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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    That's fair enough reason. Though even if they are bread to be pigging dogs generally it still has to be taught and trained into them .We had alot of rescue cats dogs come to us when I wa growing up my mum did aid for animals we had our own english staffy girl who stopped feeding her 7 week old pups to feed 13 abandoned tiny kittens. But the worst dogs I found we had come to us were the little cross breed terrier things they had been treated so badly they were either terrified or aggressive. Where as the bigger dogs. Took to people and other animals alot quicker and better
    Oh yeah I experienced the same with the smaller terrier breeds. Rescuing gives you a good outlook on different breeds

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    Yer ruby was beautiful. Such a placid nature. Can highly recommend bull Arab breed all bull breeds are generally very beautiful dogs another. Breed I love is Johnson's bulldog. They're big and very energetic playful dogs and so beautiful temperament wise
    I have met a lot of those, I dont trust them we purchased one from a top US breeder and all was good until she tried to attack me lol thank god my pit bull was able to get out of her cage and grab her and hold her until I could get control. Had another one that attacked his owner at a dog show and ripped half his forearm off was very scary sight. The johnson bulldog is actually a bloodline of American Bull dogs not a breed in itself. Not sure you knew that if you did sorry

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    Default Bull Arabs?

    We've had 3 Bull Arabs, specifically for pig chasing.
    They've all been Bull Mastiff x English Bull Terrier x German Short Haired Pointer.
    Lovely natured and great around the kids but like all dogs we never left them unsupervised. Very athletic and DF worked with them every day.
    Our last one was put down after having a severe heart murmur, DF was really cut up over it and won't buy another now.

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