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We just bought a new dog this weekend and we're not sure what kind of dog she is. The shop owner had said she was a pomeranian, but she doesnt look like it at all, plus she seems a bit too big already. If anyone has any ideas, please reply. THANKS!!
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On flicker i See her, she is NOT a pure pom imo, she is cute, maybe corgi, with those short stubby legs lol, her colouring I belive is also failry close to corgi as well. Not sure about the face, it does kinda resemble a pom. She is adorable.
 

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I think Pom mix. Certainly not pure...

I read you got her at a pet store... I hope you didn't pay a lot for the "pure bred" dog.
 

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Very pretty dog. She appears to have a pom look in the face but those paws are pretty large for a pom. It looks like she may be a medium sized dog. I have 2 poms LOVE THEM, Coco male - is fluffy and full and Aoki is small and this with more straight longer hair and they are from the same litter. Here are a couple pics of my babies. (hope it goes thru - new to this) Mine are 6 months now.One of these pics was when they were about 2-3 months.

But either way unless you paid pom price thats a concern but you got a very cute puppy.
 

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tibetan spaniels are pritty rare, I highly doubt a breeder let one of their dogs breed with a mutt and then sold it to a pet store
It's not impossible for an intact dog to run away and breed. Last dog show I went to, I talked to a lady that had found and kept a stray Komondor. If that's not a rare breed I dunno what is.

I wouldn't dismiss the possibility altogether.
 

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It's not impossible for an intact dog to run away and breed. Last dog show I went to, I talked to a lady that had found and kept a stray Komondor. If that's not a rare breed I dunno what is.

I wouldn't dismiss the possibility altogether.
Actually, Komondorok are not terribly rare - it's just that most people wouldn't recognize a pet one if they saw them. I know of five folks who use them as LGDs and I see them fairly regularly for sale (puppies) in farm papers for working. Not as common as anatolians or anatolian/pyr crosses, but at there's more than a few BYBs out there...
 
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