View Poll Results: What 'group' is your dog?

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  • Sporting

    0 0%
  • Hound

    4 16.00%
  • Working

    11 44.00%
  • Terrier

    7 28.00%
  • Toy

    5 20.00%
  • Non Sporting

    0 0%
  • Herding

    6 24.00%
  • Misc.

    3 12.00%
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Thread: What Group is Your Breed.

  1. #1
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    Default What Group is Your Breed.

    I thought it would be intersting to see what category the majority of the pups here belonged too.
    You can vote for each of your dogs.
    If you have a mix, you can vote for either. Say you were Boxer cross Rhodesian Ridgeback, you could vote for working or hound.
    Once voted, post what breeds you own and what category they went into.

    There seems to be so many Staffys here!
    Last edited by aussiemyf7; 08-19-2009 at 08:24 AM.
    Education not Legislation

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    Roly, Jack Russel Terrier, Terrier.
    Lady, Kelpie, Herding.
    Education not Legislation

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    Charlie- Labrador Retreiver- I put working If i was wrong to put working sorry- But he is group 3 (Gundog)
    NJ- Staffordshire Bull Terrier- group 2 (Terrier)

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    Good idea to have multiple choices.

    I made a mistake as well. I missed herding at the bottom so I put Kenna into working.

    Arwen - Pug - Toy
    Kenna - Shetland Sheepdog - working
    Strada - Whippet - Hound

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    Ziggy- Cattle dog cross (probably staffy, not sure), so I voted working

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    Seeing as Floyd is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier i answered group "Terrier"

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    my rottie is working (although she's actually fits perfectly in "couch potato" group )

    and I have miscelaneous pekingese x cocker spaniel

    However, my favourite dog group is herding/flock guarding

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    Hound
    Hound
    Hound
    Hound

    But I only got one vote...

    Oh, and the fosters:

    Hound
    Hound


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    Mish is a Ridgie x GSD - she'd like to herd, but just can't be bothered after she tried it once. She had a real fascination for runners on the move until she discovered that in living in suburbia is no fun & nothing like chasing lions on an open prairie ....

    Tara is a reg coloured GSD - Working dog, right ?? Think again .... At 2 & a half, Tara is still very much "folks are dumb where I come from". She hasn't the slightest inclination or interest in doing any "work" & going to school means "You beauty !! When Mum lets me off the lead for that off lead thingy, I'll nick off & run around to every class to say hello." For those of you living in Melbourne, you'll understand us calling her Lillian Frank.

    Spirit is a White GSD. Definitely a working dog .... although I really wish she would stop trying to eat the cat (Scout) & not treat everything that isn't nailed down as either a treat or a toy. It was ever so quiet in the house one day. I went into the spare room & there was Spirit on the spare bed flouncing around in a room full of feathers. She had ripped a hole in the doona & was digging to China ..... *sigh*

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    working naturally. All of my dogs, rescue or not, show working ability - even Flash who prefers to nick off and do his own thing at every opportunity. He would have made a great tracking dog in his youth...

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