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What Is My Australian Shepherd Mixed With?

by Dennisa Booth
(Richmond, VA, USA)

Trying to figure it out. He's 2 years old and we just rescued him! Photos above.

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Aussie/Scottish Collie
by: Anonymous

She really looks like Australian Shepherd and Scottish Collie mixed. Look them up and you will see how much they look alike.

Aussie Mix
by: Anonymous

We have a pup that looks very much like yours and had the wisdom panel done and she is mixed with Labrador. She just turned one and weighs about 43 pounds.

Looks just like my aussie
by: Anonymous

Only mine has a cropped tail. The rescue said he came from an Amish puppy mill situation. I'm not sure if he is mixed with anything but I want to do the DNA test anyway.

Australian Mix
by: Marlene

Your dog could be mixed with a Labrador. Looks quite similar to our dog's sibling. (Our pup has shorter hair like a lab.) we had DNA done.)

Any Guesses?
by: D

Thanks for the reply! I just was curious if anyone here had a guess instead of paying for the test quite yet.

Could be border collie
by: Anonymous

This dog could be mixed with border collie. Also Google Farm Collie and Old Time Scotch Collie Association.

You can easily get a DNA test done to know for sure...
by: Anton

It's easy to do with the Wisdom Panel Dog DNA Kit. Basically, you collect samples from inside your dog's cheek, mail back the postage-paid envelope and find out your dog's ancestry. The results are e-mailed to you within 2-3 weeks.

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