I ever had purebred pups growing up. They were beautiful and well-behaved…but they too had plenty of health concerns due to centuries of inbreeding and over-breeding.
Of course, when you get a dog, you can’t be certain how they’ll looking grown-up( unless you get them full-grown ), or what they’ll act like. But after rescuing my beautiful “Lab terrier mix, ” I know all too well that it’s more than worth noting to take a chance on a hound who wouldn’t have a home without you.
My dog Mila is probably a closer relative with a pit cop than a terrier, but I don’t charge, because she’s just as sweetened as the golden retrievers I had as a kid. What I’m trying to say is that you should never overlook a strange mutt desegregate — and here’s all the proof you’ll ever need.