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If I Ever Get a Pup...


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A black wolf hybrid.

This BIG boy is a husky and german shepherd mix. He will be a very large, fluffy dog.

German Shepherd Dog/Border Collie Mix

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German shepherd, border collie mix

Mixed Breed: Border Collie / German Shepherd / Siberian Husky

Bounder the Mixed Breed

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Border collie. German shepherd. Husky mix. In love!

Bounder the Mixed Breed

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border collie and german shepherd mix.

Gwen - German Shepherd mix puppy

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Silken Windhound

Borzoi puppy

Borzoi

It looks like a mythical creature. Borzois are such beautiful dogs.

Scottish Deerhound

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Boots...our Irish Wolfhound puppy

My Irish Wolfie: Neues aus dem Allgäu :)

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Irish wolfhound

The Cane Corso. A large Italian Molosser (Mastiff-type) breed, for years valued highly in Italy as a companion, guardian and hunter, its name derives from "cane da corso", an old term for catch dogs used in rural activities (for cattle and swine; boar hunting, and bear fighting). Easy to train they are a loyal, quiet, & protective breed. Training must begin early as this is a powerful & imposing breed which is highly suspicious of strangers, & aggression should never be encouraged.

An old Roman breed. A strong breed with a big heart and a lovable personality, the Cane Corso.

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Akita

Mosaic Labrador

Blue Merle Mudi

Akbash

Belgian Tervuren

Belgian Tervuren

The English Pointer. The history of the Pointer, like many breeds, is a reasonably debatable topic with records in England tracing as far back as 1650. Developed as a gun dog, at least 4 breeds appear to have been instrumental in the Pointer's creation: Greyhounds, Foxhounds, Bloodhounds, & Bull Terriers. Each of these with unique qualities the Pointer could use to do its job. Even-tempered, congenial dogs, they're happiest living indoors as part of the family, & are affectionate & loyal.