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Now that we have her... Breed ID help?

Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by hollymh, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. hollymh

    hollymh *A Scrambled Egg*

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    Want to get some conformation, hubby and I can't decide what she is.

    Age: 8-12wks
    Behavior: Super friendly with everyone and everything, exibiting very low preydrive, easily trained, very attached to me and the kids
    Weight: 8.40#


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    Not the best photo but it's her with my 4.5yr old
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  2. Moonkit

    Moonkit Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Part Labrador for sure.. can we get some full body profile pics? What sort of behavior does she exhibit?
     
  3. Redyre Rotties

    Redyre Rotties Chillin' With My Peeps

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    You need more and better photos for anyone to take a real guess, and it would be good to know her age and weight.

    Full side view, front view, and something in the photo so you can tell what her size is.
     
  4. rancher hicks

    rancher hicks Chicken Obsessed

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    If you like her, does it matter? She's pretty that for sure.

    Rancher
     
  5. Redyre Rotties

    Redyre Rotties Chillin' With My Peeps

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    With those size of the ears, and with them already rosing and about to go up, I would lean more towards an APBT mix rather than lab.
     
  6. hollymh

    hollymh *A Scrambled Egg*

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    Quote:Sure doesn't, love this dog, she is amazing. I have an idea but hubby and I only want to know so as to get tips on training.
     
  7. Skyesrocket

    Skyesrocket Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Her body looks long. Dashund or Teddy Roosevelt terrier mix? Corgie? What other short haired breeds have long bodies? She is a pretty dog and it doesn't look like she has missed many meals...[​IMG]
     
  8. hollymh

    hollymh *A Scrambled Egg*

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    Quote:lol she has a bit of bloating/swelling from being fixed, there is a very awful problem with strays here so if you adopt a requirement is to have them fixed before you bring them home. She's def a good eater though!
     
  9. Skyesrocket

    Skyesrocket Chillin' With My Peeps

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    if you adopt a requirement is to have them fixed before you bring them home

    That is a good idea.​
     
  10. hollymh

    hollymh *A Scrambled Egg*

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    Any guesses at what she is?
     

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