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    I had a picture floating around here somewhere in another thread of 3 well bred structures, all show champions an APBT, AST, and dual APBT/AST, buggered if I could find it with a forum search LOL. Thread may have gone kaput. I could clearly see differences in that pic.

    Saying that I also have Pics of working dogs of both AST and APBT and you would be hard pressed to tell the difference, and It has not much to do with what blood/genotype they come from.
    Conditioned dogs look fab.

    This is just my opinion but differences can also be seen in say a field Labrador and a non working lab. Even to put this further into my perspective, a working man and a pencil pusher man has marked differences in physicality. Both men, but different physiques brought on by environment.
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    jonbox i only got 2 right but you went the same as four of mine... lol, silly bugger

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    Patiently waiting, waiting and waiting for the results.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan4nas View Post
    jonbox i only got 2 right but you went the same as four of mine... lol, silly bugger


    bugger, oh well, I'd only be guessing if I changed them.

    Maybe change 1 to a pit and 5 to a amstaff

    can never really tell with the well bred ones

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    OK guys I'm home , just checking your results


    Oh and Beau I'm pretty sure I had the same 3 as well but the threads in question were hoovered I'm thinking.
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    OK it seems , most are sitting on 2 from 5 . I wont spill the complete beans just yet , I'll give you a hint though , there are only 2 APBT in there.

    Jon I like the cross of the two , I have friends up North who produce a cross and they are a lovely looking dog. More leg and refined head . I'm not a fan of the really ( this is just my opinion lol ) undershot jaws of the Johnsons on their own. Some of the Johnsons being bred today are becoming far too undershot ( again a human error where playing with line breeding without the required knowledge needed - see it alot in NSW ) and just too heavy,real slab like dogs but whilst they appear 'big' they also appear to lack the 'strength' behind it if you get what I'm saying. Just needed to edit this bit after I reread it lol.....if it was just the head structure being sacrificed but still a really nice bodied dog I would'nt be so adverse to the Johnsons . Am I making any sense lol

    I like the Scotts but do prefer the cross of the two

    As Beau said though,it can be an extreme difference in same dog tendencies depending on the breeder or use behind it .
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    I like these types of Bulldog ( this is a Scott)

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    yeah I know what your saying chop, I dont like that type of head either, I like a dog bred for performance, and the squashed face just creates problems, supposedly its so they can breath when they hold a bull yet they have problems when they are just walking, and as for the strength I think that its because they don't have the room for proper jaw muscles, If you look at the catch dogs that are bred today, such as pig dogs (yes bull arabs again) they all have long mouths rather than squashed faces.

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    Thanks,was hoping you'd get what I was saying lol

    Thats my biggest bug bear when it comes to the bully breeds in general these days.They were bred to be strong,agile dogs with outstanding stamina yet as you say,some of todays dogs are flat out walking the block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonbax View Post
    bugger, oh well, I'd only be guessing if I changed them.

    Maybe change 1 to a pit and 5 to a amstaff

    can never really tell with the well bred ones



    Just to tease you some more


    Now I'm off to do lasagna for dinner for me and the 2 legged feral,will put you out of your miseries when we've eaten lol!
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