History of Jeep Pit Bull Bloodline
Jeep was one of the best dogs and one of the top ROM (Register Of Merit) dogs in the past 20 years.
He was born in August 1976 in the hands of James Crenshaw. He was a part of the famous litter of Finley’s Ch. Bo ROM bred to Crenshaw’s Ch. Honeybunch ROM, which produced four champions.
Crenshaw stated that he never really like Jeep’s style, as he didn’t have a finisher’s eyes. However, he still used Jeep and Jeep mixes to base most of his dogs.
Jeep was known as probably one of the best match dogs of his time.
Because of his high stature on the ROM list, many breeders wanted to stud him to their females, which is why Jeep managed to sire so many pups. Jeep produced a large number of champions, one Grand Champion, and numerous one- and two-time winners.
Jeep died in the fall of 1989 at 13 years old.