What breed is your dog?

posted 6 months ago in Pets
Post # 16
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2020 - North Carolina

 

moissamight :  That wouldn’t surprise me. I adopted him from a place that doesn’t put the dogs breed or assumed breed on the kennel. They have a color system based on the dog’s temperament. That way dogs don’t get overlooked just because of their breed.

Post # 17
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

ladama :  like some others, I’m seeing German shepherd in the black and Great Dane in the brown. 

My dog, Bailey, is termed ‘Rez dog’ which probably amounts to the same as you calling yours Heinz 57. So much of everything he’s just become his own thing. There is definitely a bit of lab there, but in the Navajo reservation, where he’s from, you get generations of mutts breeding with mitts until there’s no way to know. Most are pretty decent looking and mine has always had gorgeous red hair, soft as a puppy. He’s ten now, so going gray. 

Post # 18
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Bumble bee

ladama :  you’ve got some uber cute pups! I love the pointy ears! 

This is my baby Tibbers, we think she is some sort of golden retriever, shepherd mix. She looks super wild when she gets all wet. Every time I would take her to the dog park, someone would always comment that she looks like a fox or a coyote. Literally every time lol. 

Post # 19
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

Aaaaahhhh everyone’s dogs are so cute! Sorry I can’t be of any help identifying your dogs’ breeds – but they are both gorgeous! We have two mutts ourselves, both are rescues who were street dogs from Tiajuna. Benji is a cocker spaniel mix of some sort, and Wendy is dachshund/chihuahua/something else (maybe pitt, lab, or miniature pinscher). 🤷 Who knows? But we love them both the most!

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Post # 20
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2020 - New Hampshire

I have a mutt! We think definitely GSD…maybe Cattle dog or Husky. We rescued her around 5-6 months old we think. She’s just under 70 lbs now! Her sister looked like a Bernese, her other sister looked like a Pit, and her brother looked like a Cattle dog! 

 

Post # 21
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2019

Here’s my handsome boy. He was a rescue and we think a standard poodle, but he’s HUGE- 75 lbs and 28 inches tall at the withers- way off the charts for the breed. People always ask if he’s a labradoodle and I suppose it’s possible, but his proportions and coloring look very much poodle to me.

He is sweet, smart, and goofy- I love him!

Post # 22
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

I don’t currently have a dog but I grew up with a border collie/aussie mix. We got her for free from an Amish farm. I had her from age 9 to 24. I still miss her every day. Here she is the day we got her:

Post # 23
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: City, State

Breed: asshole

Post # 24
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Bumble Beekeeper

ladama :  have you tried doing one of those mail away DNA tests? I suck at guessing breeds. My dog is an adorable lovable mutt lol. Best guess from the vets is a lab/shepherd mix. He has a very broad chest though so a few random people on the street have asked if he’s got any pitt in him but when I told the vet they just laughed. 

Post # 25
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2019

My boy is technically a Double-Doodle (His dad is a Goldendoodle and mom is a Labradoodle), but I usually just say Goldendoodle so that I don’t have to explain lol. He’s a giant goof.

Post # 26
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2020 - City, State

 

Your dogs are lovely. This is my Australian Kelpie, Bailey. He was a birthday present from my parents. He loves to swim 🙂 no idea what your breeds are but maybe you can enjoy the mystery!

Post # 27
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

Rocky looks like he has some Germain Shorthaired Pointer in him! I’m guessing this based off the roan/speckled coloring on his snout and his facial structure. Also, his body height and tail! Only guessing this because I own a German Shorthaired Pointer mix and her tail is a freaking whip (currently hoping she doesn’t have happy tail actually) and her face has a similar structure. 

My girl Stella is actually a “hybrid” because she came from two purebred breeds. She is a Germain Shorthair and Chocolate Lab mix, which is an intentional mix for those two hunting breeds. So because of that they actually do consider her a “purebred” German Shorthaired Lab and she is registered with the American Hybrid Kennel Club. 

No pictures on my work computer 🙁 but she mostly resembles a chocolate lab, but is slender/athletic/petite like a pointer. Everyone just assumes she is a pure lab. 

 

Post # 28
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2018

My guesses would be that Enzo is a chow/shepherd mix. I had a black chow mix that looked very similar but smaller. Rocky looks like a great dane/german shepherd mix to me. Beautiful dogs.

Here’s my mutt. The shelter said she was an Australian Cattle Dog mix and I think she’s probably got some pittie in there too.

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Post # 29
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2016 - Manhattan, NY

ladama :  I have no clue about their mixes, but your pups are adorable! I love the idea of getting a second but it was hard enough talking my husband into getting one! And we both love her to pieces. Rescued is our favorite breed and we brought our girl home almost two years ago. Aside from rescued, we both love rottweilers. I grew up with them and my husband raised a few (he would take in his friends’ problem dogs and train them). Here’s our angel! She’s a total love bug, but most rotties are 🙂 

Post # 30
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2015 - Los Angeles, CA

Not a fur parents yet, but we are getting a pomeranian late this summer! Momma is currently pregnant and due mid to late June! We will most likely be bringing home our furchild right after labor day!!

Picture of the proud parents!

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