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when i first saw the pic of the dog my guess was also Rhodesian Ridgeback from what i learned from watching DOGS 101 and the little bit i knew too just being the incurable dog lover that i am thats what he is, beautiful animal no matter what breed :)
Melissa Flagg says
Pamela Hutson says
I agree, I liked his idea too, and I think her tail looks a bit like an Akita, but I'm not sure. She's a beautiful dog too, very well built, you don't feel like your going to break her if you wrestle. Hence her name, Sekhmet, Lady of Strength.
lmao, you know sekhmet can see spirits, and is a bit telepathic. I like Egyptian tomb hound :D She's a very sweet puppy, we're more curious than anything.
I was just about to go read that article! I'm quite curious what herb(s) is being used!
Catherine Tally says
yes, and he wasn't sure lol, He though black mouth cur and wasn't sure what else. She does like to go after bears, which is what black mouth cur's were bred for.
My wife, Kat, the dog lover, says she sees Shar Pei mix and/or Basenji breed. How is her bark? The reason we ask is because the Basenji is a 'barkless' dog. They are more likely to communicate with yips and Grrrs than barks. Hope this helps.
She barks constantly actually. She has a very strong, menacing bark that scares even our landlord lol I thought she looked a bit Shar Pei as well.
I see some Shar-Pei too. You may never know her mix w/ certainty, but she is beautiful sure sounds like a wonderful girl :)
I'm sure we'll never know with certainty what her breed is, but it's fun to guess. She is a gorgeous dog, and VERY affectionate. Unfortunately, she has some anxiety issues due to prior mistreatment, but she's safe now. :D
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She's about 80lbs, no webbed feet, she ferociously goes after bears, she only has a ridge of fur when she's barking at a bear, and it's a distinctive ridge, never seen it quite that pronounced on a dog, VERY muscular, this dog is a powerhouse. :D
Possibly part Ridgeback. Not all have a line of fur that grows the opposite way, but when it stands up, it really shows. Ridgebacks are also known for not being completely pure. (floppy ears)
Cur comes to mind, too.
Lab maybe but not my 1st guess.
We actually suspect she'd at least part black mouth cur because of her reaction to bears (and we have quite a few). I didn't think about a ridgeback I'll have to pay attention next time her fur stands up! lol
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