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Discussion in 'Photography, Artwork & Videos' started by c.knight, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. chewbecca

    chewbecca Pup


    Pretty dog! But that collar scares the crap out of me.
     
  2. TRUEPITS

    TRUEPITS Big Dog

    i use all sorts of collars on her..to the pretty jeweled ones, to the ones you have on your dog ella. this spiked collars of hers is not too dramatic i don't think...people actually always ask me where i got it..its not the regular spikes you would see...i have one for her and my other female...i never use them to walk them actually the last time i used them at all and the only time was that day I took those photos...the spikes are pretty small..but again everyone is entitled to their opinions!
     
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  3. chewbecca

    chewbecca Pup

    No, no. It's not the "look" of the collar that scares me or causes any dislike.
    It's anything semi-sharp hanging off an active dog's collar that scares me. I'd be worried of getting scraped up. My dog runs into me CONSTANTLY when we play ball, or she's jumping up to get her toy on her springpole, she'll sometimes miss and run right into me.
    Anything hanging of the collar like that, semi-sharp, would be sure to hurt me.

    Sorry, I wasn't insulting the collar for how it looks.
     
  4. oldgameblood

    oldgameblood Banned

    osbourne's tank the sire to my females, i don't have photos of my females whens they were in shape but i will dig up something on them. He is half bolio and half mayfield
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    and my inbred chinaman male down from dynomite
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    one of my females bolio\mayfield breed she is not in shape at all
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  5. CrazyHorse

    CrazyHorse Big Dog

    Two weeks of handwalking.

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  6. BoogiemanBlood

    BoogiemanBlood Premium Member Premium Member

    Here's a few good ones I hope you like.

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  7. chinasmom

    chinasmom CH Dog

    Great pics B. I like the last pic. Nice dog. Bronson looks good as usual.;)
     
  8. CrazyHorse

    CrazyHorse Big Dog

    BTW Marty a friend of mine has a bet that I can't tell dogs that have been on carpet mills. I saw the pic of your dog LilBit and I said if she hasn't been on a carpet mill she pulls extremely hard while handwalking to look like that. Am I right or wrong?
     
  9. Dtwo

    Dtwo Big Dog

    K I finally got one to put on here. . .

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  10. jadooh

    jadooh Pup

    Nice Angus! I am big fan of yours here in the Philippines.Esp your Angus on the Mill video.
     
  11. mydawgs

    mydawgs CH Dog


    OK you just made me spit coffee at my screen...you are SO BAD!!!!!!
     
  12. mydawgs

    mydawgs CH Dog

    Yes his dogs look incredible, and if you stop for one moment (ignoring the tiny outburst) he has a point. An APBT is an APBT. I have a game bred APBT that is a Pet Bull, that does not make him an Am Staff. I have an Am Staff that was bred from a champion UKC show Am Staff and an APBT.

    If they are APBTs they are APBTs, regardless of what you do with them....and that is valid. Every one on this board understands the passion for this breed, some express it in ways that are easier to hear. Regardless of how it is expressed, be patient with one another - we all have the love of this breed in common.....and all of these dogs are sooooooooo beautiful. What a great idea for a gift to one of our boys in the service! Props to the OP!
     
  13. Luke4554

    Luke4554 Pup

    Please dont crucify me for posting a pup.. but im working with him so i figured id show pictures as they progress. All i have right now is about 2 weeks after i got him .. hes now 4 months and already getting big.

    Thanks for looking..

    Luke


    "Diesel" getting his flex on early lol

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  14. scratchin dog

    scratchin dog CH Dog

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  15. scratchin dog

    scratchin dog CH Dog

    Thank you! :)
     
  16. justa304

    justa304 Pup

  17. Not the most muscular but he tries, we haven't walked for a week now though

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    The other one though, she's a tub
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  18. B

    B CH Dog

    This is Garner's Gauge. He's bred off of Ch. Rebel Yell x Black Yoko. He's puppy fat in the picture on the left and considered show weight on the picture on the right. I used a combo of HIIT training, distance/endurance, and a diet based on natural feed similar to BARF with some tweaks. He holds solid muscle mass as it is so I did not work an excessive amount of anaerobic exercises. He wasn't fed any kibble while I shaped him. I did not use any "performance enhancers" :p[​IMG]
     
  19. Pipbull

    Pipbull Top Dog

    Wow, Gauge looks good. What is HIIT training?
     
  20. B

    B CH Dog

    HIIT stands for high intensity interval training. It is used a lot when an athlete is interested in preserving muscle mass and training for quick recovery. It consists of exteme aerobic exercise for short sets and then a varying recovery period. I would do 5 minutes of non-stop sprints following with 60 seconds of recovery or rest. Then I would again do 5 more minutes of non-stop sprints following with another rest period. I typically would work this way a half hour daily the first week with an additional half hour each week after. You need to know your animal to really nail down the time. You also increase the time for the sprints weekly until you are near 10 minutes of flat out sprinting your final week. The rest period does not change. This trains the athlete to recover extremely quickly from elevated heart rates. This closely resembles an animal in a fight response where large amounts of energy are consumed in sustained periods. This allows the athlete to recover from these work periods very quickly so they can sustain another large use of energy and oxygen. This style of exercise is also very condusive to preserving muscle mass. Long sustained aerobic exercise will eventually utilize protein from the animals lean muscle mass to fuel the work. At the beginning of the training he would pant like crazy and rest most of the following hours. By the end I couldn't get him to get tired. He recovered far too quickly and mission was accomplished :) Picture was taken and you see him above in top physical shape. This is a rough idea and no way should be used for every single animal. You need to know your animal to know how long the work periods should be and what your final recovery goal is.

    Regards,

    B
     
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