Wats her breed (Golden Retriever) ?

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  1. alistair_23

    alistair_23 New Member

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    hey all, iam new here so this is my first thread....
    My dads friend gave us a female pup ,and her name is Roxie, some say shes a golden retriever , but we dont know the exact breed . so is she really a golden retriever or something else ?..the vet also cant figure it out,

    Here are some of her pics , try to figure out her breed.


    Roxie's first Day (2 months) ....this day was the best day in my entire life .. i will never forget how much i jumped in excitement :p


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    her 3rd day ...showing off her new belt whch was actually quiet big and loose for her small neck .


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    here she about 5 months


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    Roxie at 9 months old


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    bubbatd Moderator

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    She could be 100% , at that age it's hard to tell . Can't you Dad's friend tell you more ?? Where did he get her ??
     
  3. MericoX

    MericoX Roos, Poos, & a Wog!

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    Last pic with the ears makes me think Golden/Aussie (or some kinda collie in there).
     
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    She looks like a lab x collie mix I used to know.
     
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    bubbatd Moderator

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    I just re-looked .....I hadn't seen that the last was at 9 months . Could be bad breeding , but the ears and size makes me take back the 100% .
     
  6. dogsarebetter

    dogsarebetter EVIL SHELTIES!!!!

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    i vote for golden, collie mix. or maybe aussie.
    actually I goor a golden, border collie mix that looks just like her.

    safe to say that she could possibly be mixed with most any herding breed.
     
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    Lizmo Water Junkie

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    She could be 100% Golden. Just bad breeding.
     
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    Lilavati Arbitrary and Capricious

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    Golden, maybe pure, maybe 3/4 or mix. Hard to tell. But at least half, I think.
     
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    I'd guess at Golden/Border Collie mix
     
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    colliewog Collies&Terriers, Oh My!

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    I agree there's mostly Golden in there, but with the slighter muzzle and ear set, I think there's something else in there. Collie/Border Collie sounds logical ...
     
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    ok ... but wat if i breed her to a pure breed golden retriever , wat pups would cum , could a pure golden also cum or all will be mix
     
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    AGonzalez Not a lurker

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    Doesn't matter what you'd breed the dog with, the pups would still be mutts...may I please advise that you do not breed your dog? There are lots of mix bred dogs in shelters that need homes, and why add to that population?
    There's a LOT of information on how reputable breeders do things, like health testing, etc (this is beyond a check up from the vet, including x-rays and other things that cost quite a bit of money) and if you aren't willing to spend a considerable amount of money to do health testing and to make sure your dog has the best chance at having a health litter, then she shouldn't be bred.

    Your dog is pretty, but please have her spayed, she'll still be a wonderful pet and won't miss not having a litter of monster puppies dragging on her.
     
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    Definately Spay !!!!!
     

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