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    If you look close you can see dirt inside his mouth cus he used to to dig and tear up roots not just his paws.
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    He thinks he's people.




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    Sigh. They all do to some degree. Mine has claimed the La-Z-Boy in the the living room. He gets plenty butt hurt if I turf him out.

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    Don't they though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dantheman View Post
    He thinks he's people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by skuff View Post
    Cool looking dog, what breed(s) is that? Looks like a long haired version of my dog
    Thanks. She is a Northern Street Dog, basically a husky mix from way up in northern Ontario. Likely husky, GSD, malamute, likely some wolf and who knows what. Many people ask if she is an Australian cattle dog, she is the same size and the brindle coat seems like a clue (see Leroy's dog above). What is your dawg?
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    Yea I honestly think dogs not allowed on furniture get anxiety and existential dilemmas about wondering why they don't get to be people like we are.

    I also knew a burmese that really loved to jump up on people. I usually don't let dogs do that, and most people told him no, but I realized he didn't want to clobber you with his paws and bite at your face, he just wanted to be on your level and look you in the eye and was quite content to rest his paws on your arm just for help balancing and really happy to have that accepted.

    The random neighbors a couple houses down that owned him actually told me I was his favorite human. Melted my cold dead heart.
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    Anybody done a doggy dna test? I just got the results for my rescue pooch, and I am a bit suspicious if they even used his sample. Here he is:

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    He looks like a Greydor,a greyhound/lab mix.

    His results say 50% German short haired pointer, 27.7% Samoyed, and 22.3% Siberian Husky. I get that race, genetics, etc. and appearance have a complicated relationship, but this seems waaaay off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    Anybody done a doggy dna test? I just got the results for my rescue pooch, and I am a bit suspicious if they even used his sample. Here he is:

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    He looks like a Greydor,a greyhound/lab mix.

    His results say 50% German short haired pointer, 27.7% Samoyed, and 22.3% Siberian Husky. I get that race, genetics, etc. and appearance have a complicated relationship, but this seems waaaay off.
    I can see it, look at his tail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    Anybody done a doggy dna test? I just got the results for my rescue pooch, and I am a bit suspicious if they even used his sample. Here he is:

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    He looks like a Greydor,a greyhound/lab mix.

    His results say 50% German short haired pointer, 27.7% Samoyed, and 22.3% Siberian Husky. I get that race, genetics, etc. and appearance have a complicated relationship, but this seems waaaay off.
    We did one on our golden/flatcoat pup.

    Was suspicious because he had rear dew claws that there was a mountain breed in there too.

    Test came back and his dad was Bernese/golden, mother (who we'd met) was a golden.

    110 lbs at 16 months and a lot of Berner traits.
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    Doggie stoke

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyoverland Captive View Post
    Anybody done a doggy dna test? I just got the results for my rescue pooch, and I am a bit suspicious if they even used his sample. Here he is:

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    He looks like a Greydor,a greyhound/lab mix.

    His results say 50% German short haired pointer, 27.7% Samoyed, and 22.3% Siberian Husky. I get that race, genetics, etc. and appearance have a complicated relationship, but this seems waaaay off.
    I see the husky and Sammy in the tail, and he’s got a husky body, strong shoulders and slender. Short hair, yeah, but where does that lab face come from?
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    What threw me is that his papers said he’s a greyhound/lab mix, and some quick googles searches sure seemed to fit that mix. DNA says otherwise. His tail says husky for sure.

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    not sure how anyone could refuse a sweetie like this

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    but someone did & now we have dibs for the moment

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    mrs ::: ::: thinks she should be "wilma"

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    I’ve always been more of a Betty fan
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    Doggie stoke

    My Lady is caught up on ironing.

    She has always believed in clothing choices, even for the pups. May have gone a bit over actual need.
    Some are 30+ years old. It doesn’t help that my girl brings a few new ones, when she visits.

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    Room to RUN! Happy doggo

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    New addition earlier this year…fitting right in…Millie

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    Our old girl hanging on. She may not be with us much longer

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    Rudy’s getting old and can’t run with me biking very far anymore.

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    So I’m picking up this guy for him to mentor, while he still can.

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    Dawg days of spring on the Canadian Shield:

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    "... Enjoy yourselves, keep your brain in your head and your head firmly attached to your body, the body active and alive, and I promise you this much: I promise you this one sweet victory over our enemies, over those deskbound people with their hearts in a safe deposit box and their eyes hypnotized by desk calculators. I promise you this: you will outlive the bastards." – Edward Abbey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Multiglisse View Post
    Thanks. She is a Northern Street Dog, basically a husky mix from way up in northern Ontario. Likely husky, GSD, malamute, likely some wolf and who knows what. Many people ask if she is an Australian cattle dog, she is the same size and the brindle coat seems like a clue (see Leroy's dog above). What is your dawg?

    The mongrel that recently moved in is listed as a hound/lab mix, but, who knows?

    He's a rescue that appears to have been badly mistreated in the past. Hoping some patience and kindness will help him feel welcome and comfortable

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    Got Shitface's senior portraits back...

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    If it's green, smoke it...if it's pink, poke it

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