Discussion in 'The Dog Breeds' started by parker, Jun 22, 2006.
Thank you. That is exactly what I was looking for. And now I know where Kansas is too!
Yup, that's the site .
quick question...why do you want a dog that 'looks' like a mutt? couldn't you just get a real mutt, if that's the look your going for I mean. Or is it the specific look and knowing what size it'll be full grown that appeals vs a mutt that can look deceptively small as a puppy and grow into what's seemingly a whole other dog. LOL
I'm thinking she/he likes the history of the breed and the fact that you can get it from a good breeder who has done health checks and can give you an idea of what the traits are going to be like.
and Ditto to that too ^
ahh, ok. It just came across weird. I guess the way they posted it...I dunno. Definitely not intending any harm/debate or anything else. Just an honest question. No offense intended.
Thanks for the clarification Saje.
In the past I adopted two adult mixed breed dogs with great success and since their demise have rescued two more and had no luck reversing the damage the previous owners had done to them. So I am considering a puppy this time and this breed has a tempermant that appeals to me and the looks of a cross breed. BUT as their are only 24 in North America I can safely say that I am happy to consider other breeds. After four dog rescues I have seen a lot of sadness in a dog's eyes , and many of the people who recklessley breed their dogs don't have healthy puppies, so that is why I am thinking of a certified breeder. I know my dog is out there somewhere but we haven't found each other yet.
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