Can You Guess This Dog’s Breed Based on One Picture?
Can you identify a dog breed just by its face, tail, or markings? Take this fun quiz and find out. We’ve even thrown in some crossbreeds and a mystery dog just to challenge you!
Ready for Movember!
This breed is always sporting a salt and pepper bristly beard accentuated by highly distinguished arched eyebrows. Although the salt and pepper coat is most recognizable, you may see this breed with a solid black coat. Here’s another clue it closely resembles its larger, standard size cousin.
The life of the party
What’s not to love about this super cute little nugget? It loves kids and strangers and has no problem socializing with other dogs. One side of the crossbreed is a family lineage with a penchant for wanderlust, while the other side of the family is known for snorting. But perhaps the most telling clue, according to Embark, a company that provides canine breed identification via DNA testing, is the floppy ears and short snout.
The Shaggy D.A.
Depending on your vintage, you may guess this one because you fondly remember Wilby, the canine with a law degree who starred in this Disney movie. Or you may just recognize this sweet and puffy gentle giant with a large rump and bear-like gait and still wonder how it can see anything with all that fur hiding its eyes.
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Teddy bear face
If there was a meter for the “oohs” and “aahs” this adorable and gregarious dog generates, it would be off the charts. The curly fur face and teddy bear eyes instantly remind you of a stuffed teddy bear. It’s so adorable and lovable, you’ll want to cuddle it like one, too.
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Mini golden doodle. These are the most popular names for the most popular breeds.
Can you guess this royal favorite with a foxy face? Other telltale hallmarks of this sweet and inquisitive breed are its short legs and long body. In fact, the docked tail may help you decipher which specific breed this is; its “cousin” looks very similar but doesn’t have a docked tail and has been around longer.
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