Dog of the Day: Unknown Bear/Pony Cross

Someone help me out here. I don’t have a lot of guesses. Maybe a Newfie mix? (But no sag!) An akita, or maybe malamute? (But those ears!)

Edit: Hmm… could this be a trimmed Caucasian shepherd?

Large Grey-and-White Dog of Unknown Breed

Whatever she is, I’m captivated.

Large Grey and White Dog of Unknown Breed

Hmm. Saint Bernard or Bernese Mountain Dog mixed with Akita, Malamute, or Husky? I think that might be my final offer.

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14 Responses to Dog of the Day: Unknown Bear/Pony Cross

  1. Rose Marie says:

    Maybe a Great Pyrenees mix – with a Welsh Mountain pony perhaps?

  2. lambeau says:

    Pyrennean Mastiff/Newfie mix? That is an amazing looking dog

  3. pg jacobsen says:

    great pyrenees mix with an australian sheepdog, keeping the size down, just like we have one, just ours has some brown where this has black

    • Adam Lang says:

      Hmm, interesting! Do you have any pictures? I’d love to see.

      • Sherri says:

        Did you ever find out what breed he/she is?
        I’ve got a grey/white/brown with a touch of black Malamute x Newfoundland, that’s got the same head/ears & body shape as this one.
        Hope this helped you 🙂

        • Adam Lang says:

          I didn’t! That’s certainly a possible combination.

          Are there any pictures of your pup online? I’d love a link if you have one.

  4. andrea says:

    it looks like an Caucasian ovcharka x akita.

  5. Metin says:

    This is a Great Pyrenees mix with Alaskan malamute.

    I hade one exactly the same , except longer hair.

  6. sauk6565 says:

    She could be a pure Great Pyrenees. They can have colors other than white in their coats, especially around the ears and head. The colors can be quite dark… saw some with dark cinnamon ears when we were in Europe. Colors other than white don’t disqualify them from the ring unless the color cover more than a third of their body. She definitely has a Pyrenees face! So stunning!

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