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If you still want to spend some time with a dog before you get your hours and schedule settled, volunteer at a shelter. You'll learn a hell of a lot about dog handling by feeding and walking shelter dogs.

lefty

Plus one. It will also show the depths of human cruelty and what happens when you take owning a dog lightly.
post #2192 of 3745
Hey..

I've been lurking around this thread for a while, since I don't have a dog (my parents do though), but I might look into getting one in the future.. I was wondering, which breed this dog is? Can anyone please help me out here? Thanks in advance!

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It looks like a liver German Shorthaired Pointer.

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No.

If you still want to spend some time with a dog before you get your hours and schedule settled, volunteer at a shelter. You'll learn a hell of a lot about dog handling by feeding and walking shelter dogs.

lefty

Great advice!
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It looks like a liver German Shorthaired Pointer.

lefty

Thank you very much! thumbs-up.gif
post #2196 of 3745
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It looks like a liver German Shorthaired Pointer.

lefty

GSPs are one of my favorite breeds. Their looks and personality are hard to beat in my opinion.
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I have a soft spot for the wirehairs.

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GSPs are one of my favorite breeds. Their looks and personality are hard to beat in my opinion.



My wife's family had a GSP, great personality and beautiful dog.  It did need to get out and run everyday though, liked to chase the animals in the yard.

 

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My two Boston Terriers, this is what they look like 20 hours a day.  They are great dogs and very good with my two young girls.

 

J&C

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My wife's family had a GSP, great personality and beautiful dog.  It did need to get out and run everyday though, liked to chase the animals in the yard.

 


Yeah, they're probably better suited to country living. My ex-gfs family had two in the city and they didn't get enough exercise. When they were cooped up in the house all day they would start to chew on the furniture, etc.
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Here is the puppy I hope to be getting in about a month or so. This is him at 4 weeks.

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^Cute.

 

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A Montreal pooch is about to return home from a shocking, unscheduled, 4,500-kilometre journey that over the last year allowed her to see more of Canada than most Canadians.

The black Labrador named Pollux, a rescue dog who hated water and rain, bolted from the backyard during a soggy day in June 2010 and left her east-end Montreal home.  Her owners believe she fled through an open gate. It’s unclear what sorts of adventures the littlest hobo had next.  All they know is that she finally wound up just outside Kamloops, B.C., where she was found last month.

 

 

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lefty

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Special Operations gear
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Was this one previously posted?
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Arf arf.
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Arf arf.
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A dog's life in 2011. happy.gif
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