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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    I personally don't see any Stafford in him, i see a cattle mixed with some terrier type, he's a cutie tho
    Same here, no idea where Staffy came from? I see kelpie too.

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    i defiently see fox terrier in him, trust me, for a 13 yr old dog he's got A LOT of energy and still jumps to greet you! I met a breeder once at dog training, not that Rex was trained lol but he said no matter how much you train a foxi they'll always be crazy dogs haha.. so true!

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    Sorry organicsab, it is too difficult for me to see him clearly from that photo.

    Can you tell me where your other photos of him are placed, so I can have a look?

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    Quote Originally Posted by organicsab View Post
    When we got Rex 13 yrs ago from the pound they told us he was cattle x mini foxi, we took Rex to the vet today and he reckons Rex has staffy in him. He defiently has fox terrier in him, and he has marking on his legs of cattle dog, but the vet was so certain he must have staffy in him. how can i tell if he does?
    I don't see the SBT connection...sorry

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    Does it matter what he has? To be honest, it is damn near impossble to give an accurate idea on mixes. I have personally seen the results of several cross bred dogs over the years that look like another breed altogether, and that is even when I know what the parents were.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    oh nah it doesnt actually matter, just curious as to what yous all think, i dont see it either, but my nieces told me their dad's staffies are very wingey dogs and so is Rex, but i honestly dont care what breed he is, he's just Rex to me!

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    I'd be inclined to guess Koolie. But I'm no expert.

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