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If his hair was rough before you shaved it, then I would say there is some terrier in there. Are you in the UK? If so then probably Jack Russell. It is quite a common cross and a lovely mix. I know a few 'Jackahuahuas' and they seem to inherit the best parts of both breeds. Yorkie x Chi mixes are also quite common.
But if he has a coat problem, it could be that making his coat look rough. Very cute pup though either way.
 

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Looks a terrier mix to me.

Oh, and mixing a long coat chi and a short coat does NOT create an intermediate coat. Thats genetically impossible. They will be long or short, not in between.
 

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Looks a terrier mix to me.

Oh, and mixing a long coat chi and a short coat does NOT create an intermediate coat. Thats genetically impossible. They will be long or short, not in between.
I didn't mean that the dog would have intermediate coat I just meant. If the dog has a long coat and it was shaved but it wasn't a very good shave job it could explain the random hair here and there
 

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hmmm well he does look from the fur around the mouth like a terrier as tillie has that and she is part yorkshire terrier . also it pets at home you can get a DNA test for dogs so maybe that would help you out? :Wisdom Panel Insights Dog DNA Test (Online Only) | Pets at Home , its £60 and online only but if it would put your mind at rest i guess it wouldnt be too bad? good luck! x
 

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I don't think it is a full chi. And if it is a full chi it doesn't match the breed standards.

More likely to be a cross between a pincher and a chi...
 
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