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Can anyone give me advice! Or info

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by BenderBoii, Dec 12, 2017.

  1. BenderBoii

    BenderBoii Puppy

    Ok so im by no means a breeder, i got the opportunity to help with a scheduled breeding of my pups parents and the whelping, Ill get to the point I want to get a offspring from my little dude because I love his dad, dude saved my life, but i want the breeding to go to a respected breeder of the pure APBT. So my question is do respected breeders do that? I don't want money, all I want is the pick and the rest of the pups to go to people who knows what the heck they have and will respect what they have.
     
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  2. ETRaven2

    ETRaven2 Big Dog

    Okay, so if I am reading this correctly, you want to stud out your male.
    Based on my (admittedly, very elementary) reading of your pedigree....I am new to game dogs, myself, I think you should join our sister site, game-dogs.com, and ask your question there. Those guys are dogmen (most anyway, some are like me trying to learn the lines) that really know their game-bred lines. They can help evaluate your pedigree and tell you how and what you need to do to find a good pairing for your dog.
    Sorry I could not be of more help, but I pointed you in a good direction!
     
  3. BenderBoii

    BenderBoii Puppy

    No u took ur time and pointed me in the right way TY! Just trying to do this the right way.
     
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  4. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Staff Member Super Moderator

    Moved to General Dog Discussions
     
  5. pitbulldogs

    pitbulldogs OHMUHGERD Staff Member Administrator

    You shouldn't have a problem finding a bitch to put that male on... Is the dog ADBA registered?
     
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