Not so much to do with appeciating the look of muscular dogs, but to do with the people that breed for bigger and bigger muscles, overly pump them up (yes steroids are pretty common in some dog circles), dress them up in scary spikes etc and seem to enjoy all that stuff... These types make up a large proportion of Ambull fanciers it seems...
The difference similar to appreciating well muscled but normal human form or completely overdone and seemingly over-compensationg stuff... ??
Back to the topic
Now I can see the difference of a real APBT, ASBT and SBT
to American Bully and xxl pitbulls
I now understand that this breed is not an APBT, ASBT or SBT and should be classified as American Bully full stop.
Now I find it easy to spot the difference (in looks, build and colour) after understanding all the breeds
Still, after watching plenty of videos and reading forums, temperament is amazing, will it change the image of a Pitbull name?
Lol the greyhound on roids?
There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.
people reckon ive gone over the top with how ive built my car... but to do what i want it to do, im not even close to finishing......
right............so someone liking something that you chose not to makes them a ****? i see now...... my mistake......
i for one am not a fan of the giant spikes etc..... but to me its each to their own.......
im not tryign to start a war here.... jsut saying.........
Surely I'm entitled to an opinion on spikes and roids?
Actually I find this whole public image thingy quite interesting though. Where I grew up a lot of breeds are banned or restricted (including pits, staffies and rotties) and I wonder sometimes what was there first: the ban or the attraction by dodgy owners. By 'dodgy' I'm not talking about an ordinary fashion fauxpas like spikes, but dogfight rings, drug pushers, pimps and alike. Because this was what happened when they got banned. Pretty much only people with (what I'd consider) serious issues were having those dogs, which has not exactly helped their popularity in public. I never really questioned this ban, perhaps because it was always there. So when I came here first I was quite taken aback by the number of bullbreeds in Australia. If I get visitors from overseas they always comment on this and have difficulties to believe that a lot of Australians like staffies because they're actually good with kids - and don't usually eat them.
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