Post # 46
kmbumbee190618 : Man i really want to see a photo now! lol. But yes, my Rockys tle is for suyre a whip. It is so strong and acts like a rotor when he is running to gain speed and make turns swiftly. Its amazing to watch. He is extremely athletic and has so much muscle. He can easily drag someone if he decided to chase something.
ill look into the breeds that you mentioned bc as much as i dont mind the mystery, i never know what to tell ppl, bc ppl always ask. I usually say a shepherd mix, or mutt lol
Post # 47
NikkiBee18 : yes!! he seems to fit into a chow mix, maybe lab or shepherd mixed in there. Your baby Is SOOO adorable!
Post # 48
ladyvictoria : aweee so precious! Yes, rotties ened that special attention as they are usually more friendly with their owners and loved ones than with other pups out there. Beautiful girl!
Post # 49
No help with the breeds of yours, but they’re adorable!
My 6 month old Catahoula Cur, Dabo, and his 7 year old Chihuahua sister Dixie.
Post # 50
ariesscientist : oh what a buttercup! Love her fur!
Post # 51
ladama : we have lots of pitt mixes around here and so they see them – he looks nothing like a pitt except that he has a muscular chest (which is the result of over compensating for a hind leg injury, he was more proportional as a puppy) so the idea was a bit preposterous to my vet. If there is any hidden in there it’s definitely not a dominant breed for sure. Not that I would care if he was, some of my favorite dogs that friends have had were pitties! His personality is also very yellow lab-ish. So so so much love and loyalty, but sometimes kinda dumb hahahaha
Post # 52
Bugsby is a Brussels Griffon/Pug mix
Post # 53
We have two doggies. Bear is a cockapoo. He’s 4 years old. Fia is a mastiff-pitbull-doberman-bulldog mix. She’s also 4. Can you guess who wears the pants in the relationship?
Post # 54
chitownyogini : He totally looks like that! And I also find it funny that his name encompasses both breeds! (B+pug) – was that on purpose?
Post # 55
Those facial markings do look Border Collie-ish don’t they ? The coat dapplings and the stance look very cattle dog/blue heeler to me. Not the stocky old fashioned bluey, the more modern slender long coated kind.
Bulgaria does muddy the waters though……
And here is my 5 month old Havanese pup, doing her impression of a good demure little dog.
Post # 56
Always and forever looking for an excuse to talk about my pack of loveable degenerates. They’re all ridiculous and terrible and I wouldn’t trade them for all the money in the world.
In order of appearance:
Suzie– 14 year old cocker spaniel
Squirrel- 8 year old miniature dachshund
Sugar- 4 year old Heinz 57. Definitely some kind of terrier mixed with pitbull, but beyond that, who knows?
Boo- 6 year old tumbleweed/swamp monster. If anybody has any further ideas on her, I’d be incredibly intrigued.
Duke- 4 year old Doberman Pinscher
All of these pictures are probably horrendously big and I’ll fix them as soon as I get to a desktop.
Post # 57
German Shepherds. Always and forever. At least for the past 28 years. I fell in love with them in my early childhood and it became my dream. As soon as I was able to get a suitable home, I knew I would have GSDs,
These two are Czech GSDs all the way back. Their breeder is dedicated to preserving old foundation Czech It was time for two year old baby boy to have a new play friend to help wear him out since I had to drop out of IPO. So, I put a deposit on a puppy from an upcoming breeding. The very next day, my boy’s sister became available via breeder return. The former owner brought her back for stupid reasons and now she’s here and it’s been just perfect.
Post # 58
blushingbee2019 : Ironically I was dead set on owning a Pug and naming him Bug. I couldn’t afford a purebred so I looked into adoption and found him. His name was already Bugsby! It was fate.
PS: I love your giant doggos! I want to give that mastiff mix a big kiss
Post # 59
ladama : I think Enzo is a german shepherd mixed with either pit bull or black lab.
The brown pup is trickier to me. The coloring could be from a variety of things. Your description makes me think he could have cattle dog in him. He kind of looks like a swiss mountain dog, but it is pretty rare to see in mixes, but you never know. Pit bulls come in many sizes and colors, and are common, so you can’t rule that out either. Regardless, theyre both cuties.
Post # 60
- Wedding: October 2019 - Chateau Lake Louise
ladama : I have an Enzo too! FH is a nut about cars, and I wanted a name with an automotive theme. Since he’s a boy Porsche wouldn’t work. Plus, the pun on FURarri was too good to pass up.
I had no idea it was such a common name for a dog! Apparently there’s a book – something about racing in the rain(?) – with a dog named Enzo which is pretty popular. Who knew?
Anyway, your Enzo looks like a shepard/lab mix to me. Rocky is more of a mystery; his head shape makes me think of a Staffordshire Terrier, but his body is longer and narrower which gives me a hound vibe. He’s too big to be a beagle, but his stature could point to a foxhound or a coonhound.
My Enzo is a Shiba Inu. He’s a handful, but makes me laugh every single day 🙂