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Big Pits.....

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by puregame, Jun 19, 2004.

  1. Crash97

    Crash97 Top Dog

    I think the larger size can be attributed to a lot of peoples belief that bigger is better, so they breed biggest to biggest, not best to best...
  2. dbraun

    dbraun Pup

    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 9, 2004
  3. Bubba

    Bubba Top Dog

    DBRAUN.........is that the big mofo you had in the back of your yard when we dropped off the Virgil pup for ya?? Hows the Virgil pup doing? Hope all is well.

  4. swamp

    swamp Pup

    I have a 73 lb male chinaman/cowboy, redboy male that is 2 yrs. I like small to medium pits and larger but the 90lbs and up are too big! Do you all feel that bigger pits are not conformation material for shows?
  5. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    Not in the ukc lol
  6. XxKonnectionsxX

    XxKonnectionsxX Top Dog

    Me and my dad had a discussion about these so called giant pits and the conclusion we came to makes a lot of sense. And plus he has a friend that does this. I think it takes about 10 generations to produce. All they are doing is taking a Mastiff and a pitbull and breeding them. When the pups are born they are bred back in with another pit and they keep doing it and doing it and doing it until they produce what looks like a huge giant pitbull. I saw one the other day and I was like holy shit. It looked just like a pitbull but its feet and legs were so huge. Plus he walked and ran just like a mastif would, but he just looked like a giant pit. Very pretty dog, but damn he was huge. He was maybe about 120 or more. He was a big boy. Even his sisters were huge. If I can get a pic I'll post one so you can see what I'm talking about.
  7. Crash97

    Crash97 Top Dog

    Sounds like the guy is attempting to produce Bandogs. Bandogs are often produced by using, pit/Neo. Mastiff. The original Bandog was used to protect estates from intruders, and poachers.
  8. XxKonnectionsxX

    XxKonnectionsxX Top Dog

    Hmm..I didn't know that. Damn I learn something everyday. Well in that case you know what I'm talking about. I mean these dogs are huge. You have to see them. Their feet look almost the size of a man's fist. I would really hate to get attacked by one of those dogs..lol and I feel sorry for whoever walks on his place too. He has a couple of them running loose on his 50 acres.
  9. puregame

    puregame Big Dog

    I know quite a few people that are into these 'Bandogs' using ab's, rotts, and mastiffs then breeding them back into apbts to get the drive that most apbt's have.

    ... but what about those pits that are not bandogs that are of larger size? Most people concider 65lbs and up a big dog.

  10. When apbt's are bred to weigh more than 45-75 lbs. they are not true apbt's. Though the dogs have evolved to have a little more muscle mass than the original old school pit's that were only weighed about 35-55 lbs; they are not supposed to be that big. Those dogs are probably american bulldogs.
  11. Marty

    Marty Banned

    here you go guy's a big 1 I found

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  12. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    what about the big ass lowrider dogs....the ones that weigh 80-90lbs and are like 16" tall? now those things look HUUGE. some english bulldog thrown in somewhere with some AB?
  13. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    here's a few examples....16-17" 96 and 98lbs
  14. Marty

    Marty Banned

    Damn them some big dogs [​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG]
  15. Crash97

    Crash97 Top Dog

    Is that white one full pit, or mixed?
  16. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    that's what I'm trying to figure out, don't look anything like an APBT to me but they are both UKC registered and making a fortune for their owner. $2500-$4000 for a pup.

    They look like freaks to me.....
  17. XxKonnectionsxX

    XxKonnectionsxX Top Dog

    I've seen those pictures before. This is the website that has them.

  18. B-I-Z

    B-I-Z Big Dog

    yeah thats them, saw another website with freaky lookin dogs too. thinks it's goodfellas kennels or somethin
  19. DRAGON28

    DRAGON28 Pup

    that stuff aint bred for perf i wouldnt own it looks like it cant breathe
  20. Crash97

    Crash97 Top Dog

    LOL......just about about same thing I was gonna say. Although, it would be perfect for an English Bulldog owner wanting something a little more athletic.

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