What’s That Mutt?: Is Molly a jumping Jack or a pouncing Papillon?

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MuttMollyHEAD.jpgEveryone stops to ask “What is she?” when Molly goes for a romp in the dog park. She is an 11-lb. bouncy blonde with pantaloons, a fluff of a tail she holds high, and crooked, wispy ears.

Since Molly is a determined little digger, her pregnant owner worried she would get loose and get hurt once the owner was unable to keep a constant eye on her. The owner didn’t want to burden the local shelter, so went looking for a new home for Molly. That’s when Molly came to me.


People have suggested she’s mixed with everything from long-haired Chihuahua to Papillon to Lhasa Apso.
She’s a Jack
Russell
-type mouser in the tall grass of my farm fields, but acts
like a mom to four-week-old foster kittens and wrestles gently with my
pet cats.

I was glad to have the opportunity to have her screened with the donated
Canine Heritage Breed Test so I would have something to offer her many
admirers. What do you think Molly’s background might be?

Previous
What’s That Mutt? entries:

Pepper
has the coloring of a Keeshond and …


Results: The
origins of Pepper’s soulful eyes are revealed!

Chewy:
Tripod Chewy gets a DNA test. Can you guess the results?

Results:
Chewy’s
DNA-test results are in!

Haley:
Is that a splash of Shepherd or a hidden Husky?

Results: Who
knew? Haley is no Husky!

canine-heritage.gifThanks to our partner Canine Heritage for donating Molly’s breed test.
For more information on how to test your dog’s DNA, visit the Canine
Heritage Web site
.


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