|May 4, 2001|
|If you were a dog, what breed would you be?Doggies! Doggies!
Doggies! My first impulse would be to say a coonhound because my baby is a coonhound but a
lot of people who live around here and have coondogs treat them really badly... but then
again, I'm not sure.
Probably a wild dog of some type; a feral
dog living on the outskirts of town. Or a golden retriever... that would be nice... but
truly, I don't want to be a dog. Not at all, at all.
OK USA That kind would keep an eye out for whatever kind of tree Barbra Walters would be...or a golden retriever. Alias Irrelevante
I'd either be a mutt or a wolf.
Some sort of terrier...i love those :)
I'd probably be a Golden Retriever. They're blond, friendly, energetic, and loyal. But I'd much rather be a cat.
Probably one of the spaniels -- they are curly haired, friendly and reasonably intelligent.
I think I would be a poodle or peikanese. I'm fairly high maintainance so I need lots of grooming and love to be happy.
God, I hate these sort of questions, the answers belong in a lonely hearts column, "Dedicated border collie seeks shy reclusive poodle". No don't ask them.
One of those little weiner dogs... Don't ask me why; it just seems to fit...
A scruffy but affectionate little mutt.
Hmm... I can't think of any breed to suit me. I'd more likely be a cat - quiet and lazy.
A black lab, their the best.
Sarah S., 17
An indulged cocker spaniel.
I thought about having a dog, but I don't think it would be a good idea... I can't even keep a plant away in my flat, I guess I am just not good at such things.
But if I had a dog, it would be of a small breed, a vital one, but nevertheless a dog I could cuddle with.
Probably an Airedale--I'd have some dignity and a great deal of energy and purpose.
Irish Wolfhound. Be able to scare most anyone!
Probably a Boxer or a Beagle. You know...I have no idea why, but those were the two breeds that came to mind first as I pondered this cute question.
According to http://quiz.ivillage.com/parentsoup/tests/dogs.htm I'd be a Jack Russell Terrier, and according to http://www.emode.com/c/579/dog/ I'd be a Cocker Spaniel. I suspect the offspring of those two dogs together would be rather peculiar.
A Beagle. After all, Beagle's reek of awesomeness...My old dog, the Legendary Big Guy Sarge (1985-199) was a Beagle...and Dilly Willy is a Beagle...so I probably am a bit biased in favor of Beagles.
According to a silly (but fun little test on emode - http://www.emode.com ), I am like a Bernese Mountain Dog (St. Bernard). I actually would agree with that.
I would be a mutt. I think that mutts are often healthier than pure bred dogs. More importantly, though, I think that specific things are not usually expected of mutts - so that they get to develop into their own individuals.
Rockville, MD USA A Queensland Heeler...just like my real dog. Kevin M. A Golden Retriever that someone takes VERY good care of! Tracy, 24
Ocean City, NJ USA