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Like the Newfoundland, the Portuguese Water Dog’s webbed feet are built for swimming, but the breed isn’t as bulky or wooly as the Newfoundland. My dogs toes are webbed a little bit, it's also a black mouth cur trait, which is exactly what he looks and acts like. Originally Posted by murnah All dogs toes are connected with a webbed piece of skin just like human fingers. These feet have more prominent webbing,compared to my rottie which it barely goes past the knuckles.
Originally Posted by Foresthound Here's a photo I got of Raggy,I consider it a more typical webbing. You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are On [IMG] code is On HTML code is OffTrackbacks are On Pingbacks are On Refbacks are On All times are GMT -5.
If you’ve ever taken a closer look at your dogs feet, you’ll notice that they have lots of features that make them unique. European hunting dogs worked for Europe, but in the American South the terrain was very different.
But I've seen it in Pit bulls with very webbed feet which makes me think it can pop up in any breed.

From overall size to nail length to toe placement, your pups paws are the product of a long line of ancestors. They were very carefully mixed with other breeds to have a thick coat, a great nose, and a loyal disposition. One of the things you may not have looked for before is whether or not your dog has webbed feet. And, of course, they have thick, webbed paws and the longest toes of any breed that let them tear through the water.
She weighs 160 lbs and has webbed feet so people are telling us that she's at least part Newfoundland. Webbed feet aren’t all that uncommon in dogs, and they’ve intentionally been bred into some pups.
They also use those paws to swim in a unique way, with a down-and-out motion, rather than an ordinary dog paddle. They’re fearless, able to intimidate alligators, black bears, or cougars, and relentless so they can keep raccoons in trees until a hunter arrives. However, she looks EXACTLY like all of photos of purebred Great Pyrenees and has the double dewclaws on her back feet so I'm wondering if a Great Pyrenees can be that big and have webbed feet without being part Newfie.

You might recognize this kind of dog hanging out with the President of the United States of America, as Bo Obama has been leaving his webbed paw prints all over the White House for years. They also had webbed feet, which let them doggedly pursue their prey, even through the swamps. Their feet may be small, but the webbing in their toes helps them move lots of dirt, letting them dig around for all sorts of small game. You may recognize them from the book Where the Red Fern Grows, which probably made you cry unless you have a heart of stone. They were also used in the American West to hunt prairie dogs, which were pests for farmers.

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