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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Lunatic.D0g.0n.Premises, Oct 27, 2019.

  1. Hҽყ
    I want to find out my Pitbull's pedigree, bloodline, and all that comes with it. I assume I need to get her a DNA test. After reading what some of the advanced and experienced members of this community wrote I'd like to get some feedback. Also meet some new friends, people who own pitbulls.
  2. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    If she is registered you should be able to get her pedigree from the previous owner. If she has a known bloodline you can see it in her pedigree. I don't think a DNA test will help with the pedigree and bloodline. Most are not reliable and really cannot even tell the breed.
  3. Thanks for your response. That's the thing, she isn't registered and it's been 6 years since we adopted her as a puppy. So there are no connections with the breeder. I figured it be good to do a DNA test to figure out what breed to put her under when we do register her.
  4. oldman

    oldman Little Dog

    The only registry that will put papers on your dog is one that people will laugh at when you show them the papers.
    Every once in a while the ADBA and the UKC will open their books. Or they used to.
    Why do you want papers on your dog. Papers will not make her a better dog.
    There is a place you can register your dog. The one that registers labradoodles and such cross breeds.
    The papers would not be worth the paper it is printed on.
  5. Mister

    Mister Little Dog

    You can’t register as an apbt as you don’t know her parents or the breeder of your dog.

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