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SBT or not?


Little Dog
This is "Willa", a 7 year old female rescue that I adopted last week. She is an absolute joy to be with, is VERY calm and even tempered and just want to be close to you at all times. This is even more amazing as she didn't come from a very nice situation previously. And while the 'breed' certainly doesn't matter to me at all, I am curious as another dog owner I know who has owned Staffies before thinks that Willa is a Staffie and not an APBT (that's what was noted on her adoption papers "blue nose APBT". Here are some pics, are there any outstanding physical details that say one way or another? Again, just curious :)

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Good Dog
I highly doubt she's got any Staffie. Honestly, they're just not that common. She looks like the typical BYB Am Bully mix.

I'd call her a bully mix if she were mine.