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  • Welcome back!

    We decided to spruce things up and fix some things under the hood. If you notice any issues, feel free to contact us as we're sure there are a few things here or there that we might have missed in our upgrade.

Recent content by EDOGZ818

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    Why Breeders Lose Buyers

    Some folks like to know what they are getting, considering the potential investment in time, also, there are different breeds.
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    Checked the Ped...looks like you went to the Massachusetts & got the dog from the man himself....or off someone who did.
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    Not sure about Red Noses, I thought they were always there & OFRN was as much a part of the history as Colby. In my day. Colby's day was passed, or passing, but his dogs were always considered solid.....just like his carpet mill. Times changed, Sonny Liston, Ali, Foreman, Tyson, Lewis, Klitcho...
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    @Joe Bingo: That your new boy in avi? @Fox : I always heard that they learned styles in 2 mins, so a 20 min roll, could be broken down into 6 + 2 min rolls with scratches, as wear & tear plays a roll. I "heard" :dance2: many hooked cheap as a game test, meaning the keep was more than the...
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    @Joe Bingo...Where's Rowdy?
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    Well put Foxman. Not saying I would match an untested dog......but I wouldn't test him for 1-3hrs. *Pre 1976 Animal Cruelty Act
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    Might as well change the definition of gameness.....they already changed the definition of the dog!
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    Should the definition of GAMENESS be "REVISED"?

    Uh, Ummmmm.... This: Will ad that gameness isn't always hereditary.
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    Building a carpet mill and have questions.

    Some say the walk , should be as long as the run. IE: 45min on mill = 45min walking, although it may be double?
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    Building a carpet mill and have questions.

    If I am not mistaken , rollers are used for a slat mill, ghraphite for a carpet mill. Carpet for strength , slat for stamina. ---------- Post added at 10:12 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:43 AM ---------- To build a carpet frame out of metal , is actually easier. You will need a chop...
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    Being a responsible APBT owner

    Very true. With that being said , there are certain rules & just because something doesn't happen every time you break the rules, doesn't mean that it never will & when some thing happens , it's because a rule was broken. IE: Keep dog secured at all times. I think it's more of a caution /...
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    What is your opinion on 'culling'?

    Good point about the genes. Still, might not be the best thing in theory , but sometimes it works.
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    What is your opinion on 'culling'?

    Never say Never! Scatter Bred as foundation? Difficult at best. Not impossible, but in some ways , scatter breds can be valuable. Especially when having to much inbred foundaition stock. It can then be used to back breed , line breed , etc. Many ways to skin that cat & just as many to...
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    What is your opinion on 'culling'?

    Again , Kristi , as you say theory , in reality , hard to tell. Consistency is what most breeders look for. ( I would think ) Trial & error & learning from others mistakes. ---------- Post added at 12:40 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:37 PM ---------- Ganja makes a good point...
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    What is your opinion on 'culling'?

    In theory yes, in practice? The proof is in the pudding