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Old 03-13-2009, 01:46 PM   #21
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German shepard hands down great family orientated dog and go with a female because they are more protective of the whole family and kids
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German shepard hands down great family orientated dog and go with a female because they are more protective of the whole family and kids
Sir, this thread is three years old. I'm sure he has made up his mind by now..

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Old 05-13-2012, 09:27 AM   #24
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damn noobs and old threads.. how far down did you have to dig to find this thread.
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Old 05-13-2012, 05:51 PM   #25
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damn noobs and old threads.. how far down did you have to dig to find this thread.
I hope you know that the threads show up on google when some one searches grand am gt and what ever they search.
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Old 06-07-2012, 07:17 PM   #26
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German Shepards and Bulldogs are both great dog breads.

However id have to recommend getting a Bulldog! Ive owned bulldogs for 15 years and they are great loyal dogs, they are not agressive however they will protect the owner and the family that they live with, they are family friendly dogs, however they do require attention (which in my honest opinion, as a dog owner you should be giving your dog some attention anyways)! Ive owned english bulldogs and olde english bulldogs, if it is hot weather wise where you live id recommend getting an olde english bulldog due to breathing problems that traditional english bulldogs have.

Also the guy who said that you shouldnt take bulldogs to the dog park and that they are not friendly dogs.... lmao, that is very much so not correct!

Bulldogs are VERY friendly dogs, they love to play and are just fine at dog parks (You may be mistaking them for PITBULLS?), also they wont destroy things if you TRAIN them (Same as any other dog out there!)

Also just for your information, olde English bulldogs look very similar to the traditional English bulldog and they also have the same good temperament, however the "Olde English Bulldog" has a longer snout (This is good because it lets them breath much better so that they don't have the breathing issues that the other members have mentioned)

Ive owned bulldogs for a very long time so I know what im talking about.


On dam I didnt realize that this thread was three years old, I thought it was recent haha
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