Day @ The Dog Park/Breed Guess

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  1. Juicy

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    Louie {valentino's littermate/friend's dog} & Valentino

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    The whole crew...lol @ Valentino's face!

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    The brothers in the dirt!!

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    Wut's over there?

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    Chillin

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    This pretty thing was at the park, any clues on breeds? The owner got her from the HS and doesn't know what she might be mixed with, they listed her as a husky mix.

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    Stunning eyes!

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    Thanks for looking!

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    Sweet72947 Squishy face

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    She is pretty! Perhaps husky. Australian Cattle Dog and Kelpie come to mind. Its hard to guess without a body shot.
     
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    She has a tail that curves.
     
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    Husky x kelpie, is my guess too. Huskies have a curled tail so.. and kelpies have large ears.
     
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    Those blue eyes !! Wow !!
     
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    SharkBait Hi, I'm Melissa!

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    cute piccers! Valentino, man i love him!

    As for the mix, i can see some husky, but i also see ibizan hound! Don't know how common they are from where you are from though, so it could be unlikely!
     
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    Where have you & your cute crew been missy?!!


    I wub him too! :p

    I saw ibizan hound/pharaoh hound too...the dog was an import from puerto rico, hmm wonder how common they are over here?
     
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    corgipower Tweleve Enthusiest

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    I would say there's sight hound in there. Unlikely for it to be Ibizan, but there are similarities across all the sight hounds - the streamlining. Maybe Whippet mix?
     
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    HoundedByHounds Oh, it's *you*

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    Oh it's a Saito? those are mixed and then mixed again LOL. That is your typical pariah type dog...basically what all dogs would look like if humans allowed them to interbreed as they wish. That is why it resembles a Dingo, NGSD, Canaan, Carolina Dog, and other Pariah type dogs.
     
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    Not sure, but I'm assuming it would be since its the only program I know of that imports dogs from the PR, and yeah mainly mutts, stray dogs off the streets.
     
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    well then yep my guess is pariah...a dog that hasn't had a discernible breed in many, many generations.
     
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    Oh cool, didn' know there was a word for that! In the D.R. we call them 'vira latas'.
     

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