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    it came up with a gorgeous great dane, a german shorthaired pointer, which i dont really like, a weimeraner, and a boxer.

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    Sorry it was zilch for you. Any other qualities you're looking for so we can limit it down to certain breeds?

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    what about a husky, what are they like?

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    Huskies are fairly active, but Huskies are not hot weather dogs, and may overheat in a warmer climate. So depending on where you live, I'd be careful.

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    I want a dog to deter intruders, but no attacking unless i am really in danger. Really energetic and exuberent, but not a dog you would see every day, i.e lab, golden, cattle dog.

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    Husky is probably an excellent choice then. Just make sure they're kept cool in hot weather.

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    argh! I think it would get too hot for a husky. i live near cairns, and it can get pretty hot when it wants to be. I actually really like the great danes, a friend of mine has a absolutely GORGEOUS black girl, and she also has a harlequin dog which she was planning on breeding. Alice was the most beautiful dog I have ever seen, even over my two boxers. She ws careful inside, but when she got out, oh boy, she was great! Maybe a great dane would be right. I would only be doing aglility for fun, not realy competition. bella would be my competition agaility dog, if i got a dane. what do you reckon?

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    If you think you can love and care for a Dane, I say go for it! I don't think they are the 'easiest' breed to train, but look at it this way: Great way for you to bond! All that training for agility

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    sounds good... now I just gotta porpose it to the rents...
    Luckily they saw one today, that melted their hearts...

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    I'm crossing my fingers and toes for you babe!

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