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Old 11-08-2017, 09:14 AM   #1
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Please help me to identify

Hello,
Could you please help me identify the breed of these puppies, at least some of them, there are 4 of them. The mother is retriever I think, the ones with light colors could be mixed with belgian sheperd dog but I'm not sure, I'm curious about the black and the darker brown one with spots..

So please could you please identify and tell me what do you think these 4 dogs breed could be, I need to pick one for myself, just want to know

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Old 11-12-2017, 05:08 PM   #2
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They are much too young to guess. Was she around an intact Belgian during her heat cycle?
I personally like tnt brindles. I'm a sucker for them though.

Judging just by color of having fawn black mask and brindle black mask it could come from the dad being a brindle dog and surely that pup isn't black?! It could include a number of breeds mastiff breeds, Boxer, Pit Bull, Greyhound, there is a lot of possibility. Or the dad could be non brindle and out actually come from the mom, if she's a masked brindle. Goldens are recessive yellow, which doesnt allow black pigment to be produced so you could get a surprise when breeding a recessive yellow to a dog with normal. This also tells you that the sire had at least a single allele for black mask (If not homozygous by the looks of it) since mask and recessive yellow share the same locus the mask had to come from dad. There are a lot of breeds that can have mask again mastiff breeds, Boxer, Pit, Pug, Ridgeback and many more including Belgian Shepherds and German Shepherd.

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Old 11-13-2017, 01:35 PM   #3
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yes, I thought so, it doesn't matter really I was just curious, I wish I could take them all , I will go with the one with the light color. To be honest I'm not sure and the neighbour has a belgian shepherd dog so because of the black muzzle and ears I assume the light color ones are from this dog, my parents weren't at home all the time so they don't know, it's a village house and many dogs are there walking freely. The black one ( well not entirely black, it has some white spots, but it's darker in color, it has a white tie in front. was born day after, alone.
there are no mastiffs or boxers around, there is a pit bull though, but there are also many mixed dogs so it could be anything. I wanted the one with brindles or the one on the second photo. They will all find home in no problem
Thank you for your reply, it's a tough decision to choose but can't keep them all.

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Old 11-13-2017, 04:33 PM   #4
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I understand, from what you describe it is possible that more than one dog sired the litter.

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