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And why do you think that is? On the other end of the spectrum, I'll use my Central Asian Ovcharka as an example again. This is a breed that naturally protects prey animals, rather than chase them down and kill them. Why do you think that is?
Wait. So you think that something can't be a breed trait unless every single member of the breed, including poorly-bred shelter dogs (or, in your case, a mixed breed that may or may not actually contain any significant amount of APBT blood), possess it? :lol: We should hold a potato race between you and Didds...
So, say I have a litter of puppies. One is DA by 8 weeks. Another isn't DA (yet). Both are from the same litter, raised in the same household, everything that can possibly BE the same is the same. Are you suggesting that I somehow "did something" to the DA puppy to make it that way? :lol:
You can't even type out the breed name correctly, so excuse me when I say you sound like an ignorant twat talking about how you're the patron saint of APBT owners. Or are you just one of the people who lumps everything with a square head into the "pitbull" category?
No they aren't. Not anymore, which is because of selective breeding, a concept (among many others) that you can't seem to grasp.
You think this AmStaffand this APBTare the same dog?
Are those and this SBTalso the same dog?
Why or why not? Explain your answer.
I want actual proof they are different.
What's different about them. Since you know and think it's so funny.
well shit, if there is no such thing as "breeds' then I my as well head out to the woods with a clicker and some milk bones and nab me a wolf!
Lemme guess ur here to save the pitbulls too.
Let me guess, you're here because you learned everything you know (she said laughingly,) from Grandpappy Didds, who taught you all dogs are mutts. So you came along here to school all of us. Go back to the dunce corner and enjoy your crayon & chalk sandwich. If you start licking windows, you have to wash them.Lemme guess ur here to save the pitbulls too.
Because some dogs are misdiagnosed triggers can be diagnosed as ha. Such a man making a screeching noise walks by and the dog bites him. The dog is automatically labeled as ha.
I love that collar on the second dog (who looks just like my dog btw).. Does anyone know what kind of collar that is and where to get one?Explain yours. 3 pics aren't evidence.
I love that collar on the second dog (who looks just like my dog btw).. Does anyone know what kind of collar that is and where to get one?
looks like a stillwater collar to me. http://www.stillwaterkennels.com/