Originally Posted by Firehazard
thats smut... if it aint.. then my red dog with the same markings on face aren't smut either .. its a mutation of it
red on red or its just a shadow that doesnt go away. Like I said in many posts before OFRN was my first love as well ^^^ and I don't believe I said anything about them lacking ability or game. Matter afact I said I liked danger and wanted stuff tight like that or none at all. Why?? Cause I can pull the same dogs out of Xs out of any good strain down from Dibo .. Becuase the DNA is all there. Its all math. As long as they're workers DNA doesn't lie. Same with Colby.. its the preservation factor. IF not a solid honest dog to its ped.. I can get any dog out of a good dibo sub strain or family. However light has shinned down on me, and I got me something to preserve
special thanks to those involved
It's just an old pic.
There is one place to get those dogs, that have not been outcrossed.
Here is a link with some history: OLD FAMILY KENNELS |
As I hinted above, IMO, to look for dogs with "specific" dogs way back is about the same as paper hanging.
The only dogs that matter are the grandparents and great-grandparents.
Personally, I don;t believe in outcrossing UNLESS there is something lacking.
If it isn't broke, don;t fix it!
When tight line breeding, you get the good with the bad. The bad is culled out.
's are built up through selective breeding, not through mathematics.
No bloodline is flawless, but with a good one, and careful culling, the % of quality dogs grows and bad dogs can be rare.
A lot of bloodlines were ruined by careless breeders. Lots of watered down dogs out there, because everyone thinks they can just mix and get the blood to click.
Oh, and DNA CAN lie!
The only thing in a dog that can't lie is the heart! You can't see it, but you can hear it.
Many mistake a dog as being game-bred because of the peds.
Gameness was always the last thing seen in a dog.
And even then, if not conditioned properly, it could still lose.
Another thing, many would go out and buy a dog of another blood, and then super test it.
They always tested other blood harder than their own.
Then, sometimes, they would second guess and test again.
Each "test" took something out of a dog. So they often ruined dogs of other blood, afraid to admit it was better than their own.
That is called foolish pride.
My friend FM said guys who did that didn't deserve dogs, as they were only in it for the money.
Carver used to say, "This dog is willing to give its all and die for me, so you can be damn sure I'm gonna be his friend."