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Are samoyeds good with cats


Are samoyeds good with cats?

I would like to get a Samoyed and I know that they are not good with cats, but I also know they are good with dogs and other things, not as good as a purebred, but I want something pretty. I would also like one with spots. Do they have enough spots or are they normal looking?

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I would like to get a Samoyed and I know that they are not good with cats, but I also know they are good with dogs and other things, not as good as a purebred, but I want something pretty. I would also like one with spots. Do they have enough spots or are they normal looking?

If you really want a Samoyed, why not look at the Samoyed breeding clubs and ask for a recommendation from them.

If you have any questions about the breed, they're a great breed, no matter what type of coat you like.

Most of the time, I think you'll find that Samoyeds with spots are rare. But most spots will blend out as they mature, so in my opinion, I wouldn't really go by this. My Samoyed is in her early teens and has 2 spots on each leg and 2 spots on each foot. The spots are still very light in color. The spots are still very white, so I don't think they will fade at all. My Samoyed also has two spots on each ear and the spots are still very light.

Thanks for the replies. I was wondering if you could help me with my other question. Do they have enough spots or are they normal looking?

Yes, many have enough spots to pass as normal. Just depends on the individual dog, I guess. As far as color goes, I also have a dog with spots and they are the lightest white color ever. The spots are sort of almost white on the lighter dogs, but darker on my dog. Most of the time, you'll find this, but it really depends on the individual dog.

I just went to a Samoyed breeding club website and they had an image of their current breeding stock. They didn't have any Samoyeds with spots, but they did say that they have about 20% with spots. However, there were no dogs with spots under a year of age, so I'm wondering if this means that they don't have enough dogs with spots or that it is just too early to know? They also said they do not sell dogs in the color of the spots. My girl is mostly white, but has a few black markings around her face and a black patch on her shoulder. Her spots are very light but do seem to be darker on her head, which could be the result of her coat being slightly wet because of rain or play.

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