what kind of dog should i get if i have never had a pet dog?

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medium dog not energetic and a short cot easy training

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    18 Responses to “what kind of dog should i get if i have never had a pet dog?”

    1. Natalie Thompson says:

      Unbelievable!! I was able to get my dog to do basic tricks within a short period and change behavioural tendencies also. I recommend this as a good source to help you out.
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    2. Yuliana Morgan says:

      Hey I see that you need some sort of guide that will give you tips and tricks
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    3. Yuridia Greene says:

      Hey I see that you need some sort of guide that will give you tips and tricks
      to help your dog become fully trained and more healthy. Recently one of my friends really
      needed some advice on how to train his dog, he followed the dog training academy course
      to successfully have a full trained dog in a few weeks.

      Best Regards;

    4. Adolfo Tailor says:

      Hi there..I noticed you require some tips and tricks to help train your dog. A colleague of mine was in the same shoes a few weeks back before she tried the dog training home study course. The result turned out splendidly as her dog showed remarkable progress just within some weeks.

    5. Malik Nelson says:

      Hey noticed your questions. Before we got our dog we had a bunch of questions, what kind etc. After getting our pet we had even more questions. How to house train, train to stay in the yard, crate training plus all the questions of how to take care of her. Wish I had found this sooner but I came across a new Blog that has some very useful information. Thought you might want to check it out.

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    6. Hannah Bickford says:

      Australian Cattle Dog. They are a little energetic but they are very very smart and easy to train and are very fun companions.

    7. Popol Vuh says:

      a black labrador retriever they are the best dogs ever love to play, love to swim love, to be with the owner, love everything and they are the most happy dogs they are always with there tail waggling the only bad thing is that if a small baby pass by him and the tail hits him he might fall and the labrador will start licking his face 🙂

    8. katie2222233334444 says:

      If you do not want an energetic dog, stay away from any form of retriever- mostly labs. There are of course exceptions. If you really want a retriever than I would get an old one. My neighbor had a chocolate lab who was nine years old. This dog had atleast two times as much energy as my 7 month old german shepherd . My first dog dog was a german shepherd. She is fantastic and has really become part of the family. German shepherds are usually dominant which is why we were iffy about getting her with no previous dog experience. We took her to training classes and she has come so far! This breed of dog is extrememly intelligent. My neighbor has a german shepherd who is nine months old now. Not only has she learned all her commands in German, but she is the most obediant dog I have ever seen! I may be biased, but I am all for the shepherds!

      I also forgot to mention you can get them mixed with other types of dogs and this can limit their size if that is a problem.

    9. Maycee Jones says:

      I have two wire hair fox terriers, They are absolutely awesome with young kids.they are playful as well as snuggly! I have had one of them since I was about three years old. They are smart, sensitive,and easy to train. But they are definitly not outside dogs. They love other dogs and are absolutely adorable! If you are not sure look them up on images and/or YouTube……if you decide to get one please email me. If you don’t get one please email me and tell what kind of dog you have and it’s name!

    10. pinkheart says:

      well you should probally get a small dog, like a lap dog:) but then again golden retrevers are WONDERFUL dogs and wener dogs. my sister has pugs & pug and chiwawa mixes and there good. so it all depends 🙂

    11. Sophia Webster says:

      A poodle mix dephinately make sure it is a standard poodle mix with a small dog Luke a havanese

    12. Bello says:

      A great dog for people who have never owned a dog is something like a Border Collie, it doesn’t grow too large (Unless you over feed it) but you have to be able to play with it sometimes; otherwise it’d be pointless getting a dog. All dogs are energetic as they grow and develop but they’ll calm down as they grow older and as you train them to be good and quiet. To see exactly what dog you should get; see the link in my sources.

    13. Layla W says:

      I think german shepherd dogs, golden retreivers, labs, and pitbulls make great pets though they may have too much energy for you. I think maybe a lab mix would be good for that description.

    14. Davide Napolitano says:

      My step brother has a dog once. Tinhorn little bugger

    15. CodKid says:

      a chocolate lab, great lovable dog, playful, great with every person, a great family dog, oh, and this dog is very easy to train too. It’s an all around great dog!

    16. Kunzy says:

      a stuff dog.

    17. Denim Dan says:

      the best dogs I’ve had were just free mixed breeds that you can find in a local newspaper.

    18. Hii says:

      Pug. they might cost a little higher then your expectations but they’re worth it.

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