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@iancuuu True. I adopted my girl from a shelter and she was labeled an AmStaff/German Shepard mix. They called her that because they were the "scariest" breeds they could think of and didn't want to label her something and be accused of adopting out a pit. When we took her to the vet we called her a beagle/terrier mix. I don't doubt she has some kind of bully breed in her but I chose to go with beagle/terrier mix because people aren't scared of it.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Home is Where My Dogs Are
@iancuuu I'm not surprised. Someone once called my Rhodesian Ridgeback an pit. Um, he has a clear ridge, is almost 90lbs, and looks like a hound. Ignorance is dangerous.
"I just don’t get it because he is a smaller dog in weight, size and frame"- Dogs considered "pit bulls" can be relatively small in stature, some as small as 30lbs. That being said, I can't imagine him being labeled a "pit bull" with that face, he looks exactly like a boxer to me. Boxers are considered a bully breed but I don't think I've ever hear of one being called a "pit bull." Good luck! The worst part is that they are being hypocrites since the first decorated military dog was a "pit bull."