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    Default Is my dog a Pyrenees mix?

    This is my doggo Pudge, he's about a year old. His mother is definitely part lab. He is much floofier than his littermates, I have included a picture of him next to one of his brothers for comparison.
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    When you say the mom is definitely part lab, is she not part pyr? Yes, your pup looks like he probably has pyr in him.

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    you can always do a DNA test to find out...if you want...

    but the sitting in the dirt part definitely seems like a Pyr trait!!

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    He is beautiful no matter what he is. It takes someone with lots more pyr experience than me to say what he is, but he certainly looks part pyr to me.
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    Thats a tough one tbh. I see the lab for sure and I SORT OF see pyr. Not 100 percent though. Usually I can spot a pyr mix a mile off with 100 percent certainty. So I am leaning towards not a pyr. But it is possible based on behaviors alone that you can deduce if he is pyr or not. Lookswise I say 50 50 chance he is pyr. Just my humble opinion.

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    This handsome guy is Chester, my non-Pyr. Last Summer, I had a vet swear that Chester was absolutely, positively, without a shadow of a doubt, at least part pit bull. The funny thing is, I had just gotten his DNA test results back, and according to the good people at Wisdom Panel, if there were any pitties in his ancestry, they were too far back, and in too small of concentrations to trace. They were able to find evidence of Labrador, Pointer, White Swiss Shepherd, Pomeranian, and Pekingese, though. Go figure.

    Now, of course, I donít care if heís pit bull or not. I like pit bulls, and I adore Chester. The point Iím trying to make is that you canít always tell their breed mix just from looking at them.

    However, Pudge does have some Pyr-like physical traits. Heís also handsome as can be!
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