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Name: EthansMom0213
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Found this list and I thought I would share...

Alano Espanol
Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog
American Bulldog
American Eskimo Dog
American Foxhound
American Lo-Sze Pugg
American Mastiff
Banter Bulldogge
Basset Artesien Normand
Bearded Collie
Bernese Mountain Dog
Border Terrier
Boston Terrier
Bull Boxer
Chinese Imperial Dog
Collie (Rough and Smooth)
Cretan Hound
Curly-Coated Retriever
Dakotah Shepherd
Danish-Swedish Farmdog
Dogue Brasileiro
Dorset Olde Tyme Bulldogge
Drentse Patrijshond
Dutch Smoushond
English Foxhound
English Setter
English Shepherd
Field Spaniel
Finnish Lapphund
Flat-Coated Retriever
Glen of Imaal Terrier
Golden Retriever
Gordon Setter
Great Dane
Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
Icelandic Sheepdog
Irish Wolfhound
Kerry Blue Terrier
Labrador Retriever
Lagotto Ramognolo
Miniature Australian Shepherd
Miniature Littlefield Sheepdog
Nebolish Mastiff
Norwegian Elkhound
Norwegian Buhund
Old English Sheepdog (Bobtail)
Olde English Bulldogge
Olde Victorian Bulldogge
Plott Hound
Portuguese Water Dog
Saint Bernard
Scotch Collie
Scottish Deerhound
Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
Spanish Mastiff
Spinone Italiano
Standard Poodle
Sussex Spaniel
Titan Bull-Dogge
Treeing Tennessee Brindle
Treeing Walker Coonhound
Valley Bulldog
Victorian Bulldog
Welsh Springer Spaniel

Alaskan Klee Kai
American Bandogge Mastiff
American Cocker Spaniel
American Water Spaniel
American White Shepherd
Appenzell Mountain Dog
Australian Bulldog
Australian Shepherd
Basset Hound
Berger De Picard
Bichon Frise
Black Mouth Cur
Bohemian Sheperd
Boykin Spaniel
Braque Du Bourbonnais
Cao da Serra de Aires
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Cesky Fousek
Cesky Terrier
Chesapeake Bay Retriever
Chinese Chongqing Dog
Cirneco Dell 'Etna
Clumber Spaniel
Coton De Tulear
Czechoslovakian Wolfdog
Deutscher Wachtelhund
Doodleman Pinscher
Dutch Shepherd Dog
English Cocker Spaniel
English Springer Spaniel
Entlebucher Sennehund
Estonian Hound
Finnish Spitz
Finnish Hound
German Shepherd Dog
Hairless Khala
Hellenikos Ichnilatis
Ibizan Hound
Irish Red and White Setter
Irish Setter
Japanese Spitz
King Shepherd
Large Munsterlander
Maremma Sheepdog
Native AmericanIndian Dog
New Zealand Huntaway
Norfolk Terrier
Norwich Terrier
Nova Scotia Duck-Tolling Retriever
Ori Pei
Perdiguero de Burgos
Peruvian Inca Orchid
Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen
Pharaoh Hound
Podengo Portuguesos Medio

Shiloh Shepherd
Siberian Husky
Silken Windhound
Spanish Water Dog
Tosa Inu
Wirehaired Vizsla

Ainu Dog
Airedale Terrier
Akbash Dog
Akita Inu
Alaskan Malamute
American Blue Gascon Hound
American Mastiff (Panja)

American Staffordshire Terrier

Anatolian Shepherd Dog
Australian Kelpie
Australian Terrier
Belgian Shepherd Groenendael
Belgian Shepherd Laekenois
Belgian Shepherd Malinois
Belgian Shepherd Tervuren
Black Russian Terrier
Bouvier des Flanders
Brittany Spaniel
Bulgarian Shepherd Dog
Canaan Dog
Cane CorsoItaliano
Carolina Fog
Caucasian Owtcharka
Doberman Pinscher
Dogo Argentino
Dogue de Bordeaux
Fila Brasileiro
German Pinscher
German Spitz
Great Pyrenees
Greenland Dog
Kangal Dog
Karelian Bear Dog
Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog
Miniature Schnauzer
Neapolitan Mastiff
Polski Owczarek Nizinny
Puli (Pulik)
Pyrenean Mistiff
Roman Rottweiler
Sillky Terrier
Slovensky Cuvac
Thai Ridgeback
Tibetan Mastiff
West Highland White Terrier
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon

Afghan Hound
American Hairless Terrier
Atlas Terrier
Australian Cattle Dog
Bedlington Terrier
Belgian Griffons
Black and Tan Coonhound
Bluetick Coonhound
Border Collie
Cairn Terrier
Caravan Hound
Cardigan Welsh Corgi
Chacy Ranior
Chinese Crested (hairless)
Chow Chow
Dandie Dinmont Terrior
English Toy Spaniel
Fox Terrier
French Bulldog
German Shorthaired Pointer
German Wirehaired Pointer
Giant Schnauzer
Grey Hound


Irish Terrier
Irish Water Spaniel
Italian Greyhound
Jack Russell Terrier
Japanese Spaniel (Chin)
Lakeland Terrier
Lancashire Heeler
Lhasa Apso
Lowchen (Little Lion Dog)
Manchester Terrier
Miniature Fox Terrier
Miniature Pinscher
Miniature Poodle
Mountain Cur
Mountain View Cur
Parson Russell Terrier
Patterdale Terrier
Pembroke Welsh Corgi
Rat Terrier
Redbone Coonhound
Rhodesian Ridgeback
Russian Spaniel
Scottish Terrier (Scottie)
Sealyham Terrier
Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie)
Skye Terrier
Smooth Fox Terrier
Standard Schnauzer
Swedish Vallhund
Tenterfield Terrier
Tibetan Spaniel
Tibetan Terrier
Toy Fox Terrier
Toy Poodle
Welsh Terrier
Wirehaired Fox Terrier
Yorkshire Terrier

New Guinea Singing Dog
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Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 2:15 AM
I thought it was interesting where the Pitbull stands in this list 

Name: lindalu | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 2:20 AM
I dont totaly agree with the list I think some of the breeds are far to bid strong and energenic for young children. If they mean temporment, I cant speak for all the breeds. I can however say I have a doberman and he is the most dosile calm dog. The Doberman is the only breed dog thats purpase was to protect people. They are refered to as the velcro dog, if you google velcro dog the doberman will come up. The European breed are a much nicer breed, Americans always ruen their dog breeds they never keep them true to the breed. Any way not to go off on a tangent, I think the doberman should have been higher on that list. 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 2:25 AM
I know what you mean...I didn't agree with all of the breeds either. I think is basedon the average temperment of the breed. Which again goes back to we can not assume that just because a breed has a history of aggression that your dog will have them same temperment.

* Any individual dog may be a good, loving pet, even though its breed is considered to be potentially dangerous. A responsible owner can win the love and respect of a dog, no matter its breed. One cannot look at an individual dog, recognize its breed, and then state whether or not it is going to attack 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 2:28 AM
My mom has a doberman and she is such a calm dog very good with children even though she has never been raised with them. My aunt also has 2 dobermans and the same thing. Great with kids even though they have not been raised with them. 

Name: Tiffany_SPCA | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 6:16 AM
Gee... did anyone else see that Shelties are under those better with OLDER children? 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 6:28 AM
Geeze EthansMum, you must have a lot of time on your hands...lol

This list is incorrect. I can see many dogs at the top of the list that shouldnt be there. And BASENJI??? lmao. It shouldnt even be included. Ever owned a basenji? I have, we had 4 when we were growing up through various breeders. All the same in temperament.

They are disobiedient, EXTREMELY hard to train. You have to keep them in an enclosure and they are not loyal and will not stay with you if they are not fenced or on a chain. They are an absolute handful to have period, I couldnt imagine trying to raise a child and having one of these dogs.

And AMERICAN PITBULL TERRIER is so high on the list because it starts with "A"---- moron! 

Name: atomic snowflake | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 9:02 AM
Disobediant and hard to train eh?.........Mmm......sounds like my son *LOL* 

Name: Tiffany_SPCA | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 8:04 PM
Hiddy-Once again-research. Personal experiences mean NOTHING. Average personal experiences DO. 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 9:59 PM

No, your wrong once AGAIN, moron. These basenjis ARE hard to train, they ARE disobiendent, pick up any book of dog breeds, go to the B section, and look up basenji. Its in the description of the breed.

I was speaking about MY personal experience with them, once again, stop putting words in my mouth. 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 18th, 2006 10:46 PM
Some of the things our basenjis used to do include.

You couldnt catch them, if they were out of their yard and you wanted to put them back in, they would think you were playing and just run and pounce around in front of you. Fun yes, but not when you have appointments to keep.

They are escape artists, they had a huge fence and used to jump it effortlessly.

We took them in the car when we used to go to school, as opening a car door was about the only way to catch them. However they soon became privy to this and would no longer get in the car.

They memorized the 5km route to our school and would leave 10 minutes before us, and meet us at the school gate.

They used to love it when the neighbour was doing her washing, they would wait until she went inside to answer her phone or something, then the two of them would would grab her clothes basket, (one handle each) and tip it out onto the dirt.

The dog catcher loved them too, while he was busy trying to catch one (which he never did) the other one would jump into the front seat of his van and eat his lunch.

When we accquired our first basenji, it was sitting in between my sister and I on the back seat during the journey home. It bit the both of us before we arrived home.

One of our basenjis used to love sleeping on the couch, and didnt like to be disturbed. You needed a long broom to hook around its neck to pry it off the couch.

Never leave your basenji unattended in a brand new appolstered car:
We visited a friend of my fathers once while travelling to Sydney with our basenjis and left them in a 4WD that my father had just reappolstered. We were gone for about an hour and they demolished it.

Oh that was a great trip, when we stopped to let the dogs out for a run at a park or something, or so they could go to the toilet, it took us 2 hours to recapture them.

Take note.... These dogs are extremely hard to train.

Why did we keep the breed. I dont know. My Dad loved them 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 2:42 AM
oh look once again hiddy has lowered herself to a 5 year old. Once again she need to call people names. Act your age.

And if you look you will see that each of the catagories range from a to z or is that you never learned how to read 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 2:59 AM
There are actually 5 catagories incase you didn't see that. And again each catagories range from A to Z.

And I apparently have less time them you since I am on this forum alot less then you. 

Name: momof3 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:03 AM
I know that I am going to start something here. But this is a touchy subject for me. I believe that if you get a dog from a reputable breeder, it is how you raise them. We had a Rottweiler that was 2 when we got him, so not raised with my son and you couldn't ask for a better dog with kids. A friend of mine had the sweetest Pit Bull, and she had 5 kids. I right now have a German Shephard mix, and he is awesome. We are looking at getting a Doberman, it is how you raise dogs and the most common dog bites are your Labs and such. Prime example, the woman who had the first "Face Transplant" was attacked by her Lab or golden retriever. But as with any dog they are animals. You may feel like they are a park of your family, like one of your kids, but they are an animal. My pets are part of my family, I am still upset about my Rott, and that was 3 years ago. 

Name: amise | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:26 AM
it depends when u get them or where u get them if they r young then u can teach them it just depends on how they r treated or where traeted 

Name: EthansMom0213 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:40 AM

That is what most of us in here have been saying. But because we believe this we are being abused. 

Name: amise | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:56 AM
i have a 3 year old and i have a 3 diffrent breads of dogs and they r very good with her 

Name: amise | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:58 AM
they r chihuahua, black and tan hound and, a chow,rot,germen sheperd mix 

Name: soon2bmomof6 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:17 AM
I have tried and tried not to respond to all this non sense, but I just can't help it!

I have had a very bad experience with a pit when I was a teenager........my parents thought it was the right thing to do to take in a pit that was in an abusive situation, she was being trained to fight.......she ended up literaly biting my cats head off.....mom and dad of course got rid of her that same hour!

So you could imagine how much I yelled, screamed and cussed out my husband when he decided to go to the pound and get me a pit for my birthday........exspecailly when we had a 7 yr old, a 6yr old and a 4 yr old at home and at that time I was 3 months pregnant with our fourth child!!! That was 5 years ago, this month and you want to know something..........we still have my birthday present! My unwanted b~day gift was and is the most sweetest, gentlest animal that anyone could ever know. He has not only grew up with our 3 oldest, he has seen 2 newborns cross through the threshold and come December he will see his third newborn. He has never growled, snarled and he only barks, maybe, 3 times a month. I get very iritated when close minded people, like I ONCE was, assume that my pit, is a "killer". We are talking about a dog that runs away from cats, (my parents cat liked to beat him up), he's afraid of our bird and our turtle.............he runs from them, crawls in a corner and shakes! Now tell me if that is a "killer"! I know from first hand knowledge that if you raise a pit to be mean, it will be mean, BUT, if you raise it to be loveable, it WILL be loveable. No matter what the breed is or how big the breed is, it will become what it is made to be. Our friends dog is smaller then my husbands boot, it growls and has knocked down and has tried biting my 15 month old. I'm more afraid of that thing hurting my baby then I would ever be of my pit hurting her. My kids have all pulled on our pits ears, poked at his eyes, tried riding him like a horse and he sits there and takes it, mind you I don't allow my kids to do this, but it does happen and like I said my pit lays there and takes it then tries giving the kids BIG smooches afterwards. My 75 yr old Grandfather as dubbed him Sir Licks A Lot. LOL!!!

Anyhow....that is my experience on this whole subject.........you shouldn't judge no one or any thing by it cover. 

Name: Bindi | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:23 AM
soon2bmomof6 the name Sir lick a lots closley resembles that of my dog because we have people constently tell us when they ask what type of dog we have and we say pitt that arn't they dangoures my husben always responds yes if your alergic to kisses 

Name: soon2bmomof6 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:27 AM

LOL!!! That's pretty much what we tell people too! 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:27 AM
No one here is disagreeing with the fact that they CAN be a great dog.

Im talking about the breed overall. 

Name: Hiddy | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:36 AM
and to evaluate,

The first one bit your cats head off right?
But the second Pitbull you got was nice?

Wow......In two Pitbull ownerships you encountered one that bit your cats head off. Thats pretty revealing.
And dont start the "Its the way the dog was mistreated" CRAP
It would have been aggressive anyway. Its the genes remember. 

Name: soon2bmomof6 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 8:55 AM
Wow............. and you say pit bulls are aggresive sweetie.......Talk about someone biting someones head off. I can still feel the sting on my cheek.

FYI.............these were my 2 most memorable ones.................my brother owns one........not mean..........my parents own one..........not mean and almost everyone I know owns one.....they all got their pits because they couldn't have ours. And I have had more than just two pits sweetie, but they died when they were pups.

Thanks for your evaluation though. 

Name: Terri | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 10:48 AM
A lady I work with does Lab Rescue and her PURE BRED lab has killed many cats in his day. So it's not just pitbulls that kill cats, all breeds are capable of it! GROW UP HIDDY! 

Name: Mckayla | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 3:07 PM
For someone like your self Hiddy to have a supposed degree in animal behavior you sure as hell couldnt take control of your own dog. And for you to say that pit bulls are such a horrible breed. At least pit bulls are EAGER to please their owners, they are great around kids. They are NOT that hard to train.
Maybe you were just an irresponsible owner???? I mean letting your dog loose and not contained, keeping your dog in a car for an hour, even talking about how they dont like to be woken up....so does that mean they have signs of aggression? I mean you did say you have to use a long broomstick to move them??? And how you got your 1st one and it bit you and your sister. FUNNY....every pit I have ever gotten full grown or a pup would not stop gving me kisses. The only time a pit has ever even came close to biting me is when they were puppies and they were teething......and that is NOT hard to break

Maybe instead of animal behavior you should try training. MAYBE you would actually LEARN something 

Name: lol | Date: Oct 26th, 2006 1:54 PM
1. hiddy
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Shut up, Hiddy!

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Name: marija | Date: Oct 27th, 2006 10:19 AM
a dingo???!!!
your not even allowed to have one, period! what a strange list 

Name: Naomi | Date: Nov 4th, 2006 11:36 AM
hi i am naomi scerri i'm from malta 

Name: Becky | Date: Sep 23rd, 2009 3:18 AM
Does anyone know if a Miniature Eskimo Spitz/German Shephard mix would be a good family dog, i.e. a good dog to have with my 4 and 9 year old? We would be getting it as a 7 week old puppy..... 

Name: carolyn | Date: Jun 20th, 2014 3:20 PM
I think it iis all in how tbey were raised 

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