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Name: Danielle | Date: Oct 11th, 2006 5:54 PM
lost:
you should tell some one that same thing has happened to me. james ross : do you want your pit mean only to strangers? my puppy is so mean i could help you on that one. 

Name: amber | Date: Oct 14th, 2006 12:31 AM
does any one want to chat 

Name: amber | Date: Oct 14th, 2006 12:33 AM
i need some advice about my to pitts any one there 

Name: Connie | Date: Oct 15th, 2006 8:44 PM
blue pitbull having trouble breathing 

Name: kaila | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 2:53 AM
hi have a pitbull/boxermix she name is molly
my momand dad got her from some plaes she was a doped so rihgt now she is not house brack in and i don"t kown how to do that.at all 

Name: Danielle | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 5:42 PM
hey anyone there just want to chat. 


Name: Bethany | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 6:42 PM
I have newborn pit bull/ boxer puppies. They are very cute. THe father was a pit bull and mother a boxer. I live near Atlanta, Georgia. They will be ready in six weeks. I have two males and three females. Please e-mail me for information [email protected] THank you 

Name: ..... | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 9:31 PM
We just had Pure bred boxer puppies, there are 10!! most of them are black falshy faced, the flashy faced ones would be great for showing, or just for family loving. Nero the male boxer, is a city dog, there are 3 kids in the family. And Betty the female boxer, is a farm dog, there are 5 kids in the family, so both very social loving dogs, and we hope there children follow in the fott steps. If Intrested they are 750$ because they are pure bred. theres 10, so pletty of time to ask about them. also someone ealier on asked whats a good age to breed. well i dont think it really matter just as long as there not to young. betty is 2 years old, and nero is 11 months.. 

Name: BabyKandy5503 | Date: Oct 19th, 2006 10:44 PM
I have a 2 1/2 yr old pitbull and he is awesome!! Wonderful around kids and other pets..I owuldnt trade him for anything =) 

Name: tori | Date: Oct 22nd, 2006 11:32 PM
i hope the dogs stay alive 

Name: .... | Date: Oct 23rd, 2006 9:15 PM
If you would like to see pictures of the puppies, just give me your email address, and i can send them to you. 

Name: .... | Date: Oct 23rd, 2006 9:18 PM
there is a website about pitbulls. and it was somthing like www.sorry.com, but i cant really remember, does anyone no what it is?? 

Name: Jill | Date: Oct 25th, 2006 5:32 AM
We have an amazing 5 year old Boxer/Pit mix that is the best dog we've ever had. She is wonderful!!!! We adopted her 6 months ago. If you are unsure of how to train one, consider getting an older one. I literally would die if something happened to Bailey. We just "clicked" when I we met! 

Name: Felicia | Date: Oct 27th, 2006 11:18 PM
i dont know if i have a lab/pitbull puppy or a lab/boxer puppy
its pure black with white on her chest and her back paws are white please help me 

Name: Tevin Hall | Date: Oct 28th, 2006 2:42 PM
send pictures 

Name: Danielle | Date: Oct 28th, 2006 9:29 PM
anyone there!!!!!!!!!! 

Name: marlena | Date: Oct 30th, 2006 4:37 AM
use positive reinforcement don't hit to scold! Have your pup around kids all the time, try shaking a can with marbles the sound scares gets their attention or use a low tone to scold. I found crate training to be easiest, they feel like it's their space. try covering it with a sheet if it is an open cage they prefer the plastic ones with the cage door. leave the door open while you are home and the pup will treat it more like a bed than a confined area. My dog is 6 her name is Aspen and she is wonderful around kids. She has been out of the crate since she was 2 but if she goes in the basement she'll go right in the crate and lay down. Her mother was full blooded pitbull and her father was a boxer,I will never own another breed they are usually fiesty for the first year or so but hang in there they turn out to be the best dogs 

Name: mario | Date: Nov 3rd, 2006 12:17 AM
well i have pure breed and he is great with kids and other dogs.. having a pitbull is like having a baby they crave attention. what i did to train my dog was as he was eating i would take his food away and pull on his tail and i stood next to him while he ate and i was doing this at the same ages as your and i stopped when he was 6months. 

Name: anthony | Date: Nov 7th, 2006 9:55 PM
i have a boxer/ pitbull and he wont do anything i tell him 

Name: j.j | Date: Nov 8th, 2006 2:09 AM
i like pitbull boxer mix i have one it is very nice 

Name: meah17044 | Date: Nov 14th, 2006 2:08 AM
Please help me find a Pit/Boxer mix for my Mother. She just recently lost Coda our family dog for the past 11 years. Coda was a perfect dog. He was the best protector, best friend, and loving sibling! We never had any problems with him. He had the sweetest temperment and was still playful in his old age. He was a pit/boxer mix, his dad was a Jug Head White Pitt and his Mom was a Brindle boxer. I wish I could show you a picture...I was 15 when we got Coda, My mom raised my sister and I all alone so Coda was the only "Man" in the house. When I moved out I didn't take him with me even though he was suppose to be my dog, but I knew how much my mom was attached to him so I couldn't. My sister moved out about 4 years ago and it has just been Mom and Coda ever since. He died about 2 months ago and she was heartbroken, still is...So my sister and I are looking for a puppy or young adult pit/boxer for her for Christmas. We live close to Harrisburg PA. My email is [email protected] If you know of or have a puppy or dog in need of a loving home please email ASAP! We are willing to pay up to $150 for a Pit/Boxer or a Cane Corso...PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN! 

Name: tebon | Date: Dec 19th, 2006 2:39 PM
I have a pit-bull/boxer mix puppy as well. My puppy learns fast but I have another dog (a rot/german shepard mix) that teaches her. He would bark at her when she messed in the house and he taught her to sit for treats (she just copies off what he does) so training is very easy. They are clever dogs. Mine was an abused starving puppy when I got her so she isn't 'hyper' as the other comments describe their puppies. She is healthy now, she likes to play, but she is very lazy compared to my rot (he never runs out of energy). She is cautious yet loving and very ready to please, and I have found that with my rot around she is the easiest to train dog in the world. I don't know how she would do without him, they both love to be around eachother and us (both were abused by neglect, and rescued, so they have separation anxiety) but they do very well with eachother. She is more calm with other company and cats (not nearly as bad as my excited rot) and she has never growled or bitten aside from playing. Great temperment, clever and smart dogs. 

Name: Aide | Date: Dec 19th, 2006 5:07 PM
My pitbull gave birth to 7 puppies yesterday. She is a white pittbull and her husband is a white boxer. The puppies are adorable. They are all white. I will be selling my home and need to find them a great home. Please e-mail me if you are interested in buying one. It was her first pregnancy and they all look great. If you need pictures let me know and I will send you some. Thanks--
[email protected] 

Name: T-rabbit | Date: Dec 19th, 2006 8:10 PM
get your dog spayed!!! why are you breeding more unwanted puppys???? have you ever been to a shelter? stop breeding mutts! even if they are a pure breed if they dont meet the breed standard they don't need to be bred. 

Name: 420Georgia Peach | Date: Dec 25th, 2006 9:19 PM
I have got the most sweetest,loveable pitbull/boxer anyone could ask for she's 9 months old weighs 85lbs solid white. I adopted her when she was 2 months old. Her name is Butterfly. She is good with kids and other dogs and she's my baby. 

Name: T-rabbit | Date: Dec 29th, 2006 12:48 AM
bump 

Name: wjf374 | Date: Feb 4th, 2007 1:58 AM
I had a pit bull/boxer mix. I had the dog for 13years she ended up having to get put to sleep she had really bad throat cancer and the vet said they could not do anything for her. She was the nicest and most well behaved dog i ever had she was very easy to train. She was great with me and my younger sister, the only problem was she was 23 inches at the shoulders and she weighed 93 pounds so people saw her and were afraid of her. 

Name: lindalu | Date: Feb 4th, 2007 5:16 AM
T I have to say... I agree with you! Although they may be cute they are not pure breed, and most likely they aren't breed standard. 

Name: sydney | Date: Feb 11th, 2007 5:45 PM
I just recently got a pitbull boxer mix. He is the best dog. He'll go into his kennel without anyone telling him to. He is just perfect!
I was wondering if this was a bad thing though. 

Name: I love my APBT | Date: Mar 8th, 2007 6:29 AM
It's a vicious cycle.Why are people feeding frenzy of irresponsible "breeders" trying to make a quick buck selling these amazing dogs to anyone who will pay? Adopt! ADOPT! It's usually free and you are saving a life.Responsible breeders do not sell to just anyone- and they shouldn't. Why do think we have all this negative press about APBT and other bully breeds? These shady people who don't care about the dogs are making tons of money selling poorly bred dogs to total losers who use them to fight or kill. If you must have a particular breed please look into a reputable breeder. When these other "breeders" can't sell the dogs they abandon them or take them to animal control and they are ususally put down. If we don't create the demand for quick cheap bully breeds (a disgusting idea) these idiots will stop what they are doing and move on. Please, if you are thinking about getting something as great as a Boxer or an APBT do your homework. Both of my dogs are rescues and my puppy was actually from a breeder that had recently passed away and the puppies were left there, so I was very lucky to get her before she went to a shelter. My other dog was found abandoned in a mattress at 6 weeks old...13 years later he's my favorite boy. And if I've learned anything from this breed: Train them early, socialize them with other dogs and children early. Sorry for the harsh words but it's a huge problem. So many counties and countries are starting to ban these dogs and it would be really sad if one day these fantastic breeds were just gone...... 

Name: lizvilleneuve | Date: Mar 16th, 2007 6:21 PM
I am looking at adopting a Boxer/Pitbull mix and i have alot of mixed feelings about pit bulls. My husbands parents dog was attached by a young pitbull this summer and almost killed. But on the other hand i love the boxer breed. I would like to here from you and get your opinion on the mixed breed and its temperment. Please don't hold back with any horror stories either i want to know everything i can about this mix breed before i attempt to adopt one. 

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