Earl Tudor and Dibo

Earl Tudor, also known as the “Oklahoma Kid,” was a very important part of Pit Bull history. Those who knew him, said that he kept two types of dogs: 1) those he liked and 2) those his friends gave him. He bred over 100 dogs, but never once declared himself a dog breeder, merely a [...]
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Bully Pit Bull Bloodlines

Different breeders focus on aspects of the breed, which is how the bloodlines arise, and there are many different Pit Bull bloodlines that have evolved throughout the years. The bully Pit Bull is one that that has a short, stocky build and an blocky head. Popular bully bloodlines include Razors Edge, Gotti, Remyline, Monster G, [...]
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History of Tatonka Bloodline

Joanie Winchester was married to Bert Sorrell and worked closely breeding and working with Pit Bulls. After their divorce, she remarried Marcel Winchester and developed the Tatonka pitbull bloodline. Bert took his dogs and bred them to Redboy. Joanie and Marcel bred theirs to Carver, keeping within the desired traits and creating their own line.  Many [...]
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History of Ironman Pit Bull

Ironman Pit Bulls are a XXL bully line of dogs. The Ironman Kennel focuses on producing blue-nosed, blue, white, black and white, and fawn Pit Bulls. The bloodline consists of Greyline, Gottiline, Razor’s Edge, Nevada, and Watchdog. These dogs are built to be large and blocky with good temperaments and hardy dispositions.
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History of Hollingsworth Pit Bull Bloodline

Ernest Hollingsworth’s program is well known in the Pit Bull community, having bred dogs for their agility, gameness, and durability. But, Hollingsworth was an old man with strong opinions that no one could change, believing that all black dogs were curs, and only breeding red/red nose dogs. Lady in Red was Hollingsworth’s founding dog; she [...]
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