tonya_m_sims: How much does a full blood red nose Pit Bull cost?
My Pit Bull just had puppies 3 days ago and when they come of age I want to sell them but I'm not sure about the red nose pitbull price. I know that they are not cheap.
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Answer by brian smith 08
A full blood red nose pitbull costs around $ 500. before selling make sure that they had no animal police records for fighting dogs.
Answer by Em
I would pay however much the adoption fee at the animal shelter is…which is probably where those pitbull puppies will end up if they aren't fought to the death or chained outside for the rest of their life.
Answer by bulldogges_4_me
Here we go again with another back yard breeder. Personally, I would not buy for a pit bull from a BYB. Do you have ANY idea how many dogs ESPECIALLY pit bulls DIE every day in shelters, and at the hands of cruel owners? Please screen the homes that you put those babies in !!!
Answer by Armin
Damn people be bitching around... Nobody asked for any opinion...
And bc nobody is able to give you an answer, ill do it... You can surely ask for a purebred red nose pit bull at least 500-1000 dollars... The more they pay for the dogs the more likely they will take care of them and treat them right... That's all I can say.
Answer by m.miller
You people need to calm down and keep your opinionated comments and accusations to yourself. they just asked for some help on what they could possibly get for there pups not to be subjected to being called a b.y.b etc and I'd like to say I am not an expert but I was always told growing up that something is only worth what somebody is willing to pay you for it, regardless of what some book or website says..
Anyway having said that I have seen pure pups “hopefully” no papers go for around $250-$300 and with papers for around $500-$1200 for chinamen and other bloodlines the last pup I had bought with no papers was about $300 I believe and he was better looking than some of the dogs with papers so the paper does not guarantee anything more than the dog is pure going back however many generations
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Answer by Dawn
I paid $250 for my pitbull girl.
Answer by kag
there's just as many labs and mutts in the damn shelter as there a pit bulls retard. if we went by your logic then nobody should have dogs because all they do with them is chain them up. ur retarded. I have 2 pits and they sleep in my room and in my son's room. I also have a shit ton of friends who own pit bulls and none of them are chained to a porch. u wanna bitch about dog owners go yell at all the hound dog owners that only use their dog to hunt 1 or twice a year and the rest of the time they're in a cage.
u dick heads just automatically assume this was a back yard breeder…. could have been at a bbq and the dogs were playing and one got screwed. with no intention of breeding. now this person is asking for information to get rid of the dogs for a fair price. most people who have the money to pay for a papered pit bullies a much better chance they have the means to take care of it. why give a dog to a broke person u can't afford to own it. makes no sense.
Answer by Tayler
I would say 1000-1500 dollars for a Pit Bull puppy so that he doesn't get into the wrong hands and end up his life being a fighting dog.
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Bobbie Jolliff says
I have a 4 month old red nose pit whats he worth without papers
You may also want to read the discussion How much can I sell my unregistered pit bull puppies for?
I will never calm down as long as bully dogs are overbred, overrepresented in shelters, and over-euthanized. No, labs are not represented as much as bully dogs in shelters. Not by a long stretch. Gather some ethics.
“Pit bulls and pit bull mixes average about 33% of shelter intakes nationally, but in large cities, the numbers are as high as 40%-65%. About 75% of municipal shelters euthanize pit bulls immediately upon intake, without them ever having any chance at adoption. Those that are offered for adoption are usually the first chosen for euthanasia when overcrowding forces the shelter’s hand and decisions have to be made.
Studies estimate that up to 1 million pits are euthanized per year, or 2,800 per day. Some estimates are up to double that number. In the Los Angeles area alone, 200 per day are put to sleep. A study by the organization Animal People reports a 93% euthanasia rate for pit bulls and only one in 600 pits finding a forever home.
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I have a red nose shes 4 months so lovable thats my baby