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History of Bulldogs in the Islands ?

Discussion in 'International' started by Mextra, Sep 21, 2015.

  1. All of the eid reid blood was imoprted from the usa there is plenty still about pure and outcrossed but mostly the active kennels have only got a small addidition of ie outcrossed, they are mostly known for ther durability, the comp in europe is very strong and has been for the last 15 years and is getting stronger.
  2. Dannyb

    Dannyb Big Dog

  3. Bahamian

    Bahamian Pup

    Man, it has been a while since I have posted here.
    Its good to be back!
    Well, I am from The Bahamas and the scene here is shit!

    Back in the early 2000"s I got my first game bred dog with the hopes of completely dominating the competition. Here is the ped of my baby http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com/modules.php?name=Public&file=printPedigree&dog_id=104162.

    Anyway, I schooled her properly and she passed her "test" with FLYING colors. She was outweighed by 15 lbs for her test.
    So I set a date for her first contest. We had an excellent keep. It was over in 10-12 min (pick up).
    After this nothing! I could not find one damn person who was into the sport. This got so frustrating.

    Chiwa was an extremely gifted wrestler, tons of stamina, excellent athletic ability and game ness off the charts. She was like a tic once she got on the head!
    I am 100% certain if the competition was here in The Bahamas she would have atleast become a 3x.

    I thought about coming to the US to "have fun" but it was not feasible for me at the time.

    I would LOVE for the sport to take off here so that I can scratch this itch that I have but I do not see it happening.

    Take care.

    niko likes this.
  4. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    Welcome back. What happened to her? Did you breed her, sell her?
  5. Bahamian

    Bahamian Pup

    Thanks my brother.

    Unfortunately my baby died about 5 years ago from kidney failure.
    I never got the chance to properly breed her. I was going to send her back to the breeder I got her from to be bred to a male bred similar to her. Unfortunately, she got sick and we were never able to do it.

    However, she did have one litter that was unplanned. One of my scatter bred males got loose and they had a litter. There was one male in the litter that was simply a "monster" (Akin). I actually have two females and one male left that are all sired by Akin (but different dams).

    I am considering doing a brother/ sis breeding to see if I can recreate Chiwa. I do not know if the breeding will take though because my dogs are about 9-10 years old and they have never been bred. But, they still behave as if they are two years old!
    niko and oakgrove like this.
  6. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    Good luck!!
  7. niko

    niko CH Dog

    Nice bred animal....good dogs behind her
  8. tuco

    tuco Pup

    What part of bahamas(bahamian)I have friends down there !!!

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