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Old 06-24-2014, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wolf GSD mix or other?

About a month ago I rescued her from a puppy mill that cast her aside because she was the runt. They said her mother was full german shepherd and the father was a little smaller german shepherd / mid content wolf. When I got her she was skin and bones, so I dont know if that affected her growth. Shes starting to fill out nicely now though.
Shes really shy around strangers but friendly with other dogs (only now that i take her to the dog park a lot). She is the sweetest and clingiest dog ive ever owned. Doesnt like not touching me..even when we're walking.
Just looking for some opinions here. Thanks!

Oh and I think shes around 6 months, and her coat is getting darker on her back/ sides.
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