I found it on my first try BUT, my oldest brother bred them way back in ummmm, 84-85-86 we had one of their pups for a while until we grew up and realized it wasn't fair to Tasha to be home all day alone while we both worked full time. (No wonder she chewed everything and anything! )
WOW that is pretty cool. There are a LOT of different breeds. There were a few that I've never heard of before. Its sad to think a lot of other breeds are profiled, and if there are nice pitbulls they are profiled with the bad ones.
Got it on the first try. But i have seen that test to many times to count. But i do know some of the othe rbreeds posted within that test and they are all beautiful to me. I love all bullys and bully mixes.
They used to have this with even more pictures, this is a scalled down version. Its a bit misleading, because many of the dogs used are 'molossers' which means mastiffs, which is the family that pits belong to. And some of them, like the Dogo Argentino, Cane Corsos, Presa Canarios technically are pit bulls on steriods, and the american bred bully breeds the Alpaca blue and olde English have some pitt in them. Also pitts vary so much in appearance, the one that was a pittbull looked rather small and young as mentioned above. They also didn't address the fact that the Staffordshire Terrior and the American Staffordshire Terrior are all pit bulls. What I'm saying is that you can't hide a dog behind its name, or whats its supposed to be, what it looks like is going to determine what people think it is, and in the end that going to include a lot of breeds, including Boxers. BSL sucks.