Archive for September 13th, 2010

Lastest “dog Training School” News

Flying with a pet a trick that takes practice
Your little one is causing an in-flight disruption. Other passengers seem annoyed, and the flight attendant is losing patience. Perhaps bringing the dog wasn’t such a good idea.
Read more on The Morning Call

“Favorite Breeds” with a little flair?

Question by Dignity of a Dane: “Favorite Breeds” with a little flair?
DS seems a little slow this evening.

What’s your favorite breed of all?
Favorite you’ve never owned?
Favorite breed you would never own?

Favorite dog under 15 lbs?
Favorite between 15 lbs and 50 lbs?
Favorite between 50 lbs and 100 lbs?
Favorite over 100 lbs?

Favorite dog with long fur?
Favorite dog with short/no fur?

Favorite drooly breed?
Favorite “low allergy” breed?

Favorite breed many people may not be familiar with?
Favorite breed the BYBs have become fond of?

I’ll add details with my answers after a handful of people have posted.
Just gonna say, I won’t do TD or TU. I find it pointless to do for one’s own Q. And I’d like if TD were kept to a minimum except for pointless answers.
Favorite: Great Dane
Favorite I’ve never owned: Chinese Crested
Favorite I’d never own: English Setter
Under 15 lbs: Silky Terrier
15-50: English Springer Spaniel
50-100: GSD
More than 100: Great Dane
Long Fur: English Setter
Short/No Fur: Great Dane
Many people may not know: Peruvian Inca Orchid
BYB: Great Dane
Oop! Forgot Drooly and Low Allergy.
Drooly: To mix it up, Neapolitan Mastiff.
Low Allergy: Airedale Terrier.

Best answer:

Answer by Cassie-Dane & Bully Breed lover
What’s your favorite breed of all? Great Dane
Favorite you’ve never owned? Dogo Argentino
Favorite breed you would never own? hmm…. Bernese Mountain Dog

Favorite dog under 15 lbs? chihuahua
Favorite between 15 lbs and 50 lbs? bulldog
Favorite between 50 lbs and 100 lbs? APBT
Favorite over 100 lbs? Great Dane

Favorite dog with long fur? BMD
Favorite dog with short/no fur? Dane

Favorite drooly breed? Dane
Favorite “low allergy” breed? Giant Schnauzer

Favorite breed many people may not be familiar with? Dogo Argentino
Favorite breed the BYBs have become fond of? Great Dane

Give your answer to this question below!

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Dog 101: Jack Russell Terrier my version

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Lastest “dog Training Supplies” News

Wildfowl show held for two weekends
KLEINFELTERSVILLE — Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area on Saturday and Sept. 19 will host the 24th Annual Middle Creek Wildfowl Show.
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Pennsylvania Game Commission to Participate In and Host Events Promoting Wildlife, Hunting and Trapping
HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Pennsylvania Game Commission officials, in September, will participate in and host four outdoors events promoting wildlife, hunting and trapping.
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Arthritis: Veterinary Advice for Dog (Veterinary Advice Guide)

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