Buy a quality male from one line that you like and a female from another quality line that you also like. Breed them, choose a female you like from that litter. Breed them again and keep a male you like from that litter. Breed the kept male and female and do this for a couple of generations and in several years you will have your own line.
Sounds simple doesn't it; but it's not. It takes a lot of work to establish a line and you have to start with a foundation dog and bitch and years of studying and breeding weeding out and back breeding, line breeding, cross breeding years and years to establish your own bloodline.
But you have to start somewhere if this what you really want to do.
Are your pits registered with UKC? The important thing is to breed to an established standard, like UKC standard for pits.First have your dogs evaluated at UKC shows or by any reputable breeder. My best advice is to get a good reputable breeder as a mentor and follow him/her.
"A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself" - Josh Billings
There's really no need for more APBTs in this world. More than enough are dying everyday just because of what breed they are, why create more? Leave it up to the breeders who aren't out to create their own bloodline, who show their dogs and work them.
Dogs cannot sin; that is a privilege exclusively for humans.
I agree with ravennr...because your dogs are greatly built and beautiful, doesn't mean they are of breeding quality..it takes alot more to be a responsible breeder...
Not to mention, there are too many pits without homes out there..instead of making MORE, why not help the problem of over population and allow some of those shelter dogs to be adopted out to a home that might have bought your pup instead?
It takes a time, tons of money, and lots of experience/training to be a reputable breeder...it is not just getting 2 dogs who are "cute" or well-built and putting them together. Tons of tests need to be done and breeding is not for the inexperienced unless there is someone to guide you.
The world does not need more homeless pits (or dogs in general). Enjoy your dogs for the companionship and love they give you and spay/neuter them.
He's your friend,your partner,your defender,your dog.You're his life,his love,his leader. He will be faithful and true to the last beat of his heart.You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion