of or pertaining to an animal, all of whose ancestors derive over many generations from a recognized breed.
a purebred animal, especially one of registered pedigree.
denoting a pure strain obtained through many generations of controlled breeding for desirable traits
a purebred animal
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Purebred wild water buffaloes may already have disappeared from the world, scientists acknowledge.
Breed dogs include purebred and mixed-breed animals.
Purebred pets often come with a hefty price tag, but the value skyrockets when the animal for sale is an endangered species.
The more purebred the dog, the more likely could happen.
Also abundant were well-groomed, purebred canines strolling with their owners, who were talking on cellphones.
Dogs must be either a purebred or cross of the following breeds.
Purebred calves means a strain established through breeding many generations of unmixed stock.
Purebred pets as well as mixed-breeds are always available to adopt.
The rotation did appear to be more beneficial for purebred cows than crossbred cows, considering reproductive traits.