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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Turn this around AF, if someone was generalising your beloved breed like you are doing to them, you would be outraged.
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    My beloved breed is generalized all the time, i am used to it & try my best at ignoring it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    But AF, Floyds heritage is as a bull baiting dog! Certainly one of the most barbaric, inhumane, gambling 'sports' out there!
    Yes i know all about SBT's breed history & i don't approve of it or support it.. but i live in the now & not the past...


    After the terrifying experience i endured as a young child in regard's to "pigging dog's".. i'm bloody surprised that i even have taken to a bull breed at all. But as far a bull breeds go, the SBT is as far as i personally will take to owning any bull breed. There is only one breed for me & i personally don't see any other breed of dog in my heart & i can happily walk out in public & not notice others breeds either.

    There i've said it, exactly how i personally feel.... & my rant over & done with.
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    I don't think that is very fair...
    The SBT is the original 'blood thirsty killer', yet you hate the modern day hunter...
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    i do not condone the use of dogs in ANY type of hunting..i see the use for dogs in flushing pigs out however i think its a bit of a stretch to say that thats all pigs are used for. they are also trained to bite the snout and or ears and not let go until a bullet can end the whole scuffle.. not only is it horrible way to die for the poor pig (i do acknowledge that they are a pest and need to be irradicated) but the amount of tusk and spiking injury that the pig dogs get is also horrendous..
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    So I guess Jack Russells flushing rabbits out are bad?
    What about mice catching cats? My cat looooooves to torture the mice he catches.
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    i think a dog chasing a bunny out of its own accord is a bit different from blooding a dog and keeping it only for hunting.....

    if you read what i actually said i said i can see how you could train to flush vermin out, but the actual kill or taking down of the animal is what i have an issue with
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    So I guess Jack Russells flushing rabbits out are bad?
    What about mice catching cats? My cat looooooves to torture the mice he catches.

    Mice catching cats....mmmmm, Myf, the mind boggles.

    I know what you meant though.

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    But I encourage Roly to catch rabbits and rats. His only problem is he's too slow.
    I can be sure if he ever caught one, I'd let it go though
    What about with my cat?


    I don't know where im going with this, I don't condone pig hunting either
    I guess im more replying to you saying you don't agree with any type of hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Mice catching cats....mmmmm, Myf, the mind boggles.

    I know what you meant though.
    No no, it makes sense

    Like pig hunting dogs, mice catching cats. Get it?
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    there is trained hunting and natural hunting thats all im saying
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