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Q. I am getting a Pit Bull and EnglishBulldog mix will it be more like a Bulldog or Pit Bull will be good with kids and will be a big dog or short

A. Each dog is very individual. Its size and look as a crossbreed will depend on what carachteristics it has taken on from each breed. Every one in the litter will be different. Pitt ball breeds would not be recommended to have around children as they have an aggressive nature normally. But there are exceptions. I would suggest you meet the puppy and tbe parents before making any decisions.

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TERRI STEVENS

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