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just a question i was asked

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by shadyridgekennel, Nov 7, 2008.

  1. shadyridgekennel

    shadyridgekennel Premium Member Premium Member

    ok for those of you that show ADBA/AADR.Would you say a clean dog versus a marked up dog would have a better chance of placing, then the dog that is marked up?
  2. StopBSL

    StopBSL Top Dog

    I have seen both. . .but I think it depends on the marks and how much there are. . .

    Also the judges preference plays a huge part here, so some old timer judges may actually like that. .. but again. .

  3. shadyridgekennel

    shadyridgekennel Premium Member Premium Member

    right! that is the same thing i told this person.but for marks iam talking about mostly on the face,legs,chest from kennel misshaps.not like ears and lips missing lol
  4. performanceknls

    performanceknls Top Dog

    Unfortunately I have seen known fighting dogs with heavy scars go into the ring and win in ADBA. One even had fresh staples that were not even a week old and took BOB. I think it really just depends on who is judging.
  5. BullDog143

    BullDog143 Big Dog

    Ive seen it a couple times where marked up dogs have won. Hell ive seen Gr Ch MachoBuck win plenty. Ive even seen a black dog that had a accident the week before and his whole left side of his face was opened up and the owner just put black shoe polish to cover it up but it was still very noticable.
  6. Pit Bull Pride

    Pit Bull Pride Big Dog

    I don't think judges hold scars against the dogs at all.....
  7. CynthiaATL

    CynthiaATL Guest

    I agree it depends on who is judging.

    This year in Sorrento my boyfriend showed his dog who won 1st a yr ago in Sorrento. Well the judge kept looking at the dog then looking at his legs. Then walking around the dog then looking at his legs. Spent a few minutes looking over him abut always went back to his legs. He was in an accident a few months before. All the cuts were healed but there was still hair missing.
  8. clmr

    clmr Big Dog

    Seen ADBA judge GH pick a 4XW as BIS in OK. He even referred to the dog as an old warrior. Seen Machobuck get BIS and my male got judges choice at the same AADR show in TX. I do agree that it depends on the judges preferences. But, in my opinion a Bulldog should be picked over a show dog at APBT shows.
  9. bullydogs

    bullydogs Top Dog

    More times than not it does.
  10. shadyridgekennel

    shadyridgekennel Premium Member Premium Member

    ok i hear you guys.and i agree.
  11. rallyracer

    rallyracer CH Dog

    i had a judge tell me one time "im not going to hold his scars against him-im not gonna punish a working dog" and yes the "old warrior" line was there aswell (this dog was 11years old whilst showing)

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