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What kind of dog was in the movie "Shooter"?

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The dog in the movie "Shooter" is a Bernese Mountain and English Mastiff mix. The dog's real name is Logan.

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The movie "Shooter" released in 2007 and starred Mark Wahlberg. The dog's breed and name is not mentioned in the movie, but he is a loyal companion of the lead character.

The Bernese Mountain and English Mastiff breed of dog is often referred to as a Mountain Mastiff. The dogs are very intelligent and are excellent herders. The Bernese mountain breed was first recognized by the American Kennel Club in the 1930s, although the history of the dog dates back hundreds of years.

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