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Non US lines

Discussion in 'APBT Bloodlines' started by GK1, Feb 19, 2019.

  1. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    GK1 uuhhhh :-S Great Kaiser One ... is that you ? :D =)) #:-S;)
     
  2. stedz

    stedz Big Dog

    One of those old pbn,s featured a sort of family tree that traced the best uk and irish dogs back to their american ancesters,different to a pedigree,more of a family tree . I cant put my hands on it,because i dont keep them where i live.I met a guy on strensham services,and bought the full set of 34 from him,if i remember right he advertised them for sale in Edrd magazine.I spent hours studying them and was amazed by how many top bloodline pups were being offered for sale at the time.
     
  3. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    But, please, no cheap Baccardi any more. [-(
    Opthimus 25 yrs with the Tomatin finish is just right. =P~ My last half bottle will be killed tomorrow. Sorry ~X(
     
  4. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    But this might also be the big trouble in most cases. What do the new owners know about them dogs and their selection-process ?
    What if it produces a fault you can't see right from the start ? If inbreeding still works ?
     
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  5. GK1

    GK1 Big Dog

    You’re hitting the bullseye....3 for 3.
     
  6. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    Da King ?
     
  7. stedz

    stedz Big Dog

    Another reason why i admired Andre Giroux,he never had any yard to speak of,a bit more like your uk or irish dogman,it didnt matter what blood he used he always got the best out of it.
     
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  8. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    This is very true.

    One of the hardest and least spoken of is the ability to maximize a dogs potential.

    The man that turned me onto the dogs who was active on the 60's,70's and 80's said AG given 8 weeks could win with a Cocker Spaniel. Then give him a really good bulldog and he was as good as there ever was.

    S
     
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  9. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    This is a great point.

    Sometimes the dogs can perform in spite of their owners but never can they produce by their own accord.

    Selection is always key, regardless of family or country of origin.

    S
     

  10. ah I remember good old slivovice 75%
     
  11. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    bbbbbrrrrrrrrrrrr
     
  12. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

    No open fire allowed with stuff like that.
     
  13. oldguy

    oldguy Top Dog

    That what you call it? Sounds like a cleaning product! Totally erased my memory till next morning, I'd happy do it again tomorrow, keep going big man!;)
     
  14. Great post and very true.
     
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  15. Furious_Ford

    Furious_Ford Big Dog

    Good post...I knew, & still know a US Dogman who's now retired that was the same type of Dogman!!!
     
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  16. Furious_Ford

    Furious_Ford Big Dog

    I'm actually surprised there's nothing about Mexico dogs, or Mexico Dogmen mentioned in this thread.....
     
  17. DISCOIII

    DISCOIII Premium Member Premium Member

    I think some of the very best bulldogs of our time is coming out of Mexico I bought three about three years ago and all three turned out, very rare for that to happen.
     
  18. Furious_Ford

    Furious_Ford Big Dog

    I agree with you...
     
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