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Wednesday, January 18 2012

  Who does this look like? 


 And this?  


Look like someone we know???


I received these pics from Dear Reader Melody in Oklahoma who, like some of the rest of us, had a few questions about Briar's DNA test results.  (read: Who's Ya Daddy? ) After looking at pictures of Melody's dogs I'm certainly ready to believe that the rancher we bought Briar from was correct - her mother was a Komondor and her father was a Great Pyrenees.

Here is Melody's note:

Hoity toidy DNA test be damned. I'd bet Briar is a Kom/Pyr cross; this is a picture of my own late, great Kom/Pyr cross "Raggedy Ann" with grandson Jacob.
I've had two other Kom/Pyr crosses, (the dog on the right was General, the one I wrote you about that my *other* dogs rolled in as a way of paying their respects.) It's been my experience that the crossbreeds might have some cording on their tail, but as a rule they don't grow dreadlocks. The coat is variable, but the face is decidedly "wolfhoundish" as far as whiskers and beard and soulful eyes.

All the best,


meanwhile, back @ the farm...

"Whiskers and beard and soulful eyes" 

That pretty much describes someone I know!

Posted by: forensicfarmgirl AT 11:20 am   |  Permalink   |  1 Comment  |  Email
It is good to know that THe Creator made more than just one because everyone needs at least one of these very unique and marvelous creatures. What joy they bring into lives while saving lives. Need to post a hotline number for puppies!
Posted by Sue in Wyoming on 01/20/2012 - 09:19 AM

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