ok i have a blue razors egde75% york25% female and im thinking of breeding her with a 11 year old patricks/heinzle dog game tested many times never been stopped, my blue female is not game tested. what should i expect form this breeding, and the male patricks is brindle color?
i am not breeding fighting they are not line bred the patricks did get rolled a few time but its a nice dog he doesnt attack everything it sees , he good wit kids and smaller dogs he only attacks when another dog threats him . my blue female is pr. york /razors edge so how is that fighting dogs a show dog/ mixed wit a game dog.
screw all of u i told yall i dont fight my dogs but you just gotta insult me i been dealin wit pitbull since i was 11 years old and i never fought them i was just asking for an opinion not insults so if you aint got nothing to say thats gonna help me save the insults.
To answer your question your'd probably end up with no litter or puppies that have deformaties or other health problems.
Dogs shouldn't be bred after 10 years of age and even then you are pushing it for healthy strong seman.
Then if you do have puppies your going to probably be stuck with them. Since most people don't like pits, there are becoming illegal in more and more places and it is getting harder and harder to find places to live that will allow them.
Plus with them having a fighting back ground you would probalby also be looking at law suits later in the puppies lives.
Uhh.. that is completely false. And I find it offending. I happen to love pit bulls and I don't know anyone that doesn't. What I don't like... or more like hate, is idiots like this one breeding dogs with known aggression. Again, SHAME ON YOU!
And no, in these days there is NO NEED to fight them except for greed. Put them in shutzhund (spelling?) or weight pulling, something that doesn't require abuse and death. Alot of pits make awesome therapy dogs, police dogs, and military dogs. They don't need to fight.
***Edited By: thelifeofriley on 1/23/2007 1:28:35 PM*** Reason: add