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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Paige98, Sep 13, 2020 at 8:46 PM.
Looks like a good bit of sharpei in there.
Why do you ask? Is she yours?
Lab X sharpei
Could just be a puppy dark yellow lab(sometimes called red or fox red) as puppy labs have wrinkles beyond counting
Is that an umbilical hernia I spy in the last pic?
I see Shar PEI in the puppy.
Is he/she yours?
Definitely shar pei in there. Can't really tell otherwise, maybe a lab type or even staffy.
Hi this is my 15 week old puppy called ember. We brought her as staff cross American bull dog. But me and her dad can see different just wanted other people views. Thankyou
hi it is a hernia, once she 6 months it will be sorted after she get spaded. As a new puppy owner any tips on it if you know much? Thankyou x
My girl came, to me, from a private re-home, with a hernia at 6 years age, she had already been bred from twice
I had it repaired when she was spayed too, they actually went through the hernia to spay her, she was left with a teeny scar and 3 stitches, I actually phoned the next day to check they had done the spay!
All I really know about them is
that they can be hereditary
although you're not going to, they should never be bred from
Both of those facts I learnt here!!
Not that I was planning to breed her, never have, never will, haven't got enough money for a start
She's lovely, whatever she is.
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She looks a large puppy so may a Dogue De Borfeaux cross.
I definitely see shar pei in there, crossed with perhaps a larger breed like an American bulldog.
A large breed is best not spayed until fully grown, which will be at least 15 months, more like 18. If they're spayed too young, the limb bones grow longer as the hormones that tell them when to stop have been removed. This makes cruciate ligament tears more likely, and also bone cancer. With their straight stifles, Shar Peis are already at higher risk of cruciate ligament injury.
I let my bitches have at least one season before spaying, usually more.
As a former Shar-Pei owner she's definitely part Pei.
As has been advised she shouldn't be spayed until after her second season (around 13 months old).
Feed her a good quality grain free ADULT not puppy food, and keep a check on her eyes for entropion and her ears, because Pei have short ear canals and with their tiny ivy leaf shaped ears are prone to infections.
Thankyou for all your reply’s! She my beautiful big baby. I can’t wait to see how she grows up. All your reply’s have been amazing and I won’t be getting her spayed until older now. She loves her food. We just been to vets and now weighing 10.4kg! Super proud of the amazing puppy she is!
Loving the food could be the staffy in her. Mine is always hungry good luck with your pup
I definitely see bully breed in there, but there is something distinctly pei about her! She's very cute, have fun with her!
This photo of her squishy face can't possibly be the face of anything other than a Pei!