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Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by oldguy, Nov 8, 2019.

  1. oldguy

    oldguy Top Dog

    Hiya fellas.. Found this today, don't know the background or politics, got no personal opinion, just thought some of the US board members might be interested...

    Garners reason for leaving ADBA

    Most of you know that I am a very high profile breeder who is a target of ongoing investigations, federal and otherwise. About one year ago, my lawyer learned through an investigator we hired that the government had been able to determine through contact with the ADBA the exact number of pups I have produced and sold during the past ten years. Armed with this information, the IRS is now auditing me, and heaven knows when it might evolve into a ...criminal investigation.

    Further, my investigator tells us that there is an ongoing attempt to link fighting dogs, particularly champions, recognized in the SDJ and other magazines to their breeders. Breeding a fighting dog makes you a felon just like fighting that dog does. The information provided to me indicates that at least one person at the ADBA has been cooperating with the government in this regard. The government has highly accurate and specific information about my breeding activities that could not be obtained from any other source.

    When this information came my way, I made the only decision that anybody with any nutsack would make. I made a decision to stop doing business with the ADBA. Why would I feed the dog that bites me? I could have done the comfortable thing and continued to follow the easy path, but that's what a cur does.
    In order to save face when I took my business elsewhere, the ADBA suggested that they had stopped doing business with me because I wouldn't send in DNA. This is complete bullshit. I had stopped doing business with the ADBA for six weeks when they came up with this idea. Sending in DNA would have been the final nail in the coffin. If the government had DNA on my Frisco dog, they could use it every time they bust anyone with a dog off Frisco to prove Frisco is the sire and then charge me with selling dogs to dogfighters. With today's intent laws, a DNA link from my stud to a busted dogfighter's dog would be fatal, irrefutable evidence.

    Do you people not understand this? Why in hell would you want to do business with an organization that will sell you out? When you register a dog with the ADBA, any government organization that wants to persecute you will have your name, address, and the number of dogs you own. They will know where you bank and your account number if you pay with a check. If you register a litter of pups, your name goes in the "breeder of fighting dogs" file.

    The truth is that the only dogs that the ADBA has targeted in their cover-up story is Frisco dogs born after January, 2001. Technically, any of you people that can't hear what I am saying can register any other of my dogs with the ADBA. However, if I know beforehand that you intend to put my name in their files, I won't do business with you.
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  2. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. Retired Historican

    ADBA used it in the beginning, later switched to B.F.K.C. as I liked the man behind it.

    Bad news about T.G, it really gives something to think about.
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  3. ngamla

    ngamla Pup

    I dont trust registries, but wasnt the DNA issue around Frisco from way back around early 2000s?
  4. old goat

    old goat CH Dog

    And he still running with the ADBA .
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  5. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. Retired Historican

    Strange move, after reading his alarming letter.
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  6. oldguy

    oldguy Top Dog

    I got nothing to offer here, don't own Garner blood and never registered a dog with ADBA my life.. I don't even have an opinion on Garner or ADBA, just saw the post above on Face book, had only been up there 19 hours and I re-posted #1 for the purpose of debate, #2 to give members the opportunity to prove/disprove the content, #3 because I had nothing better to do at the time :-B
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  7. blueboy

    blueboy Big Dog

    I’m not certain but sort of remember it. Didn’t TG write the above, to deflect attention from himself? After some that had bought Frisco pups of frozen semen, did a dna test and it came back the pups had a different fathers. And the adba asked for Frisco’s dna to check on his offspring being registered with them. Since TH wouldn’t send in Frisco’s dna profile the adba stopped registering his frozen semen offspring.
  8. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    when the LA SPCA raid Floyd yard. ADBA Supplied the pedigree to LA SPCA.
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  9. u sure or u heard?
  10. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    I heard it from Guy
  11. PITPAL1

    PITPAL1 Pup

    The last pup I bought was off of a pair that had been bred down from 7 generation of pups on the bottom side that was owned by a little known kennel in Virginia that had refused to register any of their dogs. Their reasoning was similar to that of TG without all the bank account bullshit and circular argumentation.

    I will admit that I was skeptical of the accuracy until I was afforded the opportunity to look at their library of carefully put together pedigrees complete with DNA profiles from UC Berkeley. Who did my DNA testing when I bred gundogs.

    It’s a shame but you cannot blame a breeder for distancing themselves from the registries that with foresight or not create a roadmap for the beaurocrats and law enforcement agencies to your front door despite any knowledge of what someone might do with a dog u sell.

    you can certainly find a well bred bulldog without papers issued through one of the many registries, but it does place more responsibility on the buyer, and with that inherently makes it more difficult.

    my wife and I have considered entering the breeding business more for the experience than the money. Knowing that we would need to protect ourselves we began developing contracts for the buyers as well as starting a dna database. We’ve yet to breed a dog but already have over 4K in just the cost of start up and attorney fees.

    Garner has a ligitimate argument despite of his authenticity.
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