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Q: What breed do you think I am?

March 25, 2008 | By ComicKitty | 4 answers | Expired: 2448 days ago

What breed do you think I am?

When I adopted Odie I was told that he was a Border Terrier which isn't a very popular breed but I had been looking for one for about 2 years. I know that his body and head kinda look like a border terrier and he is the right size to be one but he has a curly tail and his fur is to long to be a border terrier. There are more pictures on his profile and on this website www.dogster.com/dogs/638631 of him.

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Pitbullluvr17
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Apr 05, 2008

actually after looking at the other pictures he looks like he has yorkie in him. so maybe border terrier-yorkshire terrier.

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Pitbullluvr17
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Apr 05, 2008

i would say border terrier maltese. because if he has longer tail and a curly tail then that could be maltese. he definately has border terrier in him though. my aunt has a dog that has that curly tail and the longer coarser hair and we think he has maltese so i would say maltese-border terrier.

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Freeman796
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Mar 26, 2008

If you really wanted to find out what breeds make up Odie, you can have a DNA analysis done. It is a fairly expensive though. My vet charges about $170 for this service, but you get a full report of the breeds found, and what percentage they make up. You can go to wisdompanel.com/ for more information.

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Theranddav
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Mar 25, 2008

As a kid we had a cockapoo that looked almost exactly like your Odie! The only difference was our Missy Girl was more cream. Odie's hair on top of his head is like a cocker spaniel type hair. But his coat does look like some sort of courser haired terrier. I think he could be a spaniel/terrier cross. His weight on your website is about right for that too.

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