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relation between molossers and hounds

Hey you know the guy to hit with that question? Wolf Make him tell you, force him, punish him with the question, really he would know! Like I remember something or another in the past on here and other places I've read that some breeds were considered "hot blooded" or something and would use Grey Hounds and pointers and all sorts of similar breeds in everything from fighting to dogs to guardian dogs. I remember Wolf posting something about that as well, so PM him or get his attention to this thread. He needs to do something other than lurk around all shady like.
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      • Hey you know the guy to hit with that question? Wolf Make him tell you, force him, punish him with the question, really he would know! Like I remember something or another in the past on here and other places I've read that some breeds were considered "hot blooded" or something and would use Grey Hounds and pointers and all sorts of similar breeds in everything from fighting to dogs to guardian dogs. I remember Wolf posting something about that as well, so PM him or get his attention to this thread. He needs to do something other than lurk around all shady like.
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          • Yeah i remember Wolf writing about "hot blooded" breeds as well. It would be cool he could elaborate on what hot blooded means and what it brings to the table. Those breeds he mentioned, as well as the greyhound I think were the bloodhound, bulldog, pointers, mastiff, wolfhound and maybe some others ie bull terrier and pitbull. I know these breeds were used in creating some of the best pig hunting dogs in Australia. There's some interesting reading in the dog profiles section about the Old Serbian Greyhound, which it seems is extinct now, unfortunately.
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            Hey you know the guy to hit with that question? Wolf Make him tell you, force him, punish him with the question, really he would know! Like I remember something or another in the past on here and other places I've read that some breeds were considered "hot blooded" or something and would use Grey Hounds and pointers and all sorts of similar breeds in everything from fighting to dogs to guardian dogs. I remember Wolf posting something about that as well, so PM him or get his attention to this thread. He needs to do something other than lurk around all shady like.
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