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Hand Written Pedigree of Mayfield's Dibo

Discussion in 'Historical Documents' started by XXX, Dec 12, 2009.

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    XXX Good Dog

    This was given to me by a very good Old Dogman friend of mine. He received this hand written pedigree and a letter from Don Mayfield back in 1994...

    This pedigree shows the breeding of Mayfield's Texas and Deve.. the borther/sister breeding that produce the famous Mayfield's Dibo.

    Hope ya'll enjoy this little piece of APBT history, I am glad to have it as part of my collection, and would like to thank my good friend Bill for giving it to me.


    Here's a link to the pedigree if you are having trouble following it

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/public/printPedigree.php?dog_id=4800


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