chahta_ndn_girl01: How much can I sell my pit bull puppies for if they are not registered?
The mom and dad are both full blood American Pit Bull Terriers but they have no papers.
I dont know what price to ask for these pups when they are old enough to sell.
I will be providing first shots/exams for the pups.
Any one know?
Answer by whatchuknowboutdat
I have a man in my area who sells his unregistered pit bull puppies for $ 100 but some people may sell for more $ $ $ …
Answer by BranDy
Wow…… Well I also breed my red nose,who is part of my family and is loved dearly. She sleeps iny bed every nite. I for sure do not look at my baby girl as a paycheck but…. I want her pups to go to well off families to avoid some of the hood shit thats ben refered to.It isnt free to take care of a litter. The mom and pups had to go for an exam and at 8wks agian for shots. She only had 5pups. They are being sold at 200.00 to 250.00 each. I am keeping pick of the liiet being i am the owner of both their mom and dad. 3 of he 4 left are already sold to good loving families. I am only breeding Melody once. I will have.her fixed after the puppies are done nursing. I know alot of my friends love the breed. They make wonderful additions to any loving family. I hate hearing all the negative feed back for people who probably own a jack russel or a lab and kno nothing about owning , breeding or raising pits.Ive owned these wonderful dogs mwhole life and in fact will never own any other kind of dog. I see nothing wrong with charging an adoption fee. Jus b responsible. I am by NO means running a puppy mill. I jus love my dogs so much i wanted to add to our family and have enjoyed.every second with the new lil babies! ;-)
Answer by sara
Why is it a bad thing for someone who is interested in becoming the puppies owner to check their teeth and paws or ears? You take your dog to the vet and they do the same thing. This my 5th litter of dogs that I have bred, not all being Pit Bulls, but you take the puppies to the vet to get checked like I will at 6 weeks of age before selling, then you will see that the vet checks all of that just to make sure they are healthy before you sell them. You don’t want to sell a sick puppy for $200 to $250. You need to learn your breeding techniques.
Answer by catanne
Yes in shelters pitts are killed (as adults). Most PBs are killed, because they were received as adults and yes, an adult pitt is a risk to buy and have no emotional ties and devotion to any new owner. So there are chances for fearful reactions to any new pwner. This is why a PB is best sought after as a puppy and raised. A PB is much like a human being. You raise ‘em right and get a well socialized productive humanbeing, or you abuse and neglect the human being and watch them grow up to commit acts that bring anguish to anyone around. No one usually adopts an adult human being or a teenager who has been drug through the filth with no guidance and protection from love. Usually a baby with a clean slate is adopted, so your point is crude and unrealistic. Yes, your point is a point of view, but narrow. Any pet is most desireable as a pup. 150.00 to 250.00 is a deal, if the bloodline is known and trusted withoiut papers. With papers, on a deal, 400.00 to 450.00 is common price.
Answer by Pitlover
Wow, you people are hating on a person who clearly loves their dog! You want to hate on pit owners! Screw you man. How about the labs and aggressive labradoodles. They are the most overbred dogs there are. I’m the proud owner of two pits, both from champion lines. Nothing wrong with breeding your dog. Just do it responsibly, and don’t use your dog as a cash crop. Selective breeding to ensure the breed is kept strong is a good thing. You have to treat adopting your pits like adopting out kids. Interview the prospective adopter, or buyer, what ever you want to call them. I have interviewed every single person who has gotten a dog for me and I have their names and numbers still. I never get anyone get a pup if I don’t like them! Also if my dogs don’t like em there’s something wrong with that person. Pits are the best dogs period for a family. You just have to train them right , like any dog. I don’t see you people ragging on the people who own lab kennels, or golden retrievers, or German shepherds. I would trust a pit over all these breeds. Advice to you on price, start out at 200, that will weed out people who can’t afford to feed a pit properly, or to buy a kennel. Don’t “adopt” to anyone you get a bad feeling about. Not one of my dogs has ever been in a pound or abandoned.make sure the home they are going to is he best possible.
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