I was watching animal planet's Dogs 101, and it said that Bull Terriers were bred to be fighting dogs, but weren't good at it so they became ratters and family pets... Is this true?
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I could do very nasty things to anyone who would fight a dog, and not lose a minute's sleep. A dog fighter is on par with a child abuser in my books.I know its part of the breeds history ,but hate dog fighting , i dont see the sense in it nor wish to watch it , i would much rather have a fight myself than fight one of my dogs
I could do very nasty things to anyone who would fight a dog, and not lose a minute's sleep. A dog fighter is on par with a child abuser in my books.
ever been in the ring/octagon yourself?
the best rush you'll ever experience.
I'm sure it's entirely different for a dog because.......just because.....
I've jumped out of plenty of planes and its not even comparable.For a fighter the rush of fighting is the best feeling imaginable,especially when you suffer and sustain injuries and setbacks but fight through to get the win.we're not all fighters,so won't all get the same feeling.nah the best rush is diving out of an airplane w/ a wingsuit or jumping off a cliff in the canadian rockies w/ about 2ft of fresh powder sliding in and around you.i'd say taking off on a 24ft faced wave might be it, but that wasn't a rush, just nerve racking.cage... meh. just business for most..