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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    2 huskys and a belgian malinois.

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    Amazing! They're all gorgeous and I bet they're extreme characters haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsGo4420 View Post
    My Golden!


    Picsss id love to see her

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    Quote Originally Posted by BybonsonofPhola View Post
    Amazing! They're all gorgeous and I bet they're extreme characters haha
    Definitely! Super energetic lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank zazz View Post
    We put down an American bulldog we had for ten years a couple of months ago and than my wife picked up a boxer from a rescue . That damn dog is the most annoying needy damn dog I have ever met . She always needs to be in your lap or on top of you and talk about jumping fences .
    I'm sorry to hear that. I just had to put down my dog a while ago too it sucks. Haha that sounds like a boxer. I like to call them forever puppies. Oh man and shes an escape artist haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rot-Iron66 View Post
    Buddy's our recent rescue after our dog "Olive" died from Lyme Disease at only 4 years old. She got it from the dumb-ass lady who had her up for adoption, didnt take care of her animals, ticks, fleas, etc.
    Infuriates me.

    Olly is the tan female one (RIP), Buddy is our new male (white one).
    Thats awful! I'm sorry to hear that. I just don't know what the hell people think sometimes. She was definitely very pretty though and I'm glad she got a good home for her time here. Ohhh man he looks like he'd be a blast to play with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    Definitely! Super energetic lol

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    Hahaha I can only imagine

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    Quote Originally Posted by buki1718 View Post
    Definitely! Super energetic lol

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    I have heard that about malinois. Does he/she get destructive if not given enough mental and physical stimulation? They're bad ass dogs, crazy athletic, but I don't know if I could handle one.

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    Here's our foofy girl. She's about 8 now (not entirely sure) we rescued her 4 years ago. She's bordernese (border collie/bernese mountain dog). She's literally the smartest dog I've ever owned by a long shot. She actually understands english...which gets kind of annoying sometimes. Still obnoxiously energetic, she'll play until she can't walk so we have to regulate how much guests play with her. Love her to death

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel618 View Post
    I have heard that about malinois. Does he/she get destructive if not given enough mental and physical stimulation? They're bad ass dogs, crazy athletic, but I don't know if I could handle one.
    My mom's shepherd/malinois cross is obnoxiously energetic. She's does tend to destroy stuff of she's not getting enough attention or if my mom is gone for too long. Really smart dog too. I personally wouldn't get one because of exactly what you mentioned

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Here's our foofy girl. She's about 8 now (not entirely sure) we rescued her 4 years ago. She's bordernese (border collie/bernese mountain dog). She's literally the smartest dog I've ever owned by a long shot. She actually understands english...which gets kind of annoying sometimes. Still obnoxiously energetic, she'll play until she can't walk so we have to regulate how much guests play with her. Love her to death
    My lady has a border collie and her motor never stops. She's 10 and has to get a baby aspirin to help her hips from hurting from time to time. She's non-stop play if you let her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diesel618 View Post
    I have heard that about malinois. Does he/she get destructive if not given enough mental and physical stimulation? They're bad ass dogs, crazy athletic, but I don't know if I could handle one.
    Yup super needy but very intelligent. Requires alooooooot of attention. Luckily she has the other 2 huskys to keep her company while im at work or gym but always need to take her for walks/runs to get her anxiety out if not she does act up. Honestly didn't think of it like that when I got her, I think most people don't lol. I love my maligator tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GarlicChicken View Post
    Here's our foofy girl. She's about 8 now (not entirely sure) we rescued her 4 years ago. She's bordernese (border collie/bernese mountain dog). She's literally the smartest dog I've ever owned by a long shot. She actually understands english...which gets kind of annoying sometimes. Still obnoxiously energetic, she'll play until she can't walk so we have to regulate how much guests play with her. Love her to death
    Shes gorgeous and you can definitely see the intelligence in her eyes. That's definitely a mix of some very smart dogs. I can only imagine all she gets up to

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    My olde English bulldog.. the best dog ever had my buddy

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    Dogs need a lot of attention, this is a big responsibility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Joe View Post
    My olde English bulldog.. the best dog ever had my buddy

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    Oh man I love him. He looks amazing

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