Thomas B: How does a dog owner make his own champion bloodline?
Pitbulls, Red Nose Pitbulls, and Blue Nose Pitbulls
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Answer by chetco
By showing any dogs used for breeding in UKC shows..and not breeding until they have earned their championship..Of course, all would have to be first registered with UKC..If you need to know where shows or UKC clubs are near you, just email me..
the other option, is to buy UKC champions to begin with..and then show the pups, to prove that the two families of champions will produce champions.
Answer by GitEmGang
You appear to know NOTHING about the word "CHAMPION"! Since all you're doing is listing COLORS!!! LOL
You don't just decide to CALL anything that,IT *MUST BE EARNED*!!!!
In the SHOW RING,in the FIELD!!!
*EARNED*!!! By LOTZ of KNOWLEGEABLE JUDGES pronouncing the dog FIT to called by that TITLE!!
Answer by pammie
By buying 2 Champion offspring adults/sire/dam..
Breeding them & producing your own show puppy.
That show puppy will be your:HOMEBRED/KENNEL NAME. But, you must show & finish that puppy to His Championship to go up the ladder.
IT IS VERY COSTLY…….
Answer by Ronni F
I think instead of worrying about how to "make" a bloodline you need learn a lot more about the breed you want…..then if your only reason to breed is to make money you need to just find your dogs new,responsible owners ….the last thing we need are more backyard,irresponsible,people breeding dogs that are not breed standard !!!!DONT BREED OR BUY WHILE SHELTER ANIMALS DIE !!!!!
Answer by Rohan in reply to Ronni F
Yeah why buy and breed while the strays are dying?
Answer by MaryLoo
Wiki: Old Family Red Nose (OFRN) is an old strain of American Pit Bull Terriers known for their specific reddish coloration. A dog of the red-nosed strain has a copper-red nose and coat, red lips, red toe nails, and red or amber eyes. Also: blue nose pitbulls don't always have a blue nose. They can actually sport a blue nose, a red nose or a black nose. It’s not something that’s completely blue all the time. In fact it’s not even considered an imperfection to have a blue nose pitbull without a blue nose. Each one is considered part of the blue nose breed even without the blue nose.
Answer by dbackbarb
First you have to win championships with your dogs, then their offspring will be considered champion bloodline.
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