How to Tell What Breed Your Puppy Is?


Unless you bought a pure bred puppy from a breeder, it can be very difficult to tell what breed, or breeds, your puppy is. Sometimes the puppy will have very distinct characteristics (physical or emotional) that give you that AHA moment when you compare them to the breed standard. Really, the only definitive way to know your puppy's breed is to splurge on DNA testing. Sometimes your vet can give you an idea of what you have. For example a mixed puppy with Chihuahua, Dachshund and Jack Russell Terrier lineage might have the bulgy Chihuahua eyes, the face of a Jack Russell Terrier, a long slender body and short stubby legs of a Dachshund, be nervous like a Chihuahua and hyper like the Terrier.
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To find out the breed of your puppy, you should first ask the people that you're getting it from if they know. If this isn't an option, then you should take the puppy to the vet.
There are websites online, such as the related link below, in which you can look at pictures of what different breeds of dogs look like, and if the dog is not a mixed breed (two or
1. Learn all you can about the history of the pug by contacting the American Kennel Club (AKC) for its breed standard information. The "breed standard" are the guidelines
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