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purebred german shepherd ?

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Barked: Thu Sep 19, '13 10:46am PST 
Rescued a "purebred" german shepherd last dec. Best dog ever looks like a purebred but from the pictures do you all think he could be mixed with something elese? Just curious to help aid in training.
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UCH Onyx TT,- CGC

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Barked: Sun Sep 22, '13 12:46am PST 
My guess from the pictures would be that he's purebred. He's a good looking boy puppy
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Sam

My Sammi
 
 
Barked: Thu Sep 26, '13 2:51pm PST 
Looks good to me! Handsome fellow, he is! As far as training; train the dog, the breed will follow-even if there is something else in him. In reality, though, he will probably do a lot more to train you than you will to train him! It's a partnership...and looks like a good one! Best wishes, and God bless you for rescuing!!! wishes

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BUBBLES

MY MOMMIES BABY
 
 
Barked: Tue Oct 8, '13 6:39am PST 
I ALSO RECENTLY ADAOPTED A "PUREBREED" (NOT THAT IM SURE,OPINIONS WELCOME) FROM A BREEDER, SHE IS 7 MONTHS AND I WASS TOLD SHE WAS THE RUNT OF THE LITTER SO NO ONE WANTED HER. SHE WAS SO UNDERFED AND SKITTISH. NOW SHE IS LOOKING BETTER AND MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE. AND IS THE MOST LOVEING PET cloud 9 I TRAIN HER WITH MY ROTTWEILER. IT HELPS HER TO SEE TAMMIE PERFORM THE COMMANDS SO SHE RECONIZES THE VERBAL INSTRUCTION
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