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American Bullys

Riverhead, NY 11949

Additional Information: AMERICAN BULLY PUPPIES ARE AVAILABLE NOW! PUPPIES COME PRE-SPOILED WITH LOVE AND AFFECTION AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.PLEASE CLICK THE TITLE HEADING ABOVE OR PROMPTS BELOW FOR MORE INFO!! 631-750-9501

631-750-9501 American Bullies has brought happiness and joy with its desirable selection of puppies to people throughout America since... ...

Services: Puppies

SHS Eastcoast bullys

Islip Terrace, NY 11752

Additional Information: breeding american bullys have some great dogs and blood for sale like Freakshow line, Kingpinline,Bullycampline(Mr Miagi)Razors Edge line

all dogs are for sale they start at 1500.00 and go up as far as 10,000.00 so if this is out of you price rang please dont contact us unless you... ...

Services: Puppies,Adult Dogs,Stud Service

Best Quality Pit Bullies

Franklin, TN 37067

Additional Information: They are kept up to date on shots and dewormings and comes with a 1yr health guarantee against any genetic diseases.

Bloodlines consist of Razorsedge, Gotti, Monster G,  Winegarner and Warrens. Dad has shown in 2 shows and  already took 3rd, 1st and... ...

Services: Puppies

Good Guy's Kennel

Acworth, ga 30082

Additional Information: These dogs were bred by an ADBA Safe Dog Tester. We have produced multiple ADBA show winners & Our main stud was featured in the AJC Mag. Spring issue.This is the Original American Pit Bull Terrier

Good Guy's Kennels is a small Kennel was created by a level II American Dog Breeder Association Safe Dog Tester (SDT). Our goal is to produce the... ...

Services: Puppies,Adult Dogs,Stud Service,Rescue

Jordan Blue Kennels

Hampton, GA 30228

Additional Information: We've raised American Pit Bull Terriers for 12 years. Our dogs are our family. The Sire(Clue)is 6 and the Dam(La La) is 4. We love the breed and want to share our joy with people who feel the same.

We just had our litter for 2012. La La and Clue had 5 girls and4 boys on April 6th. This is La La's final liter. Both mom and dad are ADBA... ...

Services: Puppies,Stud Service,Rescue

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