Remyline is one of the more popular strains of Razor’s Edge Pit Bull bloodlines. The Remyline bloodline was founded by Fabian Chichester.
Chichester purchased his Razor’s Edge Pit Bull, “Lowjack’s Remy Martin,” for $500 and a treadmill from Ruckus Kennels. Remy was six weeks old and the puppy in the litter that no one wanted.. The following year, Chichester bred Remy to Bella, his female. But, little did Chichester know, but this was the first litter in a new line of Pit Bull.
As Remy matured, Chichester began to realize that he had a special dog on his hands. Remy was blue fawn with thick, heavy bone and a large, blocky head.
As others started to notice Remy, people started asking Chichester to stud him to their females. Remy became one of the most sought after dogs in the Unitesd States. Chichester set a stud fee of $2,500, and people started lining up to stud Remy in hopes to create their own Remy. And, this is how Lowjack Kennel was created.
According the Chichester, Remyline is different than Razor’s Edge because there is a tighter standard. Where two Razor’s Edge Pit Bulls can have a wide weight range, two Remyline Pit Bulls will have a close weight.
Male Remyline Pit Bulls will weigh between 75 to 80 pounds, and have a 23″ or larger head. Female Remyline Pit Bulls will weigh between 65 to 75 pounds, and will have a 18″ or larger head.
According to Chichester, Remyline Pit Bulls have plenty of drive, but are not game. They will bark to let you know where their territory lies, but they will not maul you. Chichester breeds the Remyline to be American Pit Bull Terrier, not American Bully.
Fabian Chichester used one dog to create his bloodline, which is where the phrase “One dog, one line” is derived from. Chichester’s Pit Bull bloodline is different than most other bloodlines, including the Razor’s Edge because it originated with one dog. No other Pit Bull line has come close to the recognition of the Remyline, not even Razor’ Edge or Gotti. Chichester had two important elements when creating his bloodline- 1) the right dog and 2) marketing know-how.