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Old 03-20-2014, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What breed is this? I'm thinking about getting another puppy. Would breed like pointer get along with my 1.5 yo?
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Old 03-20-2014, 09:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'd say either a foxhound or a harrier. I'm sure it will get along with your GSD as long as he's not aggressive.
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Old 03-20-2014, 09:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It has short legs, looks like a beagle to me.
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I used to have a beagle mutt, she was quite a bit bigger than both the 13" and 15" beagle breeds (and was also just brown and white, with no black, so a bi-color) so I used to guess she was mixed with something a little bigger...the dog you posted a pic of appears to me to be a full blooded, tri-color beagle. Hard to tell which size though, 13" or 15" They can be very stubborn, and when they put their nose to the ground they are GONE!!! But I loved my beagle mutt, she was a good dog.
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I have a beagle mutt now. Love him! He is very smart. People don't give them enough credit. What is so great about hounds, is that they are a "pack" breed and generally love all other dogs. Mine sure does. I have a friend who has 6 beagles in her pack. She does agility with some of them. There are TONS of hounds and hound mixes in shelters - from puppy on up. Does your GSD get along with other dogs? If so, the hound won't be a problem.
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Old 03-20-2014, 10:33 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I used to have a beagle mutt, she was quite a bit bigger than both the 13" and 15" beagle breeds (and was also just brown and white, with no black, so a bi-color) so I used to guess she was mixed with something a little bigger...the dog you posted a pic of appears to me to be a full blooded, tri-color beagle. Hard to tell which size though, 13" or 15" They can be very stubborn, and when they put their nose to the ground they are GONE!!! But I loved my beagle mutt, she was a good dog.
You may already know, Brown/whites are also called lemon beagles.

The dog on the cover looks a little long in the legs and too narrow in the chest to be a beagle, I'd guess fox hound.
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Old 03-20-2014, 11:08 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Looks like a beagle! Hounds are little handfuls! BARK BARK BARK!! My mom has 2 and wow is her house a mad house. Not the breed for me.
They will follow there nose anywhere and everywhere and I find them hard to potty train!
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Beagle - having grown up with one, I'd say what you are thinking is a bad idea.
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I would try to get a dog as similar in breed characteristics as your GSD. A beagle is typically very people and dog friendly -- no suspicion to them . They are a bit of a doing my own thing type of dog , really difficult to get obedience on them. What would your gsd do, would his obedience hold ?
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