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    Well if they had of put either all puppies or all grown dogs up, it may have been easier to spot.
    I got it third guess, but only because none of the other ones looked at all like an APBT.
    Being a puppy threw me.

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    Same
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    Well if they had of put either all puppies or all grown dogs up, it may have been easier to spot.
    I got it third guess, but only because none of the other ones looked at all like an APBT.
    Being a puppy threw me.
    sorry but from what i see, that is a full grown adult APBT - one of the few perfect examples of the breed

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    Most of the other dogs people picked were still bred for fighting though.....So you all picked a "type" of dog (don't shoot me down in flames) And a lot of those dogs come from similar lines if you go back far enough in their breed history.
    Pets are forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    sorry but from what i see, that is a full grown adult APBT - one of the few perfect examples of the breed
    Looks like a pup to me

    I agree with Newsfie also, many of the other breeds have lineage in them that are in the APBT.

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    A few paranoid parents are trying to get all dogs banned from the community oval next to my nearest primary school. The council dog control management officer says there have been four reports of a savage pitbull being set on the school kids in the playground (on council land not school property).

    I talked to one of the school parents on Friday - who also happens to have a very gorgeous but somewhat timid Golden Retriever who can be fear aggressive. She said she saw the parent in question yellling at an old bloke with a very small SBT. Ie about half the size of an AMStaff (which is similar in appearance to a pitbull).

    I find it nasty that parents are freaking out their kids about dogs. Not all dogs are bad. Not all strangers are bad...

  7. #37

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    awesome site only 2 possibles 7 and 16 (the real 1) my previuos dog looked alot like 7 but he was a mixed breed

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    i picked 16
    but only coz ive known one
    and im a sucker for bully breeds

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    moby.jpg
    hope this works its a pic of my previous dog mixed breed

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    I got it on my 3rd attempt..

    Labradors are commonly confused for pits?? I don't really know why, they look nothing alike lol

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