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Red Nose Pit
Current Red Nose American Pit Bull Terrier Puppies For Sale
Second will be bred to Ravage her next heat. Puppies will be avail early 2018
Second, registered name Brandy Girl, had puppies that took first place at the American Dog Breeders Association in three different locations. At the NY/NJ show, the TX show, as well as in CA. The pup in TX also won "Best of Show"!
Second is VERY athletic and comes from some of the best old school American Pit Bull Terriers that walked the Earth, however that is not the best attribute about her. She is extremely loving and smart. Those are her best qualities. Second is named Second because she is just like her Grandma Pandora. Second gets her call name because she is "Pandora the Second". She is the happiest in the water. These dogs swim better than Labs.
Betty will be bred to Ravage her next heat. Puppies will be avail early 2019
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 firstname.lastname@example.org., or you may call Tim at (707)822-2343 .