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Edward's (Bass') Molly Bee.

Discussion in 'APBT History' started by oldguy, Feb 26, 2024.

  1. not in keeps and taking care I am super meticulous than again I make 30 minute contracts
  2. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    @Bulldoghistorian do you recall the NKK crew and their spokesman Dr.Death called about John Wayne or the Joe Montana dog ( lost on which dog it was) while in America.
    They eyed the black & tan from Sparks and Randy.
    It never came around which is a pity. I remember we'd convo about that decades ago.
  3. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    @slim12 Clovite Horse conditioner.
    I remember that green syrop in a brown bottle popular in TX as well in that period of time.
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  4. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    Against All odds
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  5. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    I have visited many yards in the past and the men who put the most effort into feeding (what I know of) the animals were Danny Burton and BMC.
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  6. oldguy

    oldguy CH Dog

    After a memorable visit to BMC yard, I was left with a few impressions.
    1/ What he fed his dogs I'd have ate myself.
    2/ I was totally out my league.
    3/ Never drink rum and try talking sense on bulldogs.
  7. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    Drinking and talking bulldogs can get out of hand. Those may be words to live by.

    I have seen the times where I thought I was doing primo work on my yard and with my dogs. Like hours per day making sure everything was just perfect only to visit another yard and feel completely inadequate. Like everything, there are levels involved.

    When things are not as you thought they were or "think one way and then see another" those are the memories that really stick.

    I have mentioned the yard of Eli dogs that were all put to the test early and often. His yard was immaculate. He worked for a living and he spent $$$$ feeding his dogs. One of the jokes was that he ate loaf bread and sardines the majority of the week so he could feed his dogs 'to that next level'. When I first met him he did not give that impression. When I heard how hard he was on the dogs I would have never thought or expected such levels of commitment.

    Funny how things work like that.


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  8. slim12

    slim12 Super Moderator Staff Member

    It was the 'go to' back then, maybe even a must have. LOL


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  9. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    One of those with common sense and a good sense of humor and knows what is right and wrong.
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  10. Staff0rd

    Staff0rd Pup

    Books, magazines and conversations like these is truly what make this breed so special.

    People from all over the world just come together and totaly understands what eachother and the ups/downs.. Can't really see the same love and passion among other breeds, tho there are some really passionate dogmen in other breeds also.
  11. my friend I miss you , your name is mentioned amongst the old fools , I wish u were standing again in the other corner and the ref would say release your dogs
    it was an honor to stand with you in the square and win or loose we would shake hands

    u are a dogman
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  12. mr poteen
    it was an honor
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  13. ofcourse they stayed at my place many a time
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  14. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

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  15. F.W.K.

    F.W.K. CH Dog

    Sportsmanship and respect for each other is what creates bonds of friendship. Happy and proud to have played a modest role in the game when it was at its peak. Consider myself more of an eternal student instead of a graduated professional dog man because there are guys walking around with a lot more knowledge than me. Appreciate your words and the pleasure was mutual. Wish you happiness health and keep up the good work. Say hello to those old guys and wish them all the best from me.
  16. oldguy

    oldguy CH Dog

    Around 40 years ago I learned the meaning of real gameness in bulldogs and witnessed the honour and integrity of many in the game who owned them..
    It's my considered opinion that @F.W.K. and @Bulldoghistorian rank among the best of the best.. World class dogmen!
  17. reids skipper

    reids skipper CH Dog

    Didn't know dr d was the spokesmen for nkk :)
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