Thank you,both of you for looking at her and replying. It's so hard to tell with the pics on some of them....her snout looks a little longer than it really is,but others it looks right,lol! It's confusing to me. When I enlarge the pics,they look better to me,a closer look,I guess you could say.
Anyway,hope we can figure out what she is. Whatever breed(s)she possesses,she is a thrill to spend time with and returns so much love,it's unbelievable! :)
Gina-Yes,it was horribly coarse before bathing her. Now it still course,but much softer than before.
Sue-I posted about her on the "Stray Terrier Mix" topic down below(if you would like to read it). I just rescued her from the streets. She was starving and alone. Not any more though. I have five children,a cat(the queen of the castle...just ask,she'll tell you that she is!)myself and hubby. She is enjoying all sorts of attention,some training to start off with,food,water and much trust,faith and rubbings :)
***Edited By: LindaP on 8/25/2005 2:13:32 PM*** Reason: oops,thought I mis spelled something,lol
Thanks everyone for posting responses. I do appreciate your kindness.
She hasn't had the pups yet,still just a little blood(mucous-like)but nothing else so far. Her vaginal area swelled up a little lastnight(very early this morning). She is pouring milk though,from all eight tits. Poor thing,she just lays down and cleans them and then cleans the floor afterwards.
I'll keep you updated as to what happens with the birth/delivery,etc.
The coarse hair is like a sheppard....hadn't thought much about that until it was mentioned. Her markings are similar as well. I'll look at the boxers some more too and see what she may have in common physically with them as well.
If anyone has any other ideas,I'd love to hear from you.
Oh,and the lady from the Franklin County Humane Society called me a bit earlier. She not only stated that they are full,but they don't accept animals from any other counties. I think that's sad for all the animals around here. She also said that parvo is going around bad and that if they weren't full,they wouldn't take any new animals anyway because of it.
I believe I will feel much more comfortable not listing her until after the pups are born anyway. I think waiting on the pups to be at least 8 weeks would be the best thing to do. So,we'll see what happens. We are all waiting on her pups to arrive. We just want them to be healthy,above anything else.