybe 4"+ the knot, for about 6 1/2-7" in total length.
 

Labraguy5

Citizen of Zooville
I so hope mine is but they can take after either parent, mines dam was the dane and she is already going grey around her muzzle. But she has no hip issues so far or any health problems.

Three years older hereView attachment 56548
Beautiful girl you have there, my lab girl is a cross as well although with a smaller breed.
I've always loved lab mixes especially with larger breeds, although they aren't so common here.
 
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