what is a blue brindle pitbull?is it a pure breed or is it still mixed/plz explain?
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
"blue brindle" is a reference to the color.. its a steel grey with stripes
"pit bull" is a loose term that describes quite a few breeds actually, including any mixes of those breeds... but if its an American Pit Bull Terrier, then its a purebred dog.
- Anonymous6 years ago
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- Braddon's mommyLv 61 decade ago
Blue brindle refers to the dog's color. Blue is like a steel/grey color and brindle means it has a striping pattern. Google it to see a reference picture. A pure pit can have this coloring, as can a mix. It's just a color description.
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1) I will attempt to answer the original Q you asked. When you have studied both pedigrees for 5 generations and worked out the co-efficients you will then have a good idea of what colours to expect in the litter. You also need to understand colour genetics. As strangers online do not have access to the 5 generations with colours in each line, we cannot answer better than this. 2) I have never said I do not believe in breeding. You are quire correct in your statement that if people did not breed at all, there would not be the wonderful, healthy, stable temperament, and good breed type of dogs available to today. Of course these dogs are bred by REPUTABLE breeders with years of experience who have studied the lines and thoroughly understood canine genetics before even thinking of breeding. These people health screen all their dogs, for specific breed problems and where possible also do DNA genetic testing for undesirable genetic traits. These people show or work their dogs to prove they have sound quality breed type to pass onto their offspring. These people give a lifetime committment to any puppy they breed, with a written sales contract and undertaking to accept back any dog they breed for any reason at any time during it's lifetime. These breeders also carefully vet each potential new owner to make sure they are the best owners for each puppy. Therefore ensuring that none of the puppies THEY breed end up in shelters. # The reason dogs end up in shelters is by indiscriminate, unthoughtful breeding and selling puppies to the furst buyer with the cash, regardless of suitability. EXTRA: Where did my dogs come from? In the past I have had rescue dogs from shelters. My current dogs were after years of studying the breed, months of attending trials and shows to study current dogs and breeders, carefully deciding which type which line was throwing and which I prefered, researching the health screening for the dogs I preferred and then finally booking a puppy from my slelected breeder. Two of my current dogs are those that I have carefully bred myself. All my dogs are health screened and/or DNA screened. As I mix with these breeders across the country on a regular, almost weekly basis I do know the truth.
- sweetiehart528Lv 41 decade ago
I have an American Staffordshire Terrier. He is considered a pit bull (the word pit bull is used to describe many of the "fighting" breeds ie. American Staffordshire Terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Bulldog, and just about any mix of these dogs just to name a few). Anyway the coloring of my dog is considered to be a chestnut brindle. He is a beautiful dark brown and black and white brindle. This is just in reference to the striations of color that he has. When you have a blue brindle you have a pit bull that is predominately a blue grey color with a striation of at least one other color mixed in.
PS. sending you a link of my dog smiling. You can see his brindle color really well in this pic. The link above takes you to a breeder that has a few blue brindles that show the coloring well.
- Anonymous6 years ago
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