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Tex Mex dogs

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by pastorD, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. pastorD

    pastorD Pup

    What's up with some of these Tex Mex dogs looking like they are part Dachshund ? Same as the Whitsell dogs. What causes a line to start throwing that ?
     
  2. CHUVALOFAN

    CHUVALOFAN Top Dog

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    Can't speak for the Tex Mex dogs but a large percent of the Whitsell dogs today are so inbred you sometimes see the traits you mentioned as well as worse. Now I am not saying there are not good Whitsell dogs still around, just saying those that got it good are keepin it on lockdown lol...and the rest is inbred to peddle. Just my thoughts.
     
  3. pastorD

    pastorD Pup

    Seems counter productive. Breeding performance dogs with deformities
     
  4. CHUVALOFAN

    CHUVALOFAN Top Dog

    Sadly making money is all that matters to some. I remember reading a thread on here in the archives where one man proudly bred only dogs with a sever under bite because thats what people wanted in his area and he couldn't keep up with the demand.
     
  5. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

  6. FrankDublin

    FrankDublin CH Dog

    i would take one of them daschunds no problem
     
  7. GhostDawg

    GhostDawg Pup

    I had to Google image Daschunds to see if the breed has changed somewhat then how I recalled it. I fail to see a connection between the Tex Mex dogs I have seen and Daschunds in terms of looks lol.

    There is however no one on this planet that will convince me Gr Ch Barracuda's actual sire was not a bloodhound ;)
     
  8. corvettedex

    corvettedex CH Dog Premium Member

    I would be honerd to own a Tex-Mex hound. I havent heard anything but good things The Owner, The bulldogs ect.
     
  9. ELIAS'PISTOLA

    ELIAS'PISTOLA CH Dog

    We will share one and keep it at your place until its of age...

    The black dogs from Bimbo are bad looking mf.ers, look alot like the Midnight dogs...
    Some rumors are pit general ended up in mx city and behind some of those old dogs, they sure look like they could fit the bill...
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  10. 805tony

    805tony Big Dog

  11. pastorD

    pastorD Pup

    Bimbo is five dogs long and half a dog high. Looks like a dachshund to me. Please have a look at spanish bravebull kennels. They run tex mex dogs and their dogs all look like that. I am just stating the facts and asked a valid question. What is the cause of or mentality behind breeding short dogs with bow legs that look like they are part bully ? Maybe I am missing something ?
     
  12. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

    Wins.......
     
  13. Forever-So REAL

    Forever-So REAL Quintuple Grand Champion Premium Member

    I think your worries is looks and it should be on performance
     
  14. pastorD

    pastorD Pup

    Function follows form. APBT are high on the leg for a reason. Yes, there are certain shorter dogs that are good but those are exceptions not the rule. Not downing the line at all I am aware of all the success they are having but I am asking what caused this shortness on the leg and in some cases bow legs ? I understand why people inbreed but I have been taught that you should only inbreed two exceptional animals with little to no health defects. In my book short bow legs are a health defect. So you inbreed to retain certain traits,but compromise on form. What happens if that shitty form gets carried forward and locked with all your desired traits. I think this is an interesting topic because if people are inbreeding for the sake of only retaining one trait (most probably mouth) but willing to compromise on other traits then that brings us back to the question of whether gameness is even a consideration for breeders anymore ?

    Brood stock is a term that is used too often when describing dogs that are inbred to the point of having physical deformities. I am aware of the fact that when outcrossed these dogs produce great individuals because I have seen this first hand, but there were dogs that retained some of the physical issues passed down from the brood bitch. I don't know about everyone on here but personally I breed to improve or maintain with structure and performance as the most important considerations.
     
  15. FrankDublin

    FrankDublin CH Dog

    point taken pastorD but whos to say that these dogs do not display gameness now to be honest i have seen dogs with the long and short build down from afogutu and i was nothing less than impressed with the performance of said dogs sturdy strong dominating dogs and i actualy like the looks of the dogs but your right it can be over done to a fault also hip displasia(sp) weak ankles and some more things could be a problem but it doesnt pop up in every dog that looks this way
     
  16. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

    what? the dogs that win get bred. obviously the dogs are physically able to perform. nobody cares how or why you breed.
     
  17. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    Aren't some Eli dogs known to be somewhat long in the body?
     
  18. stinkrock

    stinkrock Top Dog

    I don't care how a dog looks, but I do care how it proforms. If I'm doing something wrong please let me no.
     
  19. TROTLINE

    TROTLINE Top Dog

    Yanga !!! One hell of A dog!!!
     
  20. TROTLINE

    TROTLINE Top Dog

    I've dealt with health issues before, a lot of times they look perfect until stressed. I only linebreed dogs that have complete workups. I run A SMA24 blood test then you have to have somebody that can read it right. Very rarely I get A dog 50 lb. CW. Most are in the low40's to 30's getting these bigger and bigger dogs is A problumn to.
     

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