"he would KILL a grown man in a fight..if I didnt get him off of you.....WAY too much for "average" trainers....FARNSWORTH was actually WAY more dangerous than TIGER.....WAY!...by 10 mos!....but thats how I like them...he ran up and down my yard shaking out my pit bull at 7 mos!....."
You claim Farnsworth is your best dog ever.
Then you write..
"TODAY...I try to produce a somewhat "LESS DANGEROUS" more versatile dog in general...."
Farnsworth is more dangerous, and you were just crying how you can't breed him. You wouldn't be double and triple breeding Farnsworth your best and most aggressive dog you're so sad to lose? Sure. You're trying to breed less aggression? Sure.
"I have found however that EXTREME dogs need to be added to the gene pool every few generations to keep the DRIVE UP"
Is this where you put the APBT in recently? Maybe that's where the recent change in phenotype, bark and prey drive came from. Why would you own a Pit when you have your own breed? Something lacking? You like this Pit more than your own dogs, enough to keep and feed him, but not for breeding?
Dude you should slow down a little bit and realize how often you contradict yourself with all the sensationalized testimony.
"you can end up with something TOTALLY DIFFERENT than what you started with if you try to improve too much...too quickly....."
Yeah, like when you add in gamebred Pit to better your "lines" nerves and grip and all the pups look like Pit.
Ya we've seen that in your dogs.
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