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04-16-2014 10:44 AM
Chip18
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Only reason they would be a PIA to train is if they were smarter than the person training them.....which in many cases would be highly probable
I take your point. I had two I was training and they did catch on very quickly!

My friends dogs, worst behaved dogs I had every seen! But as is typical it was not the dogs it was the owners!

They just seem to be a really popular dog for the totally clueless for some reason?! Actually make that three I have trained, almost adopted one! Molly, forgot about her, we fostered her for about three months,found her a home, it was hard to let her go!

I guess, I should just say BC/Hereder dogs are not a good first dog for a beginner or the clueless and let it go at that!
04-16-2014 09:03 AM
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04-16-2014 08:37 AM
K9POPPY Who cares, she's really cute, looks so much like a GSD, it'll always keep people guessing, just enjoy her for the dog she is- I think she's GREAT!!!!! Bob
04-16-2014 03:49 AM
sparra
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If she's not a PIA to train, then she's not a BC!
Only reason they would be a PIA to train is if they were smarter than the person training them.....which in many cases would be highly probable
04-16-2014 01:44 AM
Chip18 Tail does look kinda short??
04-16-2014 01:24 AM
sparra She looks Kelpie/cattle dog to me but not sure how popular that mix is over there. Over here they are EVERYWHERE and she looks just like one......if kelpie not a popular cross over there then I would go with GSD/ACD
04-16-2014 01:08 AM
the401killer Maybe she can be a koolie dog or koolie dog gsd mix
02-14-2014 11:33 AM
wolfy dog Looks like a Kelpie X GSD X Heeler type. Wish we had access to dogs like her. Here it is mainly Pits and under-socialized Chihuahuas, shipped from CA.
02-13-2014 09:12 PM
selzer I think it is best to consider that it is mixed, just so that people don't look at you funny when you say she is a GSD. It really doesn't matter. The white toes, chest and even chin hairs are not unknown in the breed. I am more hung up with the shortness of the tail. What would you get if you mix a black GSD with a long coated malinois? I don't know. Can't really guess. She could be a Belgian Shepherd/GSD cross. I really don't see border collie.
02-13-2014 09:08 PM
Chip18 Sure looks like a GSD to me also. If she's not a PIA to train, then she's not a BC!
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