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Can anyone help identify our little puppy's breed(s)?!

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Hey peeps :wave: to keep this story short(ish) Ill go straight into it.....We recently bought a little puppy that was listed (by the shop) as a Jack Russell cross Yorkshire Terrier.....Now, we have some dog exp but we haven't had a dog from their puppy stage before so we just assumed that it was exactly what they said it was.

However....we took her to the vets yesterday as she has the symptoms of Mange, which she has contracted so she's losing her hair slightly but we have the medication for that now.....anyway the vet said that she has Jack Russell in her but the cross breed in her is possibly Rottweiler?!?! We have looked and looked for ages on the internet but we just cant work out what she is. We will take her to the vets or wherever we can to get it verified for certain but if anyone can help for now that'd be great.

She is 9 weeks old, I can see some Rotty in her....I think....but we are just completly unsure now! She is a lovely little puppy though, no matter what breed(s) she has :wink:


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Well her size is as accurate as possible from the photo's, they were only taken 5/6 days ago apart from the one where she is been held (blue top, about 1 1/2 weeks ago).

There are so many similar crosses its silly, Collie and Jack had some similar pics, And nearly anything crossed with a Rottweiler......bloody pets huh :help: lol

Her body is quite chunky, short legs, big feet and walks like a big dog but because she is a puppy its hard to tell, especially at only 9weeks old. And the vet wasn't saying it for definitely, he was just pointing out that she has very similar markings/characteristics of a Rotty.

EDIT* After a bit more research I have come across this breed, American Hunt Terrier, Closest ive come to finding her match!

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