JRT's coats are fine when they are inside dogs.i had a JRT for 5yrs(now lives with my grandma).his coalt was absoletly perfect he was a great/HYPER dog.the breed is not for everyone espically people who think wishbone.are you saying that because he was a inside dog i was in some way abusing him.my vet always commented on how georgous he was.i dont really think they would be good outside dogs personally.they love people to much to be a outside dog well at least mine did.
Thank you,as well Shiggs,for explaining what it means. I did read earlier where you said they have been tested prior to you having them I believe..?? Anyway,thank you for answering in a sincere way. I do appreciate your time in responding.
Shiggs- OK you have explained that none of your dogs are fought and none of the puppies are fought to the best of your knowledge. So please help us understand what is so important about breeding "gameness" into them? Is it for weight pulls? If so, they don't need to be dog aggressive for that do they?
Well shiggs, obviously your dogs as well as their parents have been rolled if you are calling them game. Whether or not you did it doesn't matter, the dogs have been abused. Sickening. Too bad we can't report the abuse.
Now, bear with me, as I am trying to figure this out. . .
Okay, you breed FOR gameness, out of dogs that have never been "tested' for gameness but came from parents and grandparents that were game? (Am I correct so far?)
Okay, first question, were the grandparents and parents rolled to test their gameness?
Alright, So you breed your dogs, and sell the pups to other gamemen..... So here is where I kind of get confused. Obviousely every single pup in the litter cannot be game... So, how do you tell which ones are game and which ones are 'cur' without testing(rolling) them?
Also, what happens to the dogs that are rolled and do not want to continue fighting?(aka the "cur" dogs) They cannot be placed in a 'normal' family home. You would not pick them to breed....you could not keep them all as pets....so what happens to them?
Please do not think that I am trying to belittle or bash you. I am trying to figure out your logic in this.
They are bred for gameness for the same reason labs are breed to retrieve. Its in thier blood. Its what they are suppose to be.
Yes the first part is right. I know the parents and grandparents were game because they were winners .
When youve been around them long enough you can pick up on signs in puppy age-young adult. Most dont really start to show it until 6months-2years. Curs are fixed and placed in homes with people who know how to raise them. I keep track of all mine incase problems arise. If they dont show by 2 years they are fixed and placed.
People do different things with thier curs. I cant speak for everyone. Alot of my pups and adult curs go to friends who like to participate in weight pull.
If you havent noticed dog fighting is illegal in most states. By fighting my dogs i not only loose all my dogs but i spend a decent amount of time in prison. I dont know about anyone else but i like living on the outside.
Yeah but you support those that do fight their dogs by getting puppies/dogs from people that faught their parents. Supporting abuse is just as bad as being the one doing the abusing.
There is no reason to have a "game" pit bull unless you are fighting it. Or having someone fight it for you. People get dogs for pets, not so they can be aggressive and sit in the yard on a tie out 24/7. I don't buy it.
So you admit to supporting the dog fighting industry? If you didn't fight the parents or grandparents you are saying that you bought your 'stock' from people who did.....
AND THAT YOU KNEW THEY FOUGHT THEM!!! AND that you knew the parents were winners.
You are so involved in that culture. I am suprised you haven't admitted doing it yourself. You think it is okay or you wouldn't raise the dogs you do--- or buy 'stock' from the people you do.
If you haven't fought your dogs--you will because you don't think there is anything wrong with FIGHTING.... call it 'gameness' or 'rolling' or 'snuggling' what ever you call it-- it is cruel and abusive and ILLEGAL (which is probably the real reason you just aren't straight up admitting it).
Shame on you, and God help your poor dogs in your 'yard' BARFFFFFFFFFFFFF.
I got the pups and dogs from good lines. Most people who have a pit have fighting dogs in thier pedigree. The people i got my dogs from didnt fight them. I dont fight them. As far as everyone else is concerned i dont know. I am not them. I dont play 20 questions with them. I dont do a 150 point inspection of thier yard. When i get i dog i look at it, its parents and its pedigree. Then i determine if its worth getting. Thats all.
Now the parents arent faught? You are getting so twisted in your lies you cant remember fact from fiction. You yourself said the dogs parents and grandparents were tested for gameness. that is the same as fighting.
You show ALL the signs of a dog fighter. I wish I had a way to report it... hmm...
lol you guys are truely a trip to talk to. I have never met anyone make assumptions as quick as yall do. I stand firm when i say i dont fight my dogs. I dont support the dog fighting industry. I will never fight them.
You are not a mind reader so please quit telling me what i will and will not do.
I am not wrapped up in the dog fighting industry. I know alot of people. Word travels abouts whos dog took whos and in what amount of time. And what male is being hooked with what female. If you listen you find things out.