Female pitbulls have been given a new name after a new breed of Australian female dogs was created.
The new breed, known as female pitbulldogs, has been created by the Australian National University, or ANU, researchers.
It’s the latest in a string of female dogs to be created by ANU scientists over the past few years.
It is the first time a female Australian female dog has been named.
It was named for one of the researchers who first discovered the breed in 2009.
The first female pit bull was named after an ANU scientist who found the first breeding population of the breed.
The research was published online in the journal PLOS ONE on Tuesday.
“It is really exciting to see a female breed with a unique gene pool in Australia,” ANU veterinarian Dr Joanna Leech said.
“This new breed is a great example of how scientists can use data from a diverse population of dogs to identify genetic variation in animals.”
The new name, called Mandy, was inspired by a young female dog who was found with a rare condition.
The condition was called pitbull-like condition and had caused the dog to be a lot smaller than expected.
The breed has also been given the nickname Female Pitbulls after Dr Leech’s research partner, the University of New South Wales researcher Dr Julie Smith.