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My dog Buddy is really one of a kind I saved him from going to the shelter so i think hes full grown but hes definitely young like maybe a year. I want to breed him since hes so well behaved and smart. It would be of so much help if you can tell me what kind of terriers you think were mixed to get this dog. Maybe since Ive never seen a dog that looks like him that hes the result of many different mixes. I have no clue. IMG_3758.jpg IMG_3720.jpg IMG_4002.jpg IMG_3999.jpg IMG_20120223_114928.jpg 1329884202613.jpg IMG_3758.jpg IMG_3720.jpg IMG_4002.jpg IMG_3999.jpg IMG_20120223_114928.jpg 1329884202613.jpg
 

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He looks like a Yorkie mix. Maybe Cairn.

I do hope you'll reconsider breeding him. There are so many dogs in need of homes, casual breeding just adds to that number.
 

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I could see yorkie and carin...

I also want to stress your reconsideration of breeding. There are SO MANY dogs that need homes as is and, if you saved this dog from the shelter than I feel pretty safe in saying that you probably don't know the health of his sire, dam, and past generations. There is SO MUCH that goes into breeding other than just temperament (though, that's certainly important).

Please read this - http://www.oes.org/page2/11934~His_Name_Is_Sam.html - I think it's a must for anybody who is considering breeding.
Also... http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_FEtbyWEhHOw/TSh_TDYFN1I/AAAAAAAAAE0/JyQMVvK3sFg/s1600/0EjG4.jpg
 

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Dog DNA tests are notoriously unreliable. They're fun, but don't rely on the results. He could have some Australian Terrier orr Chihuahua. He could have a lot of breeds in him, not just a couple! He's a cutie anyway.
 
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