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    i think your right, i am gonna get more pics right now to be sure

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    Can you get some pix of her sitting or standing on the couch at eye level to the dog - from the side. Those are top down looking in her face - I can't tell.

    Though she does look a bit like my brother's staffy in those. Possibly cos she's puggy around food.

    Corgies do have very big ears...

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    To start with you need to discount coat type and colour from any guesses, as pugs tend to throw dominant coat type and colour when crossed. So mini foxie/ Tenterfield terrier is highly likely, as is anything coated like pom.

    Minus the ears she looks like a Cavalier x Pug. But I would be more likely to go with the foxie/ Tentie or even Chi guess, especially due to the finer bone in her legs than a pug. If you had Corgi in there you would have an increase in bone, not a decrease.

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    That dog is gorgeously fugly...I love her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Can you get some pix of her sitting or standing on the couch at eye level to the dog - from the side. Those are top down looking in her face - I can't tell.

    Though she does look a bit like my brother's staffy in those. Possibly cos she's puggy around food.

    Corgies do have very big ears...
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    This is the only one of her from the side. I don't have her it's my dads dog so i am not there to take pictures i am just taking these off facebook.

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    Ok, I'll play thanks eddie HMMMMMMMMMMM, wow, thats a tough one kelpie...Can I phone a friend?
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    I still like pug x chi or tenterfield (or long legged fox terrier).

    She's very well fed.

    Maybe ask your dad to put her up on the couch or bed and take a few more pix...

    Or if you're feeling like you have $150 you don't need any more - you can send off for a DNA test - those are usually good for a laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
    Ok, I'll play thanks eddie HMMMMMMMMMMM, wow, thats a tough one kelpie...Can I phone a friend?
    I want your dog. lol. CUTEEEEE.

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    BUMP. Another question about this pug.

    She walks and runs with one of her back legs up alot! She's six years old but doesn't seem to be in any pain.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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