What mix is a Gizmo?

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  1. PoodleMommy

    PoodleMommy Yorkie Love

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    There is no such breed as a Gizmo.

    I would be very very careful, you are most likely looking at a very bad breeder and in the end will be heartbroken.

    If you want a small, non shedding, odorless dog... get a toy poodle and never let it outside.

    Please dont get one of these dogs, you want a healthy dog that will live a very long life. Look through the breeding section of the forum and get some information on how to find a good breeder. Trust me in the long run you will be much happier.

    Good Luck

    Elissa
     
  2. LabBreeder

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    There is no such breed as a Gizmo and no such thing as a non shedding, odor free dog. Geez, sounds like another byb is trying to get the best of a young person that doesn't know any better.

    Call this "breeder" and ask her: What breed is the dog? Where did it originate? Were the parents health tested (not vet check, it's different)? Do they have a health guarantee? What are the breeds hereditary problems? How much for the pup? *If it's over $50 you are dealing with a designer dog byb'er that is in it for the money and mixing breeds for profit.* I'm willing to bet if you ask these questions and post the answers on here you will get a unanimous "It's a BYB, RUN!" answer.
     
  3. stevinski

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    yes all current dog breeds did orginate from crossing lots of breeds but at the moment we're talking about a mix between TWO breeds which would make it cross, current dog breeds are cross's of hundreds of dogs not just two dogs, and all the dogs breeds atm come out as puppies looking relatively the same
     
  4. bubbatd

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    Who didn't fall in love with " Gizmo " ??!! I'd say this BYB bred their pom with another cross breed and the pups looked like Gizmo ....cute ? Sure .... hey, small breed owners , what would produce a " Gizmo" look- alike ??? Take color/ eyes/ size/ eyes into factor. Do not pay " designer " prices !!
     
  5. j3ff

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    It's a mogwai. Don't feed them after midnight.
     
  6. 2BlackDogs

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    I have a friend that bought a Labradoodle a couple months ago as a pup. He paid $800 for it. Which was actually cheap since they go for $1000 - $1600 around here. My dog was given to me and he's a Newfie/lab and he's the best dog! my friend could have adopted a dog from a local shelter and got a wonderful dog but it wouldn't have been the "Designer" breed. So he paid the money for it since it was "designer."
     
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    Ollie was in Petfinder as a retriever/poodle mix. Definitely a Golden/Cheesie ! Came neutered/all shots/micro chipped .... $125. A BYB would have charged at least $5000 for a " Goldessie " .
     
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  8. cherylt

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    There's ads in our paper for designer breeds all the time charging good money for them too...
     

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