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Recent content by Country_bumpkin

  1. Country_bumpkin

    New to genetics

    That's great info crazyk9, the answer I was wondering about. I was thinking they were 2 different genes but that broke it down...
  2. Country_bumpkin

    New to genetics

    Would the puppies then be carriers for both liver & blue then?
  3. Country_bumpkin

    New to genetics

    Thanks for the response!
  4. Country_bumpkin

    New to genetics

    I am trying to learn more about genetics, it's a slow process so far lol. But my question is, what is the likely outcome of crossing a bb dog to a dd dog? bb is a liver/chocolate while dd is a blue. From what I've read & gathered, bb & dd are 2 separate color catagories? One a variation while...
  5. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    Also thanks for posting the pics!
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    Blue Bull Terrier

    If wow, see to me the ticked dog is quite obviously a mix! The others are a little trickier to tell. With all the poor breeding out there or even the breeders who strive for the old fashioned head, whose to say if they're mixed or it's due to their breeding? I've seen BT cross puppies that were...
  7. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    I'm actually more interested in pics than the owners themselves. Maybe it's because they look so different than I'm used to seeing that I find them interesting. They're definitely beautiful.
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    Blue Bull Terrier

    Who were these people? I ask becaus I've been really searching for other blue BTs out of curiousity & I've literally come up with nothing. It looks like you know of several people claiming to have blue BTs, Id love to see more. I'm also interested in getting to the origin of them, whether mixed...
  9. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    I'm actually still trying to find out more about her, like come into contact with her breeder, which was a gentleman but no one I can track down so far unfortunately...
  10. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    Well in most cases the light colored or "honey" colored eyes are a trait of a dog with blue pigmentation or any version of a diluted gene, so her eye color is more associated with that than her lineage. I have her pedigree so I'll have to look but there's not a dog of that name that I noticed. I...
  11. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    When I got her, I did expect people's first reaction to be that she was a mix.
  12. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    She's AKC registered, she definitely has more of an "old fashioned" head without the overly pronounced dome. I'm trying to find out more about her lineage as I haven't had her too long. I personally dont believe she is a cross, I've seen other bull terriers with heads less pronounced than her...
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    Blue Bull Terrier

    Here's another shot of Diamond.
  14. Country_bumpkin

    Blue Bull Terrier

    Hi! I have a blue tri bull terrier & I was curious if anyone else has ever seen or heard of one? I'm familiar with the livers but she is the first one I've ever seen. I call her blue tri because she has red points on parts of her blue, so Id imagine if she had less white that's what she would...