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Old 04-10-2010, 06:51 AM
 
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He really looks like my daughter's Staffie, Jai. And very close to the same age.

Although His muzzle is a bit more pointed.

I saw her pics in some of your other posts...she is just GORGEOUS!!! I love her color, and those ears...omg! My little man does seem to have a bit of a slimmer face than miss Jai, but I do see some of the same features.

I'm guessing my vet thinks he's all Pit...either that or they just have to fill out the rabies vacc. certificate that way. My other dog is a Lab/Shep mix, and that's what it says on her rabies certificate, but when I looked at his yesterday, it just lists him a Pitbull. Maybe that's because I couldn't tell her what he's mixex WITH though...who knows. Oh well!
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Old 04-10-2010, 06:54 AM
 
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Here's another pic I took this morning when he was refusing to come downstairs and socialize with us! lol
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Old 04-10-2010, 07:04 AM
 
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Could be pit, c/b lab, hard to tell from the pic, is he large for his age?, with his ears and paws and coloring, it almost looks like he c/h some Great Dane in him but it's hard to tell just yet as he's prob. still kind of young. Did you see either parent? Cute pup, congrats on your new addition.

I did see the father, who is a very good looking man! He was reverse brindle and white, pretty large. She said that mom was blue, but she wasn't there.

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Old 04-10-2010, 07:10 AM
 
Location: California
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Here's another pic I took this morning when he was refusing to come downstairs and socialize with us! lol

Gosh, he is a cutie. Love the way he tilts his head...I'm guessing he should turn out to be a tad heavier this Miss Jai...It will be fun to compare pics as they grow!
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Old 04-10-2010, 08:37 AM
 
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This is Denver. He's a Pit (mix, I think). The woman I got him from said he's all Pit...but I'm not so sure. If he looks like a mix to you, what would you say?
I see lab in this photo

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He really looks like my daughter's Staffie, Jai. And very close to the same age.

Although His muzzle is a bit more pointed.
And this one looks more toward the Boston Terrier breed:

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Old 04-10-2010, 09:42 AM
 
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His legs seem a little long, but I kind of figure he'll grow into them a little more. His body size seems to be about right for Pit, he's not long, but not short bodied either, so we'll see. Either way, I just love him to pieces!!
Dakota was long and lanky looking till I switched his foods then the rest of his body caught up, although Dakota is about an inch and a half I think it was too tall for standard.
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Old 04-10-2010, 10:32 AM
 
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Dakota was long and lanky looking till I switched his foods then the rest of his body caught up, although Dakota is about an inch and a half I think it was too tall for standard.
WOW.... that is one TINY dog......
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Old 04-10-2010, 12:21 PM
 
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Dakota was long and lanky looking till I switched his foods then the rest of his body caught up, although Dakota is about an inch and a half I think it was too tall for standard.

Looked at his pics...he's a great looking dog! He has very similar markings to my little man! I hope he grows up to be that handsome!! What food did you switch him to that helped so much with his development?
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