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Stephanie   Thousand Oaks, California

7/4/2014 11:51:01 AM

I saw the cutest small dog but don't know what it is. It was white, with semi-prick ears and a straight tail. It had long straight hair that was cut so that the tail looked like a flag, and everything else, except the ears, was cut short. It's front legs turned out at the wrists. The ears were so cute, they looked like when girls wear their hair in pig tails. Any ideas?

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Kimmee   Cinnaminson, NJ

7/8/2011 11:02:32 AM

I've been searching for a dna test,,,has anyone used this brand from the article or used another type?

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audrey   marcellus, NY

4/9/2011 2:30:09 PM

ik my nellies mom is 100% cocker spaniel, but i have no idea what her daddy is. the vet thinks she may be part beagle or mini aussie, which i can see. she seems kinda small for this though, shes just reached her adult size and shes probably about 17 or 18 lbs. this kinda makes sense cuz there are toy aussies, so idk u can visit my page (# 191806) and say what u think

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momo   anaheim, CA

2/20/2011 8:38:42 PM


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lyman   edgewater, FL

1/27/2011 3:16:02 PM

I am trying to fide the mix of my dog, pretty sure it is mostly golden retreiver or yeelow lab but it has a very small mohawk hair style on top of and in middle of head


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Pepper   Somewhere, TX

12/21/2010 1:38:20 PM

I think Shadow has some Glen of Imaal terrier in him though, because that (adorable) sit of his is a trademark of the breed.

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

8/14/2010 5:33:19 PM

SO interesting-thanks!

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s   Boston, MA

4/5/2010 6:10:34 PM

This article had me so interested. I didn't want it to end. I wish that they could have given the results of more dogs. I might have to get my dog tested, since we have absolutely no idea what she is. ZThe only thing that worries me is that the main breed might not be tracable.

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Mary   San Jose, CA

11/8/2009 9:29:54 PM

This test is incredible. Maybe someday when I'm employed again and back on track-if I get curious enough I'll pursue our second rescue lovedog's background. What a great breakthrough for 'animal R & D'!

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

11/6/2009 5:40:26 PM

Great srticle-thanks!


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Kathy   Baltimore, MD

10/23/2009 1:49:04 PM

I have dogs which are usually called "shepard mix". I always wonder why people are so quick to want to identify the "pure" breeds that make up the mix. It seems to me that the mixes are really the dogs that were bred together based upon the desirable qualities of the parents to create the "pure" breeds. Consequently the i.d. seems to be reversed. The so called mixes are actually the "breeds" that make up the breeds.

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s   tucson, AZ

10/8/2009 9:29:49 PM

Wow! very interesting. how cool is that? i would luv to know what my dog is mixed with..i know she is a sheperd mix but that is all... thanks, this is really cool!

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Tina   ABQ, NM

10/7/2009 4:16:04 PM

so cool

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Victoria   West Gardiner, ME

2/4/2009 1:13:10 PM

This is an exellent article. I do agree that Shadow looks very much like a Pembroke welsh corgi, since Shadow has short legs and that color pattern is a possibility with them. But a Borzoi? There has to be a mistake in that test, or the Borzoi must be very distant. A German Shepherd seems a bit like a longshot, but I suppose that it is possible. If it was up to me, I would say that he is a Pembroke welsh corgi mixed with a Beagle (a Beagle because of the sadle marking, even if Corgis can get that).

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Patty   Youngstown, OH

4/13/2008 8:47:25 PM


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Christy   Covina, CA

4/13/2008 8:33:35 PM

Good story!

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Karen   Standish, ME

4/13/2008 7:29:48 PM

Interesting article!

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

4/13/2008 4:06:45 PM


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Jeanne   Virginia Beach, VA

4/13/2008 2:09:06 PM

Great article. I was really surprised at the test results on all three of the dogs, and most surprised with the last one.

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maddy   -----------, NE

4/13/2008 11:38:53 AM

interesting. last dog's breeds surprised me though. looks a lot like a german sheperd. oh well. great article!! :)

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