From Sunniva: I have absolutely NO idea what breed Abbe is. He Loves to cuddle, He likes to play with my cats,
every time he hears the ice cream truck or an ambulance, police car or any kind of siren he starts to howl…
I got him as a rescue dog, and is now allowed to be the dog he is, i also have a female chihuahua mix, and they work great together.
The picture shows him before and after trimming, his fur was a mess when I got him, so I had to trim it, he seems to like it though…
From Aylin: Coco Bean is a Border Collie Miniature Pinscher mix. She has beautiful brown eyes, and has the coat pattern of a rottweiler. She loves to run and is very fast at it, very sweet and protective of us towards other dogs and some people. She gets along with everybody and just wants to be petted and hugged. She doesn’t like to be alone or chained up for t0o long.
She has big pointed ears like her mom and also a slender body but has strong legs from all her running. Very much a barker like her mother but very submissive towards me. She use to destroy everything she got her teeth into and loved to dig holes but we trained her not to. She loves her toys, loves to play tug a war and run around and be chased by my American Pit Bull Terrier. She doesn’t really like other females is what I’ve noticed. She’s been a great mom in the past with her puppies and loves to explore and play with them.
Shes a great dog, very beautiful and easy to fall in love with.
She’s full of energy and and very, very sweet. She was very timid when she first came to us. I don’t even think she knew how to play. Now we cannot get her to stop she is a cutest little thing not quite sure what she’s mixed with but I think she has Pembroke Welsh Corgi in her.
From Curt: We saved Kix from a kill shelter. She was 5 months old and we were the first ones into Petco when the doors opened. We scooped her up and declared we want her. She was shy and a little nervous and didn’t want the other puppies to bother her. We brought her home, and she instantly took to her surroundings. She was so happy to be free and run around the back yard.
She loves to play and wants to chase raccoons and deer in the woods, but we won’t let her because of the ticks. She’s a very happy dog and we are very happy to have her. There is never a dull moment when she is around. She’s the best!
From Mark: Rusty was described by the shelter as a “Red Merle Cattle Dog Mix” but we see little Australian Cattle Dog resemblance. He is 8-9 months old and 40lb, very lean, terrier ears, very active but not frenetic. He loves water. You see pit bull when you look him square in the face, but his profiles and body shape don’t seem typical for pit bull.
Is an amazing good influence on our Jack Russell – wears him out – plays puppy rough but both dogs enjoy it. She is very athletic. Rusty wants human approval (Buddy the Jack Russell couldn’t care less what we think – but he cares what Rusty thinks – looks up to him). A real sweetheart of a dog who has brought a lot of balance to our family dynamic (he absorbs a lot of the JRT crazy for us).
From Brandy: This is my Bailey, a Border Collie/Australian Cattle Dog that I have had for the years. Bailey is my best friend. She is already by my side, even when I’m in the shower, she lays on the mat in the bathroom and waits for me. She sleeps next to me every night and is always on guard when she hears something.
She is agile, fast and intelligent. She plays Frisbee, fetch, climbs trees, rock climbs and goes hiking with me. She is the best dog I have ever had and my partner in crime.
From Ms. Brown: Ry-Lee was a Rottweiler Border Collie mix. She loved unconditionally and was a sweet dog, but sneaky. Ry-Lee was really smart. She couldn’t wait until you walked away from your plate of food because it was her’s.
We loved our border collie mix and she was beautiful. I would like another one. She got along with other dogs, but loved people more. She didn’t like vet’s. Lol! She stole our hearts and we are forever grateful that she let us love her.
Border Colliers and Rottweiler breeds are great dog’s and extremely loyal.
From Jerel: My dog Princess is amazing. I’m not sure what she is exactly. When we bought her we were told she was a tea cup chihuahua. Obviously she isn’t. Our vet thinks she is a terrier mix. She this because of her energy. It’s through the roof. One might even say she has ADHD.
I believe she is mixed with German Shephard and Rat Terrier. She is only 15lbs. I’ll call her my teacup Shephard. She’s just over a year old.
From Anders: Me and my cousin are neighbours, she has a precious female tiger striped boxer called Cody. When she went on trip to Europe she asked me to take care of her home for half a year. Thing we’re going smooth until the last month, all because of my dog, Pelu, a male smooth coat Dachshund, wanted to go to the house, and I wasn’t so happy to take him there because he was always attacked by Cody(he tried to mount her even if she wasn’t in her days). So one weekend I went out leaving my sister in charge. And that’s how it all happened. We were a little bit concerned about how they’re going to be, more boxer-like, more dachshund, but at the end everyone ended to be mildly more balanced to their father’s side. A little bit more heavier though, and with their mother’s coat and easy going personality. We offered to some friends and everyone were delighted, specially because they all inherited the mother’s behavior (my dog is not so friendly with any of my friends).
Altruline has six years now, living with his father of 13 years, and my other dog, a cute two years old black lab. He is such a perfect hybrid, that why we kept him. He resembles the both breeds best qualities almost equally, except that he is a certified digger, and he is the only one who can’t swim! I think because of his tiny legs and being too heavy(52 lbs.), and long, of course.
He’s is everything to us, I’ve never seen any dog so playful and lovely and harmless like an eternal pup, and also loyal like a Dachshund, his heart is not for everyone.
I’m glad he came to our lives from a careless act.
From Marsha: We got Frazier when he was one. He was a rescue dog from Tennessee and brought up and fostered in Wisconsin. He’s the happiest dog I have ever had. He’s extremely smart but not very obedient, very athletic and loves to play. He’s a great guard dog – very quiet and doesn’t make a sound when neighbor’s come home(I live in a condo) but will bark and growl if there’s a stranger in the parking lot.
He’s 86 pounds and very leggy. Loves to cuddle and will sit in your lap if you let him. He’s a very profuse shedder. He has the markings of a Boxer and the proportions of an Anatolian. Unfortunately because he’s a rescue, we don’t have any history on him. We do know he was at a shelter and they kept moving him back in line for euthanization because he was such a nice guy.
He has the tracking ability of the Beagle with the hyperness & bark of the Sheltie. He looks like a Long haired Beagle. I got him at 2 yrs old, so don’t know when his puppyhood was like. He is a shelter survivor before the woman we got him from got him. He loves everything, dogs, cats, people & kids. He plays with cats.
From Sunny: Remy is a Catahoula Leopard Dog Australian Shepherd mix. His dad was a Catahoula, and his mom was an Aussie. Despite the double merle parentage and the worrying amount of white in his coat, he is neither blind nor deaf; though, we’d still obviously love him if he was.
He was using a bell to go outside at 8 weeks and is the example dog in class. He’s incredibly smart. He’s also very stubborn. He loves meeting new people to an almost frustrating level. He will run at anyone new just to rub on their legs (almost like a cat) and roll over on top of their feet for belly rubs.
Despite both breeds being generally good with the water, he hasn’t shown any fondness of it yet. He definitely herds and loves chasing any and everyone.
He was around 6 lbs at 6 weeks, 10 lbs at 8 weeks, and 13-14 lbs at 11 weeks.
She’s only 30 lbs., which makes her a great size for travel…car rides are her second favorite thing! Rolling in dead things and herding are both tied for first place. She is very quick, and agile..a great little herder. She even herds children! She’s smart as a whip, and as loyal as the day is long. She’s my little Velcro dog.
From Markus: We adopted Sasha one month ago. She was picked up as a stray. Her body, including coat, is most likely German Shepherd. Her muzzle is very Beagle-like. It also would explain her size, which is smaller than a German Shepherd Dog.
She is very sweet and loving. She loves to play with our Miniature Schnauzer. While she is calm assertive, when they play fight, she frequently lies flat on her back to let her smaller sized brother gain the advantage.
Rusty is an Australian Cattle Dog American Pit Bull Terrier mix. We have had Rusty for a little over a week, rescued from our county shelter where he was surrendered. We were told he is an Australian Cattle Dog mix, which you can see from his red heeler merle. We believe he is also Pit Bull or similar Molosser dog. He is estimated at 9 mo. old. Energetic, athletic, sweet, obedient. Loud noises startle him. He plays for hours on end with our very energetic 8 mo old JRT.
His body is mostly redish brown with some black hairs mixed in particularly on his tail. The white and red merle extends from the left side of his head to his neck and chest and down his right front leg, plus all four paws. Body is long and lean, head is large for body, flopped ears and amber eyes. We did consider catahula leopard dog, but the merle isn’t right.