|Barked: Sun May 24, '09 10:26pm PST |
|Could be mostly, or all, Scott American Bulldog, aka "Performance" or "Standard" AB. The dewlap, mostly white body, black nose and lips, and even to some extent the head suggest it. Lots of people (no offense) blow smoke when they state they're sure what breed your dog is/isn't, especially online looking from a pic. I would say 50/50 your dog is all AB, vs an AB mix. Do your homework if you're interested.
There can be quite a bit of variation in the breed. And many people think about the Scott-Johnson hybrids or pure Johnson dogs, which are bigger and bullier looking (and frankly, slower and less athletic with less drive many times). In fact, many, many Scott type breeders describe their dogs as looking somewhat like "long-legged pits." Sure, it's not an exact description, but the Scott AB is definitely somewhat pitty looking. So differentiating using like 5 pics between an AB vs AB/pit mix is impossible!
Again...short of stating the obvious, most people online can't even approach more than a vague level of certainty about your breed. This peeves me about the internet, when people say "Oh, it definitely isn't this or that." Your dog could def. be an AB. My AB looks different based on level of exertion, temperature, and time of day...he can show anywhere from 1/2 to 2" of lip and his face changes color. I love this about these dogs, they have such expressive faces
Consider some kind of DNA breed test, one with a guarantee, if you're interested.
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