It is a pitbull bloodline that breeders have. When you get papers on a pit you will see there bloodlines that are in the dog. Some may be all 1 breed and some will have different breeds in them. To have your own breed is to get a good line of dogs and breed them to different dogs that has a good bloodline and then start breeding the pups off of the parents and their pus and so. You do this so that after having generations of your pups that you have bred will end up being your own breed and bloodline. A lot of people will take the very best of there dogs and breed them to be what they want them to be. Like if you want a pit that has a huge head and short body then you would breed that dog to have those traits that you think are great. Thats what makes your pit special.
Wrong my friend chinaman was a apbt who was a top fighting dog in the 80s he is a Eli carver cross he is most notable for his son frisco a leading stud dog from nc a line and breed are not the same good day
Chinaman is not a type of pitbull but rather a bloodline. It's like when you register a dog and it has a registered name, well chinaman is just a name. Chinaman was a well known game dog. If you're looking for a pitbull like the ones you will see from back in the day when pitbull fighting was Legal, then you can go wit chinaman blood. It's a good bloodline. I would buy a pit with that bloodline any day
"Chinaman" Pit Bulls are simply American Pit Bull Terriers that have a well-known fighting dog, Grand Champion Garner's Chinaman, in their pedigrees. A pedigree is a dog's family tree that traces its ancestors back several generations, just as a family tree can be used to trace a person's ancestors.
I have 14 Chinaman Pits. They are descendants of Frisco. 13 are pups. We haven't decided on a price yet. We are waiting to see how they look and perform at the moment. Also, they were just born yesterday, so they have a while to go. We have 8 bitches and 5 boys.
It's when a pitbull is bred by a China man himself of course. I have bred and sold many a China man from my kennel, I got my China man pitbull from Beijing directly and they are bred to a shorter stature unlike those here in the states