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Bloodline of my pitty

Discussion in 'Bloodlines' started by ElaineK, Apr 22, 2015.

  1. ElaineK

    ElaineK Puppy

    I have a 4 mo old pit. I was told she is a Jenkins and American pitt. I have looked all over and can't find any info on a Jenkins bloodline. Plz help!!
     
  2. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    "American pitt" isn't a bloodline, nor does it mean anything else. American Pit Bull Terrier is the breed name, but without a pedigree, your dog is considered a mutt.
     
  3. ElaineK

    ElaineK Puppy

    Ok maybe bloodline wasn't what I was trying to say. Breed would had been a better word I think. I know what an American Pit is, I just don't know what a Jenkins is.
     
  4. NobodyHere

    NobodyHere Guest

    No such thing.
     
  5. BCdogs

    BCdogs Good Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    I found several dogs owned and bred by a man named Jenkins just from a quick Google search, so you can't have looked that hard. That said, I doubt your unpapered dog comes from the same place.
     
  6. ShanaRowan

    ShanaRowan FlirtPolin' Premium Member

    The breeder should shown you the pedigree of your puppy's parents, or possibly a link to it online. That's how you would know the bloodlines of your puppy.
     
  7. Boogieman

    Boogieman Good Dog Premium Member

    Hindsight is 20/20 but let this be a lesson to educate yourself BEFORE you get a new puppy, NOT after. :(

    My guess is a back yard breeder has peddled a puppy to you.
     

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