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I Think I Have A Pit/GSD Mix? Opinions welcome

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by MikeyThicc, Aug 3, 2020.

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  1. MikeyThicc

    MikeyThicc Puppy

    Hello my name is Mike and this is my dog Ash. I believe he is a GSD/Pit Mix. He is a rescue and I adopted him when he was 4 months old. He is now a little over 1 year old and has gotten pretty big. He measures 26in at the withers, weighs around 80lbs. He is very lean and still has a good amount of time to fill out so I think he's going to be a big boy. At the humane society he was labeled as a "Lab Mix" but everyone else including me thinks otherwise. I did a wisdom panel which came back as 50% GSD, 25% Pitbull, and 25% other breeds (Boxer, Chow, etc.) These are not always 100% accurate but I am curious as pitbull owners what your opinions are. I believe he is tall with a longer snout and head due to the shepard. But the bone structure of his head and his muscular build does look a lot like a pit bull. Feel free to leave feed back and let me know your thoughts, thanks!

    Below I have pictures ordered from when I first got him to current. I apologize some of them are sideways I don't know how to fix that yet lol.
     

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  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Administrator

    Welcome!
     

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