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Here is Chucky my boy. 75-77lbs ripped.

We had a heat wave and it hit 100 degrees! We worked on our grips and he was loving it. I like his wind.

 

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my other working DEMON!




This one is Billy. He is my fiance's dog. bad bad bad bad dog. As soon as we get married, he is GONE!
 

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PeterC said:



This one is Billy. He is my fiance's dog. bad bad bad bad dog. As soon as we get married, he is GONE!


Don't be too quick. I still haven't forgiven my husband for getting rid of my dog
and that was 17 years ago.
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Dober my 4lb Chihuahua is the one I have to worry about :oops: He is sweet but he wants to approach you people always go after dogs? :shock: If they would give him a minute he will sniff then want to play but he has to check you out 1st....Out of the two he is difiantly the sassy one...But this is the one you have to worry about ,LOL!!!!!
 

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yep. that is ICE.

I like her. She is very fast, intense, and has excellent endurance. Many non working people sometimes comment how skinny she is. LOL. Funny how they don't say anything, once they see her work.

This is why I love ABs. I think it is mainly due to her. there is a lot of love in her heart.
 

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Dober my 4lb Chihuahua is the one I have to worry about :oops: He is sweet but he wants to approach you people always go after dogs? :shock: If they would give him a minute he will sniff then want to play but he has to check you out 1st....Out of the two he is difiantly the sassy one...But this is the one you have to worry about ,LOL!!!!!

He is the cutest thing in the world!!!!! I love him!
 

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Nice bunch you have there Peter (especially your queen!)...love those smaller AB's.... have some myself! So much more agile and easier to deal with.

Was it you that has a dog(s) from Luciallano and Natalie?
 

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Good question, though those little one's are quite difficult. LOL.

My Little Hoodlum:

 

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PeterC?

I am just curious as to why you would want a 70lb american bulldog? I use to breed pitbulls and thats the reason I wanted an american bulldog because they was a bigger bully breed. My ambull is nowhere neer as fast and agile as a pitbull but he is way faster than any human and he hits the sleeve like a freight train...as soon as I get a video capture device I am going to upload a few videos. He has cought a few decoys off guard and actually brought them to the ground and I think I can safely say that a 70lb pit just dont have the weight behind him to be able to do that. I guess what I want to know is why you would prefer a 70lb ambull over a 70lb pit? You dont see to many 70lb ambulls however I have seen alot of 70lb pits in my life. Who is in his ped? Are the sire and dame that small? How about his siblings?
 

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I don't want to answer for Peter, but I can say that the standard AB dogs along the lines of leclerc + painter do have a ton of apbt crossed in. They are actually what I would call a larger, thicker game-bred / drivey pit (yes they were game-tested and combat bred, this is why Leclerc and Painter were incarcerated). Great working dogs, and proven so.
 

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I don't want to answer for Peter, but I can say that the standard AB dogs along the lines of leclerc + painter do have a ton of apbt crossed in. They are actually what I would call a larger, thicker game-bred / drivey pit (yes they were game-tested and combat bred, this is why Leclerc and Painter were incarcerated). Great working dogs, and proven so.
Yes I know that my dog is a hybrid, Painter x Johnson but most of the Leclerc and Painter and scott dogs I have seen was at least 90lbs...70lbs is still small for anytype of american bulldog IMO. I guess what I am wondering is was you purposely looking for an ambull that small and if so why did you not just get a pitbull?
 

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This is just my opinion as I don't have knowledge of apbt (or not as much as I'd like to have) but it is to my belief that a standard AB along the lines of painter + leclerc are still a bit hardier, with a harder bite than an apbt of the same size. I am no professional though, but to my knowledge I believe this to be true.
 

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Smaller AB's are much more agile and long winded than larger AB's..period. I am not saying that larger AB's can't work or don't work or aren't capable..just that smaller AB's have alot more going for them. Most of my females range from 60-80 pounds..they can clear a 10 ft fence like it was nothing..on the other side of the spectrum, I have seen larger AB's (100+ pounds) that would like to do something like that but just aren't capable... they are too big..just don't have the speed or the stamina that a smaller dog has.

What if a bad guy hopped a fence...a smaller dog could clear it fast and get the guy..a larger dog may be held up at too large an obstacle.

A smaller dog will tear someone a new a**hole just as easy as a large dog..if anything, they would be better as they are quicker and can manuover better than a large dog. If they have a good strong bite, they can wear anyone down.
 
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