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    Collie lab mix?

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ID:	56093 This is Cleo a 3 year old Border Collie mix? i found her when she was just a pup wandering around the store, she is very gentle and very smart and she loves the water! The only problem is that she doesn't like other dogs that much ... but she's a very loving dog other then that :P

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    What a beautiful dog! I see (and gather from the water affinity) retriever, but that face I can't ID. That will take some thought....
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    I don't see any Border Collie in her, maybe a Chow Chow/Lab mix ... her face looks very Chow-like in the first shot, and her ears, and that would account for the denser coat ...
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    Yeah, and it can't be a bigger dog cause she's kinda medium sized like..

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    Yeah, and it can't be a bigger dog cause she's kinda medium sized like..
    You never know with a mutt (don't misunderstand, I prefer mutts!) . Friends of ours had a pair of littermates who were Newfoundland/lab mix pups. one was what you'd expect from that pairing, huge and blocky, and his brother was only about 60 lbs.
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    Ohhh..hmm well shes about 50 lbs so she could be Newfoundland..

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    There could be Newfie in there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovely View Post
    Ohhh..hmm well shes about 50 lbs so she could be Newfoundland..
    Newfoundlands generally run over twice that size, or 3 times! What ever she is, she's a beauty!
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    I would say Chow/Lab I don't see any Border Collie in her at all. She is pretty whatever she is!
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    I'm not very good at finding the ID of a mix but I do see the lab, for some reasson she seems to have a husky look in her face. Unless he's lab X with a black coated German Shepherd?
    Whatever she is she's a lovely looking dog.
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    I say collie because of some of the traits she has lol she does have a soft mouth i found out im not sure if shes german shepard..but she might be.

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    I can see border collie and lab. She has lab eyes and lab-shaped ears although standing up i the one pic. Border collies are quite a bit more popular than chows in the US and I think chow is guessed in mixes way more than they actually exist.
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