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    Lock jaw. Is a thing that all bull terrers have bull dogs staffies have it to. Ones the dog got hold it jaw lock on and it ritty hard to pull tham a part. When my mum was breeding staffies our females will go at echer and it riey hard to get tham apart. My trick is to grap behind the neck at the two pesr pionts and puss hard most of the time it work. Some time samp at you but if you know what you are do do it
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    Sorry im on my sis ipod it so hard to tipe with thes thing and the rene im up is becuse i cant sleep But im going to try agan to go to bed nigth every one. Lol dont let the computer bug bite. Sleep tite bye
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    I'll agree - the lock jaw will always be my favourite.

    It's funny though, occasionally at the dog park I'll hear a very "knowledgable" young teenager or a middle aged man or Lab owner or something along those lines give thier expert opinion about Bully Breeds - some of the things they come out with are hysterical, I even once overheard a guy talking about Japanese Tosa's like he has owned them for years.

    P.S. nothing against Lab owners or thier dogs I was just using them as an example of something far from a Bull Breed

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    I get a lot of "those dogs" comments.
    Kimba will bound up to someone on the beach (unleashed area) she just says hello and usually will try to get the dog to lay with her.
    Soo many times I've had people scoop up their dogs, I'll run over and tell them she's okay & just wants to play & they usually reply with " You can never be too sure with 'those' type of dogs"

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    Quote Originally Posted by newfsie View Post
    Well it could be, I will never argue over something I am not 100% sure of, but it took us over 3/4 hour to get them apart. And my hubby is strong.
    Physiologically speaking - what would cause the jaw to lock?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    Physiologically speaking - what would cause the jaw to lock?
    Well In my brain I was not being technical or getting into the physiology of it. I just could not get Annabelle off the other dogs, until we used Mega force.

    Thinking of it now....Before my fingers did the typing (LOL)......It was not a lockjaw as you would see in Tetanus, which I have seen in my medical environment. I just meant Hard/difficult/impossible to get the Bl**dy dog of the other dog. I have easily pulled GSD and other breeds apart in my life with dogs and involvement with dog training, but Annabelle was the first dog we could not just disengage her. Still I will still insist it was very difficult

    With her it must have been pure "I am not letting go". Thank heavens she is great to now stop
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    True, I think the combination of dertermination, jaw strength and drive means that some dogs do a great impression of a locked jaw.
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    Get a crow bar and try to slide it in the dogs mouth and turn the crowbar sideways to open it. Maybe that would work, I think biting on the dogs ear will hurt more. I also heard of poking it up its ass, but i guess someone has already tried that and said it failed.

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    I think biting on the dogs ear will hurt more. I also heard of poking it up its ass
    Perhaps you could go find two big dogs fighting and try one of these methods and let us know how it works out for you.











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    What a fantastic idea, stick your face really near to the jaws of a fighting dog and bite its ear.

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