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39 minutes ago, bird said:

No mate, they don't bark at all, there in twin kennel, side of my place, woody In side, and woody top dog, believe it or not, I know he little thing,  but  he like most Jack's think there bigger that what there are lol. I do think though if woody been kenneld with Buck, he would have deff guarded, he is 1/2 gsd, I think the only time he shows the gsd grit, his when he hunting. But like said if wanted a proper guard dog  I get Dutch shepard. 

 

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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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 my lickle bundle of joy..18 months old here..nothing in my line of work fazers her.100% socialized.in lots of departments..as people have said on this topic...they gotta be stimulated..

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1 minute ago, byron said:

 my lickle bundle of joy..18 months old here..nothing in my line of work fazers her.100% socialized.in lots of departments..as people have said on this topic...they gotta be stimulated..

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That  a bel mal, how tall is it look strong build. 

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2 minutes ago, bird said:

That  a bel mal, how tall is it look strong build. 

she is dsxbs bird..she was bred to be strong..she came from north yorkshire police dog section handler at eight weeks..as the lad told me,,the small types are not so intimidating on crowd control etc..lol..amazing animals,but by christ they are full on..

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On 08/07/2020 at 23:10, bird said:

 

Here you go bird 14 weeks old.... been a joy so far from going to saluki Xs to this night and day as a pup. More cat like in her mannerisms and not puppyish in body she’s like a small dog in her movement. Switched on introduce her to something new takes to it in a couple day eg she’s a crate in the van only took tills second day to realise she doesn’t get out every time door opens. Already needs to be mentally tired rather than physically if that makes sense.... takes her toys and drops them down side of decking or in the pram or under the couch just to make it harder for her self.

great breeding behind her.... wanted to go down different route from lurchers after a bit of trouble few years ago and starting business lost the passion wanted to learn something new myself get a companion dog out to graft everyday a best friend something  to slow my days down and reflect more she adores my daughter completely already will do anything for tuna pasta had 2 pees in the house 1 our fault crying to get out for a pee from crate from first night 

 

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On ‎05‎/‎07‎/‎2020 at 14:03, bird said:

ok thanks mate , what  do you think of the dutch Shepard   compare to the bel mal , ? five only ever seen 1 dutch bitch, and it was nice animal, good guard, nice temp , agile fit dog . think few lines got apbt in them from what i read on the net .. a bloke i know who used help the police pick  pups and help train few cop dogs, had couple bel mals , had big strong male 70 odd lb , very switched on type dog, but he loved well bred gsds as well , think they out crossed few mals to gsd

Here's a dutch shepherd pit mix for you

 

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On ‎09‎/‎07‎/‎2020 at 12:16, byron said:

she is dsxbs bird..she was bred to be strong..she came from north yorkshire police dog section handler at eight weeks..as the lad told me,,the small types are not so intimidating on crowd control etc..lol..amazing animals,but by christ they are full on..

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I think some of those "small" types ,might intimidate me if it was coming towards me!

 

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10 hours ago, robertb123 said:

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I think some of those "small" types ,might intimidate me if it was coming towards me!

 

that dogs playing mate,,and enjoying it..lol...it takes about 5 seconds for that bitch of mine to duff me up.hahaha..my hands are a mass of scars..i know about ten of these dogs..eight would latch on to you in a click of a finger..

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9 hours ago, W. Katchum said:

Real nice dog that 

Yeh  good dog that, wonder if them lines are still bred today, idid watch avid think it was couple years ago black bloke bred them for pp work, just like the above dog, they had pit in them, full on bite, stong/agile dogs 👍

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On 09/07/2020 at 12:02, byron said:

 my lickle bundle of joy..18 months old here..nothing in my line of work fazers her.100% socialized.in lots of departments..as people have said on this topic...they gotta be stimulated..

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i always think these driven dogs dont belong and should never be in the hands of ordinary folk like myself or others,i looked into the purchase of this breed before i got the spastic shepherd ,and i went to a trainers home ,where he ''introduced'' me to his dogs,and i saw them and what they were capable of and thought ,fuk that!!!too much drive and dog for my needs,i struggle to get out enough at the present time with work ,and imagine one of these bored out of their tits ,theyd implode/explode or just basically maul the shite out of someone

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6 hours ago, jigsaw said:

i always think these driven dogs dont belong and should never be in the hands of ordinary folk like myself or others,i looked into the purchase of this breed before i got the spastic shepherd ,and i went to a trainers home ,where he ''introduced'' me to his dogs,and i saw them and what they were capable of and thought ,fuk that!!!too much drive and dog for my needs,i struggle to get out enough at the present time with work ,and imagine one of these bored out of their tits ,theyd implode/explode or just basically maul the shite out of someone

Couldn't agree more. Frightening thing is that youngsters around me are starting to get these dogs, don't know from which lines tho. Was talking to a kid with a dutch shepherd pup, he seemed sensible and was training it and it seemed a well mannered little thing. Saw another group of kids with a malinois, looked a year old or so, the thing was pulling, lunging and the kid holding the lead had no control over it, looked like a ticking timebomb to me.

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They just another dog. I see folk all the time walking mals and herders like they got a bengal tiger on the end of the lead. Just knock em abit and keep em mad on a ball or sommat if u aint workinging em there ok. 

 

Alot of people who use dogs in a serious way dont like tha malis for there own reasons the two ive liked most was x shepherd

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in the last 12 months theres a ton of them being paraded about by traveller kids,ive seen pups  3 month old and upwards swinging off of their buddys pants and the kids thinking its great sport,when they get older and more than likely neglected ,lets hope its their owners get the results of their bitterness and not some unexpected innocent passerby

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