Hello, My husband and I recently adopted a puppy from a rescue farm. They told us they thought she was a Newfoundland, Lab mix but was not sure. Her other siblings that we saw were brown , black, tan and had a really fluffy furry coat. We can see a lot of Lab in her but we are not sure about the Newfoundland ? She has a less furry coat more of a shorter hair. She has a black spot under her tongue which kinda worrys us that she may have Chow Chow in her. Her tail kinda curls up her back when she walks.She also stubborn streak and seems very mouthy, kinda likes to bite all the time. That may be just the puppy in her. She also has a to be around us all the time. She can be very lovable. Can anyone HELP ???
Movinmom there aren't too many breeds that have a characteristic tail curve. A picture would really help in identifying her. One of the breeds I own gets mistaken for a Lab mix all the time and they have a curved tail. You would also get more responses if you started your own thread instead of adding to this one. Sometimes posts in a "sticky" topic get missed because these topics have been here for a long time and get overlooked often.
Anyone here interested in an English Shepherd I live in Key West. I had back surgery a few months ago and it did not turn out well,Lacy is great with kids ,and cats,and other dogs She is OCD about fetching on land or in the sea,She is black and tan and her hair is long and silky can some one please help me
Wow that couldnt have been a better site to show people, so many people believe in breeding their mutts for money or just dont want to fix the males because of a pride issue for men mostly, but for every dog you dont spay and neuter there could be 10 pups brought into the world and 8 of them will end up in a shelter dead. Spay and neuter your pets
I bought a prebred pom from denver dumb friends leauge about 3 years ago we named her honeybear she is a vary sweet girl and is vary good with my mom she takes great care of her always stays by her side. I highly recomed buying from a shelter dog if your looking for a prebred call and get on a list and they will call you as soon as they get in for you or if you mind getting a sweet mix breed they lots of those just waiting for a real place to call home.
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Very nice post! Yeah, there's a lot of shelter dogs with Humane Society and ANNA shelter. I feel bad for the dogs and cats there. Theres an over abundance in my area. I have 2 dogs now. That is plenty for me and my boyfriend. I want to take all the dogs in, even the cats. AS for me, I'm a die heart dog lover.
Alot of dogs wouldn't to be killed if the shelter lowered the cost, The reason people can't adopt is because of the cost. they say if someone can't afford the adotion fee they cant afford the dog, thats not true. I feed Purina and Sports mix, and my dogs are doing good on them, The last time I adopted from our local shelter the dog bit my child, And u never know how that dog was treated before they got it. Puppy mill puppys are so neglected. and I know our shelters has alot of those type dogs. Beware. My friend adopted a dog as a pup, and it turned on them at 9 months old and she got it at 10 weeks. I fostered dogs and have had to pull them of other dogs, one foster bit my 1 year old in the face, it was asleep, my daughter was on the other side of the sofa, the dag came awake and raced at her and bit her. Thats why all my dogs came from breeder, close friends of mine, I seen the dogs the day they were born. I had a foster, a chow, he came froma puppy mill, he decided one do to lung at us growling, the 3 diffrent vets said he need to be put to sleep before he attaks one he of the kids, he was 5 months old when we got him, Im a big believer in giving a dog a chance, we have placed 3 dogs in the drug inforcment, they were trained to sniff drugs out, and work on the police force. But these dogs came from home not shelters. Becareful.
Hi, this question is for all the british bulldog people out there. I was wondering, are the english bulldogs you get from a shelter or a ound signi=ficantly different from one you would get from a breeder? Because I've noticed a lot of breeders sell them from upwards to around 2-3 K (Whcih is a very high :(