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On 22/07/2020 at 14:33, Chid said:

If anything was to walk away after being hit by an hammer .. your either using a toffee hammer or youve swung it like a girl 😂🤣

For fear of being called a girl I'll pass mate haha, when you say anything I can think of a couple beasts id love to see that theory tried on, I'll get the go pro out lol

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Feck feeding another dog , just put up a couple of Isis flags .. got the police watching my house 24/7 now 👍

I married a Northern lass good with kids bit agressive around house & can cook. No one visits anymore. Atb

If you want a yard dog and something to guard your kennels i personally dont think you can beat a well bred bandog type.Naturally territorial,generally not dog aggressive if properly socialised,physic

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25 minutes ago, Criss86 said:

For fear of being called a girl I'll pass mate haha, when you say anything I can think of a couple beasts id love to see that theory tried on, I'll get the go pro out lol

He's not Peter Sutcliffe pal..... 😂

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On 23/07/2020 at 02:08, Chid said:

I know of someone who was done for their dog biting a burglar , they had him on that he knew his dog could/would bite an intruder .. they used the fact he had a sign saying warning gaurd dogs on his gate against him .

Thats why you train your dogs to go for the throat,makes it difficult for the thieving cnts to go squealing with no voice box.🙊

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Regarding the "real gamekeepers night dog" post, that was 19th century England and the Bull Mastiff was developed to catch and kill people. It was ok back then as the people who owned the country estates made the laws and ran the world. They still do to some extent but a night dog killing a man eventually caused problems for them so stuff from Germany (farm dogs) replaced the English night dogs. At one time in English law if your dog killed a man all the owner had to do was pay the value of the dog to the family of the deceased man if he was adjudged to be the sole bread owner.

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5 minutes ago, eastcoast said:

Regarding the "real gamekeepers night dog" post, that was 19th century England and the Bull Mastiff was developed to catch and kill people. It was ok back then as the people who owned the country estates made the laws and ran the world. They still do to some extent but a night dog killing a man eventually caused problems for them so stuff from Germany (farm dogs) replaced the English night dogs. At one time in English law if your dog killed a man all the owner had to do was pay the value of the dog to the family of the deceased man if he was adjudged to be the sole bread owner.

19th century?The romans utilised mastiff type dogs to enter battle and maim ,they recognised the worth of these dogs when they encountered them in battle much earlier.They brought them to Britain as did the Normans with their mastiff versions and their punitive rural laws.By the 19th century these mastiff types had evolved into several breed specific types,some to bait animals and some to hold men.

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13 minutes ago, morton said:

19th century?The romans utilised mastiff type dogs to enter battle and maim ,they recognised the worth of these dogs when they encountered them in battle much earlier.They brought them to Britain as did the Normans with their mastiff versions and their punitive rural laws.By the 19th century these mastiff types had evolved into several breed specific types,some to bait animals and some to hold men.

Yes, true, but when rearing game birds became a "thing" in England and people and means were needed to stop others "stealing" them, the type of dogs that had already existed in the past were not readily available or breeding true. Hence the Bull Mastiff was produced. The only type of dog that I never quite trust, however fat and useless that they are now. That's not true as I also don't trust American Bulldogs and any spitz breed bigger than a terrier.

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1 minute ago, eastcoast said:

Yes, true, but when rearing game birds became a "thing" in England and people and means were needed to stop others "stealing" them, the type of dogs that had already existed in the past were not readily available or breeding true. Hence the Bull Mastiff was produced. The only type of dog that I never quite trust, however fat and useless that they are now. That's not true as I also don't trust American Bulldogs and any spitz breed bigger than a terrier.

Again the mastiff was bred centuries earlier,a breed specific type of mastiff was utilised as a keepers dog,would you not wish to own one of them now?,can you imagine owning a fecking destructive mutt like that now and learning it to puncture inflatable boats and migrants?.

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32 minutes ago, morton said:

Again the mastiff was bred centuries earlier,a breed specific type of mastiff was utilised as a keepers dog,would you not wish to own one of them now?,can you imagine owning a fecking destructive mutt like that now and learning it to puncture inflatable boats and migrants?.

No. Not really. I would dearly love to have a type of dog that I have owned or could borrow in the past to let off the lead and try better to explain to the people with large dogs why they should keep them on a lead until we can establish that their large dogs do not want to try and kill my terriers.

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