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12 hours ago, Black neck said:

In India the call them gulterr or summat like that a corruption of bull terrier and the look more capable o doing a bit think they have them to hold pigs like and the have these driven days where the slip big lurchers at wild boar big turnouts and the have field hospital for injured dogs an that its pretty wappy?

I was watching something like that on youtube the other day,they were setting big bull and pit type dogs on a tied up boar in an arena.I don't know what they achieved by this or what the point of it was but there looked to be hundreds of dogs there being dragged around by a bunch of weirdo's.

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Game bred English bull terrier is like saying a game bred poodle , there’s plenty out there wich will start a fight with dogs in the street but game breed means bred game for a box and I can’t name on

In a lets see who can eat its own pups as if ther pringles competition.f***ing mentaly unstable bags of shit.

What possible qualities could an experienced terrier man find in one of those egg headed monstrosities that he wouldnt find in a Pit Bull ?.....in what way does your average Ebt out perform your avera

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3 hours ago, Aussie Whip said:

I was watching something like that on youtube the other day,they were setting big bull and pit type dogs on a tied up boar in an arena.I don't know what they achieved by this or what the point of it was but there looked to be hundreds of dogs there being dragged around by a bunch of weirdo's.

An mate what I seen was boar being driven out of millet and maize by some beaters then slipped big bull type lurcher at them tbf the was slipping quite a few but the odd 1 pulled single funny enough 1 that coped on it's own looked like a pure grey 

None of that baiting lark or I'd call me uncle sarfraz to feck them off and clip um a f****r

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On 17/07/2019 at 09:52, Aussie Whip said:

I was watching something like that on youtube the other day,they were setting big bull and pit type dogs on a tied up boar in an arena.I don't know what they achieved by this or what the point of it was but there looked to be hundreds of dogs there being dragged around by a bunch of weirdo's.

Ive veen told you dont want anything overley hard for boar just something thats sensible enough to get hold as safe as possible as there never gonna out bully it. Think alot of the ozzie dogs are things like boxer crosses. Dont think you can judge the work of a type with boar and feral pigs really.

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1 hour ago, C.green said:

Ive veen told you dont want anything overley hard for boar just something thats sensible enough to get hold as safe as possible as there never gonna out bully it. Think alot of the ozzie dogs are things like boxer crosses. Dont think you can judge the work of a type with boar and feral pigs really.

My mrs used to run a chiller and catch pigs for a living,they used huge mastiff/dane crosses sometimes with EBT added.The trend these days is for staghound/EBT crosses or Bull arabs(usually EBT,pointer,greyhound) line bred for pigs.Kelpies,catahoula's for bailing.She always said a dog cant be too hard for pigs.Others use anything from boxers to jack russells for blackberry work and lurcher types on open plains.The big dogs the mrs had were smart at their trade as well as very powerfull.So pig dog types vary as to terrain and choice of the owners.

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8 hours ago, Aussie Whip said:

My mrs used to run a chiller and catch pigs for a living,they used huge mastiff/dane crosses sometimes with EBT added.The trend these days is for staghound/EBT crosses or Bull arabs(usually EBT,pointer,greyhound) line bred for pigs.Kelpies,catahoula's for bailing.She always said a dog cant be too hard for pigs.Others use anything from boxers to jack russells for blackberry work and lurcher types on open plains.The big dogs the mrs had were smart at their trade as well as very powerfull.So pig dog types vary as to terrain and choice of the owners.

Used to see pics of bully heelers for the blackberry tunnels  , hard looking little dogs  ?

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The only bull terrier hunting kennel I've heard of is called Gladiator. The kennel belonged to forester František Anderle from CSSR. But this is the history of the breed for a long time.Anderle.jpg.b3e5a20cc4fcc9804771dc347ffc0e12.jpg

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