|Barked: Thu May 9, '13 4:42pm PST |
|Here in Wyoming that's exactly how they come to be! I have a five year old female named Melba. It is really interesting to watch the traits of both breeds show themselves. Melba is a rugged, healthy dog. She likes people and has almost always been good with other dogs. Something seemed to get conflicted in her for a while and she would have sudden, aggressive outbursts toward our elderly female Golden. After much worry my wife had the great idea to ask the vet about an anti anxiety medicine. They settled on Paxil. The fix was absolutely immediate. So now Melba gets her Paxil each morning and life is totally peaceful.
I do agree that the cross involves two distinctly different breeds and therefore the outcome is uncertain until the dog matures. They are two strong breeds but Melba is a beautiful, graceful dog and as loving as she can be. This cross would make a crazy apartment or urban dog, but if you have some room, I think they are great.
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