10 responses

  1. Julia
    April 1, 2011

    This is absolutely so bogus. Dogs and bears don’t breed.

    • AllMutt
      April 1, 2011

      Pandas and dogs are both closely related to rascoons so you never know. :)

  2. Kirk Nixon
    May 23, 2011

    Bolognese sauce! its a fad in china they dye your chow. I have pix.

    • AllMutt
      May 23, 2011

      Happy belated lirpa sloof!

  3. Jerome
    November 11, 2011

    Are you breeding this dog

  4. MENİS
    December 19, 2011


  5. Jai
    April 3, 2012

    As real as this looks, it has to be fake! IKm with Kirk. They just hair dyed the dog with Panda prints. As kool as it seems, with my veterinary tech knowledge, this is impossible…

  6. Bhejoon
    May 23, 2012

    It is possible, although highly improbable because of the timidity of either gender of panda with reguards to mating. Since pandas are not bears, but a member of the same canine family as foxes! The likely hood that the mutant would be able to produce offspring is highly improbable though! Think about tiger/lion crosses and domestic horse/zebra crosses, they do occur, but cannot reproduce!

  7. Bjmrozek
    July 8, 2012

    The giant panda, the typical black and white token of Thailand, IS part of the bear family Ursidae. The red panda, however, is not. In either case, none are of the same species. Genetic experiment maybe! :)

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