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What is My German Shepherd Mixed With?

I have a female German Shepherd. She has a wrinkly forehead and floppy ears everything else looks German. I'm just wondering if and what she is mixed with.

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August 26, 20180 found this helpful

I think your dog is a mix of several breeds. You can do a dna test to find out.

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August 27, 20180 found this helpful

The floppy ears, wrinkles and long legs make me think your dog might be mixed with one or more hound breeds.

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August 27, 20180 found this helpful

Oh how sweet!! Give her a cookie for me!!

She has a lot of GS markings and coloring. That longer snout and thinner body may be one of the larger hounds...maybe a tad of greyhound or saluki.

Have you asked your vet? Ours is amazing in figuring out breeds. She looks at teeth, bones, hips etc. and is usually spot on!

Whatever your baby is, she is sweet and I wish you a long and lovely history together!

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April 13, 20200 found this helpful

Your dog looks more like a German Shepard, rottweiler, and Belgian Malinios. but thats just my opinion.

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