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The results are in, and I’m proud to announce that Molly is a great American mini-mutt! I would have bet a bag of dog treats that Chihuahua would show up in Molly’s heritage. However, there were no results for her primary and secondary breeds, which means her parents were mutts …

Everyone 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 …

We adopted Pepper 11 years ago from the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm in Fairport, NY, and have been blessed to have her as a member of our family. We couldn’t have asked for a sweeter, kinder, more loving dog to adopt. But not a day goes by that someone doesn’t ask me what breed Pepper is.

Thanks to everyone who guessed Haley’s heritage last week. Most of you agreed that Haley must be some mix of Husky or German Shepherd, Yellow Lab and American Staffordshire Terrier. The Canine Heritage Breed Test is back and the verdict is quite a surprise.Find out Haley’s results after the jump!

I want to thank everyone for their comments and guesses as to the breed of my dog, Alan. Many of you were on the right track: According the the Canine Heritage breed identification, there were no clear primary breeds (neither parent was a purebred) but they did identify Greyhound as …

I previously posted about my dog Alan, whom I adopted almost a year ago. As he has acclimated to family life, one thing has become clear: He’s a real character, with a personality as unique as his good looks. Whenever someone meets him, the conversation inevitably turns to speculation about …