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1 minute ago, flynndog said:

He mentioned it to me said could saddle it up and ride it haha always had an American about good family dog she's going to make about 85lb 23/24 tts

any pics of the pup flynn 

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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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This Am bulldog 3/4 Johnson 1/4 Scott was guarding from 3 months and would have a go at strangers at that age.At 6months I was walking him on a lead through bush near me when he started tracking,He dragged me to a guy sitting on a backhoe and tried to have him.I've got two pups from him to a pit bitch,are both top protection dogs.He died last year at 11 from an aneurysm.

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24 minutes ago, Aussie Whip said:

This Am bulldog 3/4 Johnson 1/4 Scott was guarding from 3 months and would have a go at strangers at that age.At 6months I was walking him on a lead through bush near me when he started tracking,He dragged me to a guy sitting on a backhoe and tried to have him.I've got two pups from him to a pit bitch,are both top protection dogs.He died last year at 11 from an aneurysm.

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They're underestimated dogs mines from a ff foxfarm USA import bitch to necks breeding here in the uk she's real steady  in the house and will happily lay in the yard all day she's good with other dogs don't need a lead to walk her she's stuck to my side won't even sniff another dog.

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54 minutes ago, flynndog said:

They're underestimated dogs

Not wrong there mate,that ones grandad was a brindle dog called "Crunch"supposedly one of the best bred in USA and ended up here after his cocaine smuggling owner was jailed for 20 years.Can google the brindle dog Crunch.I cant see there being a better guard than these from good lines.And as you said steady and loveable with their owners and good with my terriers and runners.Also funny dogs and great characters.

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On 06/01/2019 at 00:34, milliken said:

very true but that's not the breeds fault it the people responsible for them the good guys far out weight the bad but its only the bad you hear about

Plus nearly all the guard/protection breeds are renowned for being loyal to a fault and ready to lay down there lives for there family against anything. So only really dangerous for the wrong people that deserves it or owners who ain't a clue about those types

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4 hours ago, downsouth said:

What bloodlines does it have in it.

Not sure about this one i think he said its a mix of Imported and uk bloodlines? there an old southern breed tho of older mixed bulldogs like southern white, there blood is in the make up of the apbt. A quality working bulldog like the painters and Scotts imo!

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20 minutes ago, Criss86 said:

Not sure about this one i think he said its a mix of Imported and uk bloodlines? there an old southern breed tho of older mixed bulldogs like southern white, there blood is in the make up of the apbt. A quality working bulldog like the painters and Scotts imo!

All these modern Alapahas are a lot  newer breed than any of the other breeds that you mentioned.The origional blood was an old type of bulldog/farm cur but there has been allsorts chucked in them in the last 30/40 years and they were sent over with mythical stories and made up pedigrees just the same as the ABs were 25years ago.What UK lines is there showing in its pedigree?

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Yeah I read that a couple years ago including the mountain bulldogs etc it said the old types made up its blood line but they've only been recognised really as a pure breed for about 30/40 years. It did say about there blood in the make up of the blue cur and apbt which would explain the odd blue merle in pits. I mean the blood put in was from an English bred bloodine of abbb I think not my dog so would have to look through comments again. Nice dog tho always liked am bulldogs and had one top dog's Atb Criss 

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