The animals which are listed below, are only a small part of our bulldog lineup. We do not, will not list them all for obvious reasons, specially the animals that are in campaign or who are ready to enter the circuit.
If the visitor wishes to know a little bit more of what we do here at Imperios Kennels, you would have to call us (Nextel 51*838*1228) or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Nothing in this website is real. Everything listed here is a fiction of my imagination. Again, nothing here is real, the comments, the dogs, the accounts, the people and names, nothing, absolutely nothing is real.
We do not promote or support animal cruelty. We are law abiding citizens. We are historians of this great breed, American Pitbull Terrier, nothing else.
Invicto II is the main Stud here at Imperios Kennels. He is one of only 3 males alive off of the ol'man Invicto. Imperios Kennels owns all 3 of them. Invicto II is in a class of it's own. He is just starting his stud career, his oldest offsprings being 15 months old. So far we can definitely see that he is producing early starters, with decent mouth and corner screamers. Soon we will begin to show his kids and we have no doubt that Invicto II will leave a mark in bulldog history as a great producer. Like father like son!
This is one of the gamest dogs you will ever see. Went for almost 3 hours into a 1xw, with only a 3 week keep and 3lbs under his true weight. My fault completely. Would of been a total different story with a full keep and on his correct weight. We all make mistakes and this was a huge mistake made by me. Whats done is done, but he still showed what this family of bulldogs is about, HEART!
He is now retired. Too much damage and loss of hardware. He is now one of my main studs together with his sire Invicto II, a perfect example of the Invicto family of bulldogs.
Chino is a littermate brother to Invicto II. Chino is also a bulldog himself. We are putting Chino in the back burner for now, waiting for the right time to make carefully planned breedings with him. Chino plays a big roll in our breeding program and soon his ability to produce will be put into action.
Commander is another good son of the ol' man Invicto and a critical piece of the puzzle. We have big plans with this magnificent specimen and soon they will come into play. We will introduce Commander in our breeding program, selecting only the best females. Our plan is to put both Invicto II and Commander into one single dog, thus creating a solid foundation of complete animals, that will excel in all areas. We will create the best of the best within this great family of bulldogs. We guaranty it.
I'm making an exception to my own rule and post this young dog here on the site. He is one of my good prospects coming off of Invicto II. This little dog was born with the switch in the ON position and hasn't slowed down a bit.
Red Invicto is the perfect example of the type of dog Invicto II is producing. No need to say more.
You are looking at a very good bulldog. This dog is in the hands of my good friend A from NY. Chico is the typical Invicto/Redneck dog. A deep game mofo with great air, ability, inteligence and a decent mouth. He is in full campaign as I speak so I won't go into much details. All I can say is that "yes", you are looking at a very good doggie.
A great dog, a great warrior, a great family pet. Iron Black went into the best at his weight. Winning BIS in a International Convention, traveling over 36 hours one way. Iron Black also went into GR CH Croata, in his home court, again traveling to another country. Sadly, Iron Black passed away from a blood disease. You will be greatly missed my boy, rest in peace!
Bugalou is also own and being campaigned by my good friend A from the A-Team in NY. This bulldog is doing things the hard way. Winning shows in 2 different Countries, first win in Perú and second win in the Dominican Republic.
Is hard enough to win in your own home court, but to win in 2 different Countries is only done by real bulldogs and managed by a professional team. A, you and the GBK are doing one hell of a job! You guys are Professionals and are well deserved of respect from the fraternity.
Bugalou is still in campaign.
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Mosquito was raised, schooled and tested by IK, then sent to Pluckdog to campaigned. You did an excellent job brother, keep up the good work!! Remember what we said, Mosquito has nothing left to prove, let him live a good life from this point forward, steaks and bitches from now on
Mario is in campaign and rocking house. We just came back from the country of Ecuador, traveling to be part of an International Convention, along side with some of the most representative dogmen from around the globe. We went into a son of GRCH Croata, showing that no matter how far we travel or who we go into, we come full force to take the win and with a bulldog between our legs.
Mario earned his first win in 58 minutes forcing a pick up. This was a hard contest and despite the adversities we still prevailed in great fashion.
Mario is taking a well deserved rest but soon we will resume his campaign.
We are open at 38.5lbs (17.5kgs).
DS: You know what's up my brother, together you and I, there is no stopping!
One of my proud possessions. This dog took a lot to put together. Lots of planning, time, money and efforts. He is done with school, bulldog tried and true and soon will be entering the circuit.
We also have big plans for this jewel, considering how crucial he is to the future of our breeding program. We will carefully use him to key females, to produce more Crabb stock which has proven to be one of the best crosses to our Invicto line.
You are looking at a bad mofo!
This awesome dog was sent to me as a gift from my good friend A in New York. I would like to publicly thank you for this great gift, you are a rare breed within this sport my friend. A man of word, integrity and honesty. I feel proud to call you my friend. Thank you A!
Burro is the hardest biting dog I have ever seen, in person, video or anywhere. He is a big dog but moves with grace and style, when in the pit you would think you were looking at a medium size bulldog due to the way he moves. He is fast, smart and very powerful. All in all just a great animal.