Not sure what breed my two babies are

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  1. Feb 13, 2018 #1

    Cookiemonster

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    this is the female... I am unsure of her breed but know she has lop in her... Sometimes her ears are up and sometimes down..

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    this is the male

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  3. Feb 14, 2018 #3

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    Ages and weight might help a little, but nothing is certain. One of our rescues was supposedly a full grown English spot mix. Turned out to be a pure Checkered Giant and she tripled in weight and size to almost 20 pounds.
     
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    they are both a year old. they weigh about 6-8 pounds
     
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    Neither have really identifying features. If you think lop maybe mini lop mixes. The weights would be right as mini lops max at 6.5lbs. I think that’s really the only breed I would suggest at least for your girl.
     

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