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What breeds of dogs are now popular in Poland?

27 Mar 2008 /  #31
It's outrageous here in Warsaw, lots of dumbf*ck idiots have pitbulls, rottweilers and other monstrosities. Someone mentioned earlier this daft Polish habit of emulating anything American, hence the crap rap rip offs and baseball hatted twats with dangerous dogs roaming the streets. All American pastiche here is based on what young people see on MTV, unfortunately young Poles just 'steal' their culture from other countries so all music, art etc is just an embarassing copy. I got accosted by a drunk guy with a pitbull who took the dogs' muzzle off and tried to get the thing to attack me! luckily the dog just started jumping up at its owner and I managed to run away. On another occasion we saw a group of guys trying to coax their pitbull into attacking a petrified mongrel dog tied up outside a supermarket. I didn't want to get involved (chicken) but my girlfriend jumped in and went nuts at these guys!
urszula 1 | 253  
27 Mar 2008 /  #32
Breeds of dogs come and go. Pitbulls and rotts are in. It's just a fad all over the world. Next will be the Dandie Dinmont Terrier and the King Charles Spaniel.
away guy 10 | 343  
27 Mar 2008 /  #33
I see many of these dogs they go for around 1ooo zl we use them for hunting

Knickerbocker J  
14 Dec 2008 /  #34
I've been here a day, and have seen 3 Burnese Mountain Dogs. I'd be lucky to see 3 in a year in Australia!
jesse23 - | 21  
14 Dec 2008 /  #35
hey i have seen many different breeds here but what gets me is they are not with there owners but wondering the streets i was almost in a accident with my boyfriend when we were driving along and a dog ran out in front of us luckly we nor the dog was hurt

But i am interested in bring my dogs over in the new year but can not bring then in to my apartment as iam not aloud so iam wondering if there is anywhere in wroclaw that may be willing to house them for me of course i would walk, feed and groom then myself i just need housing, until i can find something more suitable.

If anyone knows i would be so happy to hear
krysia 23 | 3,057  
14 Dec 2008 /  #36
Here's a few dog hotels in Wroclaw. Some charge $40 zł. a day, which would be around $15.00 in Poland.
jesse23 - | 21  
15 Dec 2008 /  #37
Thank you so much well give them a try after the new year xx
15 Dec 2008 /  #38
What breeds of dogs are now popular in Poland?

those which taste good with onion...

krysia 23 | 3,057  
15 Dec 2008 /  #39
and ketchup
30 Nov 2009 /  #40

I'm living in £ódź for a few months with my husband and want to buy a dog here that I will bring to the U.S. with us when we return- I looked at Beagles yesterday but they can never be off a leash and I'd like a dog that I can trust not to run off since I enjoy camping and want it to have some freedom at a dog park. Do you have any suggestions of a short haired active breed that can be trusted with proper training not to run off and is tolerable of apartment living with enough exercise? Also do you know of a do shelter or breeders in £ódź? Yesterday we checked out a local "dog market," pretty interesting place.

Thank you,

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