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American Pit Bull Terrier Dog Breeders using Sorrells,Garners,Crenshaws and Woods Snooty to Create Show Quality APBTs' with Working Ability

The red nose American Pit Bull Terriers' that we have come from proven blood lines, are show quality and have super confirmation. The pedigree is a quality combination of Sorrell's, Garners, Crenshaws and Woods Snooty. Cypress ,or Cupressus (registered name), is certified to have good quality hips with no sign of desplacia by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA# PBT-245G29F-PI). One of the Pitbull pictures the ADBA used from our pedigree was turned into a magnet.

Having the ADBA make a magnet with only  Humboldt Pit Bulls puppies on it shows that our dogs are a super example of traditional red nose APBT's
The Pitbull pics were of Cypress and her litter of red nose Pit Bull puppies. The magnet was given to every attendee at the American Dog Breeders Association (ADBA) convention in March 2003 in Las Vegas NV. The litter come from Crenshaw, Woods, Garners, Sorrells and OFR.

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Click the photo of Chisel above and the photo of Cypress to the right.

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As American Pit Bull Terrier dog breeders, we had three Pit Bull puppies from Cypressus' litter were used to make a character education film for California by Morse Media (see top photo). This three minute film was played on FOX, Nickelodeon, The Family Channel, Animal Planet and the Cartoon Network. As dog breeders dedicated to keeping the APBT in a good image, we accepted no payment. The ADBA's American Pit Bull Terrier Gazette has a picture of a litter from Cypress on the front cover of their spring 2003 issue. We breed our dogs for temperament first. Each one is a well behaved intelligent American Pitbull.

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One of the Pit Bull puppies from Cypress and Chisels' litter won "Best Old Family Red Nose". Another Pitbull dog from us took first place at the ADBA Pitbull Terrier dog show located at The Dalles OR in 2004. At that OR dog show is where I met Dave Miles from Miles of Bulls Kennels. Dave was one of the many people who came to the show with their camping gear and stayed at The Dalles Park where the American Pit dog show was taking place. There is ample camping at the Park. Mountains and rolling hills are abound with plenty of hiking trails. Basically, its a great place to watch a Pitbull dog show and weight pulling event. If you have not seen a weight pulling event, you are missing out. The American Pit Bull Terrier is a weight pulling machine. Just check out You Tube and watch some videos of them in action. Add key words like "Pitbulls red nose" to see a red nose APBT in action.

Each Pitbull dog pulls weight different. Some will go from left to right as they are pulling. Some will pull in spurts and then slow down. Some dogs will be walking in air as the owner is placing him at the starting point. And, now and then, some will not pull at all.

 

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Well, back the the story of my Pit Bull kennel (its more of a strain of dogs, I do not keep any dogs in Pitbull kennels). Dave had these little red-nosed APBTs'. They were between 35 and about 40 lbs. I was amazed at the little guys. They were all very good looking and well behaved. Dave was well known in The Dalles during their dog shows. He had been going to the American Pitbull shows (and winning) for years. Its been 30 years since Dave first started breeding the American Pit Bull Terrier. He has made many friends in the "dog world". Dave once said that if he could, he would just travel the US and go to American Pit Bull Terrier dog shows meeting people and showing his dogs. All of Dave's 30 years of experience went into the creation of his stud dog Trailer Trash. He is a traditional looking APBT, just look at the similar body structure to Garners Ch Chinaman.

Here is CH Trailer Trash and and Garners CH Chinaman shown together. American Pit Bull Terrier stud dog has Woods Snooty Garners Chinaman.

 

The red nose American Pit Bull Terrier is one of a kind. In order to
create Trailer, Dave took his lines and added the best ADBA registered show lines and pull lines. The combination speaks for itself. Now when Carver was born, he was out of Trailer from "top and bottom". The "Top" is the dads side and the "Bottom" is the moms side. The OFR (Old Family Red Nose American Pit Bull Terriers') have been established by keeping the genes tight. Color is a by product, not the goal, however the red color in the APBT is a recessive gene and is only available as a strain because of countless close breeding's.

 

Grand Champion show APBT with Crenshaw, and Woods Snooty in their APBT ADBA registered pedigree.
"Grand Champion" Scruffy (RIP) was a great American Pit Bull Terrier. He lived up to the expectations that his forefathers left for him. He won in the only ring that these dogs should currently be in, the show ring. I have great respect for the ancestors of Scruffy and all of the other pure bred American Pit Bull Terriers, however the athleticism that these dogs grace us with should not be used in dog fighting! This is an important part of their PAST, not the present or future. Now I feel these dogs should be able to use their gameness in swimming with seals as well as climbing trees.
The top half (sire) of "Grand Champion" Scruffy is Williams' Champion Eightball. Eightball is a Pitbull terrier that is almost entirely from Morris Carvers' bloodlines (almost every pure breed APBT has some of Morris Carvers dogs in them).
 
Eightball has some super Pitbulls in his pedigree. Please take the time to view it (he has plenty of Woods Snooty in him as well as some Crenshaws "CH" Honeybunch). The dame for Scruffy was Williams' "Champion" Meika. She, like Eightball, is Pitbull terrier heavy on the Woods' and Garners'. They were quite the match.
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Victorino's Rebel Red Ace has been photographed in perfect form. This dog is a specimen of the American Pit Bull Terrier that our ancestors intended. Talk about a red, red nose (this refers to the nose color and hair color, as well as the color of eyes and toenails). He is pure red (with just a little white on his chest). Victerino has bred great APBTs'. I am thankful that he let my favorite dog of all of the dogs he produced (Rebels Red Ace) bred with Dave's little red, red nose (Freckles). "Grand Champion I Ace of Ace" Victorino's Rebels Red Ace was featured in the centerfold of The American Dog Breeders Association (ADBA) Pit Bull Gazette in the Fall 2005 Issue. Thanks Victorino's!
Red Nose American Pit Bull Terrier Puppies for sale quality combination of proven blood lines. This photo of Pandora with her big red eyes.
Ok, Trailer is super. That's not the end of the story. Enter Pandora. Chisel and Cypress had a dominate female Pitbull puppy. She was so smart that if someone came by to look at Pit Bull puppies for sale, Pandora would run into the house so she would not be "picked". I told her she would stay with me and gave her the nick name "stayen". Pandora has eyes that will look deep into your soul.
Pandora was a beautiful Pit Bull puppy that was agile with great form. Pandora reminded me of her dad Chisel. Both Pandora and her dad took several years to fill out. When young, the American Pitbull tends to stay slender. As they get older, the APBT is better off under fed than over fed. Yep, Pandora was similar to her dad. Big "tigers eye" colored eyes, a long Terrier frame (super for swimming, climbing trees and running) and a huge heart (wanting nothing more than to play, preferably with children). The APBT loves the playful, high energy of children. Pandora is one of the sweetest dogs that ever walked the Earth. Her bark when watching the house would not let you know that. She sounds like her dad Chisel. Pandora would make a good hunting dog. She has only had a couple of run ins' with a skunk, but she has the nose and the drive of a good hunting/tracking dog.
Trailer and Pandora had one hell of a litter of Pitbull puppies for sale. They were born on 6-06-06. Addy, one of their puppies, went to San Francisco with a lady who works with children. Guess who gets to come and visit with the kids? Addy the red-nosed American Pit Bull Terrier. Yes, the vicious (just kidding) breed loves children. A male from Pandora and Trailer went to a close friend of mine. I stood back and did not influence his decision at all. Perfect! The puppy that I wanted him to choose, chose him (the puppy chose the owner). Enter Thaylen. Boom!
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Thaylen has the attitude of Chisel and Cypress. Look out. He just wants to go out and have fun. One of his favorite past times is to climb way up trees to get a stick. Watch the Pit Bull video. That dog just loves climbing Coastal Redwood stumps. I told his owner that if I was to stop breeding right then and there, I would be happy with what I had done in creating Thaylen. Talk about smart. Nothing gets past Thaylen.
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How about the famous APBT trait of "talking"? This dog (like most pure bred APBTs') has a whole wide range of barks. This is their way of speaking. Thaylen is a natural stud dog. At 11 months of age a vet tested him for his sperm count. The vet had never seen an 11 month old dog have that high of a sperm count.

Thaylen was the creation of an out cross . He is the one pup that displayed to the fullest extent all of the true qualities of the traditional APBT (both physically and mentally). Don't' get me wrong. All of the pups turned out to be everything a red nose American Pit Bull Terrier should be. It is just that Thaylen, like Pandora, was dominate over his litter mates (never mean, just the regulator, or father figure). He had a little more physical capability than his siblings. Thaylen had the widest shoulders of his siblings (not that I breed for that trait, but it just toped him off perfectly). As far as his attitude, he was always one of my favorites. Thaylen just has a silly demeanor about him. He is just a human boy stuck in a dogs body.

 
If you look into the three main types of breeding 1)inbreeding,
2) line breeding (a form of inbreeding) and 3) outcrossing, you will find that doing an outcross is the only way to introduce a fresh gene pool into a breeding program. If the body types are similar, an outcross may create a some what stable line. However, in general, an outcross is the first step to creating a new "line" of dogs (or any animals for that matter, for instance horses). The next step is to tighten back up gene pool again. This may be done by line breeding or inbreeding (it is not recommended to inbreed unless you are a skilled breeder who has a vast knowledge of biology and DNA - however, inbreeding is very similar to line breeding and the more important consideration is the inbreeding coefficient, or percentage of blood from the ancestors). All animals have been inbred at one time or another, this is how breeds have been created and stabilized throughout history. Hidden genes are exposed by inbreeding and are "brought to the top" in order to be identified and removed by breeding only the animals that do not posses the defective trait.
OK, the biology lesson is over. In order to stabilize my new line of red nose American Pit Bull Terriers, I needed to do some line breeding, to the out cross that I had done. Thaylen is an out cross because his parents Pandora and Trailer have no ancestors' related to each other with in the first 5 generations. I choose to breed Cypress to Thaylen. This is a line breeding of grandmother to grandson. By doing this my "new line" was well on the way to being stabilized. I now have added the super cut form of Dave's dog Trailer to my larger more ranch style dogs. Enter "Little" (Thaylen and Cypresses' pup).
Crenshaw, Woods Snooty, Garners and Sorrells American Pit Bull Terriers are in the pedigree of our dogs here at HumboldtPitBulls.
Wa la!!!!!!
And there is still room in the gene pool for a for a future line breeding with "G/C" Scruffy lines with out the blood lines becoming to close, or inbred. The future breedings of red-nosed American Pit Bull Terriers' will have some similar
grandparents (more line breeding), as well as some inbreeding (in order to keep the gene pool tight - always keeping an eye on the inbreeding coefficient). As the great dog man Bert Sorrells once said "breed'em tight, breed'em right". If you have any questions about breeding, just ask. Please be aware, there is little money (if any) in breeding animals. The life long care of the animal that you are breeding is in your hands, if you breed, be ready for a huge commitment!!
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If you are interested in red nose Pit Bull puppies for sale in California contact tim@humboldtpitbulls.com., or call (707)822-2343 .