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Which one of these is a Dutch Shepherd? Can you tell?

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Hmm... hard choice... wait! Is that a tug!! That's gotta be a dutchie, always mouthing something!
Too bad choice A isn't really a dog....even though about 98% of the people that i happen to stumble into a discussion about it thinks it is!
 

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I finally saw live, moving hyenas at a zoo last month. Never had seen them before. They are a lot creepier and bigger in real life. Heads the size of huge frozen turkeys, all jaw muscles. Definitely a form follows function animal.

I guess they have about the hardest measured bite of land animals? I don't know how much stock you put in that kind of thing, some deal on Discovery Channel or whatever had it last month. Sensors measured it a few factors beyond shepherds, pits...I think Alligator Snappers had the hardest bites. Which I accept completely, they're a mess of chomp.

Same zoo also had Cape Hunting Dogs getting fed. That was neat. Now that I think about it, a Dutch kinda-sorta reminds me a of a hunting dog somehow.
 

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Mike Schoonbrood said:
Woody Taylor said:
Same zoo also had Cape Hunting Dogs getting fed. That was neat. Now that I think about it, a Dutch kinda-sorta reminds me a of a hunting dog somehow.


Yeah, except for the satellite dishes glued to his head and the odd coloring, I can kinda see a dutchie in that LOL.
I meant similar in the "ass-ugly" sense. ;-)
 
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