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HI all,

 

We have a rescue dog who was classed as a boxer cross - we have been on the look out for what he actually is though. As there sure as hell is no boxer in him.

 

We think a possible Alaunt runt or Alaunt cross sight hound?

I know a lady who does sight hound and bull lurcher rescue - she pointed us to the Alaunt idea.

 

 

Any one got a guess?

 

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A few more - It is hard to tell from the pic's but there really doesn't seem to be any boxer in him....

 

 

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Hello and welcome mate looks like boxer body ?. and could be a staffys head .but there could be anything in him .

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Looks very similar in shape to one of my dogs. He also was from a rescue. We believe that he is a Boxer x Staffy

 

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Cracking heads on those dogs ,

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Possibly alaunt origin, Bonny beast anyway! :thumbs:

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HI all,

 

We have a rescue dog who was classed as a boxer cross - we have been on the look out for what he actually is though. As there sure as hell is no boxer in him.

 

We think a possible Alaunt runt or Alaunt cross sight hound?

I know a lady who does sight hound and bull lurcher rescue - she pointed us to the Alaunt idea.

 

 

Any one got a guess?

 

022-2.jpg

 

 

061-1.jpg

 

the bottom pit it looks like a pitbull terrier.

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I know quite a few pitbulls and i can assure you he certainly isn't one.

His back end is very thin and bony, tiny in comparison to his head!! His head is very mastiff looking too.

 

Such a shame we don't know who bred him :hmm:

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I know quite a few pitbulls and i can assure you he certainly isn't one.

His back end is very thin and bony, tiny in comparison to his head!! His head is very mastiff looking too.

 

Such a shame we don't know who bred him :hmm:

 

Without being rude a real pitbull is built similar to a whippet with a bull head.

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I know quite a few pitbulls and i can assure you he certainly isn't one.

His back end is very thin and bony, tiny in comparison to his head!! His head is very mastiff looking too.

 

Such a shame we don't know who bred him :hmm:

 

Without being rude a real pitbull is built similar to a whippet with a bull head.

 

Being rude, a pit is built feck all like a whippet......

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I know quite a few pitbulls and i can assure you he certainly isn't one.

His back end is very thin and bony, tiny in comparison to his head!! His head is very mastiff looking too.

 

Such a shame we don't know who bred him :hmm:

 

Without being rude a real pitbull is built similar to a whippet with a bull head.

 

Being rude, a pit is built feck all like a whippet......

 

i said similar, can you show me what you THINK a "pit" looks like?

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I know quite a few pitbulls and i can assure you he certainly isn't one.

His back end is very thin and bony, tiny in comparison to his head!! His head is very mastiff looking too.

 

Such a shame we don't know who bred him :hmm:

 

Without being rude a real pitbull is built similar to a whippet with a bull head.

 

Being rude, a pit is built feck all like a whippet......

 

i said similar, can you show me what you THINK a "pit" looks like?

 

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