I’m always surprised when someone looks at my dog and asks me what breed it is. Granted, the first dog I ever had was a Collie, and I had one other one after high school, so I’ve literally had Collies in my life longer than I haven’t, so I’m naturally biased.
But given the lingering popularity and familiarity with Lassie, I’d think anyone could recognize a full-blooded Collie when they see one.
There are some breeds that are harder to identify right off the top of one’s head. But which ones are the “no brainers” for you? That’s the topic of this week’s question!
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THIS WEEK’S QUESTION:
Name seven dog breeds that you’d have no trouble recognizing in a full-blooded adult dog.
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2. Golden Retreiver
3. German Shepherd
4. Labradore Retreiver
5. Cocker Spaniel
6. St. Bernard