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Old 06-27-2015, 12:54 AM
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Malinois or Kelpie!
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Saint Bernard, German Shepherd, or malinois
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Last year the lady that I rented a room off had an Irish terrier called molly, she was a very sweet dog.

whats it with giant breed puppies??? sooo uber cute!

its odd there are several breeds that are so so cute as puppies but not as pretty as adults. Like I think labrador puppies are cuter than poodle puppies but adult poodles prettier than adult labradors.

And I say this as a person raised by labradors. I mean no disrespect I love the breed.
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Old 06-27-2015, 10:34 AM
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I am super biased but I'd probably want/get another aussie like my old pup Finn.
I think they are absolutely gorgeous and the breed qualities make it a win, win for me.
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He was a bit of a doofy little guy though, haha.
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Probably Cocker or Springer Spaniel or Red Setter. I love their ears My girl, Betsy is a Welsh Springer, but as she's a rescue, I never knew her as a puppy.
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APBT for sure.
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Afghan hound - but I have one so I am not sure if that sounds or not.

We actually recently considered a Pyrenean mastiff - we even put down a deposit. Then I found out that the breeder was horribly unethical and walked away. It is apparently difficult to find a good one in the US.

Others would be Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Kerry Blue Terriers.
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Afghan hound - but I have one so I am not sure if that sounds or not.

We actually recently considered a Pyrenean mastiff - we even put down a deposit. Then I found out that the breeder was horribly unethical and walked away. It is apparently difficult to find a good one in the US.

Others would be Cardigan Welsh Corgi and Kerry Blue Terriers.
I'm interested in knowing which breeder you were going to get your Pyrenean Mastiff from, only because I want to make sure I don't make the mistake and get a dog from them in the future.
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There are so so many breeds that are way too cute as puppies.

I guess I would pick Belgian shepherd (any variation) or working German shepherd.

Pretty much any prick eared breed without exaggerated traits or structure is pretty in my eyes and so their puppies are too.

Spanish water dogs and lagottos are cute as what as puppies with their soft curly puppy coats but their adult look is more plain.
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