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What is a gator mouth pitbull?

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A gator mouth pitbull is a breed of pitbull that hails from a specific bloodline. It is believed that this dog line was originally bred for its strong ability to fight. Some people still breed this line as fighting dogs.

In some circles, owning a gator pitbull is a sign of prestige. It is, however, hard to determine if a dog is really a gator pitbull as the bloodline has been watered down over the years. In some instances, breeders make claims that their dogs are pure-breed gators, when in fact, they are not. Gator pitbulls typically cost more than ordinary pitbulls.


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