|Head Type : Brick Shaped||Skull Type : Mesaticephalic||Top of Skull Type : Flat|
|Head Plane : Parallel||Skull to Muzzle Ratio : 1 : 1||Bite : Scissors|
|Ear Type : Button||Ear Set : High Drop||Ear Faults : Set too low; Dead ears|
|Eye Type : Almond||Eye Placement : Set apart; Not protruding; Sunken; Small||Eye Color : Black|
|Eye Faults : Yellow Eyes|
|Body Type : Square Terrier||Coat Type : Tight Wire||Front Type : Normal Gothic Window|
|Forechest : No||Forehand Type : Terrier||Chest Type : Oval|
|Topline Type : Level with a slight rise over the loins||Tuck Up Type : Moderate||Backhand Type : Normal|
|Rear Type : Normal Gothic Window||Foot Type : Round||Tail Type : Carrot|
|Tail Set : High||Tail Carriage : Gay|
Detailed Dog Breed Information
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Purebred Profile: Pug
A lot of dog in a small package, the standard uses the phrase "Multum in Parvo" which means "a lot in a little." Some molossian characteristics like a heavy head and a compact heavy body. Has a short foreface.
Purebred Profile: American Staffordshire Terrier
Heavily built dog with a very athletic appearance. A little bit more ‘on his legs’ than his English cousin, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Since they were used in the past for dog fights, be wary when this dog is among other dogs. Very friendly towards people.