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house dog or game dog

Discussion in 'APBT Bloodlines' started by wisconsindog, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    do ant of you guys think if you have a house dog it could really compete dibo was a house dog i mean you could have a very well fit house dog you know all you need is a good treadmile a good spring pole and alot of timedont jump on me just want some differnt thoughts
  2. thedude04

    thedude04 Top Dog

    do u mean a house dog compete agiest what a game dog im kinda confused sorry
  3. CB

    CB CH Dog

    Im with you lol.
  4. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    yes but not a regular house dog a very well condished house dog
  5. japangame

    japangame Big Dog

    apbt house dog, or any ol house dog. if apbt, than i do feel it has all the potential and ability to compete against a game dog. it just depends on the conditioning and game in the dog. remember, as long as the apbt is an apbt it has the ability. I had a family house apbt "show dog, show lines" that never fought before, and he had an "accedent" with a friends game line dog and he did very well. But of course that was and will be the last show type i ever own. I am game to the core.
  6. devinben3

    devinben3 CH Dog

    LMAO....just because its a housedog doesn't mean it's fat and lazy and doesn't have the ability to work, so to speak. you would need just as much time with a house dog as you would an outside dog conditioning wise, keeping in mind every dog is different and you condition them to there needs. Plus, i'm confusing on the compete thing too..compete for what, show? weight pull? what are you talking about?
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  7. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    compete at any thing rope wars spring pole any thing that a pit competes in
  8. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    my house dogs 2 of them are great workers

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  9. devinben3

    devinben3 CH Dog

    i don't understand, why do you think that a housedog might not have the same chance as an outside dog? heres one of my house dogs on her springpole...note, she refuses to stay on the groud, although it's set up where her back legs can touch, she won't have it...
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  10. wisconsindog

    wisconsindog Big Dog

    no i do just wonderin if every one agrees
  11. catcher T

    catcher T CH Dog

    its what is in him,,that will make him want to compete,,it dosen't matter if he is inside or outside
  12. NOVICE

    NOVICE Big Dog

    If it's game bred, and it's game, it can live in a Ritz Carlton penthouse suite and still compete. If it's in shape that is.
  13. 440rider

    440rider Guest

    where the dog live doesnt have any bearing on what it can do.... A House dog is a dog that is not used in your program it's the family pet over the working dogs... by the owners choice.
  14. Stillwater

    Stillwater Top Dog

    The GAMEST dog I ever seen was a house dog and not aggressive towards other dogs.
  15. PDigital1

    PDigital1 Pup

    I have 1 word to describe the dog in Wisconsindog's post.

  16. PDigital1

    PDigital1 Pup

    I would also have to say the gamest dog I have ever seen was a house dog. Dog is still around in Brooklyn, NY. 12 years old now. The dog is spoke about like a legend, by those who know him.
  17. Stillwater

    Stillwater Top Dog

    Not only was the GAMEST dog I ever seen a house dog, but it was great with children and small animals like kittens and dogs.
    But if ANYTHING ever showed aggression, he was an absolute ACE.

    Not many around like that these days.
  18. PDigital1

    PDigital1 Pup

    Hey Stillwater, are you sure we aren't talking about the same dog? lol

    But seriously, most really game dogs show these traits. Non aggressive, people and kid friendly, great attitude and temperment. Some folks think gameness = aggression. I know different. :)
  19. PDigital1

    PDigital1 Pup

    I know this is not gameness but... You said an absolute ace huh. Would an absolute ace completely destroy a dog twice his size. Literally twice his size. He weighed 55 lbs. The rott weighed at least, at least 120. And when I say destroy, I'm talking about 2 minutes of .... WOW

    When trying to break up this accidental fight, my face looked like this :eek:
    I couldnt believe it. Thrashing
  20. Stillwater

    Stillwater Top Dog

    When I say ACE, I mean he didn't Lack anything in any department.
    Theres only one thing that will stop a true ACE.

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