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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Grand Champion Andy Capp/ Boyles

    Do you even know what dogs he has on his yard right now.

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    id take one off mr. boyles ....

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    hell yeah P.... me too

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    Default Re: Grand Champion Andy Capp/ Boyles

    i agree! good read Hemi!

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    Default Re: Grand Champion Andy Capp/ Boyles

    Great read one of my favorite stories

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Game Butcher View Post
    Do you even know what dogs he has on his yard right now.
    Don't care!!....wat might be junk to me might be a treasure to u!...like I said I respect Mr.Boyles and I respect his dogs I'm just not feeding anything off his yard!...that's just me!..If u like his dogs then by all means please feed one of them!!

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    GREAT READ HEMI!! I too pull for the underdog!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Game Butcher View Post
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    Haha!!..dude, I kno about all those dogs u talking about!...ms own whiskey!...I'm not for all that talking!!..we can do this like gentalmen!..pm me and we can go from there!

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    Had some linebred on a dog imported, when you trace his ped a bit back he was actually linebred on Boyle's Dirty Mary, he was son to Gr Ch Buster Brown and grandson to Gr Ch Buck. I promise you guys, to us in Cape Town this dog brought a brath of fresh air. Boyle's dogs has my respect.

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    CB what makes you think the fella did anything different then he was doing in 1975? he never was the sporting type but always knew where the good stock was. so what's changed in the last decade ? only thing i notice is the quality of guys getting the dogs from that stuff.

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    That Bloody Bill dog that is on Mr.Boyles yard is throwing some real good ones. But i do understand what is being said truthfully Bloody Bill was given back to be a stud when he got older and when my buddy bred to him he was not on Boyles yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben brockton View Post
    CB what makes you think the fella did anything different then he was doing in 1975? he never was the sporting type but always knew where the good stock was. so what's changed in the last decade ? only thing i notice is the quality of guys getting the dogs from that stuff.
    I like mr boyles!!..I just feel I can get better dogs from other places..the boyles line is very good!!..we have some boyles dogs, just not from RB!!..I'm not downing his line or anything like that I would just rather get boyles blood from other sources!...some ppl have a great deal of success with RB and some haven't!...that's all I can say about it!!...it's all in the eye of the beholder!...I do agree about the quality of ppl buying dogs from his line!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragedog10 View Post
    That Bloody Bill dog that is on Mr.Boyles yard is throwing some real good ones. But i do understand what is being said truthfully Bloody Bill was given back to be a stud when he got older and when my buddy bred to him he was not on Boyles yard.
    I've seen a couple off blood bill quit!!..u couldn't give me one of his offspring!!

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    Hell they all throw curs. The breedings that my buddy did throw good dogs to each his own so good luck to you. just like any line of dogs sometimes the best is no longer with the source but with the people who are working the dog's.

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    great story...very descriptive felt like i was there...

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    Here's one I just did with Mr.B, both of these dogs are rock solid.

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=341078

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Game Butcher View Post
    Here's one I just did with Mr.B, both of these dogs are rock solid.

    http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=341078
    nice to see RB using a black double bred Spanky dog as a stud.

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    Yeah, I'm a fan of the Alfalfa stuff. Always wanted to cross it with some Kunta blood too.

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    hay i was just wondering if any one knows about the spyder blood in this ped were they man biters or did the white blood throw man biters http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=334538

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    Quote Originally Posted by lansford101 View Post
    hay i was just wondering if any one knows about the spyder blood in this ped were they man biters or did the white blood throw man biters http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...&dog_id=334538
    not that i know of. i'm no fan of mother/son breedings, if those pups were for sale i'd advise anyone to steer clear. there's alot better ways to breed dogs.

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