what size do adult dogs become when they are a mix of begal lab and pug
I have a dog that is a mix breed told it is a lab pug and begal mix. how big will he get?
It will vary, as your breeding a small dog and a medium/large dog. First off, it's not safe as there is such a size difference. The dogs could be anywhere from 20 to 65 pounds on average, as there are genes for the lab sized dogs.
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