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Need advise

Discussion in 'General Dog Discussions' started by Leah soto, Jan 4, 2020.

  1. Leah soto

    Leah soto Puppy

    I have a standard Bluenose pitbull that is ukc registered, I also have a xl blue tri Merle female that is abkc registered. Would their litter be able to get registered? We were going to breed our female later on with another xxl bully but she got pregnant by our Standard male while out of town recently.

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  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

    Just a few questions for you:
    Do you have homes lined up for the pups?
    Did you health test?
    If the pups dont work out in the homes, will you be taking the pups back?
    Why did you breed?
  3. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    How is the ABKC dog registered -- as an American Bully or as an American Pit Bull Terrier?

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