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Date Posted: 22:25:19 03/23/06 Thu
In reply to: O.G. 's message, "OFBA Dogs" on 12:08:12 03/11/06 Sat
>I have a game daughter of OFBA Copperhead. I got her
>directly from Lano. She is a good game dog. I saw
>Copperhead win his ADBA show. He is a good game dog.
>I saw Flatliner on my friends yard. He was a good
>game dog. Lano got me hooked on his breeding when I
>lived in L.A.
>I'm in Oregon now and want to breed my Copperhead
>bitch to a heavy Hemphill/Wilder bred dog. OFBA dogs
>are one of the purest strains of game Hemphill/Wilder
>bred dogs in the Country that are capable of competing
>in the fast lane. Lano has used some of my 44 Magnum
>dogs to cross into his Flatliner dogs. This click
>works real well, and produces rough game dogs.
>I use to own Storm's Cheyenne. She was a good game
>dog from Vera Storms yard. I would have loved to cross
>the Cheyenne blood on the Copperhead blood. I would
>like to meet breeders who are interested in keeping
>this breeding tight, and are committed to producing
>good game dogs from the Hemphill/Wilder Gernomino
Nice to hear something positive from someone who actually has and owns that particular line of Red Nose dog. Some including myself are seeing and appreciating how terribly important it is to breed the right Red Nose dogs within certain tight game bred spectrum of dog groupings.
The OFBA foundation dogs I have are working out great in representing the APBT. Most recently we have been able to see productive results where the 44 MAGNUM has worked well in an out / linebreeding of a male we have that is called Moe. He too has proven the genetic influence of solid breeding and standard for the real pit bull.
Looking good O.G., don't let down get you down ...
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