He's a handsome little fellow. I must say, though, that unless you received papers on your pup from a registry like the ADBA, or UKC, then unfortunately you'll never if he's mixed or purebred. All that matters is you've taken on a new responsibility and now have another life to think about other than your own. Please enjoy him as a pup, and make sure to put in the time and effort to train and socialize him to the best of your ability so that you don't set him up for failure.
yea he's a great puppy had since.he was four weeks. didn't wanna take him so young but owner didn't look aanybetter having outside so I took him in but as a first pet full breed or not didn't matter just wish I knew.
thanks for the replies BTW guys
lol one eye Willy . can someone tell me what's the difference with ukc and akc kennel club about?. I was told it was the breed on ur dog whether it qualify for ukc or akc but how can you determine on a dog. stupid question but I'm a beginner with dog breeds etc and probably would like to have my own kennel someday