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Does my pup look pure bred?

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a close friend couldnt keep his pup so i decided to keep him and he has UKC papers that say "American Pitbull Terrier" but i know that people can lie i guess on these papers. I put a picture of him at 10 weeks then at 6 months


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Cosmic Charlie

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How do you look up pedigree? I can access it with the ukc right?

Many UKC "APBT's" are in fact Am bully/ amstaff. The chances that your dog is an APBT is slim in relation to the dog's color, registry, size etc. With that said, I have no idea in reality and either does anyone else. Post the pedigree and then we can determine the breed of dog based on the ancestry. That's the only way to ensure the breed of dog is in fact a specific breed. DNA tests are inaccurate and to my knowledge don't test for APBT. There are the rare "blue" colored APBT, but they are seldom and chances are if you see blue it's going to lean towards the AMbully side (amstaff as well).
I would lean more towards amstaff/ ambully as well, but like the others have stated who really knows. Your dog is absolutely beautiful though!!


Blue + UKC papers says either AmBully mix or AmStaff to me.
Only way to know is by reading the pedigree itself.


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Do you have his registration papers? Do you know the sire and dam's registered names?
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