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Old family rednose from red devil kennels in Georgia

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by Flatbedder, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. Flatbedder

    Flatbedder Good Dog

    Tell me about this bloodlines and those kennels. I'm in a discussion with some calling his 100 pound dog a red pit
     
  2. Jazzy

    Jazzy GRCH Dog

    I'm curious about what people have to say as well, if you mean Bryant's Red Devils.

    We looked at that kennel before we got Veronica; which means it was back when I knew pretty much nothing.

    I liked the dogs; but I thought they were a little on the heavy side (only in that I was thinking I wanted a smaller/medium sized dog and their dogs were just a touch heavier than I was wanting) and also they were very into hog hunting and I was thinking in terms of energy level that their dogs may be more working dogs and thus "more dog" than I wanted.

    Those were my reasons for not choosing them at the time...so I am curious as to what people with breed experience think of them.
     
  3. I thought there was another thread about this kennel but I can't find it?
     
  4. Jazzy

    Jazzy GRCH Dog

    I found it.

    If you go to page 2, the kennel owners are/were members here and they participated in the discussion.

    Here's the link:

    http://www.pitbull-chat.com/showthread.php?t=63394&page=2
     
  5. BethBurgess2007

    BethBurgess2007 Little Dog

    I would not consider bryant dogs OFRN. In fact some of the dogs look like red nose ambullies, to me. When I think of old family red nose, I think Mike Morgan, Ironline kennel, and Mallard. Also, some newer breeders with OFRN dogs I like are Flametree and Southern Inferno.
     
  6. Flatbedder

    Flatbedder Good Dog

    There is a guy on facebook with an 11 month old 100 pound dog from thus kennel says it was an apbt and got mad when I corrected him
     
  7. Olivia

    Olivia Good Dog

    I am not a bloodline expert by any means, but my a good friend of mine has a male OFRN and I can tell you that he's enormous and that he's very very sweet.

    He's not super high energy. He is more of a cuddler if anything else. He runs around outside some but inside the house, he just follows close behind all the time and lays on the couch next to you. He's pretty submissive on nature.

    The dog also had one litter of puppies before he had him fixed and he kept one of the females from the litter.

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    With his puppy

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  8. Flatbedder

    Flatbedder Good Dog

    Looks like an am bully
     
  9. Olivia

    Olivia Good Dog

    Yeah I know...and again, I claim no expertise at all on the matter. I do know however that he's papered/registered and according to all the papers, his bloodlines are OFRN.

    That stuff means very little to me as I care about well behaved, healthy dogs and not about what bloodline a dog came from.

    I mean, I'm the first person to say this dog is way too large to be an apbt, but I don't know anything about the OFRN bloodline....maybe it is a bully bloodline.

    I was just trying to offer up the experience I've had with them for the OP.

    He's quite tall as well. Not really short and stocky.
     
  10. Jazzy

    Jazzy GRCH Dog

    Well I know exactly what he is!!

    He's a freakin' DOLL!!!

    He really doesn't look like a traditional APBT...not that I claim to know; but he is definitely cute.
     
  11. brindlexpitt

    brindlexpitt Derpidoo

    OFRN isnt a bully line by any means..
     
  12. Olivia

    Olivia Good Dog

    Ok. Didn't claim to know anything about the bloodline, just claim to know one :) He's ginormous...that was my only point about him. I love him because he's really so gentle for his size.
     
  13. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    Sometimes people claim to have OFRN, but really they just have dogs with red noses.
     
  14. HowardBusa

    HowardBusa Puppy

    Most of the true OFRN rarely go over 55 pounds, and most are not large boned. Many overdone bully type rednose breeders tend to claim old family rednose. Then you look at the pedigree and it is scatterbred crap or something not old family at all.
     
  15. Olivia

    Olivia Good Dog

    Couldn't have said it better myself Jazzy!!! I agree completely. I know his bloodline is OFRN, but not much more than that. All I know is that he's a HUGE lap dog!! He loves to try to fit his big ass in your lap.

    It's crazy because he's so massive and "tough" looking but the first thing he does when he meets someone new is roll over onto his back and wait for a belly rub. He's such a sweet soul. I spent time with him last night and he was just so sweet. He's the best cuddle buddy.

    ---------- Post added at 09:00 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:58 PM ----------

    He's registered as such and the owner knows a lot about his pedigree...but again, I'm not really in a place to speak on that because I never really asked for all the details..or cared for that matter :)

    I'm not much for caring about the bloodlines of dogs too much. Healthy, happy and well behaved is plenty for me without knowing all the other details.

    ---------- Post added at 09:02 PM ---------- Previous post was at 09:00 PM ----------


    Could be, I honestly don't know. I could look at his pedigree and it wouldn't mean much to me. I just know he's a very good dog :)
     
  16. Blaze N' Pits

    Blaze N' Pits Good Dog

    True OFRN's (from what I've read) were bred to be completely red... all red coat, red nose, red toe nails, red whiskers, etc. You can easily google search OFRN and will most likely come across a link explaining how the OFRN's originated and with what bloodlines, breeders, etc.
     
  17. Sydney

    Sydney Big Dog

  18. Flatbedder

    Flatbedder Good Dog

    He took his posts down of the dog called us all haters. I just said he was too big to be an apbt. I told him it was a good looking dog but I guess he conviently overlooked that.
     
  19. LailaBug

    LailaBug Big Dog

    Sydney, Arson looks great! And I LOVE his sire! Great looking dogs! :D
     
  20. Blaze N' Pits

    Blaze N' Pits Good Dog

    Gorgeous dog Sydney :)
     

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