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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by EnglishOrps31, Mar 8, 2017.
I was told that she was a Great Pyrenees.Is she?She has double dew claws.
Looks like a mixed breed to me but I'm no expert.
Also no expert, my guess would be a mix with a good bit of Pyr.
with unregisted dogs, dogs from irresponsible breeders, and other similiar situations, there is no way to know for sure. She may be a mixed that is primarily GP. She may have zero GP and be a random mix that happens to have some traits in common with the breed. She could be purebred but very poorly bred, with no concern for the standard. All 3 are possible but, looking at her, one of the first 2 are more likely.
It looks to me like she has a merle coat pattern. Merle occurs in a number of breeds, including several breeds of shepherd, but it wouldn't be found in a purebred Great Pyr. That spells "mix" to me.
Thanks for the replies.What could she possibly be mixed with besides a shepherd?
Here are some more pics of her.
It is very common for Pyrenees to be crossed with other guardian breeds. Anatolians, Maremma, and Leonbergers are all commonly crossed to produce a better overall guardian. If you really want to know, have a DNA test done.
I wouldn't waste my money on the DNA tests. For anything other than paternity, they are notoriously unreliable. Even known purebreds come back as unfathomable mixes from time to time
I don't think so, aren't they usually white with no spots? I dunno