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02-06-2014 02:46 AM
Hessa Oh yeah the ears grow quick!
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02-06-2014 01:10 AM
volcano its a gsd to me at this point. My girls litter had some with little triange ears but she was the rabbit ears of the litter.
02-04-2014 05:54 PM
MichaelE He's shaping up nicely.
02-04-2014 05:48 PM
Oskar's Human

Ears are already much bigger. This was on Monday, 9 weeks old here
02-03-2014 12:56 PM
DaniFani Looks GSD to me. My guys ears looked pretty small when he was younger, pic on the left is 9/10 weeks, one on the right was yesterday (16 weeks old). Your boy's ears look small, but it's amazing what a few weeks of puppy growth can do. ;-)
02-03-2014 12:42 PM
Oskar's Human
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Originally Posted by Chip18 View Post
Mixed with mutt is an interesting term? And yeah he does look a little fuzzy and ears seem a little small?
He's a good looking guy did you see either of the parents?

Mutt simply means mixed breed when you have no idea, When you know what he is you can use mutt or identify him as a GSD/whatever. That's what the "Breeder" should have done.

In any case he's a handsome boy and nobody's going to poke fun at you!

And I'm certainly not the last word Mastiffs Boxers Pitts are my background GSD's,at 7 years now are new to me.
Haha yeah I was implying he could be mixed with anything for all I care
02-03-2014 12:31 PM
stmcfred I think he looks purebred. Ears do seem a little small, but like others have said, some just have smaller ears.
02-03-2014 12:22 PM
Castlemaid My first impression when I saw the pic was "Sable pure-bred".

Some pups have tiny ears, and the ears grow - some pups have huge ears, and the puppy has to catch up to the size of the ears.

Some pups are fuzzy like that too - with GSDs, there is such a variation in coat type and color and ear size and set, hard to tell for sure if a puppy is pure bred or not. I say yes, but without papers, who knows?

Did you get to see the parents?
02-03-2014 11:33 AM
Liesje He looks just like my (definitely purebred) sable GSD looked around 7-8 weeks of age, yours is a little lighter.
02-03-2014 10:16 AM
MaggieRoseLee
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Originally Posted by lhczth View Post
Looks like a GSD puppy to me. Not all of them have huge ears as a little pup.
I 100% agree, pure sable GSD to me too.

Cutie pie deserving all the love you have!

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