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Guess the breed?!?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Tom88mk, Apr 3, 2017.


  1. Tom88mk

    Tom88mk PetForums Newbie

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    Anybody care to guess this gorgeous bitch's breed? Name: Nylar Age:11months Sex:Female

    Kind regards, IMG_0388.JPG IMG_0385.JPG IMG_0334.JPG IMG_0324.JPG IMG_0325.JPG IMG_0388.JPG IMG_0385.JPG IMG_0334.JPG IMG_0324.JPG IMG_0325.JPG IMG_0327.JPG IMG_0326.JPG
     
  2. labradrk

    labradrk PetForums VIP

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    She looks 'type' to tell you the truth, if anyone asks I'd say she was a Staff cross.
     
  3. ouesi

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    She looks very much like a pit bull. Are you in the UK?
     
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  4. Happy Paws2

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    I was thinking Pit Bull as well. Hopefully your are not in the UK
     
  5. leashedForLife

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    probly Am-Staff or APBT, & / or a cross of either breed. :)
    A self-colored red fawn with white trim, AKA chrome - Not quite Irish-pattern markings, as her white collar doesn't go all the way 'round.

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    I'd swap the choke-chain / infinite-slip collar for a limited-slip sighthound style martingale. It's kinder to the dog, & far safer, as well as more effective.
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  6. Ceiling Kitty

    Ceiling Kitty Hides away from much through humour...

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    A very sweet looking pittie. But if you're in the UK you need to be careful about announcing it to all and sundry!
     
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    The Wild Bunch Owner of dogs and referee of children

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    Rose nose pitbull. If you're in the UK be very careful
     
  8. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    Lab/staff mix.:Muted
     
  9. Little P

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    Ears could be labby
     
  10. Sairy

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    I thought pitbull too, although the ears seem slightly bigger than most of the pits I've seen. I agree, be careful announcing it to the world if you live in the UK.
     
  11. StormyThai

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    She is beautiful.
    If you are in the UK I would stick to lab x staff :)


    It looks like a half check chain, not an infinite slip :)
     
  12. Nonnie

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    Shes lovely!
     
  13. applecrumlin

    applecrumlin Oh Help Oh No it's a Gruffalo

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    What is the point of this thread?
     
  14. Dogloverlou

    Dogloverlou PetForums VIP

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    Judging by the Stella cans in the background I'm thinking the OP is in the UK ;)

    She is a beautiful looking girl but I agree about her look being of type. Just continue training your girl to be an obedient & sociable member of society and do not give anyone reason to report you for whatever reason.
     
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  15. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    Stella; aka, Wife beater.:Jawdrop

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    They also sell Stella here in Finland. It costs slightly more than the usual run of the mill Karhu, Olvi, Lapin Kulta, Kariala and Kof etc, etc, etc....

    And we won't go there because some Finns have really serious drinking problems.:Facepalm
     
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  16. lullabydream

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    Yes definitely known as wife beater here in Lincolnshire...did not know it went well with Ben n Jerry's as shown in the photo though!
     
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  17. Dogloverlou

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    Yeah, heard that phrase before. Wasn't sure where else it was sold tbh, although guessing not the US.

    It's Haagen Dazs I think. Trust me, I should know! :D

    Oh, and the Doritos...don't forget them.
     
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  18. lullabydream

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    Ice cream, beer and Doritos...what a lovely combination...a meal fit for someone...

    I thought you had beer and nice greasy kebab, pizza that kind of stuff but you learn something new every day! Or we are just weird here!
     
  19. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    It's the Chav's version of Ice Cream Soda or more commonly known as a 'Stella Float.';)
     
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  20. Zaros

    Zaros Pet Forums, P/resident Evil

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    Oh, so you prefer your Stella Float with Haagen Daz.:D

    With a side order of Doritos for dipping.:Joyful
     
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