Discussion in 'Dogs - General Dog Chat' started by ~Jessie~, Jul 9, 2010.
This is an interesting mix... floppy ears + butterfly ears =
Puppy - Papillion /Beagle
ok--I am a wrong to say I WANT HER! Lol--cute!
He definitely favors the beagle side... I honestly would have never pegged him as a pap mix.
I don't really see papillon either!
I'd pick jack beagle or jack dachshund over papillon beagle.
I would've guessed beagle/jrt mix.
I wonder if they know for sure that it's pap/beagle?
Mixed dogs can come out looking like anything.
Actually I probably would have guessed JRT/Basset. He has a TON of bone and slightly bowed legs.
This is still my favorite papillon mix:
Here's a 'papeagle' for reference:
I'm still trying to figure out why you'd want a pap x beagle... they're about as opposite in temperament as can be.
That boston/pap looks almost like a frankendog. Really interesting looking dog though!
oooo! I like the pap boston! I want him! lol
People are idiots.
If Paps are to hyper, well get a quieter Pap. Im sure they exist. If a beagle is to quiet for you, well get a field line puppy.
It just seems like such a weird combination.. hound crossed with a super velcro, clingy breed.
I agree. It makes no sense.
But he's got a bunny on his side . . . .
That was the first thing I noticed. Cute puppy, whatever the mix is.
That's GOT to be photoshopped! lol
Tell me nobody actually planned this.
Looks like a poorly breed shorty/pud jrt to me. Seen thousands of them and is the typical look of a rescue jrt.
I owned an afghan/lab mix Not that labs are really velcro dogs but the combination gave her an afghan personality without the off leash issues of a pure afghan.
I have 3 of these Puppies!
My papillion gave birth to 3 puppies this morning (fathered by our beagle). I know they are rare puppies and considered "designer" we handt planned on them having puppies in fact I didn't even know she was pregnant until the puppies came! I was wondering if anyone knew how much these puppies would sell for and where I can get extra info about them
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