Types Of Pitbulls Bloodlines

Introducing Muglestons Justice Go to Justice’s pageMuglestons JusticeRegistry: UKCWeight: 100lbsHeight: 18 inchesHead size: 24Color: BlueBloodlines:Pure Muglestons Mugleston’s Hope Go to MuglestonsHope’s pageMugleston’s HopeRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBR. UKC Purple RibbonWeight: 102lbsHeight: 18Head size: 24.5Color: Blue FawnBloodlines:Mugleston’s Mugleston’s Patches Go to MuglestonsPatches’s pageMugleston’s PatchesRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBRWeight: 118lbsColor: Super rare white with blue tickings.

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Bloodlines:Pure Mugleston’s Stella Go to stella’s pageStellaRegistry: UKCWeight: 121lbs.Color: BlueBloodlines:Pure Muglestons Mugleston’s Magnificent Makeda Go to mayhem’s pageMugleston’s Magnificent MakedaRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBR. UKC Purple RibbonWeight: 112lbs.Height: 19.5Color: BlueBloodlines:Pure Mugleston’s Mugleston’s Tiki Cream Go to TikiCream’s pageMugleston’s Tiki CreamRegistry: UKC/ABKCWeight: 153lbsHead size: 26.

5”Color: Champagne and WhiteBloodlines:100% Mugleston’s for generations Mugleston’s Champion Easy Go to EasyWork’s pageMugleston’s Champion EasyRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBR. UKC Purple RibbonWeight: 112lbsColor: Blue and whiteBloodlines:12 generations of Pure Mugleston’s UKC/ABKC Champions Muglestons Omega Go to MuglestonsOmega’s pageMuglestons OmegaRegistry: UKCWeight: 110lbsHeight: 19 inchesHead size: 24 inchesColor: BlueBloodlines:Muglestons Mugleston’s Sasha Go to missbiggy’s pageMugleston’s SashaRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBR.

UKC Purple RibbonWeight: 98lbsHeight: 17.5Bloodlines:Mugleston’s Bloodlines Ashes Go to Ashes’s pageAshesRegistry:Weight: 92lbsHead size:Color: BlueBloodlines:Mugleston’s Mugleston’s Elijah Go to MuglestonsElijah’s pageMugleston’s ElijahRegistry: UKC/ABKCWeight: 108lbsBloodlines:Mugleston’s Bloodlines Mugleston’s Jazz Go to Jazz’s pageMugleston’s JazzRegistry: UKC/ABKC/USBRColor: Blue and whiteBloodlines:Pure Mugleston’s Introducing Muglestons Chesty Go to Chesty’s pageMuglestons ChestyRegistry: UKCWeight: 90lbsHeight: 17Head size: 24Color: BlueBloodlines:Pure Muglestons UKC/ABKC XL Champion Mugleston’s Blue Belle.

Go to MuglestonsBlueBelle’s pageUKC/ABKC XL Champion Mugleston’s Blue Belle.Registry: UKC/ABKC/USBRWeight: 103lbsHeight: 19′.5’Head size: 24Color: BlueBloodlines:Mugleston’s Bloodlines Introducing Mugleston’s Felonious Assault Go to felony’s pageMugleston’s Felonious AssaultRegistry: UKCWeight: 98 lbsColor: Red FawnBloodlines:Pure Mugleston’s Bloodlines Chubby Go to chubby’s pageChubbyRegistry:Weight: 100lbsHeight:Head size:Color: FawnBloodlines:Mugleston’s Mugleston’s Blue Samantha Go to TigerLily’s pageMugleston’s Blue SamanthaRegistry: Dual registered UKC and ADBAWeight: 84lbsColor: Blue brindleBloodlines:Mugleston’s foundation circa the year 2000 Blue Cover Girl Go to covergirl’s pageBlue Cover GirlRegistry: UKCWeight: 82lb.

Color: Blue and WhiteBloodlines:Razors Edge (she is a daughter of Manu and a granddaughter of shortshot) Here at Mugleston’s Pitbull Farm we believe the true measure of a kennel is not the bully pitbull males, but the bully pitbull females. Most bully pitbull kennels have nice male bully pitbull dogs, but we believe to produce truly superior puppies a bully pitbull kennel needs top quality female “bully pitbulls” as well as incredible male “bully pitbull dogs”.

Because high quality thick and bully female “bully pitbulls” are difficult to obtain, many bully pitbull kennels are forced to breed taller or thinner headed female bully pitbulls to their thicker male bully pitbulls. The “bully pitbull dogs” produced from breedings like this are going to have half lanky genes and half thick genes. We were doing breedings like this ourselves here at Mugleston’s back in the early 1990s.

The problem was that since lanky or especially thinner headed “bully pits” genes seem to usually be dominant, the puppies produced by those breedings tended to turn out a lot more like the thinner dam than the thick and bully pitbull sire. Now I will say that we did manage to produce a few thick puppies out of breedings like this over the years. The problem we had with this was that when we bred these rare, thick offspring, they would throw “bully pitbulls” that looked more like their lanky mother than their bully pitbull father or themselves.

We spent many years researching and learning while breeding these types of bully pitbulls. Then in the late 1990s with some hard work, perseverance, and a little luck, we finally managed to produce the superior quality bully pitbull bloodlines we are still improving today. In short, if you are wanting to produce, or purchase bully pitbull bloodlines that consistently produce the same type of bully pitbull, BOTH parents, their siblings, and preferably all four grandparents should be the kind of “bully pitbulls” you are looking for.

That way you know that the kind of “bully pitbulls” you want are most likely the only kind of “bully pitbulls” you are going to get. This approach will almost always consistently get you the kind of “bully pits” you want, no matter what kind of “bully pitbull dogs” you are actually interested in getting (i.e. game dogs, show dogs, etc.) In our experience, most typical pitbull bloodlines produce lanky (by our standards) or incorrect/defective dogs of both sexes.

Also note: With many bully pitbull bloodlines in the world today, the bully pitbull males are typically much thicker and bullier than the bully pitbull females are from that same family or litter. This is very common with rednose bloodlines and is also why it’s so much more difficult to get thick bully female pits than it is to get thick male bully pitbulls. Here at Mugleston’s Pitbull Farm we believe the bully pitbull females should be just as massive as the males.

With thick overbearing females that surpass most kennels males, our mission is to produce the Ultimate line of bully Pitbulls. Feel free to browse the site, and as always, thanks for visiting Mugleston’s Pitbull Farm. Check out this video of Mugleston’s bully pitbull female Hope at a little under a year old [embedded content] MUGLESTON’S PITBULL FARM…PROMOTING THE BREED Muglestons “Pitbulls” or “Pit Bulls” is a high quality “pit bull kennels” specializing in the shortwide “American Pitbull Terrier”.

We love our “Pitbulls” or “American Staffordshire Terriers” and “blue pitbulls” in particular. We often have some “blue pitbulls” or blue “American Staffordshire Terriers” for sale. Here at Mugleston’s Pitbull Farm we have been breeding the “American Pitbull Terrier” or “American Staffordshire Terrier” also known as “pitbulls” or “pit bulls” at our “pit bull kennels” for structure and personality since 1993.

We have been breeding “Blue pitbulls” or “American Staffordshire Terriers” here at our country “pitbull kennels” since 1998. All of our “American Pitbull Terrier” and “Blue Pitbulls” are UKC registered and all our “pitbulls” or “Pit bulls” puppies come with complete UKC “Pitbulls” registration. We believe we have some of the best “pit bulls” bloodlines in the world here at our country “Pit bull kennels” and we will continue to improve our “blue pitbulls” dog bloodlines as well as our other “pitbulls” dog bloodlines for years to come.

Many Pitbull bloodlines exist; each with their own strengths. Deciding which bloodline is best for you is a matter of taste and whether or not the dog will be used in shows. There are dozens of different Pit bull bloodlines. Below are just a few examples of some of the most well-known. Colby The Colby is a line started in 1889 by John Colby. Colby’s dog, Primo, was the one used by the American Kennel Club to set the standard for the American Staffordshire Terrier.

Colby’s have a good temperament and are fit and agile. They do not have the huge heads that some associate with Pitbulls as that characteristic was not bred into Pitbulls until later. Colby’s continue to be one of the top bloodlines. Carver This is another desirable bloodline, but most dogs today that are supposed to be Carvers are actually a diluted version since other bloodlines have been mixed in over the years.

This bloodline, started by Maurice Carver, is considered by many to be one of the best. Gator The Gator Pitbull bloodline started with a fighting dog named Gator. He was so successful that his owner wanted to produce more champion fighting dogs, and so the bloodline was born. Thankfully, the disgusting practice of dogfighting is illegal now, but Gator Pitbulls are still popular as they are wonderful athletes and have a good temperament.

Why do Pitbull Bloodlines Matter? Some people say that bloodlines don’t matter, and that is true if you are just looking for a family pet and don’t care about looks and certain traits such as strength and endurance. If, however, you want a dog to compete athletically, such as in the weight pulling circuit, or if you plan to breed or show your dog then bloodline is very important. Breeding If you want to become a reputable breeder then you will need to learn about the various Pit bull bloodlines.

Some bad breeders claim to have dogs from a certain bloodline when in actuality they are selling a mix of bloodlines. Showing Pitbull bloodlines are very important if you want a show dog. If you plan to show the dog you will need to choose a bloodline that produces the traits accepted by the American Kennel Club. Because correct bloodlines produce the traits required for a winning show dog, failing to use a very knowledgeable and reputable breeder will not get you the results that you want.

Competing Dogs used to compete in weight pulling and other authorized athletic competitions need to have certain traits, such as strength and trainability in order to be successful. While there are many fabulous athletes without a pedigree, many who are serious about competition prefer to stack the deck in their favor by choosing a dog from a bloodline known for agility and endurance. Family Pet Even if you just want a family pet there are still advantages to choosing a particular bloodline.