well i have two dogs one is a pit bull named brooklyn she is so cute with her dark brown and white coat. I also have a yorkie poo named polo. he has so much energy. i would say i have to many favorite breeds to name just one or two.
Best dog i ever met was a golden named thorsen big old fat boy with always the worst hair cut like shaved with just a furry tail. I met him when i worked for a doggie daycare. He walked around like he owned the place with his hawwain print bandana and always getting in every dogs face just to get them annoyed. He was like old football guys but such a pain you had to love him. I would walk in he would howl/yell till i came to him and hugged him. God forbid i pet another dog before him he would go to the fathest place and wouldnt look at me till i babied him..he was such a brat but who couldnt love a big chubby old golden wearing hawwain bandana and fluffy tail and a big smile
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