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FrizzleFreak

Songster
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Jan 3, 2009
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Took me 3 tries too! Then I spent a bunch of time looking at the pretty doggies...I knew that it would be something cute and young, because of the nature of the website ,so I tried with that theory.
BTW, who the heck could mistake a Great Swiss or a Rhody Ridgeback for a Pit? I know people with those dogs, and I can't imagine them attacking anybody, or being mistaken for a Pit....Man, if common sense were money, there'd be a lot more starving people out there....
 

PotterWatch

My Patronus is a Chicken
11 Years
Apr 22, 2008
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Yeah, I can't imagine a swissy or a JRT being mistaken for a pit, let alone the boxer, mastiffs, or bull terrier.
 

The Chicken Lady

Crowing
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12 Years
Apr 21, 2008
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I don't know much about dogs, so I'm sure I'd get confused.

Anything about thigh height to me (and I'm tall) makes me nervous.
 

annanicole18

Songster
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Mar 16, 2009
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i know thats what i said about the ridge and even a lab!! seriously its supposedly americas most popular dog. crazy crazy i had never heard of some of those breeds and i pride myself in knowing alot about dogs
 

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