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Old 06-25-2012, 04:21 PM
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I saw one similar to this on another forum and thought it looked fun.
You pic 5 dogs you want pictures of and the next poster puts them and then they ask for 5 more. Pretty generic yes? *BUT* you dont put just a breed you can get as descriptive as you like minus making it impossible.


Find me a...

1. Tri-colored- Catahoula

2. Pashmi- Caravan Hound

3. Black brindle- Fila

4. Bonemouth- Shar-Pei

5. Ring titled titled- American Bulldog
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Old 06-26-2012, 02:25 AM
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Ohh, I like this! Here we go...

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(Courtesy of Diablo Catahoulas)

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5. Do you mean like Schutzhund?

ETA - OOPS! I didn't know that last one was so huge. Sorry!

Okay, and my five are...

1. Black smooth Saluki (no tan points, but can have white on the chest)

2. Any dog with markings like a Siamese cat (can I do that? lol)

3. Black and tan Patterdale terrier

4. Uncorded Komondor

5. Silver fox Portuguese Water dog

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Old 06-26-2012, 02:52 PM
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2. Any dog with markings like a Siamese cat (can I do that? lol)


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In many species, such as cats, rabbits, mice and cattle, there is a mutation that causes a temperature sensitive loss of pigmentation in the warm parts of the body. The dog at the left looks like the dog equivalent of a chocolate point Siamese cat. He was apparently found as a pup on the streets of Russia, but then disappeared again. It would have been interesting to study its tyrosinase sequence.

To date no mutations affecting dog coat colors have been found in the coding sequence of Tyrosinase, the typical gene associated with the C locus in most other species.
http://homepage.usask.ca/~schmutz/dilutions.html
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Old 06-27-2012, 03:24 AM
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^ that's the only one I've seen, too!
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:24 PM
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1. Black smooth Saluki (no tan points, but can have white on the chest) (This is not easy to find..heh)


2. Any dog with markings like a Siamese cat (can I do that? lol)


3. Black and tan Patterdale terrier


4. Uncorded Komondor


5. Silver fox Portuguese Water dog
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Old 06-27-2012, 10:28 PM
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1. Chocolate ACD
2. Lilac Border Collie with prick ears
3. Anything hairless other than a crested
4. Long Haired Weim
5. Non herding breed herding
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1. Merle Poodle
2. a dog that looks like donald trump (LOL)
3. a cocker spaniel with a tail that is not docked
4. a dark sable sheltie with no white blaze
5. Corgi doing Schutzhund
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Old 06-27-2012, 11:12 PM
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I see your Rottweiller and raise you...

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Mine are going to be soooo hard. LOL!

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4.
(That one was a little challenging!)

5.

Ok, I want-

1. An Australian Red (EE Red/Gold/Yellow & White) Border Collie with a Dual Championship. (this may be hard, I honestly do not know of one)

2. A Pug with a MACH

3. A Sable Merle sheltie

4. A Dual Champion (in any breed!) who has also won Best of Breed at Westminster

5. A non-working breed doing Weight Pulling
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Old 06-28-2012, 03:08 AM
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1. Black smooth Saluki (no tan points, but can have white on the chest) (This is not easy to find..heh)


3. Black and tan Patterdale terrier


That definitely doesn't look like a Saluki lol Maybe a COO Saluki, since their breed description is a lot looser than AKC's... but I still have my doubts.

I know a litter of black Salukis, so I was curious to see if one of them would end up being the result of that search LOL

And I'm really not convinced that is a Patterdale... lol
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