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Blogger Ka D  |  3/13/2018 8:20 PM  |  Flag  
Power breeds and children do NOT mix. What the hell are they thinking? Pit bulls have NO traits that makes it beneficial to breed them to other dogs either.

Blogger Christy D  |  3/14/2018 6:44 AM  |  Flag  
I don't think anyone on here is surprised by this. "This" being that the dog had pit in it. I suspect there is no lab in this designer dog. Pit people always claim (blame) lab when they try to lie about their dog being a pit. It is amazing how swiftly the rescue claim dogs are labs that are so obviously pits.

Blogger Packhorse  |  3/15/2018 4:43 PM  |  Flag  
The reason so many crossbred dogs have pit blood is that pit bulls are frequently the only dogs that are reliably intact. In an era when most normal dog owners have accepted spay/neuter, pit owners are once again outliers, with barely a quarter of all pits altered.

If you are a person who wishes to breed your dog--especially if you are a backyard breeder who's not associated with traditional responsible breeding channels, you can pretty much guarantee that you can find an intact pit at anytime with which to breed your animal.

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