A.B.S: What does a papillon lab mix look like?
I may be getting a dog and its a mix of a papillon and a lab. I cant find any pictures of what they look like when they are adults, so if anyone has any I would love to take a look.
I have cancer and my stepmothers friend felt bad for me and wants to let me have one of her puppies to her lab and papillon.
I talked to the owner and she said she was surprised as well to see her papillon pregnant. It was an accident and now she must get rid of the puppies.
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Answer by More Bored Collie
Mutts are unpredictable.
If there were 10 pictures of different dogs of that mix, they could all look/act entirely different.
Answer by Agility
Very unlikely, unusual cross. I don't know what they would look like, but I'll bet my bottom dollar they'll be busy, busy, BUSY!!
Answer by PuppyDad
I have a lab/ pappy mix, he is coming up on 12 weeks old. Mom was yellow lab, dad black and white pappy. My puppy weighs 26 pounds and vet says he will be bigger than his mom (65 lbs). He looks for all intents and purposes like a black lab and sure acts like one. As soon as I get better phone I will post pics as he grows.
Answer by Lorraine
Who says it is a mix of a papillon and a lab, because to be honest I hardly believe it.
Yes it is possible if it is a b*tch lab that lays down to be mated but still difficult, and I sincerely hope some idiot didn't deliberately try and assist these two dogs getting together.
I doubt you'd find pictures as hopefully there are not too many around. You couldn't be sure of what they will turn out like anyway being such a mix.
Add on — that is just awful that you have cancer and all that that entails, but doesn't this mean that you are going to find raising a puppy very difficult at the moment with all that that entails…hard work.
Personally I would never take on a puppy if I was in ill health. They take a lot of work.
Answer by Still Can't Thi
It depends; mutts are unpredictable. If you're adopting, good job! If you're getting this mutt from a breeder, back away, instead of supporting the unethical "designer dog" industry.
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