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Do you think these are pure pitts

Discussion in 'Dogs - Pit bull breeds specific' started by keceip1, Dec 5, 2004.

  1. keceip1

    keceip1 New Member

    I was looking at this web page and wasn't quit sure if these dogs were full blood or not some of there faces look a little saggy. The web site is

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    Also is it possible for some of these people who pass off mixed breeds, mastiffs or american bulldogs to get papers for there dogs as pitt bulls?
     
  2. these dont look like full blooded pits.. but i could be wrong since these dogs are full of muscule, and there ears are cropped it looks like very short.. they kinda looks like fighters from what i've seen on Animal Cops.. because how short their ears are.... but again i could be wrong, but Cane Corso's ears are short like that..
     
  3. True_Pits

    True_Pits New Member

    Can u just post some pics from the site, or PM me the site addy.

    Yes its very simple for them to get papers thats how they've been doing it all the long, no harder then hanging papers for pure dogs.
     
  4. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    I too would like to see photos and please PM me with the website.
     
  5. True_Pits

    True_Pits New Member

    Thx for the PM. I'm going to post a few pics from the site. If thats ok? I think we're allowed to do that.

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    There is a few. They aren't pure pits at all. The first one looks like some Cane Corso mix and/or maybe some Chevy blood. They all look like they have some sort of mastiff blood in them.

    lol they look nothing like fighters, they look like mutts for sure, all of them are big currs. We all know how game those big blue ones are, hehe.

    A fighter might look something like this
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    GR CH @ 58lbs and thats really pushing it because most are UNDER 50lbs in the 30-40lbs range. And they usually have natural ears vs cropped.
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    Here is another, they look very different from the first set.


    Those are some big ugly mutts and in no way pure. Thanks for sharing the site. I bet they make a lot of money selling those currs bred for size, I think they're peddlers for sure. If anything they look like weightpullers but I don't think so this person just breeds them just to breed them.
     
  6. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    They defiantely look like a corso mix... maybe some other mastiff influence...
     
  7. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    True, Thanks for posting great examples!!! Awsome dogs!!
     
  8. True_Pits

    True_Pits New Member

    Thank you Max. I've been asked to define the term Cur so I'll do the best I can. Cur can be found in the dictionary by a couple different meanings. A cur in the bulldog world is defined as a dog that quits in the pit/is not game. Any other breed other than an APBT is also considered a cur.

    So those dogs are definatly curs, they have a lot of mastiff influence.
     
  9. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    A lot of dogmen around here also use it as a term to describe a dog, game or otherwise, that bites people.
     
  10. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    The term I've heard used was always used as a "bad" dog. A hunting dog that bites people
     
  11. True_Pits

    True_Pits New Member

    Really? It was kind of common belief of some dogmen that all man biters were curs back in the day. But I think most don't believe that anymore, but wouldn't hesitate to call one a cur because they are man biters and culls, they are inferior as dogs and to the breeding program. Thats just my thought on it.
     
  12. keceip1

    keceip1 New Member

    Thanks for all your input and defining a curr more or less
     
  13. MaxKellyAST

    MaxKellyAST New Member

    Yeah True, Its more of a Euphemism now, than to described one belief about a dogs fighting ability. Though wether a good fighter or not a man biter would have made it impossible to handle in a "sanctioned" fight. Maybe they could have been used to roll another younger up and coming fighter.

    I do not engage in or endorse the sport of dog fighting, this post is only meant to outline, critique, or explain old guard mentalities of those people who have engaged in dog fighting. Owners/breeders on this forum only talk about these things as it pertains to the history and or current status of the breed. None of the American Pit Bull Terrier registries to my knowledge solicit, endorse, contract or "sanction" Dog Fights any Longer.
     
  14. Sara

    Sara New Member

    Not sure we would want this discussion on a public forum do we???

    We know what curr means no reason to go any further than that.
     
  15. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

  16. True_Pits

    True_Pits New Member

    Not impossible just irresponsible and risky, Zebo was handled in a "sanctioned" fight, if I'm taking that you mean a contracted match, he was a GR CH.

    You could if you wanted to, but you shouldn't, the dog should be culled and not used for anything except worm food.
     

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