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Beautiful piece of muscle up for adoption in NJ !!!

Discussion in 'Rescue & Adoption' started by davidfitness83, Apr 30, 2011.

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  1. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Good Dog

    This boy is stunning, they rescued him from death row in NY. The pics don't do justice he is brolic, strong front and very nice rear. We are tallking about a dog that hasn't been exercised or fed right and he looks this good. Amazing temperament from what I saw came and tried and to sit on my lap.

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  2. DaxThePit

    DaxThePit Puppy

    adorable i wish i could adopt him but i am from egypt :'(
     
  3. luckilylovinlyfe

    luckilylovinlyfe Good Dog

    Is it me or is he much shorter in the front end then he is in the back??
     
  4. rguerra

    rguerra Big Dog

    I thought the same thing.
     
  5. blu3br1ndle

    blu3br1ndle Little Dog

    Handsome boy
     
  6. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Good Dog

    Omg it's a damn shelter dog not a show dog give him a break ! He was hunched over becAuse he was a little nervous. This dog has more muscle than half the dogs I see on this site.
     
  7. rguerra

    rguerra Big Dog

    Don't take it the wrong way. It is a legitimate question. I didn't know he was nervous, hence the hunch.
     
  8. Muttkip

    Muttkip Good Dog

    Ummmm where's the muscle?
     
  9. luckilylovinlyfe

    luckilylovinlyfe Good Dog

    Gosh as upset as your taking it you'd think he was your dog. Relax we were asking a question about the dog, are we not allowed to do so. I honestly don't see the muscle, and his front end looks shorter, nervous stance or not. We get it he's a shelter dog, he is very handsome but he does has faults that are noticable.
     
  10. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Good Dog

    It's not my dog, it's just sad that people judge a shelter dog like that. If you can't tell you are not looking but his rear is all muscle and his shoulders are as well. I met the dog and I cam easily him catching up to Bernie and surpassing him. He is very muscular and very noticeable when he moves.
     
  11. Sharonc

    Sharonc Puppy

    non the less he is one gorgeous dog!
     
  12. Muttkip

    Muttkip Good Dog

    Dude chill out. I don't honestly see any muscle on that dog. But I'm used to seeing smaller more ripped dogs like my lab and my beagle. If he does have muscle mass, I'm guessing it's bulky muscle and not lean.
     
  13. luckilylovinlyfe

    luckilylovinlyfe Good Dog

    To me a dog is a dog, I'm going to "judge" him on his structure weather its from a shelter or breeder. Just cause a dog is from the shelter doesn't mean I'm cool with him being a genetic mess (not talking about this particular dog but any dog)
    I see muscles in his hind leg but that's it, though it could just be the photo
     
  14. TonyOwen

    TonyOwen Little Dog

    hopefully finds a great home, he looks solid but doesn't have tone. No matter good looking boy.
     
  15. Poisoned

    Poisoned GRCH Dog

    Cute dog, he looks like a real sweetheart.

    And the reason he looks lower, going by the pics, is a sway back.
     
  16. kady05

    kady05 Krypto Super Dog

    He's super cute, but I don't see any muscle on him. He's not fat or anything, just thought I was going to see a super fit dog by the title of the thread. Hope he gets adopted soon!

    As an example, this is a dog that was at one of my local SPCA's that I photographed, she was ALL muscle:

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  17. Krista

    Krista Krypto Super Dog

    He is handsome!
     
  18. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Good Dog

    She is built like a traditional apbt this dog is most likely bred with heavier type dogs. This dog has very dense mass, he was pretty starved without exercise and his muscle mass is unreal. To me seeing a dog full
    Of ribs and hip bones ain't muscular. I can starve my chihuahua and walk it 5 hours a day and it would look like that. This is dog full of bulky muscle
    Not fat, he just doesn't have tooth pick legs and a rack of ribs showing.
     
  19. Muttkip

    Muttkip Good Dog

    So you'd take that genetic mess over the fabulous looking Bulldog? No offense, I'm willing to bet you that rack of ribs and toothpick legs would out run the dog "full of muscle" as you say any day of the week and still have have the breath to run some more and even swim. Or even my eldery Beagle could do it to or my Lab.
     
  20. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    No offence but if you put that "traditional APBT" in the pit with your "beautiful piece of muscle" in the pit together, she'd probably kick his ass. With muscle, it's not about mass, it's about efficiency.

    That said, nice looking dog. He's very handsome. Hope he finds a good home. (I'm nowhere near NJ.)
     
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