I too would have put that dog as a APBT/Boxer cross. I have two and they look very much like that guy.
I'm personally of the opinion that it's a really bad idea to intentionally mark a dog as something other than a APBT cross when that is likely the case. With BSL, breed specific traits, attitudes you might encounter in the public, with family and friends, etc. I'd want someone to be d*mn sure they're prepared for everything their signing up for with a pit bull or pit bull cross. In Ontario there's obviously specific of that situation to consider, but it still seems sketchy to knowingly misidentify a dog that is up for adoption.
Last edited by pitgrrl; March 5th, 2008 at 12:38 PM.