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      3 months upright ears?

      Hi guys,

      My puppy JJ is 12weeks old now and im wondering why her ears is like this

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      When shes 8 weeks old her ears is normal but now its upright. she is a pure black labrador without any color marks and web paws

      do you think is normal ? or shes cross breed?

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      Labrador puppies are born with their ears folded down and their ears stay down. I don't see lab in the puppy in the picture. Looks like a shepherd mix to me. She is still very cute but I don't think she's 100% labrador.

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      I've seen ears go a bit wonky during teething, but my guess is that this pup is NOT a purebred lab.

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      She looks more shepherd to me. None the less, she is adorable!

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      That's definitely not a Labrador. Ears, face, and body from what I can see is not Labrador. Probably a shepherd mix like everyone is saying

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      is it posible that a labrador mix is still pure black?

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      Quote Originally Posted by jovzaquino View Post
      is it posible that a labrador mix is still pure black?
      Sure, there are pure black German Shepards. Just look at this google search black german shepherd - Google Search

      That's definitely not a pure Labrador though sorry to say, but she is definitely a cute dog and I am sure she will be just as loving to you forever and welcome to the forums.

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      Thanks for the info!

      its okay i still love her even if shes pure or not. i just want to know because i want to understand her thinking as a dog.

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      Actually a search on Purebread German Sheperd puppies gets you a lot of results similar to your pup.

      Your pup may actually be pure German Sheperd, but I am guessing a mix of some sort. Did you meet the parents of the pup? They should have been pure Labradors and they would not have had ears sticking up.


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      and btw guys this is what she looks like when shes 8weeks old

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