Dog Attack Styles | National Geographic



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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    trainer overexerted when Malionois or Dutch Shepherd attacked him.clearly faking the struggle.

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    Fuck, that looked like a massive takedown. Now imagine this… underwater… with a great white instead of a dog.

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    These dogs got nothing on my mutts. The big one goes straight for the crotch whilst the little one runs around the back and latches onto your arse.

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    When it comes to style and ability, I say that bulldogs like the American Pit bulldogs and the American bulldog are some mighty fine dogs. Working bulldogs like the APB were designed and used catch and take down unruly cattle and mean hogs on farms, cattle ranches, hunting, and for bloodsports such as bull baiting and bear baiting and are mighty fine at these purposes because of their power, speed, agility, gripping ability, drive, grit, and stamina to hang in there until the job was done. Designed as a working and sporting dog for large game, bulldog type dogs show amazing amount of ability and qualities for taking on opponents. Though bulldogs are generally very man-friendly and are not insecure, unsure, or suspicious of humans by nature, they can be trained for this kind of work because of their amazing abilities and versatility, though most folks in the bulldog community understand they are designed to grip and hold other animals and not men, these dogs can and will take a man down if need be. Like dog expert, author, and breed historian Diane Jessup writes:
    “First a hunter, then a butcher's dog, then a baiter, then a dog fighter, American Pit Bulls which display behavior typical of their heritage are gripping dogs; they come from a long, long genetic history which dictates they get a hold and HANG ON! This behavior saved their life during the years they were hunting boar, stag and bear, and also stood them in good stead when they moved on to working bulls, bears and other animals in baiting sports. This same behavior can work to make breaking up a fight quite easy and safe. The Pit Bull is a bulldog in action and appearance. He is a gripping dog – not a terrier (which means Earth dog which pursues its quarry underground). The English bulldog is a relatively recently developed animal designed strictly for the show ring. In fact, English bulldogs were not even created until several years AFTER bull baiting (the purpose for which it was supposed to have been bred) was banned and discontinued in the United Kingdom. So, it is impossible for the Pit Bull to have been developed from a breed younger than itself. In fact, the English bulldog is developed from the original working bulldog – the Pit Bull. Written Pit Bull pedigrees date into the late 1700's. The history of the Pit Bull far predates the time when bans on bull baiting caused blood sport fanciers to turn to fighting dog against dog."
    They are powerful, versatile, and high drive working dogs that can either be used for good or bad. It's really more about the master, how the dog is raised, and what he is trained to do.

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    Just so everyone knows that Dutch Shepherd (Retards on the show spelled it Dutch Shepard) is a KNPV dog. It most certainly doesn't weigh 130 LBS! If it does it's obese. The largest Dutch Shepherd ever was 115 LBS! And that's huge! The Malinois in this video is a French Ring dog making it smaller by default because of it's lineage. If the Malinois was from KNPV lines like the Dutch Shepherd the results would've been exactly the same. Don't listen to this BULLSHIT!

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    the boerboel (south african mastiff ) can produce bite pressure of 700lbs …now u would not want that locked on your arm…

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    DOGGY STYLE.  Weiner dogs rule.  They attack low, lol cuz their legs are only inches long.  They will bite your toes off.  Or

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  • September 12, 2017 at 3:42 am
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    its funny how everyone wants thier dog to be strongest / best

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