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Curious how this dog turned out, as I follow Andrew Johnson's program and almost bought a dog from him

would love to find out also

@Alano Thank you for your well thought out comment. I do agree with your point. In most casese it is the owner (parent) that spoils the dog or propagate the bad behavior that leads to troub.e.

Congrats on the Major win Jess. Great to see your dogs taking the stage. :)

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According to The Guardian, two people were seriously injured after a suspected attack by an American XL bully dog in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire 1. The dog was seized by the police and taken to secure kennels. A man and a woman were arrested on suspicion of allowing a dog to be dangerously out of control.

American XL bully dogs have been linked to several fatal dog attacks in the UK. In fact, six of the ten fatal dog attacks in the UK last year were linked to XL bullies, and at least three of the seven this year. The UK government has decided to ban American XL bully dogs from December 31, 2023.

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very nice photo - are those two male COs?

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We washed our dogs outside in a kiddie pool and it worked great. They were very comfoirtable in the water getting washed and blow dry. They even followed me around when I had the leaf blower going so they can get in the air stream. Probably had something to do with the heat in Texas.

was very gentle with the goats

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You are quite right - the issue is with the breed club - it usually is.

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The proposed standard revision of the Tibetan Mastiff by the parent club in the USA could set the stage for the breed to separate into two variants as has happened to the Akita.

In this article on one of my favorite dog sites Denise Flaim of Modern Molosser, beautifully describes the events surrounding the revision of the Mastiff ( Do-Khyi) Standard by the American Tibetan Mastiff Association (ATMA) a member club of the American Kennel Club (AKC).

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