I must confess, I quiet often have to ask. I rarely see well bred purebreeds.
When I went to collect Villain at the airport, I was told he had not come on the 'plane... that there was "definitely no Dobermann" on that flight.
There was, however, (so they said) a black Labrador.
You guessed it... Villain....
Mine constantly get called Labradoodles.
Seriously, it is more common these days for people to think straight away 'Labradoodle' than it is to think 'Poodle'
I have also had a couple of people think Brody is a Standard Poodle even though he is only 15 1/2 inches tall... he is just taller then Prada which is normal considering he's a dog and she's a bitch!!!
Cleo and Mischa (Miniature Pinscher) get mistaken for chihuahuas every day. They are way better looking in my opinion! One out of every...300 people knows what they are. It's Chi or 'deer.'
Jag (Bichon Frise) gets mistaken for a poodle--way bigger than a toy and wrong size and shape. He's long as opposed to tall.
Carl (staffy/norfolk terrier) has been called a Glen of Imaal before.
like a rolling thunder chasing the wind...
Natt-your Boris (am I right) is a handsome boy.
Some people called my minis as "scottish". I can understand why they did that but can't understand they kept calling him "scottish" after I corrected them. Some needs a new brain.
I love cooking but I love eating even more.
Oh. Oh. Oh. Oh, no. Orright, everyOne, let's get one thing clear. Boris, he's MINE. Okay? We got that clear? Good.
Probably more a thread for purebreds but I will pitch in anyway...
Barney (who we assume is a lab x as he is big and black, but we really have no idea) has been mistaken for a purebred lab, a rottweiler and a pitbull
Pippi (shih tzu/foxy x) is always mistaken for a maltese x, and even once for a JR
We used to have a staffy/boxer whom I was asked at least a hundred times if he was a pitbull (he didnt even look remotely like one except for the muscular build and short hair)
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