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04-04-2007, 12:48 AM
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Re: Agree Or Dissagree?
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man biters were strictly culled by breeders...
Show me evidence of one instance where a well-known dogman culled a manbiter that was a winningpitdog or producer, or even showed potential in either area. There is no evidence to suggest such dogswere regularly culled, however, there is ample evidence to suggest the contrary:
Gr. Ch. Gambler's Virgil
- while in a rage, tried to bite the Gambler, and actually tore the shirt off of Gambler's back as he tried to get away from him. Gambler thought very seriously about putting the dogdown, but instead decided to roll him. Evidently he liked what he saw and by the tender age of just over 18 months, Virgil became a 1X winner.
Adams' Gr. Ch. Zebo ROM
- attacked Mr. Adams' son and nearly took his son's ear off. After therequest of Mr. Adams' wife, Zebo was sold again, this time to Mr. Johnson who fought him twice more.
Loposay's Buster ROM
- The late Barney Fife and his brother, Matt, went traveling through NorthCarolina to visit Mrs. Loposay and then go to the Fork Farm, to see Mr. Grady Cummings. Upon arrival to Mrs. Loposay's, they were able to see the great producer Buster, who made an attempt to bite bothof them.
Stepp's Gr. Ch. Angus
- his only downfall was he was a man-biter, such as many of the best-to-bewere ie;
Gr Ch Art (ROM), Gr Ch Zebo (ROM), Dbl Gr Ch Tornado, Ch Honeybunch (ROM), and ChYellow John (ROM)
just to name a few...
Indian Bolio ROM
- would scream with rage until he was released into the other dog. Occasionally, hewould bite you if not released quick enough....and
...and so on.
Earl Tudor's wife was bitten so many times by Earl's dogs that her legs were covered in scars. Whenthe issue was raised regarding the temperament of the Tudor dogs, Earl replied, "If you're dumbenough to get bit by one of my dogs, that's your fault!"An uncle of mine was farmed some brood dogs by David Tant. One day my uncle went to take one of these dogs outside the house when it "chewed him from wrist to elbow." Tant refused to do anythingabout it. My uncle wanted to return the dog, but Tant told him that if he returned that one, he would