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Old 03-01-2012, 06:07 PM   #28 (permalink)
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no such thing as a pitty.. that just perpetuates the ignorance behind the term "pit bull"

... If you don't have papers your dog is simply a bulldog or bullterrier or bandog .. these are function breeds. ALL dogs that strain from the fighting pit are considered PIT BULL type dogs by several entities.

I see you all have a bulldog.. all those are bulldogs nothing more nothing less. If they were over 80lbs bandogs and if they were high end and snipey they would be more terrier.. The last pic however is a bulldog (apbt) Lab mix .. at least it has all the characteristics.

How much pit .. ?? does it have pit ??? with out papers and consistency of bloodlines in the ped there is no way to determine how much it does have of what let alone legitimate American Pit Bull Terrier aka game bred bulldog blood in them.

Shelter dog, adoption dog, .. Bulldog, or Bullterrier or add the word mix; you would not be lying and would most be most appropriate in these situations because the dogs are named for their function. Keep it simple.

Vets show they lack breed knowledge everyday.. Some vets are really good with breeds and behavior, most just go through the motions.
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