Have you ever heard someone use the term “Gator Pitbull” when they were talking about a Pitbull they have or one they want to get?
Unfortunately, the term “Gator Pitbull” is nowadays being tossed around and used haphazardly with the people who are using this term not knowing exactly what it means or what exactly an Alligator Pitbull is.
Today’s article serves to clear all of that up, set the record straight and help you learn all you need to learn about Gator Mouth Pitbulls.
What Is A Gator Pitbull?
A Gator Pitbull refers to a Pitbull with a specific bloodline. The original Gator Pitbulls were bred as fighting dogs. The bloodline from Plumber’s Alligator Pit Bull and Rodriquez’s Gator Pitbull have resulted in what today is known as a Gator Mouth Pitbull.
The original Gator Pit Bull bloodline has been significantly diluted over time.
The Problem With Gator Pitbulls Being Sold Today
Many backyard breeders are nowadays using the term “Gator Pitbull” to hype up a Pitbull and hope that a person would be gullible enough to fall into the trap of buying them, while the Pitbull itself is not related at all to the Gator Pits bloodline.
We’re seeing an upward trend nowadays where some unethical dog breeders are selling puppies (both online and offline) being labeled as “Gator Pitbulls”, while in reality they have no Gator bloodline traits at all.
Introduction To The Gator Mouth Pitbull Bloodline
Originally, it’s thought that Gator Pitbulls  were mainly bred in order to be used in dog fights, because of their substantial ability to withstand a very large amount of physical pain and keep on fighting despite this fact.
Eventually and as time passed by, dog fights  started to get banned faster than wildfire, which lead to a big decrease in the breeding process for this breed.
With no ability to use them in dog fights anymore, people started shifting the way they think of Gator Pitbulls and started to consider them as house pets, just like any other canine.
Please note that we are completely against dog fights and deem this to be a sick-minded concept started by sick-minded people.
We’re just stating the facts here and most certainly aren’t taking a stance that backs up dog fighting.
We really hope you’re not actively searching for an Alligator Pitbull to have them participate in fights! That’s just disgusting and plain out wrong.
With that being said, breeders as of late are no longer actively breeding this puppy for its fighting abilities.
Instead, most dog breeders that are still actively breeding for this dog are doing so for its social abilities and affection it shows its owners.
If you’re just actively searching for a Gator Pitbull because of the unique traits it possesses and the fact that a real one is not that easy to come by, then that’s fine to do by all means.
Just be careful of the fact that many breeders will claim that they have a real Gator Pit when you approach them to buy one, but in fact what they have is not a Gator Pitbull at all.
Where Can I Buy A Gator Pitbull?
If you know a highly reputable dog breeder  that sticks to ethical practices and knows what they’re doing, then by all means feel free to do business with them when you’re looking to buy a Gator Mouth Pitbull.
However, if we had a say in any of this, we would prefer that you have a look in one of your local shelters before you go ahead and do business with a breeder.
Why exactly is that, you may ask?
First off, a dog breeder (and no matter how reputable they are or how much you trust them) will most often charge you way more than you would be paying if you got a Gator Pitbull (or any other dog) from a rescue shelter.
Second of all, don’t we owe anything to these rescue shelters that are spending resources, time and effort to rescue dogs from abuse and from the streets?
Chances are, if you talk to a few local shelters next to you right now, you should be able to find one that has a Gator Pitbull ready for you to adopt.
Isn’t helping out a rescue shelter  a better choice than doing business with a breeder that will charge you more money and, as a result, lead to the euthanization of a canine in a shelter just because they had to make space for a new rescue?
If you do decide to buy a Gator Mouth Pitbull online, be wary of websites and breeders that advertise their dogs as Gator Pitbulls, while in fact they’re not Gator Pits at all.
Just do a quick search for the term “Gator Pitbull” and look at how many websites have dogs for sale listed with this description.
If you think all of them are selling true Gator Pits, then you’re mistaken!
When buying a Gator Pitbull from a breeder, be sure to ask them for proper bloodline certification and guarantees for the characteristics, traits and qualities that a Gator Mouth Pitbull has.
Any reputable dog breeder should be able to supply you with the aforementioned as a bare minimum.
Check out this video to learn what to look for in a responsible breeder!
If they aren’t able to meet these requirements, then you’re better off not wasting your hard earned money with them.
Check out this review of the Best Dog Foods for Pitbulls.
- History of Gator Pit Bull Bloodline https://www.goodpitbulls.com/bloodlines/gator-pit-bull-bloodline/
2. What Is the Origin of the Gator Pitbull? https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/origin-gator-pitbull-66ac77b38b4fd809
3. Animal Fighting: State Laws https://aldf.org/article/animal-fighting-facts/animal-fighting-state-laws/
4. How to Find a Reputable Dog Breeder https://www.wikihow.com/Find-a-Reputable-Dog-Breeder
5. Adopting from an animal shelter or rescue group https://www.humanesociety.org/resources/adopting-animal-shelter-or-rescue-group
Looking for a gator pup dog female. Thank you
I got 1
Half the breeders on bully breeds these days are hog shit. I see Blue American Bulldogs for sale claiming there pure with papers charging an easy Grand. No American Bulldog has blue unless crossed breed into. These sharks are out there for Money & Blood. Be careful on what you buy thats for sure.
Unfortunately there are a lot of unscrupulous people out there.
I actually did buy this dog and it seems Cujo I don’t know the lady her name is LaKeisha she was I was told she had papers for him and I’ve had him since he was 4 weeks old he’s almost 14 weeks old I’m right now deathly afraid of him at this moment anyway although I’ve been rough on him he’s been I don’t know if he’s what are the traits of a blue what am I looking for and demeanor and other things please I don’t want to take him to a shelter but I will if I have to
Work with him everyday, teach him to be good, most important interact him him other dogs big and little, take him to the park and let him play with other dogs I have 2 Pitbulls that are rescue dogs male and female there the best dogs and do not fight with others cause the way I trained them.. don’t give up on him, it’s all in the owner.
Deanne thanks for sharing your experience.
I’ll take him contact me.
What do you mean you have been rough in him? Pit should never ever be struck or hit. Violence causes violence. Be the master not the torturer.
I think gator pit is a referance to the meat cleaners on their inner back lips.
I hadn’t heard that before but interesting thought.
My baby is just that a big baby she can’t get a nuff love and she’s kind with my grandkids and even strangers she just doesn’t like small dogs in her face but if they stay out of her face she’s fine
Tammy – Thanks for sharing.
I already have one and he is my son and nothing more!
He is gentle and my cuddle baby.
Stacia – How long have you had him?
My sons dog had died on his birthday a couple weeks ago and a friend on facebook gave us a pup he is huge he is a blue pit and a rednose pit mix he is a hoss but so beautiful he is white with bluish grey ears and a big patch of the same color on his back and then another friend is giving me a gator pit pup its a girl she is a light grey brindle i am thinking bout letting them breed when they are both older i think they will be so beautiful has anyone ever bread a blue and rednose mix with a gator pit ?just wondering what they would look like
I have one and he my baby and I love my boy more than I do some of my family members
Thanks for sharing.