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American pitbull terrier bloodlines

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by Kingpitbull, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. ColbyDogs

    ColbyDogs Big Dog

    Dual registered, both ADBA and UKC, conformation adhering to the ADBA standards.
  2. BethBurgess2007

    BethBurgess2007 Little Dog

    There very few UKC dogs that are pure pit lines. Most are amstaff crosses, I call them Pitterstaffs(IMO they are still a purebred dog, just not gamebred). The ambullies to me, however, are something else, as many of them have american bulldog, mastiff and english bulldog in them and are riddled with health problems. The only two bloodlines that I have seen that are all APBT, that are consistently UKC registered are the Colby dogs and some of the Hemphill/Wilder/Red Devil lines. There are a few gamebred APBTs that are UKC, but most of those were single registered before the registry closed it's books.
  3. Budboy88

    Budboy88 Good Dog

    Thats what i thought.
  4. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog

    APBT bloodlines

    What are so good American pitbull terrier that's 60 lbs
  5. Check into some Mayday blood..........
  6. bdcraft

    bdcraft Big Dog

    they make great catch weight dog other than that nothing
  7. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog


    I want to know if this dog is a apbt , ast or ambully Crush Pedigree
  8. Blau

    Blau Big Dog

    Definitely not APBT, looks AmStaff, but it could be bully, I don't personally know any staff lines.
  9. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog

    OFRN and Colby kennels

    Im look for a OFRN kennel and Colby kennel that the dogs are ukc show dogs
  10. Hmm well as far as i know .most of those breeders registers their dogs with adba
  11. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog

    Do you know of any good American pitbull terrier bloodline that's reg in ukc
  12. omgrobyn

    omgrobyn GRCH Dog

    Go to a UKC show and find out.

    Google it.
  13. Huh
  14. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog

    There no show in ny

    ---------- Post added at 01:14 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:10 AM ----------

    There no ofrn and Colby that's ukc and adba
  15. Kingpitbull

    Kingpitbull Little Dog

    I want to know what are some good bloodline that are in ukc
  16. 4PawsK9Svcs

    4PawsK9Svcs Good Dog

    Most UKC "APBT" bloodlines are actually American Bully lines, or the foundation lines for the Am Bully. Some nicer UKC-style lines are Gaff, Greyline, & Knowlwoods.
  17. 4PawsK9Svcs

    4PawsK9Svcs Good Dog

    Most APBT breeders find UKC pretty useless for a registry. There's no way they would place in any shows, even if they fit to the UKC's vague standard. That's why the best place to find a true APBT is the ADBA. Same with American Bullies, many breeders are registering soley with the ABKC.
  18. RRL

    RRL Little Dog

    Louis Colby registers his dogs with both the UKC and ADBA.

    ---------- Post added at 07:22 AM ---------- Previous post was at 06:58 AM ----------

  19. luckilylovinlyfe

    luckilylovinlyfe Good Dog

    Your not going to find any good breeders in nyc youv e gotta travel to get a good dog. What do you plan on doing with the ukc/adba registered dog? Bost of the good kennels are down south. So are the shows lol
  20. brindlexpitt

    brindlexpitt Derpidoo

    not true luckily, i personally know a good breeder in NY. there are also UKC shows up there too, as he frequented them more because of less travel time.

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