Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Southern Colorado
Not really sure we could help by looking at pictures, but he is a cutie. I would agree with Candandy as far as possible DNA testing goes if you are seriously curious. When he matures a bit, sheds out etc (I would expect around 2 1/2 to 3 years old) your vet might have a better clue as far as judgment by bone structure, the shape/carriage of his head, and the way he carries himself. Not sure whether I gave any advice or just carried on, but again he is quite a cutie and kudos to you for rescuing a youngin and giving him a new and forever home like he deserves ^^ God Bless!
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