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I like them. I'd suggest spending some time with any breed before making a decision. Choosing a breed based on research on the internet and the opinions of others can be risky. Getting to know a breed by going to shows and meeting breeders is much more likely to provide the information to help you make a good choice on your first dog.

They are intelligent dogs. They learn like all dogs learn. All dogs have the "knack" to learn.

They are athletic and best in a home that is willing to do some sort of activity that fulfills their high energy needs. Agility is a sport they excel in.

Any decent breed club site can explain the anatomy. The food isn't dependent on anatomy type. I don't know what kibble is available where you live. If you like doing research get Linda Case's book Dog Food Logic.

ETA if your four years of research included personal experience with this breed, you can ignore my first comment on getting to know the breed in person. :)
 
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