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What is this??

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by Egosarmiento, Feb 24, 2019.

  1. stickler

    stickler Big Dog

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  2. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    No need for words with pictures like this used for definitions and explanations. That is pretty much as clear as it gets.

    The only problem is the number of the top pic is dwindling and the other two are increasing by the ten fold.

    And to most, the bottom two are real pit bulls, 100%, without any doubt, real pit bulls.

  3. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    And with that said, if the person that owned the bottom two dogs in the pic, and the top one too, did some kind of work with these dogs, I can be a fan of those dogs too.

    I like any dog who will do work that he was bred to do or he was trained to do. I'm a big fan of a beagle doing detection work or a lab doing search and rescue work or a blue dog doing man work.

    I saw a blue dog go three hours to a draw once, never making a bad move or showing a bad sign, every scratch true, accurate and hard. So I can place that blue dog way above a ton of 'real pit bulls' I have seen, not to the blame of the pit bulls, but to the blame of their human counterparts.

    I saw an AmStaff pull weight like nothing I had ever seen. I was blown away at the fact he pulled that weight simply because of training and being asked to do so. In most every other dog sport there is an immediate reward. If a dog makes a scratch there is something he wants and gets on the other end. If a dog does bite work, he gets to not only engage but he gets his ball at the end. This weight pull dog was pulling a shit load of weight for no apparent reason other than his training. I'm a big fan.

    I have an English Bulldog. Her job is to sleep at the end of the couch and bark when someone or something is in our yard. She does both of those things exceptionally well, especially the sleep part. I do not expect her to do anything with what is in the yard because she was not bred nor trained for that but I did make it known to her that she was my alert dog. (maybe a new working title, maybe, maybe not). So she has a job thus getting her daily ration.

    The beagle that use to run the yard also had the alert dog title and after a career as an average rabbit dog he gained the title of 'Canine Sexual Readiness Dog'. When any of my dogs were coming into heat he would go to the fence, scratch off in the dirt, bark and carry on like a nut job (no pun intended) as if he were ready to challenge any of the males for his next girlfriend. (dogs, like men, are just stupid like that). Again, he served a purpose and I was not feeding him with nothing in return.

    Babbling on......S
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  4. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    This dog is fast lane dog 5xW 1xLG. He is a very serious pit bulldog that looks like a bully.
  5. Tiznow

    Tiznow Big Dog

    Would like to see a better pic where I can see the dog!
  6. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    There is a video floating around out there of the dog. He looks devastating but incredibly fat. I mean way past hog fat.

    In his little bio they thank the people for great conditioning and then contribute his last loss to conditioning. I never trash a dog that I know nothing about but seeing him with the excess weight he must have crushed what was in front of him before they got in real deep water. He would be the Butterbean of the boxing world and even a less intimidating image of Big Country from the UFC. He is not a a well proportioned dog to say the least.

    But if he had the tools to knock five in the head, then he is my kind of dog. Much props.

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  7. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    Chain weight of 70lbs match weight of 62-64lbs was told he is a hard dog to condition.
  8. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    Like I said I just watched a short video.

    He looked fat to me but if he can knock them off and look fat, more power to him.

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  9. 80BOWTIE

    80BOWTIE Pup

    Looks like a male Tornadoe to me. We’ll built dog. I don’t necessarily think Bully when I see him. A win is a win
  10. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    Wonder if he’s bred anything successful
  11. GK1

    GK1 Big Dog

    Belgian Malinois. [still] Untainted performance dog. My 10 month female, flying bite machine.
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  12. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    Here's a video made by someone who is a member of this website. It's pretty good:


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