April 23, 2014

How much can I sell purebred no papers Pittbull puppies for?

Question by pit bull lover: How much can I sell pure bred Pitt bull puppies for with no papers?
I don’t have papers on my 2 pure bred Pitt bulls. They had puppies, how much should I sell them for?

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Answer by ~Jordan S~
$ 150 seems fine.

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  1. lilpitbullLover says:

    not everyone has the money for papers or like what happened to my pit during birth they die so how would you get papers on a pit showing full breed if they are dead…. ? Oh wait you can't so stop being ignorant about it. Mine was a Tennessee red nose pit, for all those who do not know what that is, it is a pit that is not commonly breed and when they are they are hard to come by. You can sell them for more than $150 a pup if the person is willing to buy them and these "pit bulls" that the shelters get are not full breeds they are mixed and have aggression problems or problems with children because of abuse or lack of care ect. maybe instead of staying on here all the time and saying this or that go to a vet and get the right answers.

  2. david swank says:

    Pitbulls are a dime a dozen even grandmothers own them now. It is all about the pedigree now. In my home town of syracuse ny you can pick them up daily at about 25-50 bucks a piece.

  3. david swank says:

    Actually papers is what gives the dogs their value. No papers means you cant prove what they are. They could be bully and pit and just look like a big pit. Its the papers that proves their pedigree. If i was to buy a pit with no papers i wouldent pay more that 50-100 bucks. Plus if the parents have no papers they are only worth 50 no more.

  4. i just had to comment on the negativity about pitbulls. i inherited a blue pit when she was 1 she is now 3 and she is the most lovable dog i have ever owned. she thinks she is a lap dog and needs hugs and loves to cuddle. she wouldn't hurt a fly (well maybe a fly – she likes to try to catch them as they fly by). even new people that come to the house, she looks scary, but goes up to them only in friendliness. we had a police officer at the house even comment, i thought pits were mean, she is a big baby. yes she is and we love her.

  5. to answer your question unlike most of the other people who seem to just want to complain about what you do u can get about 150 dollars and do it quickly. please do try to be sure they go to a good home and to all the people that say to fix your dog screw yall if you want to cut your junk off thats your decision u have no rite to decide that for your dog. you should just be able to pay enough attention to your dog to keep it from mating. how would you feel if some one just out of the blue drove you to a strange pace with strange people and put you to sleep and then when you woke up had nothing but a scar where your junk was. think about that before you go running your mouth again.and the reason so many pits r in the shelters is because of PEOPLE remember that it is not the dogs fault. i do believe that you should find at least ten responsible people who r willing to put the time and effort into loving a pitbull before breeding so that you wont have the problem of finding homes for them. there r those still out there with enogh love in them to accept a puppie you just have to put in the effort to find them. i wish you and your pitbulls the best of luck.

  6. ninjaaa! says:

    How do you know they are purebred if you don't have papers for them? Your breeder told you? If your breeder tells you that your dog is purebred without showing you his or her pedigree and the registration papers of your dog's parents, that breeder is an irresponsible breeder. Likewise, if you sell these pups as purebred dogs when you don't have papers on their parents or a pedigree, you are an irresponsible breeder.

    Basically: If they don't have papers, you can't prove that they are purebred. If you can't prove they are purebred, you have to sell them as mutts. Not more than $ 100 per pup.

    If you were irresponsible enough to bring these pups into the world, then at least start being responsible now.

    Each puppy sold should be sold as a mixed breed dog and not a purebred. If you can get hold of an AKC registration form and a correct, signed pedigree for each pup, you can sell them as purebreds. A health record of immunization and parasite control, as well as a feeding regimen should be written out and also verbally explained to every buyer.

    Carry out screening interviews on each buyer to ascertain the facilities available at the dog's new home. Ask about whether the whole family wants a dog, who is going to be responsible for what, where will it sleep, how much exercise will you give it, etc. Do not sell if you get inappropriate answers.

    Then, be sure to follow up on every puppies placed for at least the first year, and should be willing to help place the puppy in another home if the original buyer is unable to keep it.

  7. NatrGrrl says:

    enough to spay and neuter your male and female so you can stop being a backyard breeder.

  8. steve k says:

    without papers how can you prove they are pure breed? comsidering now a days it would be EXTREMELY hard to find a "pure breed". everyone one is add this and that to the breed to get bigger heads, bigger bodies, more gameness, etc… any "pitbull" that gets over 55lbs and taller than 19" is not pure.

    if you want to set a price high to make sure the new owners will take care of it. forget about it. during undercover work to bust fighting rings i have seen people pay upto $ 10,000 for 1 dog. just to fight it. so high prices will not drive the bad owners away

  9. Not a lot, if you let the new owners know about them being purebreds I suggest you show them copies of the parents' papers and let the new owners know that they COULD get them papers if they wanted to. Otherwise, it makes you look like an irresponsible breeder. [not sayin you are just passin along info]

  10. xoxoPetsxoxo says:

    Pit bulls can pretty be found anywhere and everywhere for sale and unfortunately thousands are being put down every year because good, responsible, trustworthy homes can not be found for them. It's a tough call to say how much to sell them for…go too cheap and you will probably have many people who want to buy but will it be a good home or someone who wants a pit bull for what ever reason, price too high and you may not get any callers, including one that may a great home. If you have the parent(s) to the pups I would definitely use the money you may get from the pups and get the parents fixed.

  11. jordie0587 says:

    take the whole litter to be spayed/neutered and given shots and then sell them for whatever you end up spending because since there is no proof they are "purebred" and pitbulls arent "purebreds" anyway (pitt bull is a TYPE of dog, not a breed), they aren't worth anything more than the cost of spay/neuter and shots.

  12. $ 100-$ 300 since there are many in shelters, but if their temperaments are good then $ 300 max would seem reasonable.

  13. puppy.lover13 says:

    Is that why you let you Pitt bulls breed? For money? You don't care at all that the majority of the pups your dogs have end up being put down?
    Sick…
    I don't normally state so strongly my feelings about these sorts of things, but please…
    There are so many dogs that are considered "dangerous" who don't and will never have decent homes, and who will likely die by cage in a shelter. I'm not saying that Pitbulls MUST be dangerous… I'm saying that that is normally how they are bred and trained. That's why people fear them, and when they grow up, the family doesn't want them anymore or whatever.
    It's so sad to me that you would let these little lives be created and then let them be so hated in the end. . . b/c in the end – that is what will happen to them.
    …and all of it to make a tiny amount of money. Sick!

  14. Maybe you should stop breeding your dogs for money. Or for any reason. If your dogs don't have papers, what the hell is the point in breeding them? To create MORE pits? Exactly what the world needs.

    I suggest you go volunteer in a kill-shelter and see how many "pure-bred pits" are put down daily because of media's constant attack on the "big, dangerous carnivorous machine". Pit Bulls are sweet, loving dogs, but with 27 MILLION homeless dogs, 16 million of which will be put to sleep this year alone, they are also not in high demand. Please, fix your pits and never consider creating another litter.

    Also: You have a bit more research to do. There is no such thing as a "Pure-bred Pit Bull". The pit bull breed includes pit bull terriers, staffordshire terriers and the like.

  15. A dog without papers is NOT purebred. A dog that is not registered or cannot be registered, cannot be called purebred.. There is no proof, no registration papers to prove what you are saying, nothing to prove the background. Dogs without papers, without registration, are mixed breed dogs. plain and simple.. They are only worth about $ 50 at very most.

  16. Nandina says:

    The cost of spaying and neutering, because they're not worth much. Certainly nothing "special". You should also spay and neuter your own dogs. Especially since you don't even know how to spell the breed name.

  17. qzosgirl says:

    I think it would depend on the area you lived in and how high of a demand there is for that breed there. In S.C. pits with papers go for around 350-450. So, I wouldn't expect to get more than 200 for them.

  18. On the Radio Uh Oh says:

    You should GIVE them to caring, pre-screened, loving homes.

    Most anyone willing to pay for a pure-bred isn't going to pay without papers and family history.

  19. Have you vaccinated them, if so $ 200. If not no more than $ 150.

  20. ♥catsndogsrth says:

    enough to spay and neuter your pits, gods sake look how many are in shelters already

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