"On the right is my hybrid, an American Pit Bull Terrier (that's what her father is—a purebred, about 35 pounds). Her mother was a purebred black shorthaired Chow-Chow, about 70 pounds and she is the offspring of the two. What an amazing little gal—she is fast and faithful and sworn only to us; we did not teach her these traits they came to her naturally. She is the perfect blend of the 2 breeds. To the left is my big boy. He was listed as an American Bulldog / Boxer mix. We know what he truly is though; he is an American Pit Bull Terrier around 68 pounds. They took about 9 days to integrate and now they are like peas and carrots. The 2 were rescued dogs from local area shelters, both adopted at 10 months of age."
Winter, Rudy, Summer, Dozer
Nap Time—Mama dog with her litter of puppies
The white dog is Pinggoy. He's a 6-month-old half-Spitz. The grey/black/white dog is Mu Mu Bai; he's a 7-month-old . They're the best of friends! And even though MuMu is much smaller than Pinggoy, when they playfully wrestle with each other, MuMu can be such a monster!
American Pit Bull Terriers at play—Sheeba (black) is 12 months and Nirvana (brindle) is 5 months.