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tyson is growing, he's prob gained an extra 5lbs in the past month.


This is prob the best pic I took


This is just a close up of him


This is the worst pic, him sitting back


This is him telling me "Give me a break with the camera"
 

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I'm a little slow.. I don't see the irony. LOL (You know I was talking about Heaven and Nala when I said "daughters" right?) :lol:
 

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Tyson is a very handsome boy...huge too! He has a cute expression on his face in that last pic :D We need more pics of him!
 

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Tyson looks very happy in those pics I must say! He is handsome.

I have one question though...Do you not find it difficult to control and handle him while on that chain and harness? That chain leash must be awfully hard on the hands and being connected to a harness must make it even more difficult to control the dog??? What made you chose such a setup for walking your dog? It doesn't seem to practical nor does it seem like you would have the upper hand with such a setup.
 

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Tyson looks very happy in those pics I must say! He is handsome.

I have one question though...Do you not find it difficult to control and handle him while on that chain and harness? That chain leash must be awfully hard on the hands and being connected to a harness must make it even more difficult to control the dog??? What made you chose such a setup for walking your dog? It doesn't seem to practical nor does it seem like you would have the upper hand with such a setup.
Tyson has a very good tempermanet. He neither tugs or get out of control while walking. He understands all the comands he's given. Sit, stop and go ect. I'm not into choke collars, because there is no need for it.
 

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Wow. A one year old dog that is so well trained that it never requires a correction!! Asian, any chance you can take my dogs for a few months and train them for me? We need to start calling you the next Ceasar Milan!! You are an AMAZING man! You have any videos of that dog?
 

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Wow. A one year old dog that is so well trained that it never requires a correction!! Asian, any chance you can take my dogs for a few months and train them for me? We need to start calling you the next Ceasar Milan!! You are an AMAZING man! You have any videos of that dog?
quit trolling threads to start trash talking Lisa. I had a sense you wanted to start something with me. There's no need to start being sarcastic. Yes my dog is well behaved.

Here if you don't believe how well behave Razors Edge line dogs are

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrWVY5vr1r0&search=pit bull
 

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You know what Asian? Some people's good temperamented dogs are other people's pussies. :). The good dogs are never the easiest to train. But I guess that is the difference between me and most pet owners. I like a dog with attitude and spunk (as long as they are stable). You know the type that is so ballsy they want to be the leader? Much rather bring them down that have to build them up :) I guess for the avg person though thats too much work so I can see how most would want a compliant dog.

Honestly, this is the first time I have ever seen someone relate temperament and behaviour in this fashion. Maybe its just that RE dogs are extremely soft and pliable? Or maybe your dog is not as well trained as you say it is? I am not sure which one it is but its something because NO one year old dog I have ever met, even ones with very experienced trainers are so well trained that they never need to be corrected.

Not trying to trash Asian but when you see someone walking their dog with a harness made for civil agitation attached to a leash made of chain, you gotta ask why? Can you say negative stereotype? When people walk down the street and see something like that it adds fuel to that negative rap the breed already has. Not to mention you will have very little control of that animal if anything were to ever happen...even something that was not your fault.

Your dog is a nice looking boy that looks in the pictures to be very happy. Why not just enjoy him rather than try and make him look tough? Judging by your description, he doesn't sound like he's too tough anyways.

Regarding the video..I would love to watch it and see what you are talking about. Unfortuantely I have moved and I am only able to get dialup connection so I can't watch videos. If I am at a friends with high speed in the near future I will try to make a point of watching it though. I really want to know what you mean about these dogs.
 

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nice looking boy.

Hey, I have always liked these blue hippos, but I thought you did not like them? Maybe it was not you.

hey, asian, the agitation harness thing and the chain........it has to go. It looks "asianredneck'ish".

Damm. Get a pinch. That will freak people out.
 

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Lisa said:
You know what Asian? Some people's good temperamented dogs are other people's pussies. :). The good dogs are never the easiest to train. But I guess that is the difference between me and most pet owners. I like a dog with attitude and spunk (as long as they are stable). You know the type that is so ballsy they want to be the leader? Much rather bring them down that have to build them up :) I guess for the avg person though thats too much work so I can see how most would want a compliant dog.

Honestly, this is the first time I have ever seen someone relate temperament and behaviour in this fashion. Maybe its just that RE dogs are extremely soft and pliable? Or maybe your dog is not as well trained as you say it is? I am not sure which one it is but its something because NO one year old dog I have ever met, even ones with very experienced trainers are so well trained that they never need to be corrected.

Not trying to trash Asian but when you see someone walking their dog with a harness made for civil agitation attached to a leash made of chain, you gotta ask why? Can you say negative stereotype? When people walk down the street and see something like that it adds fuel to that negative rap the breed already has. Not to mention you will have very little control of that animal if anything were to ever happen...even something that was not your fault.

Your dog is a nice looking boy that looks in the pictures to be very happy. Why not just enjoy him rather than try and make him look tough? Judging by your description, he doesn't sound like he's too tough anyways.

Regarding the video..I would love to watch it and see what you are talking about. Unfortuantely I have moved and I am only able to get dialup connection so I can't watch videos. If I am at a friends with high speed in the near future I will try to make a point of watching it though. I really want to know what you mean about these dogs.
did you have this amped up in you all this time? lol



You know what Asian? Some people's good temperamented dogs are other people's pussies. . The good dogs are never the easiest to train. But I guess that is the difference between me and most pet owners. I like a dog with attitude and spunk (as long as they are stable). You know the type that is so ballsy they want to be the leader? Much rather bring them down that have to build them up I guess for the avg person though thats too much work so I can see how most would want a compliant dog.
I'm sorry Lisa we're not all on your level. You need to get out and enjoy the sun. Do some gardening or something.

Honestly, this is the first time I have ever seen someone relate temperament and behaviour in this fashion. Maybe its just that RE dogs are extremely soft and pliable? Or maybe your dog is not as well trained as you say it is? I am not sure which one it is but its something because NO one year old dog I have ever met, even ones with very experienced trainers are so well trained that they never need to be corrected.

My dog has good character, I have ways subdue my dogs without using force. It's called dogggy treats. RE dogs are breed to be soft and pliable, yes ....That's one thing you're right about, RE are easily correctable dogs.
 

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Re: nice looking boy.

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Hey, I have always liked these blue hippos, but I thought you did not like them? Maybe it was not you.

hey, asian, the agitation harness thing and the chain........it has to go. It looks "asianredneck'ish".

Damm. Get a pinch. That will freak people out.
People don't seem bothered by it. When they see the harness they think he's well behaved and has a master that takes care of him.
 

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Asian, thank you for clarifying about RE dogs. That clears up ALOT.

You enjoy your type of dogs and I'll enjoy mine. ;)

Have a nice day.
 

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Asian, thank you for clarifying about RE dogs. That clears up ALOT.

You enjoy your type of dogs and I'll enjoy mine. ;)

Have a nice day.
Just wondering what your type of dogs are if you dont mind me asking..
 
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