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What breed is my dog?

My dog is older than a year and we found her in the middle of nowhere. She is more than 1 but less than 2 feet tall. She has a long tail and floppy ears. She is black and tan brindled and has double dew claws in the back and dew claws in the front. We thought she was a Great Dane puppy because she looks like a darker replica of my Great Dane, just a miniature. We think she might be a Mountain Cur. Any dog breed suggestions? Thanks.

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Does she have any white on her? Is there any chance she could be a beagle mix?

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No White just black and tan everywhere.
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Well, she still could have some beagle in her or some kind of hound, maybe coon hound, but they get pretty big. Your vet would be a really good person to ask. But you know what, I love mixed breeds and if you never find out, she'll be great. She'll love you like nobody's business and you won't be able to help yourself to adore her right back (which I bet you already do.) But, yeah, I'd ask the vet what he/she thinks. Might get a better answer there. Good luck, oh and Happy New Year!!
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yeah, it doesnt matter what breed she is, just wonder about health risks but i would love her if she was a beagle or mut, i dont care. She is a really sweet dog. thanks, and Happy New Year to you too.
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She could be mixed so then it will be harder to identify her

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maybe a great dane mixed with golden ricrver ana dash hound

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Basset Hound? It might be a Basset Hound or a Beagle.

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It's your dog so you should know.

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Yes you are right, i should know, that is why i am asking so that i will But thanks.
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