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Spent a couple of years on a cattle station in central Queensland in me early 20s . Just went over backpacking originally, but after drinking all me cash in the first month ended up with a job on this

It's not about money it's about power

I don't think that's true, a dog that has caught plenty of pigs will have the scars to show for its efforts ,even if its just a bailer. One out a big boar can make short work of a dog in fact I lost(k

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6 minutes ago, Astanley said:

Darren said he doesn't give a fuk what you think ,and he called you and ketchup a pair of twats.

He's just gone up in my estimation, he's right, we just may be... 😉🤣

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18 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

They just look like big pit bulls and i doubt have little running in them. I just don't get nor like em.

Put the right pure APBT to a greyhound (or coursing dog) and you've got a lurcher. Put that to a running dog and you've got a lurcher BUT lets face it, whatever 'bull' blood is in that, it ain't no game bred APBT is it...

If i was wanting sommat better with that frame, i'd look at a Dogo or a rangy Pressa...

That thing, to me, is no running dog..!

I agree a bull terrier lean body fit they look like running dog in the body 😆 

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They look like an alright type for pigs. We had a English bull/Eng Mastiff/Dane that was surprisingly fast in a sprint, a top pig dog and caught a deer once(only because he was told too) but he was from a line of hunters. I think if you want to create or recreate a breed of this type you need to work all gens and be ruthless in the culling to put a breed stamp on them or they are just a designer dog like a chug. Saying they can catch all game is laughable, my whippets are more allrounders, lol.

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14 hours ago, C.green said:

do they tho ? As i known a few people that have put that qestion to him and hes said come and try one gifted them away ?

Well he asks a grand+ for them on fb

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This was my Alanute x 27tts, head like a crocodile but racey enough to catch stuff, such a nice dog and loved been with me but ended up been a dog killer so He had to go, so sadley  he’s not here anymore but will never be forgotten

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Wonder how many lads who crab him have actually met him or been in his company i have never met him though his name as been around for years same as my old mate D.Sleight  as far as these type of dog's go i would not have one it would be too stressful for my mental well😄being 

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7 hours ago, Aussie Whip said:

They look like an alright type for pigs. We had a English bull/Eng Mastiff/Dane that was surprisingly fast in a sprint, a top pig dog and caught a deer once(only because he was told too) but he was from a line of hunters. I think if you want to create or recreate a breed of this type you need to work all gens and be ruthless in the culling to put a breed stamp on them or they are just a designer dog like a chug. Saying they can catch all game is laughable, my whippets are more allrounders, lol.

I live close to the second largest population of pigs in the uk and there's not really enough to warrant keeping a dog just for pigs.Especially when they can be caught with mediocre lurchers.

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1 hour ago, downsouth said:

I live close to the second largest population of pigs in the uk and there's not really enough to warrant keeping a dog just for pigs.Especially when they can be caught with mediocre lurchers.

What, like bedlington/whippets? 

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