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I am pretty interested in this guys work, check out some of his pics he has tons of bite work pics and check out his bloodline link and he explains how he is devoloping this new breed!

They look like Olde English Bulldogges but alittle leaner and taller and alot more athletic and drive! He has some awesome videos of bitework too. I was very impressed with how hard his dogs hit!

http://gargoylebulldogs.com/GARGOY~1/Page_1x.html
 

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i got to agree 100% great looking dogs and wow do they work! bite , teck,pull looks like the hol,e pakage ...i cant remember if he dose testing on them hip and so on im going to go back and check now ! ...but so far what i see i like ! 8)ok well i dont like his art work on the site but dogs wow i like !!!!!!!!!!
 

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Wow! Great looking dogs...it's nice to see that he's actually working them and not breeding some kinda Frankenstein's monster for looks.

Wish there was more about health checking (hips, elbows, genetic stuff etc) though.

Pedigree: What your dog is supposed to be.
Conformation: What your dog appears to be.
Performance and temperment: What your dog IS.
He seems to have the right idea anyway :p

As to what breed they are, they're "Renascence Bulldogges". There's a bio/explanation of what they're trying to accomplish with these dogs here.
 

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kogeki said:
Whats the difference between these Renascence Bulldogges and Olde English Bulldogs?
You will not see any Olde's be able to do something like this and olde english bulldogs generally lack in the drive department you never see them doing protection work...at least I have never seen one!

He explains more about the difference here too! http://gargoylebulldogs.com/GARGOY~1/Bloodlinex.html

 
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