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small dogs (35 lbs cw or less)

Discussion in 'APBT History' started by LuvMyBulldogs, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. LuvMyBulldogs

    LuvMyBulldogs Big Dog

    Back then how did they look at the little ones?? Its hard to find em that small but they exists. Seems like it would be hard to get a look at em without stacking the deck against em
  2. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls CH Dog

    Ellie @ 1 year old 22lbs

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  3. websterz28

    websterz28 Big Dog

    um dogs 35 cw and under are common.... i run dogs from a slightly larger line my smallest is 35-36 conditioned and 37-39 as a fatty. so hell my big dogs arent too far off from that lol

    28- 34 conditioned are all common weights, its more so when u get under prolly 28 pounds that there more than likely wouldnt be any comporable weight animals around
  4. diggit

    diggit Banned

    i got a 35 lber too.
    and I expect her to have the same size or smaller when I get some off her. :) I dont like them too much bigger then that too hard to handle for a little bitty me.
  5. old goat

    old goat CH Dog

    there's been dogs at 25# conditioned and lots of 28-30 conditioned . they're there just to many big ones now days .


    Beautifull and with a serious look in her face, not always the small ones can be mistaken for larger size.
  7. xx24x7xx

    xx24x7xx Big Dog

    So far imo...the Mallorey bred dogs are consistanly in the 32-38 range...

    my trpl bred bitch is good @ 32-35

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  8. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls CH Dog

    Here is Little Bit very heavy TurtleBuster 31lbs in pic

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  9. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls CH Dog

    An Red Double Popeye/TB

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  10. LuvMyBulldogs

    LuvMyBulldogs Big Dog

    Maybe common for some people obviously not to me. The reason for me posting is I saw a little one, thought it was a puppy.....the owner just smiled and said he was six....would u guys consider a 44 lb cw bitch a "big" dog??
  11. Sampson1

    Sampson1 CH Dog

    ^^^^yes 44 lb cw weight female is big in my opinion
  12. xx24x7xx

    xx24x7xx Big Dog

    I say depends on da bitch. . .how tall is urs?
  13. drz

    drz Big Dog

    I consider anything bigger than 40lbs on the chain a pretty big dog. I like em 33-38 chain weight!
  14. Sampson1

    Sampson1 CH Dog

    I consider anything over 50 a big dog. I like mine anywhere between 30 and 50 lbs as long as there a bulldog:cool:
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  15. PurePit19

    PurePit19 CH Dog

    29 conditioned, 31-32 on chain at 4yrs old.
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  16. xx24x7xx

    xx24x7xx Big Dog

    OH. . .I like that Lil Bit!! Would u mind sendn a pm of her ped? An real nice PP!
    An I like mine anywhere from 32 to 44. . .an have had big 1's that worked out very nice @ 55 even 60lbs...big fcks that wouldn't stop, but again all depending on the dog. . .member MB she wrkd n tha 40's:D an MD he wrkd @ 65/75 right!?:eek:

    I like smaller bulldogs cuz ppl that don't have knowledge of bloodlines or don't know dogs don't think they're full blooded or even pitbulls an tell u "well my "pit" is 65lbs an only 6mo. . .his dad weighed 115lbs last time dey weighed em" lol.
  17. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls CH Dog

    Here is Little Bits ped#331145
  18. ohpitbulls

    ohpitbulls CH Dog

    i like my bulldogs no bigger then 35lbs otc
    30lbs cond.
    I do own some lager bulldogs but like my smaller ones alot better
    easy to handle an cheaper to feed ..

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