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    what breed is my dog?

    i got two dogs i dont know what breed..all i know is that it is a mix breed. other says its spitz and chow..others told me that it is german sheperd mix with golden ret..pls help..

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    pls help..

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    They are adorable! And a little too young for me to be able to tell.
    Not sure if the picture is HUGE to anyone else, but I've reposted it smaller.

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    I'd guess that both parents were mixed breed so the pups have 4 or more breeds in them. I'd guess there's some shepherd, husky,retriever, chow, and spaniel to name a few.
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    I'm not sure but I'd say they have some german shepherd in them. They're adorable by the way
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    what breed is my dog

    My favorite breeds are German shepherds and Dobermans. I love them for their loyalty, trustworthiness,companionship and their beauty. But as far as the best breed, I think ALL dogs purebreds or mutts are the best breeds. I have had German shepherds, Dobermans and many other breeds/mutts. They are ALL the best breeds. I think all dog lovers will agree with me.

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    They definitely look like they have shepherd in them. You usually can't tell until they are grown. They are absolutely adorable, whatever they are!!


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    They are super cute! I see the retriever in them, but they are pretty young to tell a whole lot about them.
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    Too young

    I agree with others who have posted. Way too young to see distinguishing traits, but they sure do resemble some shephard mix.

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    They look like my Rudy when he was a baby he is about a year and a half now and I would think airedale terrier mixes.
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    You know what they look like to me? They look like Wheaten Terriers. Go to Google and type in the breed name and take a look at the pictures available on the different sites of wheaten pups. As wheaten pups get older, they change color to a 'wheat' color that is beautiful. They also only get to be about 35-45 lbs.

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