If they reach over 150lbs than they are not apbts, perhaps an ambully?
Correct, thanks for the clarification!I think there is some confusion here.... Albelee is talking about a business complex and a neighboring business has 2 new dogs (right?) this isn't that the next door neighbor in the apartment/neighborhood got new dogs that will neet meet the other, it's that it's a business complex where dogs often meet?
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If they're massive than they aren't American Pit Bull Terriers, Take a look at my dog Ace, a lot of people see him and think he is apbt, but he is not APBTS average between 40-60lbs, some in the upper 30's. They are not large dogs, if you see people walking around with dogs that look like this:Combined weight of both 150 lbs. My company is based in Los Angeles in a fairly gritty part of town, every pit I've seen here is massive.