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Questions about the origin of King of Rings Line

Discussion in 'American Staffordshire Terrier' started by pitbullsareteddies, Jun 7, 2016.

  1. pitbullsareteddies

    pitbullsareteddies Big Dog Premium Member

    I am looking to do an outcross breeding with my gaff/larum dog, to an amstaff with a lot of KoR blood. Are there any watchouts or insights in regards to this line? There is a lot of health testing info, which I like, but getting a first hand account from those in the know would be beneficial. Thank you very much for anything you can provide.

    FYI.. both dogs in question are titled and health tested dogs.
  2. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    Not a whole lot, reallly. I think you might TEND to get larger, bulkier dogs, BUT I've also seen more moderate dogs down from that stuff -- going to depend on the individual.
    Same with temperaments -- again, the individuals you are working with will be important.
    There is a TON of Gaff/Larum and KOR out there.
  3. pitbullsareteddies

    pitbullsareteddies Big Dog Premium Member

    Well, that breeding didn't work out, and I wound up using another Gaff/Larum dog, so it's all good. I want to keep the current average size. My bitch is 45#, and the stud I used is about 55-60#. Excitement is rampant in anticipation of this litter! It has been a long time coming. Thanks for replying! :)

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