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My puppy has one parent purebred and one parent mixed - what does this make her?

Hi all,

I found my gorgeous girl Daisy through an online ad and to put it bluntly she along with her siblings were the result of careless 'dog sitting' of the neighbours dog by the owner/seller. This doesn't bother me because had it not happened I wouldn't have her in my life, however because this wasn't intentional/they were just 'pets' the seller doesn't know for sure what breed Daisy is but had told me her father (neighbours dog) is an American Bulldog and her mother (sellers dog) is an American Boxer X American Staffordshire Terrier. I was able to meet the mother but not the father so I have only seen a photo of him. Regardless of her breed/s she's the best puppy and I love her more than life itself but to settle my curiosity I'd love to know what dog breeders/experts out there think she is!

To assist photos I have included are of her father (all white), her mother (tan), her when she was a baby/first got her and two recent ones.

Looking forward to hearing what you others have to say!! Thank you.
 

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She is am adorable puppy. She's a bully breed mix. From the sounds of it and photos, she's half American Bulldog and part Boxer and part Am Staff. You could say 25% Boxer and 25% Am Staff, pedigree wise, but genetically wise you don't know how much of what her mom gave her, both breeds have some similarities too.
You should learn about health problems in these breeds as well, just in case like hip dysplasia, ventricular cardiomyopathy, Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis, AST and Am Bulldog carry different forms of NCLA, but without knowing for sure the genetic background it is possible there was prior mixed breed.
 
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