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  1. #21

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    skipper you like that macho buck stuff got any

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    Quote Originally Posted by skipper View Post
    MMU'S HOMER BALBOA and this one almost there CORNBREAD KENNEL'S RED
    homer also made gr. Ch. At the tender age of 3!
    All bulldog! --//--/> into vert stiff comp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naustroms View Post
    Around 10 months old he was put on an 18month old dog.
    Around 14 months old he was rolled again for 23 minutes.
    His next three rolls were into bigger dogs then him (50lbs) nothing went under 40 minutes. In these rolls Roy had his foot broken, tendons in his Front legs torn for life and his legs would never be the same.
    Then they decided to see if he was a cur. He was set down for 1:06 before he got picked up. Then the next morning, nine hours after doing 1:06 off chain they let Roy scratch into another dog. He made the scratch.

    This was all before his first match. After this game test he was hooked for one.
    I like the R R dogs you got a $#@! pup youd trade for one of my bandit pups, Oh and alot of dog in the south were doing that my Jigger done won two by time he was 28 month old first into a 2xw killer (hamelitons cisco hard rosterof coghborn dog like Chisem Just like him) I stoped him with a 16 month old pup in 26 min finished LOL This is all for intertaiment and all happened long ago befor the laws were the way they are, but hell I had alot do well at a young age then I got older, so did my dogs LOL when you are 16 years old and you got a 15 mo old pup just tearin it up to get at it well lets say when I was 15 yrs old id jump my ass on a grown man in a sec and so would my dogs as far as I could tell it never hurt my yard too much.Now I wait to even put a pup on a hog (Thats all we do)

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    JR GRCH Midnight won his first @ 10 or 11 months
    SPKs CH Lil Red won her first @ 12 or 13 months

  5. #25

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    Davis' Grch Boomerang was 13 months for his first.

  6. #26

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    Ch. Wham Jr. won itīs title at 23 months!

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    Gr. ch. homer balboa 6xw just turned
    4years old... & salute to another bulldog from
    GA/SC Gr. ch. Scar 5xw real name gr. ch. Radio!
    Most men will never see dogs of this caliber...
    I've touched them both.... Scar, best I've ever seen!

  8. #28

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    Yellow won at 14 monthes ch. at 2 grch at 3

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    [QUOTE=skipper;431259]MMU'S HOMER BALBOA and this one was 14mos old when he won his first race http://www.apbt.online-pedigrees.com...?dog_id=373725

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    ONLINE PEDIGREES :: [153992] :: EPPINETTE`S VICTORIA this one made champion before her 2nd birthday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Pits View Post
    do you guys think breeding dogs that won earlier would produce dogs that matured or started faster? just something i never thought about....
    I think you could get early starting dog that show interest, but maybe arent maure enuogh. I have coonhound pups that start early and thats what we breed for early starters. Them early starting naturals are easier and more enjoyable. To work.

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    I wanna send out a congratulations to MMU Gr.Ch. Homer Balboa
    For receiving DOY 2012.... Well deserving, that camp
    Always hunted the best.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cantgetrite View Post
    I wanna send out a congratulations to MMU Gr.Ch. Homer Balboa
    For receiving DOY 2012.... Well deserving, that camp
    Always hunted the best.....
    They are one of the best but I also know of one that made grch at30month that was ducked by them! Also got to be hands on with balboas litter mate sister would feed any one of them! I love doing history on a good working breed
    of hounds of any type u work u eat is wat my dad used to tell me at 4:30am when it was time to feed the yard!

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    Magnoilaotis and Steinlin are the closest to reality. Some rare dogs just have superior ability early in life. So, some of you saying "So and so did this, and so and so did that" are NOT talking about the thousands that are ruined in back yards due to impatience and dumb eagerness.
    When a dog starts, and when a dog MATURES are 2 different times. What talents it expresses are nice but not a matter of maturity. They are just gifted, and they got by on these gifts. It doesn't mean the one(s) in charge of raising the dog were keen in their actions, one bit It means the dog had such early prowess that they got away with it. They should be thankful the dog could do that for them.
    It often leads them to believe they will get away with the same thing over and over. That rarely happens.
    While you name but a FEW dogs who have succeeded early in life, try to realize there is a HUGE multitude of them being ruined using the same short-sighted methods.

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    Good post t!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDK View Post
    Magnoilaotis and Steinlin are the closest to reality. Some rare dogs just have superior ability early in life. So, some of you saying "So and so did this, and so and so did that" are NOT talking about the thousands that are ruined in back yards due to impatience and dumb eagerness.
    When a dog starts, and when a dog MATURES are 2 different times. What talents it expresses are nice but not a matter of maturity. They are just gifted, and they got by on these gifts. It doesn't mean the one(s) in charge of raising the dog were keen in their actions, one bit It means the dog had such early prowess that they got away with it. They should be thankful the dog could do that for them.
    It often leads them to believe they will get away with the same thing over and over. That rarely happens.
    While you name but a FEW dogs who have succeeded early in life, try to realize there is a HUGE multitude of them being ruined using the same short-sighted methods.

    TDK, I've been saying this for "YEARS", and bulldogs aren't like bread meaning they don't go stell if you wait on them, good post as usual...........

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    I disagree there Dred Lok, I think a dog CAN go stale some call it chain rot! Patience is one thing but at a certain point it goes beyond patience and the opportunity may just pass you by!

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    i think its not the same to let grow your early starters until they are matured and let a dog rot for years on the chain.

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    I've read a number of Dred's posts, both here and other venues. I'm absolutely sure he didn't mean "beyond reason". Yes, beyond reason would entail not answering the door when opportunity knocks, and knocks at the PROPER TIME. We all have opportunities. They include the opportunity to screw things up via impatience.
    Steely's point is quite correct, yet I took Dred's post to imply "within reason" without it having to be said.

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    Epona. Absolutely.

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