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Wanting to know if anyone knows what she may be mixed with? I know she is part pit but with the chocolate color, she must be a mix. The white and tan one I had tested and he is a pit staff mix. But the chocolate one I am not sure.

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April 25, 20210 found this helpful

She could be mixed with a chocolate lab.

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April 25, 20210 found this helpful

I think she is a full blooded pit.

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April 25, 20210 found this helpful

Your pup looks full blooded pit. Here are some pics:
www.google.com/search?q=Full+blooded+pit+in+chocolate...
To be certain, you will need to have a DNA test.

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April 26, 20210 found this helpful

How to answer?
You have 2 young pups and your pictures are nice but they do not show either of your pups to an advantage and 'guessing' breeding is all about full facial features and body form.
How old are your pups?
Puppies make quick changes in size and appearance in their first year so it is always difficult to see a definite breed in a pup younger than one year.
To be be sure of the breeding you will have to have the DNA tested on the chocolate one also.

If you still wish to have answers on this site you should post pictures when she is about one year old. Pictures need to show the dog full side so we can see the body build, length of nose, and tail; and also a full face picture so we can see the nose, forehead and ears. Also, state size/measurements and age at time photos taken.

Hopefully your pups are already getting their first year shots/vaccinations so perhaps their vet can provide some information about her breeding.
www.petsmart.com/.../A0067.html

Just out of curiosity:
What mix is a 'pit starch mix'?

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

It was supposed to say pit staff mix. Stupid auto correct lol. He is pit bull Staffordshire mix. The puppies are both 6 mths old. Chocolate one weighs 35.7 lbs and other weighs 36.7 lbs. I had to take the pics will a tablet. Chocolate has a long whip like tail like my purebred pits I had in the past.

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

More pictures. They got all their puppy shots so they don't go back to the vet for 6 mths. We finished up all their shots when they were 16 weeks. I took them today just to get weighed so I could get their monthly simparico for heartworm, flea and ticks.

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

Thank you for everyone's help. I will do a DNA test at some point. Main reason for DNA is the health kit that comes with it. My 12 year old red nose passed away in november and these dogs I want to live longer than that so I want to screen for everything and breed is a big part of genetic disorders. Both dogs are fixed so I am not trying to breed them. I could never handle that cause I would be too worried that the puppies wouldn't go to good homes and then I would just keep them. Too many dogs are mistreated so I would never want that responsinility. I don't want anyone to think that's why I want to know the breed. I adopted the chocolate one from a rescue she had been with a family until she was 3 months old then sent to a pound abandoned then moved to foster care where I adopted her. Honestly if I could afford to I would adopt all the pits out there.

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May 6, 20210 found this helpful

I'm sorry, I missed that typo when publishing it. I've fixed it now. :)

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April 26, 20210 found this helpful

You would need DNA for this dog, like the other one , to know for sure. Here is a link with different mixes of Pitbull with other breeds . Maybe these will help you decide - www.holidogtimes.com/.../

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April 30, 20210 found this helpful

I think she is American Pit Bull Terrier en.wikipedia.org/.../File:000_American_Pit_Bull_Terrier... www.dreamstime.com/stock-photo-chocolate-american-pitbull...
But it's really difficult to tell using these photos.
Do DNA testing for her and you will have no doubts.

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May 5, 20210 found this helpful

Here you can see 6 1/2-month-old Female American Pit Bull Terrier
www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKr9YpOiDiA

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