|Barked: Fri May 3, '13 9:14am PST |
|I would agree with Alva. Google makes it pretty easy to search various dogs breeds until you find one that looks "just like" your mystery mutt, and the more uncommon the breed, the better. If you believe all the breeds people claim their dogs of unknown heritage are, there are an awful lot of rare breeds in shelters and from backyard breeding!
Some people have a pretty loose interpretation of what it takes for two dogs to look alike. I've lost count of the number of people who have said Onyx looks just like their Lab/mix, which I took to mean both were solid black dogs. I've had someone insist Fenrir was a Kelpie, and while I can see where they got the idea, the resemblance really isn't that strong. It doesn't take much more than color and approximate size to convince some people two dogs are the same.
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