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Dear All,

Ive Got a mixed breed of german and something else doesnt know about it some people told me its husky some said its wolf some doesnt know but the weird thing here is his height, weight, fear, bite, everything in this dog is weird and i need a help with this. Take look at him: minimum 4 months old, short legs, fears everything, cannt stand to face anything, 0 focus altho he knows sit and shake hands. Any Help if i should keep him or get a pure Breed dog ?



 

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You have to take time to get to know your dog, and your dog has to get to know you too! I have an extremely fearful dog, and it took me 1 year for him to settle into my home. Don't be afraid to ask a dog behavior specialist to teach you some tips and tricks. And learn to recognize his body language. If you are interested, I have an article about it on my blog.
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I hope it helps.. Good luck! Never give up!! Patience and time go a long way

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Btw, it's a very beautiful dog! I just adore the way he looks!
 

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Whether you keep him or not is your choice. If you just got him everything is new to him, no wonder he is scared. And some dogs are just more fearful than other dogs. There is no wolf in your dog, I know that. As more mix, I'm not sure with those photos. It also makes a difference where you are as some breeds are more or less common in some areas. I'm not sure I'm seeing GSD. Maybe corgi mix.
 
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Could possibly be a collie cross I agree not a wolf, with him being still a puppy he will be hard to keep focus just like with a young child. If he is 4 months his legs don't look that short, the legs in my shepherd mix seemed to grow for longer than her body did.
 

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This dog has absolutely no wolf in him! Or Husky if you ask me. He's a cute little Terrier, Corgi, Sheltie looking pup. There's nothing that makes purebred dogs better than mixed breeds. Is that why you wouldn't want to keep him? His breed? Or him being nervous? He's probably fearful because he's not been around people very much or maybe he had some scary experiences. And if he knows any commands he clearly has focus, even if it's hard to get him to focus. If he's nervous best try to train him in a quiet place where there's not many things to scare him. He certainly looks happy in that big picture so you must be doing something right! Just go slow with him and be gentle. Tell other people to be gentle with him too so they don't scare him either. He's a cute little mixed breed. :)
 
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