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Current Red Nose American Pit Bull Terrier Puppies For Sale
"Dottie" will be bred to "Ravage" her next heat.
When two dogs are bred together, the personality comes from the parents down to the puppies just like the looks. Ravage is from Pandora and Thaylen. Pandora is such a sweet dog that she tried to nurse a baby boy, groomed a cat, as well as has such a huge heart that she would swim with seals in the ocean. The soring spirit of Ravage comes from Pandora. Someone once asked me which dog was my favorite. I was a little taken back and not sure how to answer. Than I mentioned that one of Pandoras' nicknames is "favorite", so I guess that speaks for itself. Ravage is tight bred Pandora blood (and he is Coppers' sibling).
For info on Ravages' sire Thaylen, click on him name to be brought to his page. The short of it is that Thaylen is ALL BULLDOG
The combination of Pandora and Thaylen created a almost bullet proof dog. Ravage came to close to a horse once who did not like him. Bam! The horse kicked Ravage right in his head. No vet trip was needed and Ravage found a new respect for horses. Ravage is a wonderful house dog. He has had land to keep critters off of and was known to keep Mt. Lions' in check and keep them off of his owners large parcel. After all his mom Pandora would tree a bear if she found one and his dad Thaylen is absolutely fearless.
Like all of our dogs, Ravage loves kids and has shown an immense passion for people. He could be handful when younger and the pups he has will need (like all APBTs'), a stable, loving environment where there is a clear head of the household. Ravage is a great dog, but at just about 55 lbs. he is still a beast. If there is an American Pit Bull Terrier in the house and the owners do not take the dominate position, the Bull Dog will. They like to "work" for their owner, however they need a clear leader or they will try and run the house. Sometimes its as if they think that they are human.
"Copper" will be bred to "TBo" (reg. name Lightfoot) her next heat.
*click his name to go to TBos' Page*
Copper is from Thaylen (registered name Spotted Devil) and Pandora (reg name Smpervirens). She is Ravages sister and litter-mate. For detailed info on Copper click on her name above.
From 5 generations of time and effort we have the ideal representation of the traditional red nose American Pit Bull Terrier. Lightfoot (call name TBo) is extra human friendly, not to large, smart and athletic with a great sense of humor.
A pup from Lightfoot just won "Best in Show at the ADBA shows in TX. As well, last year, one of out pups from TBo took"first place puppy" at the American Dog Breeders Association Tri State ADBA show in the NY/NJ area three days in a row from three different judges. Go Lightfoot! As well, late last year, we had males in TX and CA (also from Lightfoot) take first and second place wins at ADBA shows.
Humboldt Pit Bulls has had the privilege of our red nose pit puppies being on the cover of the ADBA Gazette, the American Dog Breeders Association Calendar, as well as other accomplishments.
I have people ask me about "fixing" their dog. Some things in life have no clear answer. However, here are a few experiences to help you reach your own "answer" to the question of if "fixing" a dog is the right thing to do for you:
-I have seen dogs fixed before a year of age and never fully develop.
-Tonka was kind of "fat" while he was young. He is lean Tonka now. It took over 3 years to lose his baby fat!! I just do not think he ever would have developed to be so lean if he was fixed before 3 years of age. However, his huge size is rare.
Most dogs are fixed. Every dog in my house (and we had a lot) growing up was fixed. The Dobermans' that we owned both developed cancer, however who knows if it had anything to do with being altered. Altering a dog is a personal decision. It does not make the dog a different breed (ie. make a male APBT less dominate).
If you are interested in red nose Pit Bull puppies for sale in California email email@example.com., or you may call Tim at (707)822-2343 .