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Any Idea what this beautiful dog is?

Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by SBTlove, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. SBTlove

    SBTlove Good Dog

    This dog belongs to a friend of mine. She was told when she got him that he was a Husky/Lab mix. To me I thought he was some sort of Hound/Great Pyr mix. However I'm not sure. He is 7 months old and around 70lbs and still growing. She thinks he is just an English Pointer or english pointer mix because he resembles a dog that a relative had. I don't know what he is, all I know is he is a handsome boy. Just wanted to get some thoughts. I know there is no way to know unless you know what the parents were and its a pedigreed dog. And I explained that. But she is always trying to guess. I know the feeling, I used to care to try to figure out what my dog was. Then I quit caring so much about what she was and realized all that matters is who she is.

    Anyways its a fun guessing game if nothing else.

    What are your thoughts. The first 2 photos is when he was younger the third one is more recent.

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    He is a big boy and it looks as if he is going to get bigger. I guess I think hound because of the ticking in the coat and he other markings. He reminds me of a great pyr mix we adopted out not too long ago. I think it was a Pyr/Hound mix but I don't recall exactly.
     
  2. ReneeMcDougal

    ReneeMcDougal Good Dog

    Im gonna say pointer/husky? He has the pointers ears and speckles..but he has a lot of size..looks a bit disproportioned in the last pic.
     
  3. Bubblz Calhoun

    Bubblz Calhoun Good Dog

    I see Saint Bernard x Hound or Pointer:)
     
  4. jsorrow

    jsorrow Big Dog

    hienz 57 :)
     
  5. Pink

    Pink GRCH Dog

    I see Saint Bernard. The rest, I am unsure of.
     
  6. SBTlove

    SBTlove Good Dog

    I was starting to lean more toward that as well

    ---------- Post added at 03:18 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:16 PM ----------

    She said that the guy swore up and down that dog is a husky/lab mix. But she isn't even sure if he knew the parents, much less had seen them. He doesn't own either parent. The dog was given to him and he didn't want it, and then he sold it to my friend. Told her mom was a husky.

    Could the dog be husky/Saint Bernard?



    He is too Houndish to me to not be mixed with hound.
     
  7. Harleys Momma

    Harleys Momma Good Dog

    My first thought from the first pic was Saint Bernard also but I only see it in the first pic. All 3 pictures would make me say Pointer X for sure and the last one I could see how one could say Great Pyrenees. Id probably just go with some Pointer X though since thats what Id say is the one he still resembles in all 3 shots. Nothing jumps out to me as Husky.
     

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