I can't see a German shepherd in her. Are you sure? And what's normal boxer teeth?
Have you any sideways photos of her standing up so that we can see body shape, limb angulation, head in profile, tail set/carriage?
I don't see GSD, either. Nor do I see boxer. What I do see is Black Mouth Cur. BMCs and BMC mixes are pretty common in the South, where did you get Shyloh? (Personally, I prefer Shyloh to Beth, too.)
Webbing is a BMC trait, too.I can see BMC however, I'm in North America.
She has huge paws and extra webbing in between. It's rather cute. And I loved the name Shyloh from Homeward Bound
Hmm. Now I'm more curious.. Think I may get her DNA tested just to find out. She likes being chased and to chase. Also does this nose pushing when she's behind you.Webbing is a BMC trait, too.
I meant the US South, like Kentucky, Alabama, etc. I lived in the PA when I got Kabota, but he came from Kentucky. It's very common for rescues and even shelters in the North of the US to get their dogs from the South of the US. Most dogs going into shelters in the North are pit bulls and pit bull mixes. For a variety of reasons, these dogs are hard to place. The South, on the other hand, is overrun with breeds that very desirable and easy to place in the North- GSD mixes, BMCs (often mistaken for GSD mixes), border collie mixes, hounds, etc.
The same thing happens with Chihuahuas in Southern California. Chis are so common in S Cali that shelters can't adopt them out, but Chis are wildly popular in places like NYC, so they get shipped from S Cali to points east.