Rudi

can any-one tell me what they think i am? am i a belguim teruven?

It has been bought to my owners attention that t hey may have been given the wrong info when they adopted me and i am after all nota collie cross germen shep, they have been told i could be a teruven? looking at the websites they are getting more convinced but would like other peoples ideas. it doesnt matter what i am really they love me anyway but it is nice to know, i was rescued from being a stray so no-one knows anything about me. if you have any ideas please answer this question. love rudi xx


Asked by Rudi on Jan 12th 2009 Tagged whatami in Belgian Tervuren
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Zackintosh CJ

I definitely see German Shepherd Dog and Collie, I don't see Belgian Tervuren but I may also see Border Collie, or Golden Retriever.


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Miss Buddie

Whatever he is, he's just gorgeous!


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JessAnneMarieLouise

Have no idea what you are....but dang, you got a cute face!!!


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Dieta

If you really want to know. You can buy a DNA kit from rayallen.com
We are thinking of doing it for the big pretty mastiff we got out of the shelter.
That is the cheapest I have seen. Most vets want alot of $.
You just swab and send it in :)
don't think it looks like that breed, maybe a cross of two others.?


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Stormy

GSD's and Terv's are very similar dogs, as well as Belgian Malanois.

Personally, I can see German Shephard, as well Tervuren for the long hair & shep coloring.
As well as maybe Australian Shepherd (for the color pattern & fluffiness) or Collie (as in Lassie) for the long nose and head profile. But that can also come from GSDs.

So a recap- German Shephard or Tervuren, Collie, Aussie Shepherd.

Either way, you got a dog with STRONG herding instinct and prey drive!! All very smart breeds though.


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Bandit

I think it does look like he could be part belguim teruven. But a cross between a shepard and a collie could be what he is too. It is almost to close to call. He is adorable though, whatever he is. I was giving the wrong info for sure on Bandit when I adopted him it happens.


Bandit answered on 1/15/09. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer