What breed is my new baby?

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    Kayla Johnson

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    I just adopted Eleanor from a shelter, and her tag said that she’s an American Mix, but I want to find out for sure. I’m not the best at identifying, but I think she may be an American and Lionhead mix, but I’d like other opinions. They say she’s a year old and about 4.5 pounds(Aprox. 2.04kg)
     

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    That's a lionhead mix
    I don't see any american in her. Americans are a relatively rare meat breed, very large, long-ish ears, I don't really see any traits of an american in her.
     
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    Kayla Johnson

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    Thank you so much! I was questioning if she had any American in her, but I had a strong feeling she was a Lionhead mix. I appreciate the information.
     
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