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6 Breed Suggestions for Active Owners

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    Lightbulb 6 Breed Suggestions for Active Owners

    Here are six breeds suggested for active owners, including the Rhodesian Ridgeback and the Bernese Mountain Dog. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites...og-breeds.aspx

    I think some other breeds for active owners are Border Collies, German Shorthair Pointers, Jack Russell Terriers, Labrador Retrievers, etc. What breeds do you think are good for the high-energy owner??

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    I have a Border Collie and he's perfect for me. Always wants to be outside, go for rides, walks and runs. If I bring the leash out, he's ready to go before I am and I always run out of steam before he does. We love being active together.


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    How about a Dalmatian? Our neighbor used to have one. She was full of energy. Very playful, too. Her owner would always take her on walks-- twice a day.

    JRTs are awesome. Some of them are even smart enough to figure out how to entertain themselves like this little guy.


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    I have 3 German shepherds who keep me very active. I suppose I should get them introduced.

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    Our Shepherd is never still and wants to play ball non stop she is 3, our Labrador just wants to lay around, not interested in exercise of any kind, he is 4 and has never been very active, he would rather just watch our Shepherd doing all the execising.
    I think German shepherds
    Terriers
    And Staffy's appear to like plenty of play time.

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