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The one of best BTs I've seen for a while

Discussion in 'Staffordshire Bull Terriers' started by bluedoglover, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. bluedoglover

    bluedoglover Top Dog

    pretty sure they have. back when game dogs were ukc registered a lot.


    also, just found out that in india a dog has to go against multiple dogs in a row. if he beats 4-5 dogs in a row, he's a champion. each dog goes for about 15-45 minutes usually. sounds pretty severe. oh and that american bully was at the latest tournament. he looked pretty damn good, but he was stopped by an 11 month old bulldog. he curred out when the apbt got a good leg hold. i'm going to be honest, i'd keep that bully. one of a kind within his messed up breed and you can use him for testing prospects. he wasn't one of those fat things, he was built a bit heavier than mayday.
     
  2. Wally123

    Wally123 Big Dog

    I don't believe these dogs are pure Bull Terriers, more likely Pit mixes. Don't forget the Bull Terrier in its original form was a show dog created by Hinks.
     
  3. bluedoglover

    bluedoglover Top Dog

    incorrect. other people bred bull terriers. hinks was only the most popular one. hinks' dog's were just very popular, and were matched sometimes. bloomsbury had some game dogs. these dogs were VERY popular throughout the britsh empire, which included india. these dogs look similar to most old fashioned bull terriers.
     
  4. Wally123

    Wally123 Big Dog

    He was the founder of the breed as we know it, they were and are a show dog.
     
  5. bluedoglover

    bluedoglover Top Dog

    EBTs were meant to be a gentleman's companion. james hinks only shifted the public towards white dogs. to my knowledge the bloomsbury dogs lasted longer. in addition, lehri lives in an area where APBTs were only recently introduced.
     
  6. Wally123

    Wally123 Big Dog

    Yes and do you know what breeds make up the EBT?
     
  7. bluedoglover

    bluedoglover Top Dog

    depends. mostly bulldog, and english white terrier. some dalmation for sure, possibly greyhounds said in the 1800s. dogs in punjab probably have more bull and terrier blood due to country bred bull terriers being popular there.
     
  8. Ria hotter has a pdf on her website for free about BTs plus other breeds, worth a look
     
  9. Ria hotter.
     
  10. Fucking autocorrect lol horter
     

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