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Bloodlines and breeding

Discussion in 'Bloodlines' started by PITPAL, Nov 19, 2018.


    PITPAL Puppy

    Does anyone have experience breeding two or more specific bloodlines together for the purpose of creating your own “BLOODLINE “ or family of APBTS? I have some experience using a methodology I have loosely coined the 3 degree trilateral perpetuation. Would be glad to tell more if there is any interest
  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator


    PITPAL Puppy

    For some reason they did not give me privileges to post new topics or reply to old ones. Do you have any pull over there? Could you possibly get them to give me the required privileges to communicate with some of the other members.
    Thanks in advance
  4. oldman

    oldman Puppy

    Just breeding two bloodlines together does make your own bloodline. For a bloodline to be known it has to have something to be known for. It has to produce dogs that have a trait or ability to do something other dogs are not capable of doing. It has to produce dogs that will continue to produce better than normal dogs.
    To produce your own bloodline will take many years and a lot of hard work. You will have to understand the breed, know it's history, genetics, and have a goal of what you want the bloodline to be.

    PITPAL Puppy

    Do you have any direct breeding experience? I shared some info on my experience breeding German short haired pointers. You can click on my post and read. I’d like to hear about your experience if you have any
  6. oldman

    oldman Puppy

    I have been breeding dogs for many years. Have produced several champions and grand champions plus many working dogs.

    PITPAL Puppy

    Do u currently have any dogs? Im looking for someone to mentor me and help me do with APBT what I did with GSP’s. What part of the country are you in?
    Were any of your champion dogs from here in the states? Any we may know?

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