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How DA are ABs?


Good Dog
Do ABs have as much DA/DS running in the breed as APBT? Are M/F housemates better and less likely to fight than same sex housemates?


Little Dog
Murphy was pretty DA, but he was a shelter dog and my only experience with ABDs. He was also FA, so not a great example.


Good Dog
Staff member
The ones I've been around have been real good about it, but like with any big strong breed, or bull breed they are capable of finishing what they didn't start.


Depends on the AB, bloodline, etc. Mine is on the extreme end of DA.

ETA: Just realized this thread was necroed from 2011.


Big Dog
My Boy is pretty dog friendly. He is just a little over zealous when meeting new dogs. He has become more grouchy with age though