Hi.  We just took in a stray that appears to be a lab mix.  I hope we can keep her, but we're expecting baby #3 any day now, so we'll see.  I was hoping you guys might have some ideas as to what she may be mixed with (if any).  I know it's hard to tell at this age, so any opinions are welcome.  She is extremely light blond, has webbed feet and the typical lab tail.  However her ears seem shorter and don't lay as flat.  Also, her head seems smaller and flatter than a lab.  The vet estimated her age to be 15 or 16 weeks (still has all her baby teeth).  She weighs 20 lbs and her feet are huge.  She's gained 4 lbs since we took her in a week and a half ago.  She's really sweet... follows me everywhere.  I can't go 5 feet with out her at my heels.  Poor thing is probably scared she'll get lost again!  It makes me sad to think she might not be able to stay.  :'(  She gets along great with my 1 yr old lab/pointer mix.  I hope we can keep her!
Hi there. Your pup is a cutie and I hope you will be able to keep her. If not, I am sure you will have no trouble in finding a loving home for her. As for her mix, it is really difficult to say when they are young. If I had to take a wild stab in the dark, I'd say that maybe she has a touch of Shepherd somewhere in her. More pictures might help.
Oh I wouldn't even begin to guess the mix, but she's darling and she has GREAT stocky front legs and paws!
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You have two pretty girls there!
I would guess lab/GSD? maybe? Hope you can keep her.
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She's very pretty. Hope it all works out for you.
I´d guess you could say she´s a white germand sheperd - yellow lab mix.
She´s going to be huge...
She's beautiful! Where did you find her?
I'd guess Lab/German Shepard.
Please keep us posted as to how she's fitting in with your family, OK?
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she's such a cutie!! i hope you get to keep her!
i agree and think she's probably a white german shephard/lab mix.. she's got the longer coat and her snout is definitely a little different than a lab's