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35 lbs and under pits

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by justin 31, Sep 7, 2009.

  1. Lowlife

    Lowlife Big Dog

    I wouldn't buy a dog from someone who just breeds for the size of a dog (smaller or larger), there are some BYB out there breeding "pocket pits" it is sickening. If you want a smaller dog I suggest finding an adolescent or adult dog the size you want. You won't ever know what you are getting with a puppy.
  2. mandreweav

    mandreweav Good Dog

    Ive seen people trying to sell pocket bullies but never really advertising 'pocket pits' im not doubting you, just saying. And sometimes people just have good bloodlines that run small, like Ben Brockton said, Boyles dogs can tend to be on the smaller side. Alot of times you can know what you are getting with a puppy if that bloodline consistently produces dogs on the smaller side. The weight wont be set in stone but you can have a pretty good idea of what youll be dealing with if you talk to someone who knows his dogs. 35 lb APBTs are not all that uncommon. He could even get a female and it will give him a better chance of getting something smaller.
  3. Lowlife

    Lowlife Big Dog

    I understand that, what I was getting at is even that bully club, what ever is it called, has a "standard" for "pocket bullies" and i have seen people online talking about "pocket pits". I wouldn't just buy a dog from someone just because they advertise small dogs.
  4. mandreweav

    mandreweav Good Dog

    neither would I. I see what you mean, its good advice. It definetely wouldnt be a good idea to choose a breeder just because their selling point is that they sell tiny pit bulls. My advice would be to go to the ADBA and AADR shows that he can attend and meet some people. Talk to some of the guys who have some smaller dogs and just see what he can find out.
  5. ABK

    ABK Good Dog

    Just a side note - Patterdales can pull in all breed pull clubs. IWPA, APA & UPF just to name a few are all breed. Or you could register with an all breed kennel club that holds pulls. I think AADR is registering Pats now. ADBA might be too since they're now all breed KC. Or you could go with a club like NKC or CKC (horrors!). I know, I know - folks hate CKC, but they do put on some pretty nice all breed pulls in which a Pat would be welcome.

    Just a thought.
  6. Miakoda

    Miakoda GRCH Dog

    People don't despise the CKC (also known as a print shop in Walker, LA where you can get your wedding invitations and your dog some "papers" at the same time) because of their weight pull events, but because of their reputation of being the "go-to" place to get a dog registered when it is not a purebred anything. People chose that registry because other registries refuse to register such mutts thus angering those owners who need those papers to boost profit margins.
  7. mandreweav

    mandreweav Good Dog

    Youve got to be joking
  8. Lowlife

    Lowlife Big Dog

    lol, that is what I have heard.
  9. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls Little Dog

  10. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    A little info, ohpitbulls. How much does he weigh and how's he bred?
  11. bullimom

    bullimom Little Dog

    I would look at some shows. SBT are great but i've got a soft spot for pitties! Our girl is 43 lb but won't be ready to breed for another year. Gotta get the health check first though. I'm sure you'll find a good pup by then. Def look at some shows though!
  12. Miakoda

    Miakoda GRCH Dog

    Wish I was. The registry started out of the back of a print shop which is still in business.

    I know because I'm from out that way.
  13. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls Little Dog

    he is 28lbs an is heavy PANAMA RED WITH A JEEP out on bottom side
  14. Dexterknl

    Dexterknl Puppy


    How is bred your dog please?
    PM if you want!

    Got my answer sorry ...
    Last edited by a moderator: Sep 11, 2009
  15. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    Thanks! He's a handsome lil devil. I'm a huge fan of the smaller dogs, too.
  16. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls Little Dog

    Post up pic of your small dogs
  17. justin 31

    justin 31 Puppy

    love your dog leslie h . i,m not going to buy a dog from just anyone because they said it will be small.the dog is going to be a family pet that i will train to compete in weight pulls .the dog must in my eyes have the right drives that i am looking for so just because the dog is going to be small does not mean i,m going to buy it .heck its been three years i'm in no hurry lol lol. there is nothing wrong with a 40-45 lbs dog i'm just lokking for something else thats all .all and for the patterdales i just don't think there for me.if it ever chased something in a hole just don't think i would have much fun digging it out lol lol well thanks for all the info . ps lets see them pictures nice male ohpitbulls is this your dog or is it owned by the kennel in columbus .
  18. janedoeismissing

    janedoeismissing Little Dog

    I know jack-squat about lines. This little girl was found as a stray. 25 pound Pit Bull and no conditioning what so ever.


    She has since been adopted.:) Kinda wish I had kept her.
  19. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls Little Dog

    That is meads ''muggs'' owned by the kennel in columbus im trying to work out a deal with her he is one hell of a bulldog

    ---------- Post added at 07:25 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:23 PM ----------

    Nice looking dog janedoe

    ---------- Post added at 07:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:25 PM ----------

    THIS ONE I OWN [​IMG]33lbs 14months
  20. ditchwitch95

    ditchwitch95 Puppy

    Cheyenna - 28 lbs @ 2yrs...and as you can see, she's not conditioned.


    Finley 32lbs @ 2.5 yrs. Not conditioned either. This is just from being on the chain.


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