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Bull terriers in India

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by wscott00, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. crazybully

    crazybully Little Dog

    I just wanted to link a few things for the OP which was showing interest in my state.

    http://www.rcbtr.org/available-recycled-bull-terriers.html Has some absolutely beautiful dogs that are surrendered often times come through their doors...

    I agree with many about the build I like the sportier BT's, mine is kind of between in body build, head shape he's more of a classic look.
     
  2. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

    China is such a cutie pie!
     
  3. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    Now that's what I'm talkin about :D I would be happy to have any of those.

    ---------- Post added at 10:39 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:35 AM ----------

    http://k2bullykutta.com/w/image-viewer.htm?picts/Gullterrier/gallerygt1-pic5.jpg If all Bull Terriers looked like this I'd have one asap!!
     
  4. jacko

    jacko Big Dog

    yes mate ! there are still some good dogs to be found (thankfully) . i take it they are not too common in the states ?
     
  5. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    EBTs are common here but only the egg-head type. I don't hate them or anything, but to me it's a lot like APBTs and AmStaffs, one is show and one is go!
     
  6. hi
    i m new here but we hv been keepin bullterriers for many decades. 4 generations to b exact. here in india senior people in villages dont hv a mental schema of modern type fat lookin bullterriers..as dey r keepin smthin more agile ,more muscular n more guard type dog.....used for hunting, and all other sporty things....i too keep sm of der old lines ...
     
  7. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    That's cool to know. If you have any pictures I would love to see them.
     
  8. jerry 10.jpg its my bitch almost 10 years in d pic ....
     
  9. Bruno1.jpg dis was my last dog died 3 year back ..... bruno2.jpg its around 2 years in dese pics ..
     
  10. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    Good looking dogs! :D
     
  11. Bullful

    Bullful Little Dog

    The dogs shown more closely resemble the extreme dalmation type in my opinion. Compare a photo of a BT and a Dalmation to the above photos and you can easily see the difference in type that is BULL, and the similarity to a Dalmation with erect ears. You can even see the dalmation style markings thru the white coat on the males photo. Good photos for a discussion on "TYPE".
     
  12. i dont know much about types but m sure of 1 thing dat dese bullterriers hv been bred here for d works dey r known for originally.....and the main thing is dat dey dont cm in colors exept white ....markings on skin smtimes comes with white coat ..
     
  13. jacko

    jacko Big Dog

    gurujeet ..would you say that you still have descendents of the "hinks" bull terrier ?
     
  14. lol ... i dont want to judge if its dats hinks type or not ...may b u people know more about dat ..i cn only say dat i keep such dogs as a craze n tradition...for me der r 2 things for a dog to b a bt 1) bull terrier is wot it does .. 2) bull terrier is wot it looks like ( looks suits to wrk or not) n i personally think dat all my dogs r gud enough for dese things...
     
  15. jacko

    jacko Big Dog

    ..:)nice one keep it real... have you checked out pbc sister site "game dog" i think there is a link at the top of the page. click where it says "more"
     
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  16. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    I think the working dog is more pure and true to breed than the show dog who fits the standard. Jacko is right, you'd like Game-Dog I think.
     
  17. xchairity_casex

    xchairity_casex Good Dog

    i find it so odd how people say that the egg-headed dogs of today are not athletic! that is so far from true! sure some are more laid back then others but they are very much still athletes with high intensity
     
  18. ya ..sm egg headed bts r athletic too....but generally they r not known for their agility . there is a possibillity that some of them r vry agile, fast n have other qualities of a true bullterrier....but still generalisation can not be made ....coz MOST OF THEM ARE LAZY.
     
  19. cliffdog

    cliffdog Good Dog

    Their egg heads and barrel bodies are not designed for work.. they were made that way for the show ring... and that's the facts.
     
  20. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

    I don't know about that... Have you been to a bull terrier show? Some of those "barrel-bodied" dogs can jump higher than the height of their owners! I don't think my tiny skinny dog with a flat face is more athletic than them, even though I might think that she looks cuter (but I am biased :) )

    I think we can conclude that SOME dogs are lazy no matter what face shape they have or body type. We certainly can't conclude that just because a dog is taller and has a flatter face that it is a working dog.
     
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