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Which of the three :
A) is less domitant?
B) can live outdoor (greece, hot summers-cold winters) ?
C) is the less dog aggresive?
 

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Which of the three :
A) is less domitant?
You are talking about three dominate breeds so I don't think that it depends so much on the breed in this case as it does the dog. Different dogs within each breed will vary in dominance, go to a shelter where the dogs are older and they have set personalities so you already know how domitant the dog is. Or if you prefer, go to a knowledgable breeder and see which dig they recommand for what you are looking for.

B) can live outdoor (greece, hot summers-cold winters) ?
honestly, I am an animal freak so I really don't understand why you would get a dog to put it in the backyard. I don't think it is cruel just not my cup of tea. If you have the right accomodations I would say that any of the three breeds would be suited for out doors. Just be sure to give them shade (dog house) in the summer with lots of cool clean water.For the winter be sure to have somewhere warm for them to get out of the cold. A heated and cooled dog house would prob. fit your needs.


C) is the less dog aggresive?
Again all of these dogs are know for dog aggression, this is a dog by dog case, and not so much a breed by breed case.
 

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i dnt think this just an individual thing.
for instance i think:
a) that CC needs more affection than ABBB and CDB.
b)where CDB is more dog aggresive than the other two.
c)and ABBB is less dominant than the other two.

I dnt understand when i hv a big yard of 400 square metres and my dog can fool arround doing staffs that he enjoys should be confined in the 100 square metres of my house where the only thing he can do is to be a cough potato?
 

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Dogs are, by nature, a "pack" animal that enjoy being WITH their family, if their family is indoors that's where they prefer to be other than trips outside potty.
The best way, too, for one to be protective of it's family, is to let it bond with it's family, and that means being indoors with them.
 

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sir-elric said:
i dnt think this just an individual thing.
for instance i think:
a) that CC needs more affection than ABBB and CDB.
b)where CDB is more dog aggresive than the other two.
c)and ABBB is less dominant than the other two.

I dnt understand when i hv a big yard of 400 square metres and my dog can fool arround doing staffs that he enjoys should be confined in the 100 square metres of my house where the only thing he can do is to be a cough potato?
If you think that you know the answer then why do you pose the question?
My answer remains unchanged.
 

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maybe cause i dnt have any first hand expereince with none of this dogs?
maybe cause all my conclusions are based on internet research?
 

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sir-elric said:
maybe cause i dnt have any first hand expereince with none of this dogs?
maybe cause all my conclusions are based on internet research?
i know nothing about alapaha but your assesment of the other two would be mine as well. of the three, corso's tend to be the least dog aggressive as well as having the thickest coat (perhaps dealing better with year round out door temps)
 

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its interesting no one has an alapaha, or CC or CDB to tell his/her opinion?
 

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its interesting no one has an alapaha, or CC or CDB to tell his/her opinion?
Go to a quality breeder of each breed, tell them what you are looking for. Ask them if this is the breed that will meet your needs and if the dogs that they are producing will fit into your plains. If you go to quality breeders if the dogs in their programs do not meet your needs they will at least be able to point you in the right direction. Besides, if you find a good breeder there will few that can answer your questions about their "breed", as well as, they can. The chances of one person owning or has had a close relationship with all of these somewhat rare breeds is slim. ........... I personally have had excellent experiences with show breeders, they were more concerned with the breed then the sale. Find a list of show breeders or go a show and meet people there size them up, and see what they have to say.
 

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Cane Corsos & Ca da Bous are VERY dominant breeds of dogs. They require a firm owner who is willing & able to put in at least an hour of strict obedience every day. They require a firm hand, yet they are very loving & pleasing dogs to their owners & work well for them. Out of those 2 breeds, I'd say the Ca da Bou is definitely more DA (on average). They are a rare breed (there are only a handful of people in the U.S. with true Ca da Bous as the breeders in other countries aren't wild about the Americans getting their hands on & changing this breed), but a breed bred for working/herding bulls, boar hunting, & even dog fighting in some areas. In addition to farm work, they are also used as guard/protection dogs & all of the ones I've come in contact with have a strong wariness, & even dislike, for strangers.

Here was 1 of our Ca da Bous. She is from Puerto Rico & was farmed out to us for us to do a breeding here in the U.S. to a top APBT in order to expand the gene pool a bit. She's no longer with us, but we will always have this little lady in our hearts. We also had her half brother, Guayacan,, but sent him & Lucha's 2 puppies back to Puerto Rico & are awaiting the arrival of some new dogs very soon.

Mucha Lucha (RIP)....bred off of El Truc




As for Alapaha Bulldogges, I don't have any experience with them so I cannot offer any advice about them.
 
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