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    Default Please Help to Identify Her Breed

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    I'm tempted to say Pit Bull x Great Dane or possibly Labrador.

    Her body is definitely Pit, but there's something about her face...

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    Doberman X.
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    Just going by size and the sheer broadness, I'd say Dane x Dobermann. I don't see any staffy in there...


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    The only reason I don't say pure Dobe is because compared to the American Bulldog beside her, she doesn't seem that big. As for the colour being pure black, obviously doesn't meet standards, but its possible.
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    Way too chunky for a purebred Dobe? They tend to have a broad chest and a tucked stomach like a greyhound. I can't decide what the ears are, though. Staffy?

    Here's a Dobe/Dane mix from a rescue:
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    American bulldog is 8 months old...
    The black dog is 18 months old around 35 KG and no way she is pure breed doberman. She is probably size of a female doberman. Male doberman is bigger than her. I have had her next to a male doberman. Her body was as wide as a male doberman but wasn't as tall as a male doberman. This has been really helpfull to me please keep your thoughts coming. not sure who mentioned labradore, but she brings the ball back and drops it at my feet, and she was never trained to do that. Also she will keep bringing the ball back non stop for days if i could keep up with her. She also not affraid to swim in very big waves at the beach or any water. Loves a swim and loves bringing the ball back from the water. She is an excellent runner

    Here is a close up of her face looking in my bedroom window. She is a multi generation mix I would say. Check out the bone structure of her skull. I would have thought bit of great dane, but she is waaaay too small for that



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    I don't want to breed her. She is desexed. Just want to know what breed she might be...
    Last edited by prince; 05-23-2010 at 05:53 PM.

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    Amstaff crossed with something slightly taller.

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    Personally I dont see any staffy or APBT in there.

    You will never know unfortunately. Where did you get her from?

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