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Is My Dog a Full Blooded Pit Bull?

Is my dog Brownie a real Pit Bull? 1 pic is when she was smaller.

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November 8, 20200 found this helpful

Brownie looks like a Pit Bull to me. Truly she is beautiful with strong Pit bull features. Here are pictures of many Pit bulls, I think Brownie is among them. - pixabay.com/.../ - and history of Pit Bulls - en.wikipedia.org/.../pit_bull

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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

Your dog has many charismatics of a pit bull but it would really be hard to tell you one way or the other if the dog is a full-blooded pit bull or not. The only way to say 100% is if the owner gave you papers on the dog and the bloodline of both his parents. The second way to be 100% sure is with a DNA test which is quite expensive and not really necessary if you are not planning on breeding your dog and selling the puppies. You can always talk with the vet when you take the dog in for their shots. They are really good at helping a new owner find out what the dog's origin is and what they think the breed of the dog is.

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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

Brownie doesn't appear to be full blooded 'Pit Bull'. Your Pup's eyes are larger and more rounded in shape to be full PB.
There's a lot of good information regarding 'Pit Bulls' here:
www.petcoach.co/.../american-pit-bull-terrier
www.loveyourdog.com/.../
americanbullydaily.com/.../

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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

So you have a cute Princess Brownie but not sure if she is pure bred?
Most likely not unless you purchased her from a registered breeder and paid a good chunk of money to get her.
She does appear to have a good portion of pit bull genes but no one can tell you about her true breeding without doing DNA tests. Her vet can tell a lot about her by seeing her up close and checking her bone structure, size, weight and other things.
Not everyone needs or even wants a DNA test but if you do then you can purchase them online, pet stores and your vet. The cost starts at about $45 and goes up from there. These tests will tell you more about your pet than just her breeding so they might be good to have.
The most important thing you can do for Brownie is to be sure she has all of her shots/vaccinations in her first year so she will be protected from all of the germs floating around.
www.dummies.com/.../

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