Gunnar and his siblings were dumped on a country road in East Texas, so we really have no idea what breeds he might be. He looks like an Akbash, but he's smaller than we would expect an Akbash of this age to be. Maybe he's mixed with a Lab or something that we haven't even thought of - it's impossible to know unless we do a DNA test. If you would like to donate a DNA test so we can find out, you'll find them on our Amazon Wish List. :)
Gunnar was (and still is) the smallest of the puppies in this little family. He is quieter than her rowdy siblings Katie and Brady. Gunnar is playful but not wild and crazy like his siblings. He likes playing in the little blue wading pool, but he's not obsessed with the water the way his sister is. It might be fair to say that Gunnar is the easiest of these pups to manage -- he doesn't rush through every open gate, nor does he try to hog all the kibble as his sister Katie does sometimes. If you would like to enjoy watching a puppy grow and blossom, but you're not sure you have the energy for chase after a little Tasmanian Devil dog, then Gunnar could be the pup for you.
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