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  1. bnwalker2

    bnwalker2 My house is a zoo

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    Anyone wanna guess what all Scooter has in him? I know I've done this before, but there are new members now and Scooter is a bit older than the last time. I was told his mom was a 15 pound Beagle/Sheltie mix. Scooter is 40 pounds and approximately 20 inches at the shoulders. He'll be 2 years old in December.

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  2. milos_mommy

    milos_mommy Active Member

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    Beagle X JRT? I don't know what would give him the size, though.
     
  3. HoundedByHounds

    HoundedByHounds Oh, it's *you*

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    he has a double off standing coat like a Northern breed and curl to his tail. Interesting.
     
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    YodelDogs New Member

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    I do see Beagle influence but other than that I don't know. He's adorable whatever he is. :)
     
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    bubbatd Moderator

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    I see bird dog of some type !!! He's a sweetie !!!
     
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    corgi_love New Member

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    My thoughts exactly!
     
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    TheGoldenRetriever New Member

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    Looks like an American Foxhound/Beagle cross to me. A bit small weight-wise to be a full Foxhound, but he sure looks like one otherwise!

    Take a look at some pictures of American Foxhounds:
    http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/americanfoxhound.htm
     
  8. jess2416

    jess2416 Who woulda thought

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    I say some type of hound X lol Im know im a bunch of help hahaha
     
  9. Squishy22

    Squishy22 Guest

    I see beagle, but as for the other breeds, his poofy coat is throwing me off.
     
  10. CharlieDog

    CharlieDog Rude and Not Ginger

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    The sheltie could have given him that fluffy coat. If his mother really was a Beagle/Sheltie, you can definitely see that the beagle has some influence.

    His dad could be a JRT mixed with something larger. Perhaps a lab or hound of some sort. Ozzy's tail curls over like that, and I know he is for sure a JRT/Aussie.
     
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    Punkygirl0101 New Member

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    Of course I am going to say Beagle/Possible coon hound/Lab/ Why do I want to say Akita?
     
  12. bnwalker2

    bnwalker2 My house is a zoo

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    Thanks for all the guesses! He has always been a mystery, I've always wanted to do one of those DNA tests on him but after seeing some of the results I don't think it would be worth it. They'd probably just tell me he's a Poodle/Great Dane mix or something. :rofl1:
     

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