Maybe in the chest. The faces were very Labish, with the sharp trianglular ear rather than the Weim's more rounded triangle. The eyes were a cool color, though, like a combination of a Lab's dark brown with a Weim's greenish tint. Very expressive.did the dogs resemble wiems? just curious because i think they are beautiful. i seriously considered one before i got jinx.
S'pose the Springador sounds a little better than a Labradinger. I'd feel like a bit of a pratt introducing my dog as a Labradinger.heh.. i just googled them and noticed the britons call them Springadors =)
My first "lab" was actually a lab-springer mix (back when they were just a mix). I thought that she would stay small since the mom was about 40 lbs. Should have known better since the dad (lab) had somehow climbed a six foot fence to get to the mom in heat. Anyhow, Lady was 85 pounds, and was a jumper until she turned six. Nothing but time could break her of that habit. I chalked it up to the springer in her.S'pose the Springador sounds a little better than a Labradinger. I'd feel like a bit of a pratt introducing my dog as a Labradinger.
Although it makes me wonder what happened to the use of the word cross breed. Or mutt. Even mutts (mixes of 3 breeds or more) get funky names nowdays.