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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by LoveMyPets, Apr 6, 2011.
She was sold as a long legged Staffy....but I have never heard of these.
I dont want to say it..
But I am pretty sure she isn't a staffy.. .. although very hard to tell of this picture only.. She is very slight and obviously going through a height growth spurt.
Oh wow not sure what shes crossed with but she is stunning!!!
My other question is are you in the uk?
I am not going to say it but here....looks alot like this cutie.
Also the staff as a breed does not have a long legged version.
As others have asked are you in the UK?
The breed standard was only recently reduced to 16" from 18". There's still plenty of tall staffies about.
yes am in the UK.
I have been told she looks like she has lab in her and various other breeds.
Apparently staffy too.
She is very very slim and long legged
I will PM you.
from the staffies i know her face doesn't look staff bu shes Puppy has some growing to do!
I only know adult staffs.
Well she could be a staff lab.. You do get labs with the pink skin/nose..
She looks like she's got a lot of growing left to do and will no doubt change dramatically over coming months.
I would say looking at her now, she's mainly Staff diluted with something maybe Lab, American Bulldog or a touch of Boxer.
edit- Did you meet her parents?
Looks like maybe there could be some beagle in there to me!
She is gorgeous whatever breed
Lovely puppy, it looks exactly like a dog that used to come into the pub. He was a beautiful animal and fathered three litters last year that I know of! The owner brought a few of his pups in to show them off and the OP's pic was the spitting image of those pups. If I see the owner again I will ask him what his dog is and let you know. Only difference is the pups I saw had a few orangey coloured markings.
she has orangy comin on her ears and her nose is changing colour as well as an orangy stripe down her back almost golden
how old is she in the picture?
i cant decide at all what she could be. maybe there are more than two breeds in there!
Could she be a bull lurcher, straight whippet x staff saw one at a rescue and looked very simular. Alot of the bigger ones I've seen look like greys with staff faces.
... I see everyone's avoiding the p word. It was my first thought but of course it can be hard to say what's in a dog sometimes. I'd just be a bit concerned others might think they know what's in it.
How long have you had the puppy OP?