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My friend has this dog (Oscar) and the vets said he was a lab and pit mix. But I feel he has Doberman ears so I don't know. He also has webbed feet. Can you help me? He has white on his chest. He has aversive loud bark. He is lest than a year old, he's around 20 moths old. Thank you.
 

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Its a little hard to tell from your photo, do you have any side view photos of him standing and a front view of him standing?
Verry cute though, I love the colors and the ears. I do deffinitly agree with pit mix though.
 

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my pitbull puppy has naturally erect ears like that. I could be wrong but I believe Doberman ears are naturally floppy...they need to be cropped in order to be erect like that...so unless this puppy actually had his ears cropped I would say probably a pit mix.
 

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Its a little hard to tell from your photo, do you have any side view photos of him standing and a front view of him standing?
Verry cute though, I love the colors and the ears. I do deffinitly agree with pit mix though.
Thanks for the swift response here you go!
 

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my pitbull puppy has naturally erect ears like that. I could be wrong but I believe Doberman ears are naturally floppy...they need to be cropped in order to be erect like that...so unless this puppy actually had his ears cropped I would say probably a pit mix.
Thanks I think you are completely right.
 

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Yoshiposhi is right, I forgot, dobies naturally have floppy ears. I almost want to say possibly shepherd or possibly a multi generation pit mix. I feel like I see something that's right on the tip of my toung, maybe some one else will see something I'm missing.
 

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Yoshiposhi is right, I forgot, dobies naturally have floppy ears. I almost want to say possibly shepherd or possibly a multi generation pit mix. I feel like I see something that's right on the tip of my toung, maybe some one else will see something I'm missing.

Thanks Sabina! Your guess is better than mine :)
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Beautiful dog.

I see a pit mix. What other large dog breeds are common in your area? I seem to see a hound in the shape of his face, not just any hound though, but a Pharoah Hound. Or a Thai Ridgeback.
 

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I agree with icemaiden, I was about to suggest Thai Ridgeback especially from the second photo
 

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I do agree the face shape is reminiscent of Thai ridgebacks, but i'm not sure were the op is located but thai ridgebacks are relativily uncommon/rare (though they may be more common in area I'm un aware of, other then Thailand). Other wise I would agree, but then again you never know.
 
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