American Bulldog X Central asian ovcharka

Interesting mixing the CAO and AB. Looks like a powerful guard dog. Very nice.
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  • Check out this vid apparently the dog is a AB x CAO. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLvPj0tAn5Q&feature=related Tell me what you think?
    • Interesting mixing the CAO and AB. Looks like a powerful guard dog. Very nice.
      • Fat dog with crooked legs and unsure, fearfull personality. Unfortunately many of those mixes with ABs, bullmastiffs, pits... are sold as pure CAOs these days.
        • Seems a bit of a odd mix to me, CAO's are like twice the size. Impressive looking dog, but the legs do look a lil weak and to thin. Poorly bred i think.
          • CHUNKY!
            • Yeah this dog isnt well kept its overweight and has litlle muscle probably due to never being walked. Still its a unusual mix that turns out quite nice.
              • YL unsure and fearful personality? You can tell all that from a picture, intriguing. Fat...? As dogs age they become sedentary and gain a little weight. Does this stop this dog from his job or does it add to his formidability and power? Care to cross onto this dog's owner's property to see if he is good at his job or not. Or maybe let loose wildlife onto the property and see if they kept at bay. CAO's are mostly sold as pure CAO's today, but are really mixed with AB, bullmastiff's and pits...really? Have any qualitative evidence to that statement?
                • [quote1275358975=ABBB] YL unsure and fearful personality? You can tell all that from a picture, intriguing. Fat...? As dogs age they become sedentary and gain a little weight. Does this stop this dog from his job or does it add to his formidability and power? Care to cross onto this dog's owner's property to see if he is good at his job or not. Or maybe let loose wildlife onto the property and see if they kept at bay. CAO's are mostly sold as pure CAO's today, but are really mixed with AB, bullmastiff's and pits...really? Have any qualitative evidence to that statement? [/quote1275358975] "Yes" to all the above questions.
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