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Thread: Is Rogue a Pitbull?

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    Could definitely be a "pitbull" type and that is the direction I would be leaning towards.

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    Looks like a good old staffy x to me.

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    I would most certainly not have moved to Victoria with her.
    Yes she looks very much Pit to me.

    If asked though , being a Vizla cross Staff/Ridgy/Boxer would be a way of covering her bum so to speak.
    However,in Victoria,any Ranger that spots her is going to go Pit straight away.

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    I worry about the fate of this dog :/

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    She's not in Vic... she is staying with her grandparents in WA.
    Owning a dog should be a partnership. Much like a good marriage it should be based on love, trust and devotion until death do you part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by puggerup View Post
    I worry about the fate of this dog :/
    No need to worry. She is very happy and well loved living with her grandparents and their labrador x poodle. Her Dad won't fly her over unless it is completely safe and even though he misses her terribly he won't risk putting her in danger so she will probably remain in WA.
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    I would say she is, from the pictures, but she is obviously crossed with something as she has slight differences. It would be easier to see if she was standing. The legs are also a tell-tale sign of that particular breed.

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    The legs? What is it you think about the legs looks different...just curious.

    I usually use the muzzle...I find pitties have a very distinct mouth.

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    Here's a clip from the standard for the breed...

    Viewed from the side, the hock joint is well bent and the rear pasterns are well let down and perpendicular to the ground. Viewed from the rear, the rear pasterns are straight and parallel to one another.

    That probably doesn't mean much to anyone, but the angle and length of their hind legs is very distinctive, compared to other pit bull types such as staffies and bull terriers and other dogs. Do you have a picture of Rogue standing from the side?

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    Here's a clip from the standard for the breed...

    Viewed from the side, the hock joint is well bent and the rear pasterns are well let down and perpendicular to the ground. Viewed from the rear, the rear pasterns are straight and parallel to one another.

    That probably doesn't mean much to anyone, but the angle and length of their hind legs is very distinctive, compared to other pit bull types such as staffies and bull terriers and other dogs. Do you have a picture of Rogue standing from the side?

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