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what is the best way to go about finding a bitch to breed my american pitbull terrier with? what kind of things do I need to know/do? should I just put a ad in the newspaper? My dog has papers and is a purple ribbon champ, I don't want to stud him out to just anyone, he is a good looking dog and and a very good temperment. I paid $1700 for him when he was a pup, I'm sure that his puppies will go for that much or higher. Any information and feedback you have will be greatly appreciated and helpful.

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Put your flame suit on!!!!!

I'm going to be nice though. But brace yourself when the others read this thread!

Here's a couple of questions to think about :D
What makes your dog breed worthy?
Have you gotten and health testings done?
Does your dog have any titles?
How old is your dog?
WHY do you want to breed your dog?
 

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usually it is the owners of the b-witch that come to you. usually because your dog is accomplished, has achieved titles and championships and has impeccable health and temperament. you could place an add but ask yourself .. why would someone with a high quality female want to breed with your boy? what has he done to prove himself breedworthy?
 

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I paid $1700 for him when he was a pup, I'm sure that his puppies will go for that much or higher.
PLEEEESE, don't do it for the money! Do it to better the breed, there are
way too many good quality pits at any given shelter.
 

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My suggestion is NOT to put an ad in the paper, but to advertise his availability in your local breed club. Demand the same qualifications in the bitch as you have in your male, and produce like puppies. Contact the breeder you got him from, see if they have a bitch they would like to breed to him, or any other bitch that they have produced.

Get all his health testing done, and campaign him in Bloodlines and with the breed clubs if you are seriously wanting to breed him.
 

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start hitting some show's and event's like weight pulling , conformation event's sporting and what ever else you can go to ... meet people and there dog's ask a lot of question's enter you pup in as manny event's as you can and if you dog is all that they will ask you and come to you :wink: cheers
 

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CowBella said:
My suggestion is NOT to put an ad in the paper, but to advertise his availability in your local breed club. Demand the same qualifications in the b-witch as you have in your male, and produce like puppies. Contact the breeder you got him from, see if they have a b-witch they would like to breed to him, or any other b-witch that they have produced.

Get all his health testing done, and campaign him in Bloodlines and with the breed clubs if you are seriously wanting to breed him.
Would be great if everyone would just supply answers like this one. :idea: :idea: :idea:
 

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it really is cool to see people act like adults when replying to people that want to get into the breeding circle.

To the OP, just like everyone said. Just because you bought your dog from great lines, does not mean you have a dog that should be bred. Do your research(i am not into breeding so i dont know where to get it tested)get your dog tested for any health problems. Go to a local club and get your dog involved in as many types of competitions as possible. Unless you are just in it for the money, all of these are possible if you think your dog is breed worthy. However if you are just trying to make a quick buck, you are doing nothing but adding to the pet overpopulation if you put your stud in the paper and get any b-witch unproven dog. Like many have said, studs have people come to them, they dont have to go to other people.
 

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The initials "PR" does not mean your dog is a "champ" nor does it mean your dog has what it takes to be a "champ" in any regards. All it means is that your dogs's past 3 generation dogs have been registered with the UKC. Whoopadeedo.

Other people have answered your question for you.

1. What has your dog DONE that has determined him breedworthy? Has he been shown & does he have his "Ch" title? Has he acheived his "Ace" title through weightpull? Is he a working hog dog? Or does he just look "cool" & is "nice" & has a working penis.
2. You should NEVER have to put an ad in a newspaper to find a bitch to breed to, to find a stud to breed to, or to sell a litter of puppies. People who do this are your typical bybs & peddlers & those who couldn't give a damn about the dogs but are just looking for an easy dollar. If your stud is that great, REPUTABLE people with amazing show & working dogs would be banging down your door. And no, some dude hollering out the car windo "Hey man, that a pit? He's tight. Wanna breed with my girl? She's a Boudreaux/Gator Mouth/Blue line pit" doesn't count.
3. Plain & simple, neuter your dog & stay out of the breeding arena.
 

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well thanx for all of the info, i appreciate it. it is really an eye opener, I didn't realize that there was so much involved in studding out your dog, and I definitely am not doing it for the money. I feel that I have a good dog with a good temperment and wanted to share that with people. Lol it is funny to me to have people think that I would want to stud him out for money, just because I am not that type of person, but I know there are alot of people out there like that so I take no offense. But again thanks for all the info, if I do stud him out, I definitley want to do it the right way and your comments helped alot.
 

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Miakoda said:
The initials "PR" does not mean your dog is a "champ" nor does it mean your dog has what it takes to be a "champ" in any regards. All it means is that your dogs's past 3 generation dogs have been registered with the UKC. Whoopadeedo.
I had no idea that "PR" was so meaningless. To me it sounded like he had earned however many points in conformation. Good to know. :thumbleft:
 
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