I also rarely tell anyone what breed she is unless I know they're serious about dogs. I usually let the uninformed think she's an American bulldog or large, all white pit. I don't know if I'm right in my opinion, but I'd hate to see this breed become popular in the US. We as Americans are generally soft, ignorant pussies when dealing with animals bred for violence in any form and that the majority of Americans are worried more about looks than abilities is a shame.
I also can't figure out why she doesn't like chewing on bones. She's also very, very hesitant when presented with raw meat. I'm going to change her aversion to raw meat, though. Hopefully that'll bring out more of her primal instincts.
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