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Discussion in 'General Dog Forum' started by Kerry Veitch, Jun 9, 2018.
Can anyone tell me what bread this is I can I
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I'm just popping in a link to your previous thread so people can see the photos there: What breed of dog is this
@Kerry Veitch , I can't tell anything from a photo that primarily looks at the TOP OF THE DOG'S HEAD, :lol: Nor, i would bet, can anyone else.
As i said B4 in thread #1, we need a side-on photo that captures the whole dog, from tip of nose to end of tail, taken from the dog's level - not looking down on the dog, but directly at the dog, with the camera about level with mid-chest or the forward point of the shoulder.
that's why they take "show photos" in that pose - it shows U the entire dog, & makes distinguishing traits easy to pick out. It also shows body proportions - leg length, depth of chest, tail set, etc.
Sorry for another post I try to take a copy more picture of him I will ask the vets on Monday
@Kerry Veitch - this is the kind of photo we need.
* Looking at the dog's side
* level with the dog
He can stand on the ground - but it might be easier if he's on a footstool, a park bench, a picnic table, whatever, with someone ELSE to hold the leash.
Then U can sit on a chair to get on his level, & get a good picture.
Standing the dog on the landing of a staircase & taking the photo from [E.T.A.: a few steps] below is another easy way to get on "his level", for a good point-of-view.
I was thinking cavalier in there to... and maybe some cocker spaniel?
Cavalier King Charles cross Springer Spaniel
Cavalier King Charles cross Cocker Spaniel
King Charles Cavalier cross Dachshund
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x English Cocker Spaniel is my guess.
agree with above CKC cross
I think definitely some cocker spaniel in their and I think those legs are definitely jack russell. What ever the breed he/she is certainly very pretty x
I think some Jack Russel in there too with the little feet pointing outwards slightly.
if U go to the OP's original thread,
[link above, in the FIRST reply - thank U kindly to @JudyN ]
U will see that the pup was sold by the breeder as "CKCS x Bichon". . The OP's desire is to confirm that her pup is, indeed, a mix of those 2 breeds.
It's already been said that growing a bit older might clarify any Bichon traits, or, heaven forfend!, possibly reveal some other breed admixture. . However, even a 5-generation pedigree is only as good as the ethics of all those who added a generation.
I've met a supposedly-purebred "Golden Retriever" who was very clearly a crossbred with Chessie - his coat texture, color, the waves over his shoulders & spine, etc, plus his head, were simply wrong for a Golden.
His owner was shocked when i mentioned that he wasn't purebred, & said the breeder had "sold him cheap" b/c he was bilaterally cryptorchid [no testes descended], & she paid extra to have him desexed, for the spelunking to locate his gonads.
Just to pour gasoline over the fire of his owner's ire, his breeder had both Chessies & GRs, bred & sold both.
No need to blame anyone else - this wasn't the result of a neighbor's dog, jumping the fence!
Cavalier, with a little of something that has short legs
Thanks for all your reply and I'm sorry I have asked this question twice I went to the vets today for a check up and they said he was spaniel cross dachshund I not really worried what he use he perfect he a lovely pup I was just wondering thanks everyone and I'm sorry again
Dachsie?!? - where?
The vet needs glasses, IMO.
He does look like he's got Queen Anne style short legs, though it's hard to tell from the photos.
Thanks I tried taking some pictures of him but hard when he keeps on moving he is long like a dachshund as I said I'm not bothered what breed he is I was just curious I didn't get him from a breeder I got him from someone who wanted to rehome him so I didn't see mum or dad
He's very cute, whatever he is - and a lucky dog to have found you
I love those Queen Ann legs and look at that gorgeous face, just scrummy x