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What Breed Is My Dog?

What breed is my dog?

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November 9, 20201 found this helpful

Your dog appears to be a 'Pit Bull'. Pit bulls are stocky and have a muscular build and have a short, smooth coat varying in color. The fluctuation in the size and color of the Pit Bull is due to the breed being a mix between different types of Bulldogs and Terriers. The body of the Pit Bull is long, with a short, whip-like tail that ends in a point.
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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

I agree, that this is a American Pit Bull Terrier. With short smooth coat, round oval shaped eyes, and has a defined muscle structure. Colors of this breed are solid and tuxedo in this breed. - www.bing.com/.../search?q=american+pit+bull+pictures...

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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

I agree, that this is a American Pit Bull Terrier. With short smooth coat, round oval shaped eyes, and has a defined muscle structure. Colors of this breed are solid and tuxedo in this breed. - en.wikipedia.org/.../american_pit_bull_terrier

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November 10, 20200 found this helpful

Your dog looks like he is enjoying life and even being a clown with his hat on. It looks like you have had his ears clipped between time of pictures?
He certainly looks like his main breed would be an American Pit Terrier.
Did you get to see the parents when you purchased him? That is usually a good way to see what he will look like as he ages.
I'm wondering about his tail - his tail seems to want to stay in an upward angle and most pit's tails stay hanging down. Of course, many owners have the tail chopped as well as the ears.
He is young so there will be a lot of changes as he matures and you will probably be able to tell more about his build.
No one can look at pictures or even the animal and know for sure about the breeding. A vet can tell more because they can see them in person and check out their weight and bone structure but the only way to know for sure is with a DNA test.
Some people really want to know more about their pets and DNA test kits are available online, pet stores and vets. Costs generally start at about $45 and go to hundreds but these tests tell you more about your pet than just their breeding as they have information about watching for future health problems also.
Please be sure he has all of his vaccinations/shots.
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November 11, 20200 found this helpful

Your dog looks so loving and kind. He sure looks like an American Pit Bull Terrier to me. I am just going on the photos you have supplied to us here. I am sure your vet has some idea as to the breed of your dog and he is also a good source to ask. There are a lot of people who want to know for sure so they do a DNA test to make sure what breed their dogs are. I really don't find that too necessary unless you are trying to see if your dog is a purebred and you want to use him for breeding. Just enjoy your dog he will bring you many years of happiness.

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