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Thread: Is My Boy a "Pittbull"?

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    no way.....still a child for sure hahahahaha
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    on the cusp... im 24 so i am still a child??? WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    Time to start acting like one again!!! :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyzor View Post
    im 25... does that mean im an adult.........
    Yay us quater of a centuries!!
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    That makes me an old fart.

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    You're only as old as you behave Di

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan4nas View Post
    on the cusp... im 24 so i am still a child??? WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

    Time to start acting like one again!!! :P
    yay for us that are not quite there yet! Hahaha

    Lol I don't think I ever stopped acting like one actually. I think when I am 50 I will still be as silly as I am now!

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    Off topic, there is some research to suggest a human brain isn't fully developed until age 25, which explain a lot of stupid things that happen before that age. Tho I think the best age to be a parent is before age 22 eg between 18 and 22, when you can go several days without sleeping, and have heaps of energy to burn.

    Catalyst: Teen Brain - ABC TV Science

    Back on topic the vic dpi have published a very detailed description of what makes a pitbull in their eyes. My dog's head does not seem to be quite wide enough, but otherwise she meets most of their criteria. She also has an double coat ie undercoat so maybe that will save her.

    Standard for Restricted Breed Dogs - Department of Primary Industries

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    This thread does bring up an interesting point. At what weight does an SBT stop being an SBT? There is a dog that comes down the beach occasionally, apparently a papered SBT. This thing is so big it can hardly move, can hear it struggling to breathe and would be 100% useless in a fight(just bringing that up as a point of what the breed was originally bred for).

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    It doesn't go by weight, it goes by lineage, breed and DNA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    It doesn't go by weight, it goes by lineage, breed and DNA.
    I get that, but when a breeder breeds dogs to become what they were not designed to be, surely the ANKC should be not allowing registration?

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