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Bite or Gameness? Small head/Big head

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by Sleep, Apr 9, 2020.

  1. Sleep

    Sleep Pup

    Well this should clarify things up.....dog bite and a boxers punch are very similar....bigger heads or big hands.....harder bite or harder punch....I thinks its the dogmen preferences....as a spectator we like to see something go in an destroy the opponent meaning goes and finshes the job like a Mike Tyson....but a technical dog would be a Floyd Mayweather.....they both were winners...1 just has style points....Tyson would be a cowboys Hammond, chinaman, eli dog perhaps something gonna bite u down..no matter the head size he gonna finish u and 1 had agility and brains...Mayweather would be a jeep/redboy dog....not to say they dont have mouth but for the most part are known for gameness...the will to keep going and going no matter if losing or not the dog still wants it....This dog gonna touch u here and there just doin enough and staying out of trouble....so disadvantage small heads I believe not....its up to the dogmen....either big head or small head...finisher or real finesse....hard biter or lil mouth at all....if the gamesness in the dog and u put the time in and right food/vitamins/etc.......You'll show up and show out
  2. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    Not an absolute, maybe not even fifty-fifty.

    If you show up with gameness as your calling card you will show up and more than likely be shown out.

    It takes so much more.

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  3. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    Absolutely .It take a well rounded dog but each man have to decide his own recipe .You can't read that in a book or a website.
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  4. bamaman

    bamaman GRCH Dog

    Slim know this already .In just agreeing what he said.
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  5. Sleep

    Sleep Pup

    You right it takes more in the pit...i know that...got to be schools....let me emphasis this schooled right...not bullshit dogs u know u gonna beat...something thats gonna push your dog to limits...in different areas with different type caliber dogs
  6. IcyAce123

    IcyAce123 Pup

    Hello everybody! Some dogs seriously bite, some of them bite playfully. When my dog Boss plays with my children he bites them playfully and they have never complained that his bites are painful. But when I was almost robbed nearby my own house, my Boss attacked the robber. He literally grabbed his ass with his teeth. Thankfully, everything ended well, I wasn’t robbed, the robber was caught on the neighbor’s CCTV and reported to the police, and there were no charges against my dog for biting a human. The issue is that my dog “taught” my dad’s horse to bite. When we go to my dad’s farm we noticed that after that incident with a robber our Boss teaches a horse how to bite and now dad’s horse started to bite random people. No one complained but it’s weird from both sides. We tried to search for some info about horse bitting on petsoid , but I would like to also ask here if someone has both dogs and horses. Have you noticed anything like that? What did you do?
  7. GK1

    GK1 Big Dog

    …a special canine equine duo. both should be bred to similarly qualified mates in order to retain these rare traits of man fighting without hesitation.

    with some training and control, i can see huge potential in horses as estate guardians and counter-rustlers.

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