Originally Posted by GnarlyBlue
I was under the impression from the UKC paperwork that the only distinction made with the nose is a red/red nose. there is no such thing as a blue nose, just a blue, in the paperwork that is... I'm actually very curious about this one because people are always asking if my dog is a blue nose. I just tell 'em she's a pure blue APBT
This is actually an easy one to answer.
All blue dogs have blue noses they can't have any other color because it is genetically impossible so it does not need to be listed on their paperwork as such.
Consequently, not all red dogs have red noses so that is why that is specified differently
Hope that clears it up
If someone looks at your dog and asks if she is a blue nose they do not really know about the breed. It is a common mistake even with new owners because BYBs tend to spout off a lot of misinformation about how special and rare BLUE NOSE dogs are when all it is a color..
I constantly get people asking things like
Hey is that a
A Blue nose
a red nose
a Staffordshire ( which actually stands for a SBT )
Plus a ton of other BYB terms
etc ect ect
I've had others tell me there is no such thing as An APBT
Sometimes it is funny the things that are asked and the list gets more and more ridiculous
They seem to think all those types of things are different "kinds " of APBTs. There is only one "Kind" and they come in different colors and from different bloodlines. So That is usually how I try to explain it to them