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    ...what breed would it be?
    Would you buy from a breeder or get from a rescue/rehoming place?
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    (Original post by Drez999)
    ...what breed would it be?
    Would you buy from a breeder or get from a rescue/rehoming place?
    German Shepherd of course - best dog on earth imo. I couldn't get a small dog.
    Don't mind where from.
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    German Shepherd of course - best dog on earth imo. I couldn't get a small dog.
    Don't mind where from.
    Ok.
    Please can I ask why you say "of course" for a German Shepherd when they commonly have hip problems?
    When you say you don't mind where they come from - well, to buy a GS from a reputable breeder will be £170+ but rehoming one could just be a short home visit (to see if someone is honestly capable) and a donation.
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    Labrador. <3
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    Labrador. <3


    Sup bb?:smug:
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    Sup bb?:smug:
    I actually want to eat that puppy it's so beautiful.
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    I actually want to eat that puppy it's so beautiful.
    Are you Korean?

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    J/k, I don't understand the urge to eat cute things. I do want to hug the **** out of it but eat it? wtf?
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    (Original post by RainbowMan)
    Are you Korean?

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    J/k, I don't understand the urge to eat cute things. I do want to hug the **** out of it but eat it? wtf?
    I don't get it either, but it's how I feel - if something gets too beautiful or cute I want to end up eating it - non-Korean stylee.
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    doberman
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    (Original post by RainbowMan)


    Sup bb?:smug:
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    Trying to get some work done lol
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    My choice:

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    Alaskan Malamute, seen it a few times, beautiful dog.
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    Shiba Inu and Samoyed come to mind.

    Or a Lab/Golden Retriever. Maybe a Finnish Spitz or Lapphund, have a lot going for them, Finnish dogs.
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    Shar-Pei or Bernese Mountain Dog

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    (Original post by Drez999)
    Ok.
    Please can I ask why you say "of course" for a German Shepherd when they commonly have hip problems?
    When you say you don't mind where they come from - well, to buy a GS from a reputable breeder will be £170+ but rehoming one could just be a short home visit (to see if someone is honestly capable) and a donation.
    £170? For a reputably bred puppy?

    Over £500 I'd think.
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    As much as I would love a Shiba Inu from a breeder, they're expensive and I'd probably like to rehome a dog instead.

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    As much as I would love a Shiba Inu from a breeder, they're expensive and I'd probably like to rehome a dog instead.

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    Wow

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