Ahhh I agree on all those breeds! I like boston terriers too! I must admit I prefer lazy dogs as well. I picked a bulldog because I am a lazy person (thats not the only reason of course). I didn't want an exercise buddy, I wanted a best friend to cuddle on the couch with!
I like the boston terriers also but mostly the bigger dogs like st bernards, newfoundlands, etc. I really love most all dogs tho, if 1 turned up at my door I would probably keep it nomatter what it was. lol
Bump We have alot more members now and would love to see what everyone else says. I'm a dog nut in general but obviously a bit partial to EBs. I love squishy faces, low riders, lazy dogs and long ears. I'd love to have another bully (of course!), a bassett hound, boston terrier, corgi, french bulldog, american bulldog, olde english bulldog. Then when we have more property one day I'd love to have an Australian Cattle Dog and a Newfie but most importantly once I get the room my dream is to start an animal rescue and I think I'd like to focus on the breeds I see most often in shelters like chihuahuas, pits, labs, etc just because I assume they need the help the most. Then once we get the room we will always have labs because Dave is a duck hunter. I grew up with funky small dog mixes we got from the local shelter so I have never been particularly picky
I love Great Danes!! Kizer my GD that
passed away was a great dog. He was
a 160Lbs lapdog. Seriously he would come
step up onto the recliner when I was in it.
When we went to bed Kizer got upon the bed
in between my wife and I and layed his head
on my pillow. He was an awesome dog!!
The reverse side of this my least favorite
has to be the Jack Russell Terror!! My wife
had one in college. WOW it was hyper. We
moved into a new house when we got married
and one day while we were at work she found
a place in the fence she could get out. I was sad
that she ran away but also relieved at the same time.
My dad has had Boston Terrior's since I was a small child (I am 47) so of course I love them! His baby's will live 12-14 years and he will grieve himself to death and say "I am done, No more" He lost his last one about 8 months ago at the age of 13, and within 2 months had a new pup!! I had a basset hound for 11 years until she passed, I use to breed and raise doberman's with my X in the late 80's, But I have wanted an EB since I was a teenager and finally at the age of 46 was stable enough and had the money to get one after my kids were raised and gone!! He is my empty nest replacement and I love him to death!!
I love any squishy face!!! EB's Frenchies, Bostons etc... I also love the sad bark type dogs, Bassetts, Bloodhounds. That deep sad grunt bark is adorable to me.
I really don't care for small yippy dogs that need to be brushed and groomed daily or go to the spa for bows and polish, sorry all of you who have them, no offense. I grew up with a Bully, just like I say, once a bully in the house, you will always have a bully in the house.
Grew up with pitbulls so i love pitbulls, also st. bernards, great danes, german shepherds, akitas, rottweilers, and one of my favorites: bull terriers :D
I pretty much like all big dogs and like [MENTION=770]Bella'sMom[/MENTION] said not to offend anyone but i dont have much interest in little breeds, [MENTION=1628]avalen13[/MENTION] should know sometimes i just cant stand her pomeranian
I grew up loving Collies. I love Shelties for the miniature version. However I had a sheltie almost 30 years ago, that I had to give away because he required much more attention than I could provide at the time with being a full time working single mother. I still think they are wonderful dogs, but now that we have experienced Bully love first hand I think this will remain a Bully only household.
Ive never cared all that much for dogs. My parents had dogs when I was young but I never had a dog. I'm 65 now and that opinion hasn't changed much over the years.... with one exception. Whenever dogs came into the conversation I said I didn't want a dog but IF I ever got one it would have to be an English Bull. When I retired last summer Lari suggested an EB as a 'retirement buddy'. Little did I know I would be 'serving' Royalty