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Novasmom

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Hi everyone. Ive added a new baby to my family and she is half blue nose pitbull, half mastiff. The only issue is I am not sure what type of mastiff she is. The woman I bought her from owned the mom (which was the pit) and had this one picture of the dad (the mastiff). I have experience with pitbulls but not with the mastiff family and I would love to know exactly what my pup is. Please help me out!
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Natalie

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Hi everyone. Ive added a new baby to my family and she is half blue nose pitbull, half mastiff. The only issue is I am not sure what type of mastiff she is. The woman I bought her from owned the mom (which was the pit) and had this one picture of the dad (the mastiff). I have experience with pitbulls but not with the mastiff family and I would love to know exactly what my pup is. Please help me out!
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Natalie


Hi Natalie,
You could have a simple DNA test run on your new pup to help you zero in on the answer.
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Just as an eyeball guess, I'd lean toward Neapolitan.
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