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So we just got this little guy and already love him to death. Feel like his snout is extra long though. What do you guys think, is he more of a different breed with a little Pit or is it normal? Brown Dog Wood Fawn Carnivore
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Welcome to GoPitBull BDS! Looks like a bully mix of some sort. Without knowing his lineage it is impossible to know for certain what the mix is. He is, without a doubt, a great looking boy. What did you name him?

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Thanks for the info. We’ll have to look at doing a lineage test for sure. My son named him Buddy. He’s a great puppy,9 weeks old. We’re very surprised with how well he’s adapting to the move. We’re a little worried about him and our cats but we’re doing the best we can to get everyone used to each other.
 

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Your pup looks literally identical to my Red Nose Pit. She was a rescue and we said the same thing about her when we brought her home. We thought she might be a Whippet/ Pit bull mix because she was so thin, wiry and had the same ears as Buddy and her spine was evident. And none of the other dogs could catch up to her. We had her DNA done for fun, because we were already in love but we like to spend our relatively small amount of money so...she is a American Pit Bull Terrier mostly and American Staffordshire Terrier. I think the Am Staff may account for the longer nose. I'm new here so I have to post some pics of her still and I hope you will view them because I'm pretty sure they are the same type of PB. Ember has gold eyes. Does Buddy? And she is amazing and wonderful, incredibly intelligent. Important for me was to socialize her, as everywhere we go, everybody, male, female, old and young want to pat her. You may find this with Buddy! She has also gained 12 lbs so no more spine showing but still seeing ribs, which is actually a good thing. She is about 50 lbs now. Best of luck and hope this info helps.
 

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Thanks for the info. We’ll have to look at doing a lineage test for sure. My son named him Buddy. He’s a great puppy,9 weeks old. We’re very surprised with how well he’s adapting to the move. We’re a little worried about him and our cats but we’re doing the best we can to get everyone used to each other.
Buddy is a great name and I'm sure they will be buds. Thanks for reply BDS.

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