- 6 years ago
- Wedding: July 2012
You can buy DNA kits for dogs that will tell you the breeds.
Really hard to tell when they’re this small unless it’s obv like a doxie…
Looks like some kind of Shepard/retriever mix to me. It’s paws aren’t huge so maybe it won’t be too giant.
whatever she is, she’s cute!
I’m thinking retrevier.
MAYBE some lab in her.
It is a little harder to tell as she is a puppy.
WE paid 250 for a “pure bred” Alaskan Malamute only to find out they sold her for so cheap beacuse she is a wolf mix- aka pain in the ASS . The Guy at the zoo in charge of the wolfs let us know! When you take her in to get groomed/ Get her shots they can give you a better guess.
I have a mix and I’ll never know what he is. Even when we see twin looking dogs the mixes are all over the place.
there are some sites you can type the features of the dog into like the nose and ears and tail and it will give you a guess
Thanks ladies…. I also think she has worms. Her belly looks extra bloated and her frame is so tiny 🙁
I don’t know how you would know if the tests were incorrect without knowing the breed(s) first, thus eliminating the initial need of the test.
lab and beagle mix?
Looks a little puggly (pug + beagle) to me. Honestly, it’s hard to say because she’s so young. Like human babies, puppies often look different from their adult phases. Once your pup is closer to the 5-7 month range, I think it’ll be easier to tell.
My shelter mutt was labeled a Sharpei because of her puppy forehead wrinkles, but she quickly grew out of them and most definitely is not a Sharpei. Her snout and ears darkened a lot after the first few months, and I think she’s part Shepherd.
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