Post # 1
This is Cooper. We got him from a pet store that was about to close its doors, and two days later he would have gone to a shelter. We fell in love with the munchkin, took him home and never looked back. However, the info we recieved on him seemed off, so we did a puppy DNA test. Results just came back but I’d like some opinions…What do you think he is?
Post # 3
@crr219191: He doesn’t look like any pedigree that I’ve ever seen but OMG is he cute!!
Post # 4
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On the second one he looks like a tall Lhasa apso hehe. Hmm plus havanese & some terrier? Though every time a bee posts similar topics and they have the tests there’s always some random ass breed mixed in that no one will guess lol. I wouldn’t be surprised if your doggy was part husky or something :p
Post # 6
So when we bought him we were told Pomeranian Poodle..but the test came back as Alaskian Husky Poodle.
Post # 7
Poodle? Maybe. Husky? No way.
Post # 8
@crr219191: Looks like a Kromfohrlander and Havanese mix to me but I definitely don’t see husky/poodle mix
Maybe a husky and miniture poodle would make a pup that looks like your baby but that just seems really odd…Genetics are strange
EDIT: Found a mix called Eskapoo and one dog looked like your furbaby SO that is pretty interesting 🙂
Post # 9
@crr219191: I can definitely see poodle. I have a toy poodle x terrier. We were told she was a poodle x mini fox terrier but not a chance! I have come to realise she has to be x cairn terrier (like Toto from Wizard of Oz). Sometimes there are recessive traits which make you really guess cross breeds!
Post # 10
He’s a scrumptious ball of furry puppy cuteness, that’s what he is.
I reeeeally want to get doggy DNA tests done on my dogs. The little one was supposed to be a MaltePoo but I suspect he’s really a poodle/Lhasa Apso mix, and the big one had a golden retriever mother and Lord knows what for a dad. I’d love to find out!
Post # 11
So cute! I definitely see some Lhasa in that second photo.
I want to do a doggy DNA test on my mystery mutt, but I’ve read they’re really not accurate. People who know who their dog’s parents are have tried it and gotten completely crazy results that make no sense. If the technology was more accurate I’d totally give it a shot!