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After doing Leo's Embark test, I decided to go ahead and do Lily.

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I've always called her an American Dog Breeders Association type American Pit Bull Terrier, but assumed she was a mixy-mix, so I was rather surprised to find out that she is indeed, a purebred APBT. Lily’s Embark Dog DNA Results
 

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So cool! You're living my dream with your purebred pittie :D She is such a stunner too. I love the richness of her brindle coat color.

Random question... I know she's not standing in a stack but she looks a little rear high. Have you seen her structure impact her sport ability?
 

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Random question... I know she's not standing in a stack but she looks a little rear high. Have you seen her structure impact her sport ability?
She is extremely high in the rear, in addition to having flat withers. Heeling with her head up and turned to look at me is a bit hard on her, which is why I've never really taught her to heel. Other than that, she's fast, can turn on a dime, and is a good jumper.


I do try to keep her from jumping down from something that high without support, though.

 
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