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    Grin Germanic Dog Breeds

    Aeternitas is working hard to preserve this forum and she frequently gets headaches from moderating it.

    So I propose that we do something nice for her in return to make her smile & show our appreciation, so here's the 'Aeternitas puppy donation drive'

    Post pics of adorable puppies for her, whether your own puppies or random puppies (preferably Germanic ) from the internet!

    I start:

    German shepherds




    Pomeranian



    Highland terrier



    Yorkies



    Saint Bernard


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    Perhaps we could instead turn this thread into a Germanic dog breed thread? I believe that would be interesting. I read from a comment someone made on her profile that she likes Dobermanns.

    So, Dobermanns:













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    : There are brown dobermans?

    (p.s. good idea about the Germanic puppy thread. I never liked the Asian breeds anyway)

    Boxer



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    Golden retriever (a smiling one too )



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    Quote Originally Posted by Blood Axis View Post
    : There are brown dobermans?
    Not brown per se, but there are red and fawn (diluted red) Dobermanns.

    Most people know the most common black color of a Doberman Pinscher. However, two different color genes exist in the Doberman, one for black (B) and one for color dilution (D), which provides for four different color phenotypes: black, red, blue, and fawn (Isabella). The traditional and most common color occurs when both the color and dilution genes have at least one dominant allele (BB, Bb, or bB and DD, Dd, or dD), and is commonly referred to as black or black and rust (also called black and tan). The most common color variation occurs when the black gene has two recessive alleles (bb) but where the dilution gene has at least one dominant allele (DD, Dd, or dD), which produces what is called a red or red and rust Doberman Pinscher in America and a "brown" Doberman in the rest of the world, which is a deep reddish-brown with rust markings.
    The remaining two colors, "blue" and "fawn", are controlled by the color dilution gene. In the case of the blue Doberman, the color gene has at least one dominant allele (BB, Bb, or bB), but the dilution gene has both recessive alleles (dd). The fawn (Isabella) is the least common color and occurs when both the color and dilution genes have two recessive alleles (bb and dd). Thus, the blue color is a diluted black, and the fawn color is a diluted red.
    Since 1994 the blue and fawn colors have been banned from breeding by the Dobermann Verein in Germany and under FCI regulations Blue and Fawn are considered disqualifying faults in the international showring.
    Besides Dobermanns, I love Miniature Pinschers. They are so adorable and tiny, especially when they're babies.




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    How about some fox kits?



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    I like Rottweilers. I have two.



    By the way which are these dogs degenerated by breeding, toy breeds? I'm thinking not the Miniature Pinschers, because they seem to be active animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    By the way which are these dogs degenerated by breeding, toy breeds? I'm thinking not the Miniature Pinschers, because they seem to be active animals.
    The Miniature Pinscher is not considered a toy breed (at least not in Germany), it's a terrier, and one of the oldest breeds. It is a very active and energetic breed. It is said to be a "big dog in a tiny dog's body" and it is very outgoing, it even likes to boss around bigger breeds. Not only can it move around without problems, but it actually needs a lot of exercise daily.

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    Puppies! I want to (((hug))) them.









    I have a Great Dane. But it's not a puppy anymore, it's biiiig. When it comes to me to greet me and jumps at me I can fall. But he is still my big baby, I forgive him.

    I don't like dogs with too much hair. Icki, I don't want my couch and food full of hairs.

    These puppies above are Great Dane puppies.

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    Swedish Vallhund





    Saint Bernard


    Alsatians



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    Great Dane




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    Puppy love.










    By the way is it just me, or do dogs don't really like foreigners? My Great Dane always gets nervous and angry around foreigners and barks at them, he doesn't act the same way around Germans unless they try to attack or something.

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