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    Hi,

    Just wondering if anyone saw bondivet tonight?.. It was the one with the golden retriever, the alligators and another dog who got its legs caught jumping out a window. The dogs name was Woody but i just wanted to know what breed he is if anyone knows..?

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    Elliott

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    He was a lovely dog. I thought SBT cross when he was lying on the ground. But wasn't so sure when he was walking around at the end, So just a mix breed of sorts I think.

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    Complete mix I'd say.
    I honestly can't even pin point one breed. I didn't see any SBT, at all.

    All I can say is, I WANT DR. CHRIS BROWN!

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    haha, I go to a vet that has 4 vets working there and let me tell you one of them is not bad, not bad at all LOL!!!!!

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    Hi,

    I thought amstaffy cross. Did you check the website?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hachna View Post
    Hi,

    I thought amstaffy cross. Did you check the website?
    The head was much too slender IMO.
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    Yes I am almost sure I am wrong about that Myf but i love to guess what a mutt is made of.....
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    Yeah I do too. I'll always give a guess. But as I said, im really struggling to pin point a breed.
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    He is a beautiful dog. I wondered why they left the mangled leg on the dog. Wouldn't it be more comfortable for the dog to remove it? He seemed happy and very capable on his three legs.

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    It wasn't very sightly was it.

    I guess because he was managing alright with it tucked up beneath him, they would save the money.
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