what type of bloodlines do you get when crossing razors edge and gotti lines?
on Jan 29th 2010
in American Pit Bull Terrier
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Umm.... still an American Pit Bull Terrier, possibly a mix since "Razor's Edge" may not be a purebred line. I don't understand the obsession with "bloodlines" in the APBT.
Kolbe answered on 1/29/10. Helpful? / 3
Instead of breeding more pits, try saving them. There is tons of fancy lines in the shelter trapped and need adopting.
Save them first.
If you look you will see blues and rare colors in shelters who need our help
Bridget aka Bad Pants, Ruby Ru answered on 1/29/10. Helpful? / 3
Sadly, Megan hit the nail on the head here.
We went to donate some of Jack's old toys to the shelter where we found him and I was sad to see 9 out of 10 dogs were pitties and there were people lining up to adopt a few puppies that were there.
It's always the same, and very sad.
Jack answered on 1/29/10. Helpful? / 2
you get a RE/Gotti line dog.
a bloodline is not a new breed/type it is merely a name of a kennel.
AA's Ultra-Violet answered on 2/6/10. Helpful? / 0
Mutt bloodlines. RE dogs and any even remotely recent Gotti dogs (which used to be a show line but was ruined by back yard breeders) are crossed with Bulldog and Mastiff breeds.
Daddy answered on 10/1/10. Helpful? / 0
You will get a "RE/Gotti" bloodline.
Now, Remember that RE is not Pure American Pit Bull Terrier, But to call them "mutts" is a bit off as well.
Remember that the American Pit Bull Terrier came from the Molossi dogs, Which are basically the original mastiffs.
So yes, RE has Mastiff in its bloodline... But ALL american pit bull terriers have mastiff in their bloodline if you go back far enough.
I own a RE/Gotti that is still within the ADBA standards for an American Pit Bull Terrier, he is not the standard "American bully" type dog that you see.
Most of the RE and Gotti line dogs are considered American Bullies, which are not APBTs. The American Bully was derived from the APBT, but in no way conform to the UKC APBT standard. Which is why they formed the ABKC. If you breed the two lines together eventually you will come up with a bloodline of your own, however, this takes MANY MANY years, and TONS of knowledge.
Ace answered on 5/14/11. Helpful? / 0