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Pitbull/Wold Hybrid mix Puppy

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by Wootness, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. rjnklvr

    rjnklvr Little Dog

    BF has mentality of man who would deny achild with "wrong" hair coloring. Bruiser is a friends boy who looks very much like this girl. He is a Cane Corso/ PitBull mix and was about that large at 8 weeks. Unbelievably strong dog with good temperment but needs firm guidence. Good luck, I hope you are able to find her a good home. Your efforts are appreciated.
  2. boscoboy

    boscoboy Little Dog

    This is a great looking dog, looks like a husky/malamute mix to me. If it is a wolf/hybrid I would not be to eager to get involved with it. I happen to love wolfs. There are many books to educate yourself on them. Can you really say that about a wolf/dog. These hybrids are probably more dangerous than a wolf itself. They are highly unpredictable and I don't think there is anyone who can really / truly say they are an authority on any hybrid. I feel bad for these poor animals. These hybrid breeders are just looking to make money off of a person that might consider a wolf hybrid to be another exotic animal. Well they are not exotic, they are a walking time-bomb ready at any time to explode. Please be careful. Just my 2 cents:)
  3. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

    excellent post:)
  4. Wootness

    Wootness Good Dog

    puppy placed before I could help
  5. Biggie's Dad

    Biggie's Dad Puppy

    cute pup I hope it found a good home.
  6. huskylove

    huskylove Guest

    That pup was almost the spitting image of my foster dog, save for the floppy ears :eek:

    And yes, that pup was no hybrid, if I had to guess, I'd say Alaskan Husky or Siberian mix.

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