So I rescued a 7.5 pound little whit fluffball, vet thought oh he's lab/terrier mix, wont be more than 30 pounds... that was when he was 7 weeks old... as we kept going back for "shots" and then to be neutered, now "we think" he's springer/lab/pyreneese.... essentially a mix of a mix.... he is the only one that was all white, not albino, 2 of his siblings were whit with brindle spots, and 2 were white and black... some of the siblings had pointy ears, his were floppy. He went from puppy short hair to 6 months old now and it's longer... amazinglly soft, like touching clouds.... Our vet said that only a few breeds have "true brindle" so that limits my guesses... Also, I have heard there are blood tests that can be taken to determine the breed of animal, but it's not that important to me....I just wonder, since at first we thought he was going to be small (as we have 3 other dogs) and now, he's 30 pounds and not so small LOL.... thanks!
We were watching animal planet Saturday and there is some weird British retreiver that sort of resembles Cujo... who knows, he's definitely hunting breed of some sort.... not that it matters, just curious... someone suggested Polish Tatra Sheepdog...It's fun to see what others think and THANK YOU!!! He is too cute even when he's into mischief like chasin the cats....very vocal too... :)
Oh yeah, Rottluver.... my husband is a tatto artist, so he's got many I just have my back done... lol
No more room in the house, but so much in our hearts.