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Am I a Kelpie?

Doug WidmanDoug Widman Posts: 2Member
edited 31 January, 2014 in Australian Kelpie
Sorry for posting yet another one of these, but I think I am a Kelpie and here in the States it is NOT easy to know for sure. I was adopted from a home that couldn't handle me, and I'm so happy where I am now! I sure do look a lot like the pictures I see of Kelpies, but would love some opinions. Thanks!

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  • OzfozzOzfozz OshawaPosts: 9,366Member ✭✭
    edited 2 January, 2014
    I see a lot of similarities between Layla and Rigby. Not that I can confirm Rigby is a kelpie either, but I think it's safe to say she's at least part :) How big is Layla?
  • Doug WidmanDoug Widman Posts: 2Member
    edited 10 January, 2014
    She is about 1.5 feet tall at the shoulders, and weighs about 45lbs. From what I have read this is on the larger side for a kelpie, but still within the range.
  • Anthony BigongiariAnthony Bigongiari Posts: 1Member
    edited 31 January, 2014
    If she isn't a Kelpie, I will eat my hat.
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