UKC Forum Member
Registered: Dec 2013
Location: Nichols Ny
Here's how I see this.
Group 1) they have heartless gutless backpacking dogs that can't handle pressure of any kind and want tree jackers, blowers, and any dog that can win over there's scratched. I don't care for a true mean dog, never have and never will. They don't tend to make it here.
Group 2) this group likes mean dogs and prays on everyone else's dogs. And this type don't tend to be loners, they backpack more so than the typical cuz its how they win is to back a dog and run it off the tree. I hate type of dog and don't care much for the owners either.
Group 3) (my group)Dog doesn't take deal from others, but doesn't ever seem to fight anything unless teeth were applied to it. I don't want a mean dog. But I want 1 that doesn't take any deal from the rest of them. And honestly I like them to end the squabble fast and in a hurry. My Bildo dog I would definitely not put in the mean category. He would take some cheap but as soon as some teeth came in contact he ended it pretty quick only seen 2 dogs that he wouldn't tolerate on tree much. Both of those dogs would run other dogs off the tree. And I've got some good memories of the look on the handlers faces to those dogs when they couldn't run Bildo off a tree.
I know people are getting scratched for their dog defending itself, and honestly it happens more than most of want to admit. It won't effect me anyway this rule goes down. But I do happen to think you can't scratch a dog for a fight it didn't start. If you think that's right then you need to re-evaluate the sport if your choice. A dog defending itself doesn't mean a mean or aggressive dog. If you do then you fit in group 1.
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