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YOUTUBE thread...

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by Reggie98, Feb 7, 2010.

  1. Reggie98

    Reggie98 Pup

    What are people's thoughts on the discussion taking place here?? This GOLDTOPS person seems to have it straight... Discuss...

  2. Tommygunn

    Tommygunn Big Dog

    Very interesting, however it makes me wonder what kind of blood the pit had in him...and what would a garner dog score???:)
  3. grave digger

    grave digger Top Dog

    Bull shit:mad:...............that's all that is:mad:
  4. DryCreek

    DryCreek CH Dog

    My problem with bite force tests is that any dog will only bite as hard as it wants to, so intent has a lot to do with it.

    They would have to test and retest the same dogs daily/weekly over a period of say a year and analyze the different ratings (per dog).

    And you still might not ever get a true full force bite reading...
  5. yoel

    yoel Big Dog

    That is exactly what I've been trying to tell my friends, they all of a sudden think Rotts have the hardest mouth since we all saw this video.
  6. Reggie98

    Reggie98 Pup

    I actually find the comments people have responded on the vid to be more interesting than the vid. This debate of fighting ability is commical. This guy is actually claiming that gameness is irrelevant and that dogs are TAUGHT to fight.
  7. Lee D

    Lee D CH Dog

    grave digger and dry creek :thumbsup:
  8. pit101

    pit101 Big Dog

    It is fairly obvious that Rotties can bite harder than most dogs. Bite force work according to jaw size, head width etc. Intent also ha something to do with it, but if a Pit and a Rott bit with the same intent, the Rott would still have a harder bite.
  9. popper

    popper CH Dog

    i have 5 dogs and i can promise you one thing , they all bite with difrent amounts of force and they are all the same breed , so this type of stuff you can never really tell. but i will say that anytime a dog outweighs another by 60 pounds like the rott and pitt , the bite force leans more towards the heavier dog
  10. viegas703

    viegas703 Top Dog

    The whole " i wonder if the pit was from good blood" debate need to be thrown out NOW, because if thats the case then you could say the same about the rott and GSD. the argument that i will go with is the following: to get an accurate result you need many different dogs of the same breed and you need to do many different trials to get an accurate result. With that being said, the ROTT and GSD are dogs that were meant for protection, therefor them biting a sleeve is normal for those dogs. Pitbulls were bred to bite other dogs, put a dog in place of that sleeve and you already know your gonna get better results for the pit.
  11. culabula

    culabula Big Dog

    the dogs motivation probably has a lot to do with it and id imagine motivation wouldbe at its highest in a life and death situation for most of these breeds. I wonder what bite force dogs like shady lady,bad rosemary or blackjack junior had.definitely wouldnt want to get bitten by a kangal.the bxtard could swallow me whole:eek:

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