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    Re: Black dogs from where?

    Let me give you an example, I bred a Red Blacknose male to a Red Rednose female 3 times, in the 1st litter were 10 black puppies one with a white head. In the second litter were 11 black puppies one...
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    Re: Black dogs from where?

    If you get a litter with some black dogs off of red dogs and then breed the black to black for a few generations odds are you will get majority black dogs, if you breed the black dogs back to the red...
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    Re: Black dogs from where?

    When Dibo was bred to Red Lady (both red dogs) it produced Jeff who was bred to Baby (one red and one chocolate) which produced $#@! who was black. Should we assume that $#@!s papers are hung as...
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    Re: Turtlebuster

    It takes the "pure this and pure that" to make the best battle crosses, everything has its place.

    NGK
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    Re: Fatal Flaws in Working Dogs

    Yes I would consider it a flaw, usually weak teeth means weak bones which translates into less durable dogs.

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    Re: Fatal Flaws in Working Dogs

    I think you need to Work the breed to uncover the fatal flaws and I don't mean run the mill and flirtpole. A flaw can be as simple as a lack of endurance while working which puts the dog in a...
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    Re: Looking for pictures of small apbt

    Norman's Little Ripper, 19 lbs full grown, 28 months old in the photo

    http://imageshack.us/a/img197/244/59997433.png

    NGK
  8. Thread: Honey badger

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    Re: Honey badger

    Damn your Obtuse...

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    Re: Honey badger

    I agree, your just tippy toeing around all the questions anyway rather than answering them.

    NGK
  10. Thread: Honey badger

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    Re: Honey badger

    6 NGK knows where it didn't come from.
    7 Babelduce has weak perceptive skills.

    Im still waiting for that scientific proof of yours as well as an answer to the question you keep avoiding...
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    Re: Honey badger

    Why can't I have both

    Bob did not make this pizza, Bob has no idea where it came from.

    Jimmy did not build this fence, Jimmy has no idea where this fence came from.

    Gramma did not grow...
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    Re: Honey badger

    90% of what you just said was based on assumptions babelduce, I believe that your letting anger get the best of you sir.

    This isn't about winning to me I don't really care what people want to...
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    Re: Honey badger

    "Let's start with the APBT, any trait that is found in any animal on earth had to be there to begin with for it to be present now. Man has surely increased the amount of game animals with selective...
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    Re: The greatest pit dog ever?

    Tuffy "was stopped" in a match

    Dolemite was no slouch either (Tuffy's Bellybrother)

    NGK
  15. Thread: Honey badger

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    Re: Honey badger

    I must admit that your persistant. I have come to no conclusion's even though you continue to put those words in my mouth and expressed that in a past post.

    "it is a generally accepted...
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    Re: Honey badger

    The scientific basis for the argument is the fact that Wolves in Eastern Canada were proven (with DNA samples) to not be related to the Grey Wolf, a fact that you refused to acknowledge. The study...
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    Re: Should I be concerned?

    Redirect the aggression, turn it into pre-springpole training, tug of war, fetch, etc.. The pup is just being a pup if you can take this and use it to stimulate work all the better.

    NGK
  18. Thread: Honey badger

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    Re: Honey badger

    A theory must be proven to be realized, anything based on theory remains there until proven.

    What is your definition of a theory?

    NGK
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    Re: Honey badger

    Food for thought, To breed a trait it must show itself to the breeder for the breeder to first see the trait. After the trait has been seen it can be isolated and refined through breeding. Who was...
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    That is a typical answer from a typical person with no real basis for argument babedulce, you made assumptions, then concluded what you wanted to conclude before you even wrote this...

    Like when...
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    Re: Honey badger

    So lets look at it deeper then,

    DNA from eastern Canadian wolves, gray wolves (Canis lupus) from other areas of North America, coyotes (Canis latrans), and red wolves (Canis rufus) were compared....
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    Re: Honey badger

    "vague convoluted answers that dance around getting to the point despite the fact that the very thing I initially querried you about was something that you wrote as though you were absolutley certain...
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    Re: Honey badger

    Let me add that your basis for argument is the "THEORY of evolution of the K9 species" so really there is no scientific certainty :) (key word theory)

    NGK
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    Re: Honey badger

    So that being said you could breed snakes to fly if you had a few hundred years? Please expand as now you have sparked my interest.

    NGK
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    Re: Honey badger

    Like branches on a tree, i'm sure your intelligent enough to understand how thousands of years can change a species. The bear for example has many different types some quite small others rather...
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