i got a dog but i do not know what bred he is i know hes still a puppy because his teeth are just bearly popping thou the gums. i think he has shepard mixed with something but not sure. where can i find out what he is without taking him to a vet and paying just to know what kind of dog i have. p.s. we named him trouble and hes living up to his name lol.
You really do have to get your new puppy to a vet; not so you end up paying the vet to tell you what breed he is but to insure your puppy has all his shots, doesn't need deworming, & to check his general overall health. Think of it as a "well baby check-up".
I'm sure the vet will be happy to give you his "best guess" on "Trouble's" breed during the examination but it's of the utmost importance the puppy sees a vet to be kept current on his shots, is dewormed if necessary, & is a happy & healthy little guy you'll enjoy sharing your life with for many, many years to come. Congratulations!
P. S. Cute name!!! ~
Dogs have taught me all I need to know about life, love, loyalty, & laughter; & (heartbreakingly), loss & "letting go" of a loved one as well. God bless ‘em…
I agree with the other posts. Get a clean bill of health first, and right now at this young of age, it really is impossible to spot what type of breed he is without a DNA test.
I was also wondering about the teeth question as well. Puppies start to grow their first set of baby teeth at 2-3 weeks of age. Then around 4 months of age is when they start to grow their adult teeth.
Animals, what animals? My children just have alot of hair!