What Breed is My Puppy? | How to Identify Your Dog’s Breed
If you’ve just gotten a new pup and aren’t quite sure what breed it is, you may be questioning the various methods of figuring out what breed your puppy is?
Luckily, dogs are pretty evident in their genetics, and you would just have to spot one or two traits before establishing just which breed your canine friend belongs to.
1. Use Technology
Thanks to the improvement of cameras and recent app software, many apps online will help you figure out more or less which breed your dog is from a single picture.
2. Look at Breed Pictures
There are a few common traits among dogs; some dogs look like bears, or they may just be big, white, and fluffy.
3. Speak to Your Vet
They’ll at least be able to look at certain distinct features in your dog and will be able to tell you whether or not your dog is a mixed breed or purebred.
4. Compare Behavioural Traits
Observing your dog’s behavior can also help you figure out which personality traits are most robust and can help you figure out more about its breed.
5. Keep Your Eye on Physical Features
Whether you’re new to the dog scene or have been watching their adorable faces for years, certain physical features are pretty standard, specifically among common breeds.
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