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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    One year
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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    And they rock.
    But they don't look cool on a leash in the park.
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498
    But they don't look cool on a leash in the park.
    Not one bit.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    The right dog is also a chick magnet.

    Just sayin'

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62
    The right dog is also a chick magnet.

    Just sayin'

    You're right. When my wife met my dogs, I just became a passenger in the relationship.
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    beb.

    Funny enough, when I was in college I was in the same boat you are in now. I wanted to get a dog, and I wanted to get a bulldog. I got some books at the school library and went to a bulldog breeder and talked to them. I found out what everyone in here has told you in about 12 posts - they are really expensive to take care of. I didn't end up getting the dog because of the costs involved. I spent that money on a wide screen TV.

    As far as house dogs go, I think one of the better breeds for that are Boston Terriers. They are sooo cool. They kind of look like miniature bulldogs, but they are funny, funny dogs. My roommate in college had one and his name was Dudley. One of the best dogs I've ever known. Loyal, happy go lucky, funny, loving, and he had no problems sitting around all day waiting for us to come home. You might want to look into those and do a little more research on them if you're interested. I would advise talking to a breeder about the breed as well. They know a lot about the dogs and are a good resource.
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    Chicks would dig the Boston Terrier as well. I know my roommate got a lot of attention when he walked him around campus. It's not some huge dog (lab, rottweiler, boxer) that some girls would be afraid of. Girls will think you're secure in your manhood if you're walking one of these little guys around.
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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    You want a chick magnet, an automatic conversation starter, and one of the coolest little dogs you'll ever see, try this.....


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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Those dogs look like 1/2 dachshund, 1/2 Puffy.
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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Welsh Corgi!!!

    Pugs are cool as well.

    Aren't English Springer Spaniels supposed to be the smartest (if you can measure such things) breed?
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Smartest? Nah, they get picked off base too much.

    Makes all the routine posts.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    But they have very high fielding percentages!
    When all is said and done more is said than done.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    Quote Originally Posted by dabvu2498
    But they have very high fielding percentages!
    ..and a good walk rate.
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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    As cool as they are, I never was a fan of purebred dogs. The sheer amount of inbreeding and overbreedings with a number of lines have caused so many genetic problems that these dogs just become too sick and expensive for some people to properly care for. Mutts, on the other hand, tend to have less problems and are much cheaper. Plus, they give the same amount of love!

    Also, I've noticed that dachshund mixes tend to get the most attention from women. I have no idea why, but those dogs do almost as good of a job as adorable children when it comes to getting the, "AWWWW!!!!!" response from women.

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    Re: English Bulldog vs. Samsung 50" DLP HDTV

    I guess i could always get one when Im older and have the money to spend on a breed such as an English Bulldog

    Other Breeds Id be interested in/like are:
    Bullmastiff
    Newfoundland (parents own 1)
    American Bulldog
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