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    04-06-2013, 06:05 PM
Need to get rid of your horse?

I know a lot of people are having trouble finding homes for horses they can no longer care for. I am looking for 1-2 inexpensive or free, preferably free, very well-trained horses under the age of 10. Prefer mares but a gelding would be fine as long as he gets along with mares. It will be a horse for myself and my husband and kids when for family to ride when they visit. Don't care about papers, but do need a brand inspection so we can take the horse to trails. Will consider any breed but no ponies. Personality is more important than looks. I need this horse to be safe and sound enough to ride regularly or when given a break to know what to do still. We will provide good care and lots of love and regular attention. If you have a horse I may be interested in, please reply to this post with a description of the horse, age, and a picture and also your phone number. Thanks for reading! Have a great day!

Refreshengly, at least this person can spell And true - horses are in need of homes. But VERY WELL broke, safe for the whole family and under 10 years old? Not so much. If I am wrong and you have one of these for free - please contact me!
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    04-06-2013, 10:47 PM
Okay this isn't a horse for sale ad but no thank you. IMO it looks like a do it yourself ear cropping job on that poor pup and after seeing that there would be no way in heck I'd give this person my horse. Also to me $1500 for a dog is crazy when you can go down to the pound and adopt one for a lot less.

PR' UKC American Bully Puppy for sale or trade - $1500 (Southeast Texas)

Very nice black male puppy was born 1-13-13. He is UKC registered. He is a Gottiline's Backyard Boogie grandson. Nice thick bone. His ears are cropped. I may keep, but will give the opportunity for someone to buy him or may trade him for a nice 15 hand stout riding horse or a 17in-18in old tymer style high back western saddle of equal value. I am looking to get back into horses and willing to trade this boy for something horse related. Let me know what you got. Otherwise his price is 1500. Thanks. (Parents pics included)
    04-06-2013, 10:53 PM
As soon as I saw his parents, I thought "He's to to be Gotti bred"...and I was right. Hate Gotti and Razoredge pits. They look like they're on steroids. Blech! Love pits, but not out of those two lines.

Anyway, you're right, all three of the dogs pictured have home crop jobs (read: done with scissors). Most vets I know won't crop pits. $1500 is outrageous for a BYB pit puppy that's more than likely going to end up for free on CL or in the pound because the people can't control their 120lbs dog.
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    04-06-2013, 10:56 PM
^^^ Couldn't agree with you more
    04-06-2013, 11:08 PM
Ugh. I've never understood the wish for deformed-looking animals. I love pits too, but these just don't look healthy. Give me a game bred or mix any day of the week (with natural ears!)!
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    04-07-2013, 12:45 AM
Darling little pup but very sad looking. Needs his nails trimmed badly. So many PBs and mixes here, you can't even give them away. Rescues and shelters have thousands in all the time. We can't even walk our dogs these days, because of so many loose on the streets. This boy will probably end up in a breeding situation.

    04-07-2013, 04:10 AM
I agree that the pup looks like a home job, but I don't think the parents are. I don't know why a vet would do crops, but not a pits, the vet I worked for did lots of pits and American Bullies (which is what these guys look like to me).
    04-07-2013, 04:15 AM
Originally Posted by haviris    
I agree that the pup looks like a home job, but I don't think the parents are. I don't know why a vet would do crops, but not a pits, the vet I worked for did lots of pits and American Bullies (which is what these guys look like to me).
The parents are very typical Gotti line pits. Google them. They're short (under 24") and weigh upwards of 120lbs. The vets that I know that won't crop pits won't do it because it's not in the breed standard. They'll only crop or dock dogs that have that in their breed standard.
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    04-07-2013, 01:29 PM
HOLY CREST, Batman!!! This isn't right, is it???


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    04-07-2013, 01:33 PM
That looks like a founder crest. My old BO has a gelding with a crest exactly like that and he can founder at the drop of a hat.
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