This is the Zulkey family dog. My parents had a
named Major for 16 years and now have a newer model named Looey.
They definitely are...spirited. And vocal. But cute. They're vain, too,
you can tell.
I feel like the Smooth Collie has all the
smiliness, intelligence and pep of a regular Collie but is at a major
disadvantage without the long, flowing coat. I love an underdog.
The Greyhound is MY
dog so of course he deserves to win all the awards. They've
basically got it all, as a breed: fascinating history, amazing athletic
prowess, heartbreakingly sweet personality and the pity factor. If you
want me to tell you more about why Greyhounds are the best, let me know.
My in-laws like this breed, and since they
have 11 cats, I am all about encouraging them to like an animal that is
not a cat, so I am pro-Schipperke. It has an adorable name, a cute body
like a little black bush, and is Belgian. Most things from Belgium are
Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever:
Just look at that face!
This is a controversial one in my house. My
husband thinks this breed looks too weird. I on the other hand love how
it looks like a little lamb.
I always like how peevish this little dog
looks. He looks like a gremlin. The dogs that win Best in Show always
look pleased so I'd be curious to see what a happy Brussels Griffon
I'm not really into toy dogs but I love
watching this one walk.
Just look at this dog. There's one in my neighborhood named "Aslan" which I think is an appropriate name for a Great Pyrenees: it's a leonine dog with undeniably Christlike characteristics. This dog will save us all.