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    I have no idea, but he's beautiful.

    Is there a reason it matters so much to you? You've got him now.

    I will ask this though, is that kennels etc set up in the background of the bitch? Are these people purposefully breeding these crosses?
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    He's a gorgeous dog!

    He's a beautiful crossbreed. He may be more of one breed than another, another dog may have gotten to the bitch. There are no guarantees when taking on a cross.

    If there was a reason his breed was so important then it would have been far wiser to go with a registered breeder and getting a papered purebred, because that way you have a guarantee of the breed.

    He really is stunning!

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    You have a beautiful boy there!
    I have no idea what he is, but when he is smiling his face almost looks like a staffy/amstaff, but not the ears of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    He's a gorgeous dog!

    He's a beautiful crossbreed. He may be more of one breed than another, another dog may have gotten to the bitch. There are no guarantees when taking on a cross.

    If there was a reason his breed was so important then it would have been far wiser to go with a registered breeder and getting a papered purebred, because that way you have a guarantee of the breed.

    He really is stunning!
    I got him because he was $150 and my family had just lost our wonderful dog of 14 years which was a similar breed (she was dumped in our front yard). I wasnt to fussed on a purebred dog.

    And thanks! Ive had one person say i shoudl show him, but he's still in crazy puppy mode haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemiannic View Post
    You have a beautiful boy there!
    I have no idea what he is, but when he is smiling his face almost looks like a staffy/amstaff, but not the ears of course.
    Thanks!!!

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    Only purebred dogs on Full Register can be shown at the breed shows held across the country.

    So I gather you mean obedience trial. Which is a wonderful sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackLexDog View Post
    I got him because he was $150 and my family had just lost our wonderful dog of 14 years which was a similar breed (she was dumped in our front yard). I wasnt to fussed on a purebred dog.

    And thanks! Ive had one person say i shoudl show him, but he's still in crazy puppy mode haha
    Please don't think I'm a cross hater or anything like that, my boy is a crossbreed too!

    You cannot show a cross breed dog. Period. They have to be purebred and registered with Main papers with the ANKC or state controlling body.

    I can understand why you want a cross, my boy is a rescue dog and I wouldn't change him for the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Please don't think I'm a cross hater or anything like that, my boy is a crossbreed too!

    You cannot show a cross breed dog. Period. They have to be purebred and registered with Main papers with the ANKC or state controlling body.

    I can understand why you want a cross, my boy is a rescue dog and I wouldn't change him for the world.
    Oh ok, sorry haha you can tell im new to this, he is the 1st dog ive bought for my self, so im still learning, dont i look foulish now.
    One other lady also offered to professional photographs for me for nothing. but he was still only a puppy at the time.

    Thanks for the heads up!!

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