Mutt thread! Post cool looking mutts with cool colors/markings. Noncanine crossbreeds also allowed.
Starting with Humphrey, who I believe is a retriever/chow/rottweiler mix according to his owner who used to post here.
Anything mixed with husky tends to look awesome, really.
>"This is Mollie at 2 years old. We were told she was a Catahoula Leopard Dog / Collie mix, but we had a DNA test done and her results came back that she is 1/2 Collie, 1/8 Labrador Retriever, 1/8 Border Collie, 1/8 Great Pyrenees and 1/8 unknown mix."
It's just the file name I saved it as, don't take any of them seriously because most of them don't come from the original source("top 10 dogs you won't BELIEVE how cute they are!" etc). That dog is very cute indeed though.
I saw that posted on some clickbait as "Akita/husky/wolf". Can /an/ tell me what I actually is?
Pic unrelated, poodle mixes look cool.
Speaking of mutts, can anyone help with this? It's my gf's dog, Balto.
That dog literally has a mane; super cool looking.
This is my dog; were not sure her breed but she's at least an Australian Shepherd. We think she might be half St Bernard though
Just because the AKC doesn't consider them a breed, doesn't mean they aren't. They are a breed, but it's really only the breed-specific clubs that are working on their standard(which may be even stricter than the AKC). The United Kennel Club also recognizes them as a breed.
AKC considers them a 'foundation' breed(along with azawakh, caucasion ovcharka, dogo argentino, karelian bear dog, thai ridgeback, etc), which means they need to be developed more before they allow them to be acceptable for registry.
Unless you're talking about the american leopard hound/cur, not the catahoula cur/catahoula leopard dog. American leopard hounds are straight up mutts mixed with numerous actual curs, and cataholouas. The problem is that any merle working dog that isn't collie/shepherds gets shoved under the catahoula umbrella.
She's pretty cool. I don't know what she's mixed with though. She's kind of small, and that one stick up ear throws me off.
The large ears and colouring. But if shes on the small side I guess it could be Catahoula and a terrier/chihuahua or something smaller with non floppy ears.
Yeah, pretty soft. She also has some feathers on her butt. Around New dogs shes a little tense, tries to be dominant. Once she gets to know them though, which doesn't take long for her apparently, she's all play.
Feathery/fluff does and the perked ear def indicates a mutt. She def looks like a catahoula mix but mixed with what is impossible to tell by looking at her. The only 'shepherd' thing about her is the ears and her head is pretty narrow, but that could also easily happen between her being a mix of something else like a blue heeler or kelpie.
I also don't think she is a german shepherd mix because every supposed GS/CC mix I'm finding, the GS traits are much more prominent in terms of build and coat type.
Anything I can look at to help me find out? Stuff like teeth or number of nipples? Haha. It doesn't bother me that she is a mix, but I'd really like to know. For curiositys sake. Anyway I could find a definite age too? She acts a lot like a puppy, but she seems grown into her body. Her teeth are pearly white, so I know she's young.
my childhood dog
setter/gds with another mutt
was 10 or 11 yo on photo
very good dog
Not very. He's not Golden Retriever friendly with strangers -- he's fairly aloof really -- but he's never bitten anyone. More nervy than anything.
A lady who often comes into the coffee shop where I work has a beautiful longhaired helper dog. Looks like a more squat husky and has a gorgeous silver and black mottled coat and enormous brown eyes.
Like a merle sheltie or aussie mix?
There's an akita that my dog plays with at the dog park pretty often. She ignores most people. Seems good with big dogs but she likes to play rough and her prey drive is really intense. Her owners seem observant and knowledgeable, which is good. They don't let her chase small dogs.
Buddy is a typical light straw color, but his uneven ears melt hearts everywhere. Half Golden Reteiver, half mutt. Is somehow half the size and weight of my purebred Golden despite being 11 months old. It's like having a permanent puppy!
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