best kind of dog?

@MKpack22 (307)
United States
March 3, 2007 9:44pm CST
what is, in your opinion, the most useful and/or best dog?
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14 responses
• United States
13 Mar 07
I personally like sporting dogs such as Golden Retrievers and Labs, they are faithful and good for playing fetch with. Also, their fur has a beautiful color to it.
@okipops (286)
• Indonesia
5 Mar 07
id say pitbull terrier, they are strong and muscular. its a perfect dog.
• India
4 Mar 07
in my openion labradors are the best human friendly dogs to trust
• Romania
4 Mar 07
i don't see thinck's licke this.I don't won't to thinck at a dog licke something useful, i licke to thinck and i thinck that it is, a dog is a friend and not something to use.I love them, i have two and i thinck that they are verry special.I thinck the utility of them is that they exist and macke our lifes more beautifull andf complete. They are soul's just licke us and i thinck all of them must pe appreciated and loved by us. All dog's are beautifull in theyr way and all of them are useful in their kind.Are people who licke some of them, other who lickes other raice or other who lickes all of them.
@00fear (3211)
• United States
4 Mar 07
for me, i think the german shepherds are the best kinds. it is the only type we had that wasnt hyper and over-playful. we also had other dogs that wasnt but they happened to be our german shepherds kids. well maybe other german shepherds are really hyper but the one we had happen to be not those kinds or maybe was raised like that.
@katyzzz (2902)
• Australia
4 Mar 07
depends what you need it for.
• United States
4 Mar 07
I love all dogs, breeds and mixed. It depends what you are looking for, as each one has different characters. If you want just a pet to love, get a small one to pamper. If you want hunters, there are lots of them. So I cannot name one for you, unless you tell me what it is you are looking for. What do you mean by useful?
• United States
4 Mar 07
I love all dogs, breeds and mixed. It depends what you are looking for, as each one has different characters. If you want just a pet to love, get a small one to pamper. If you want hunters, there are lots of them. So I cannot name one for you, unless you tell me what it is you are looking for. What do you mean by useful?
@kally16 (75)
• United States
4 Mar 07
I've had two labs now, and I have to say, they are wonderful! We got our lab because she was the chubbiest in the group and couln't keep up with the rest of the pups. So we took her home and spoiled her, and still do. She is the sweetest thing we've ever had. Sometimes we think she is the human and we are the pets! And once she's laying on top of you, there's no shoving her off! She's put on some fat, but as my mom likes to say, "she's pleasantly plump!"
@DJ9020 (1596)
• United States
4 Mar 07
Dachshunds! Dachshunds, dachshunds, dachshunds! Can you tell I love dachshunds? We have two miniature dachshunds and my dream is to someday own a dachshund ranch! Seriously, I am also a member of a local dachshund rescue group.
@Debs_place (10524)
• United States
4 Mar 07
Both of my guys are labrador retrievers. They are intelligent, easily trainable, loyal, fun, friendly, family friendly, love kids. They love to walk and need it, they are prone to weight gain, there fore they are good for your heart too. These are the dog of choice for aid dogs due to their intelligence and willingness to please.
@Grandmaof2 (7603)
• Canada
4 Mar 07
I am very limited to what kind of dogs I can have because of my asthma. I've known for a long time I can have poodles. We had a poodle when I was growing up. I had a nearly fatal attack at age 17 at which time I was diagnosed with asthma. When we had to put our poodle down, I wasn't long before wanting another dog. I've always had a dog. I told my husband I wanted something different. I spent days at the library and brought books home. There's really not much choice but Maltese was supposed to be ok and I love them. You can see by my avatar they are beautiful. We bought a Maltese and I will never be without one again. If you want their hair long it does need combing every second day, but they're so worth it. This is a very cuddly, loyal, smart and eazy to train dog. Very gentle and well natured.
• United States
4 Mar 07
If you promise not to tell my dog,he is a chow, I would answer a golden retriever. They are so smart and calm. I have never seen a dog that is more easily trained to do things. My sister in law raises them and they never cease to amaze me.
@magikrose (5423)
• United States
4 Mar 07
The dog that I want to eventually get is a Collie. They a re family orientatated dog, and they are beautifull. The ting is I dont have the yard for one right now. The other dog I would like to get is a Sheltie which is a mini collie and totally adorable.