1. Doberman Pinscher (black & tan)
2. Standard Poodle (black phantom)
3. Beauceron (harlequin)
4. American Cocker Spaniel (buff)
5. Shetland Sheepdog (tri-colour blue merle)
1. Kooikerhondje (red sable with a lot of white piebald)
2. Icelandic Sheepdog (red sable and white)
3. Whippet (fawn brindle and white)
4. Brittany (orange and white)
5. Chihuahua (red piebald)
(can you tell i have a thing for red and white dogs)
1. Doberman (black & tan, but a full-coated Isabella can have my heart)
2. Dalmatian (black spotted)
3. German shepherd (sable)
4. Smooth border collie (lilac)
5. American hairless terrier (black and tan, blame @puppyrazzi)
1. Irish Wolfhound (black or gray)
2. Doberman Pinscher (black and tan)
3. Labrador Retriever (black)
4. German Shepherd (sable)
5. Standard Poodle (black)
I like darker colored dogs I guess lol
1. English springer spaniel (liver + white)(or black and white with tan but those are hella rare)
2. Border collie (no preference)
3. Silken windhound (brindle)
4. Brittany spaniel (liver + white)
5. Welsh springer spaniel (red + white)
These are in no particular order
1. Icelandic Sheepdog (black and white)
2. Brittany (tricolor)
3. Kishu-ken (white OR sesame)
4. Silken Windhound (white)
5. Doberman (red and tan)
1. Dachshund (Chocolate Dapple)
2. German Shepherd (Sable)
3. English Cocker Spaniel (Blue Roan)
4. Mudi (Cifra)
5. Cardigan Welsh Corgi (Brindle)
1. Belgian tervuren/malinois (black mask, gold sable)
2. Dachshund (piebald black-and-tan)
3. Schipperke (black)
4. German shepherd (agouti)
5. Literally anything with Irish spotting, with special shoutout to border collies
1. German shepherd (black or dark sable)
2. Mechelaar (as big/dark a mask as possible)
3. Smooth collie (tricolour)
4. Galgo español (pitch black without markings OR any brindle variation)
5. Standard poodle (black or grey)
Shoutout to brindle in general, solid colours without markings (the darker the better), and ticking in any colour!
1. Ibizan Hound - pinto
2. Whippet - very light fawn brindle
3. Doberman - black and rust
4. Saluki - red sable
5. Azawakh - red with a minimal white
1. American pit bull terrier - buckskin and white with a black mask
2. Bull terrier - solid white
3. Cane Corso - blue brindle
4. american bulldog - brindle and white piebald
5. tosa inu - red with a black mask
Bindi’s embark health results came back.
she tested clear for most things (thank god) but she apparently is at risk for degenerative myelopathy
which…here’s the description the vet sent me
so uh that’s a thing i guess
im scared, but honestly i dont think I’ve seen any symptoms yet and she’s already like 9 years old so…maybe she just will never show any?
she has trouble getting up after lying down, but that’s it. I’ve never seen her knuckle over or drag her feet.
so yeah, im not happy and will definitely bring this up at her next vet visit but im cautiously optimistic.
the actual fun stuff, like the breed results will be available in a day or two so I’ll keep yall posted
Hi! I really love your blog, and have been following on a different account for a good while. I'm fairly new to the dogblr community as a whole and was wondering if you had any dogblr/dog centric blogs that you like and recommend following?
Awww thank you! I follow a ton of dog blogs that I enjoy and learn from but as soon as anyone asks me this, I can’t remember more than four haha. A few I really enjoy are @meimogui @werewolvesinthewoods @blueboyluca @nixtevs-hugo-boss @bulldogges @oregonforestdog @silver-sivien @cynological @twobigears @spartathesheltie @wyrddogs @losech @aquestionablemutt @small-sesame-seed @marloandmav-adventurers Dogblr has a lot of good eggs, I enjoy being part of the community and I hope you do too.
People are attracted to Malinois because of the intensity and power in everything they do, but then are astounded when they get a Mal and it does things with intensity and power… in their house… to THEM. They look at God’s Perfect Working Dog and think “there’s no way this could go wrong” and then God’s Perfect Working Dog directs divine justice towards their couch
Here are nine Ibizan Hounds. They’re from the 1970s, 80s, 90s, and early 2000s.
They could all finish in the breed ring today. They’re all beautiful examples.
A lot of breeds change, but the Ibizan has largely remained the same. It’s one of the many reasons why I love this breed, and have the utmost respect for the breeders. If you want to see what a true preservation breeder is… look at the Ibzian Hound breeders.
One thing that will always make me smile are videos of these big bad working dogs violently wagging their tails during bitework. They are just SO HAPPY to be doing The Thing that they will never look scary to me and I will want to pet them and inform them of the good boys and girls they are.
“SPECIAL CONSTABLE PETER BENJAMIN (Loucheux Indian) breaks trail for R.C.M.P. patrol en route to Ft. McPherson from Old Crown in March, 1969. This was the “last official R.C.M.P. sled dog patrol,” a 500-mile round trip.”
Lorna Coppinger, The World of Sled Dogs: From Siberia to Sport Racing, 1977