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MRK
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May 1, 2007, 6:31 AM

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I just want to share this K9 sport that can really test the true power of our dogs. let me share some pictures..Smile









comments please..thanks..Wink
well trained pitbulls....


MRK
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May 1, 2007, 6:48 AM

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this is "LOCCO" he is a K9 weight pulling association of the Philippines champion, Philippine pitbull club weight pulling champion and National pitbull terrier club ADBA standard grand champion. He is the pound per pound record holder in weight pulling here in the philippines.


well trained pitbulls....


Kevin Chuan
ALPHA


May 1, 2007, 9:07 AM

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Hi Brother,

Good sharing! We are working on it in Malaysia, and we need the adviser like you to help us... most of the pit owner in Malaysia are more keen to pit performance, we hope we can do something to help this breed by telling the public that NOT all the pitbull know how to fight but they can do some other sport (weight pulling).

Keep sharing brother... Frown


pitbull
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May 1, 2007, 10:56 AM

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Bro....

Nice of u to share some sport for pitbull owners.

Can these weight pulling doggie develope "hernia" in the future due to excessive weight pulling?

Because for humans, if carry excessive weight frequently, slowly but surely will develope "hernia"

For me apbt is greater than involving into this kind of sport.

Thank you and hope you could feedback regarding the side effect or advantage of this kind of sport to me.
Frown"THE APBT is no more A HEAD BREED than any other dog"


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Jack_MBT
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May 2, 2007, 2:10 AM

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Hi MRK dude, which part of Phillipines you are in ? Btw, is there any possibility for you to send us one of the pulling strap ? How much does it cost ?

We need one sample to start the fabrication : )
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MRK
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Jun 9, 2007, 12:45 AM

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there is no recorded case of a weightpuller getting hernia here in the philippines. This sport is not for all pitbulls dogs... bodyframe and drive will play a big role and you should start training at a certain age to avoid certain injuries. We are conducting seminars in different parts of the philippines so that people will learn the right weightpull training. The weightpull harness was made by my kennel mate you can send me the measurements of your dog and i will see what i can do. thanks. btw im from manila.
well trained pitbulls....


Jack_MBT
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Jun 13, 2007, 1:53 AM

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In Reply To
there is no recorded case of a weightpuller getting hernia here in the philippines. This sport is not for all pitbulls dogs... bodyframe and drive will play a big role and you should start training at a certain age to avoid certain injuries. We are conducting seminars in different parts of the philippines so that people will learn the right weightpull training. The weightpull harness was made by my kennel mate you can send me the measurements of your dog and i will see what i can do. thanks. btw im from manila.



Hi MRK, would appreciate if you can let me know type of measurement from the dog you required ...like

01. Height

02. chest broadness

03. body lenght ..etc

Btw, can you private message me your address and contact number in Manila so that my next business trip

to Makati I can pay you a visit.
Panda is COOl.......Jack the GREAT !!! :)

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GAN
Dog Kichi


Jun 13, 2007, 5:19 PM

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Bro
what is the best age can start mine is 5 month old, he got drive and strong for is age.

Any advise.

Cheers


MRK
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Jul 12, 2007, 6:16 AM

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You can start teaching your dog the proper form when pulling but use only light weights because your dog is only 5 months old. the best age to start weightpulling is 9 months. You have to be really careful when training your pup because his bones are still developing.
well trained pitbulls....


GAN
Dog Kichi


Jul 12, 2007, 5:48 PM

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Bro

Thanks for your advise.

Cheers


nickchong
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Nov 19, 2007, 8:34 PM

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This thread is interesting, why stop ??? pls continue ....


stanleyee
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Nov 24, 2007, 7:04 PM

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hi bro... not that they want to stop the posting, just that no 1 is free to reply la... everybody busy with their job...




I may not be the one who start the fight, but I will not hesitate to finished it ....

"expect the un-expected".....cheers..!!

http://s246.photobucket.com/...07/wollyee/?start=40


nickchong
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Nov 26, 2007, 5:13 PM

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ok notedFrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrown


stanleyee
K9 Maniac


Dec 1, 2007, 8:12 PM

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so have u ever think of weight pulling for u dog?




I may not be the one who start the fight, but I will not hesitate to finished it ....

"expect the un-expected".....cheers..!!

http://s246.photobucket.com/...07/wollyee/?start=40


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 2, 2007, 3:19 AM

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Before i own AST, i dont even know anything about weight Pulling, then kevin told me about it slowly check on the net and turn out to be very interesting.

My AST is only 6 month old and very lazy to walk, i do not understand why but very lazy. Will only active for few minute on FLIRT POLE. I guess she will be ready in 3 more month. That is the right age for weight pulling.

Anyway do you know where i can buy the right HARNES for wieght pulling and what is the cost?

thks


stanleyee
K9 Maniac


Dec 3, 2007, 9:34 PM

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the dog is actually not lazy but nothing is attractive to make him move only. Try getting his favo. toys and place on the flirt pole. (tennis ball, rubber bone or etc). when the pup still young, its not advisible to make them pull because the body structure is still growing.... running and flirt pole will do the job at this time...




I may not be the one who start the fight, but I will not hesitate to finished it ....

"expect the un-expected".....cheers..!!

http://s246.photobucket.com/...07/wollyee/?start=40


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 4, 2007, 1:03 AM

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Hi Have you ever try to take your dog for walk and your dog walk for 20 meter and she laydown and refuse to walk any futher, she will not even move a bit even if you drag her to move. I TRY MANY MANY TIME UNTIL I GOT FEDUP WITH MY DOG. I even sometime stand beside her and wait for her to move, she will sniff here and there and she will made u-turn back home - she will not move forward, 100% sure. Very stubborn and ada gaya.

But i notice i thing, if i take another dog for walk she will definaly follow and will walk at any distance but just refuse to walk alone. If the front dog stop she will follow stop not even walk further. That is why i said ada gaya.

I pening kepala with my AST. Kelvin ask me to try to use longer leashes - same answer

I also try to lure her with food, but according to kelvin it will became a bad habbit in future - i stop using this as what kelvin said is correct.

I also run out of idea......................

Need HELP.....................

Any one have better idea !!!!!!


stanleyee
K9 Maniac


Dec 4, 2007, 1:36 AM

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try using a choke chain....whenever ur ast reject ur command tag hard(pull and let and don just pull all the way) as they will feel the pain. If ur ast still reject, used spike chain(works well) but control you tag as it really hurts. the cain should be in the shape of "P" when u put onto it neckTongue. Ur the master, ur dog should obey and not u obey the dog...Wink. give it a try la, at least....




I may not be the one who start the fight, but I will not hesitate to finished it ....

"expect the un-expected".....cheers..!!

http://s246.photobucket.com/...07/wollyee/?start=40


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 4, 2007, 6:03 AM

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I forgot to tell you choke chain also no use. at first pull and let, then pull and let for about 6 to 7 time also same she wont move, then i pull all the way for a short distance (about 3 house distance) my AST also wont move and i almost choke her to DEAD she also wont move. The more i pull the more stubborn she is and also she wont bark, she will only stare at me with her sad face, i also pitty her.

My AST is only 6 or 7 month old, i think i should bring her to Taman Desa this sunday and see her respond. At this age if she cannot obey then i susah lah.

My AST just refuse to walk on leashe. I also bough harnes for her, same answer

MY AST WONT WALK WITH COLLAR or CHOKE CHAIN or HARNES

The next thing i want to do at Taman Desa is ask other people to walk my AST - i want to see what is the outcome ??? will she walk or not

2morow I will buy the spike chain , wait for my answer.............

I will show you the picture of my stubbon dog, just taken today
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nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 4, 2007, 6:18 AM

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look at this pic
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nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 4, 2007, 6:27 AM

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Look at the pic


Kevin Chuan
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Dec 4, 2007, 8:16 PM

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Hahahaha! Brother,... Really funny lar the photos... It makes me recall my beloved Dingo... she is as very stubbon AST also..., I took a longer leash and I walk her, if she don't want to walk..., i will wait til she stand up and move..., if still cannot, I will lift up and carry her for a few meters and let her walk again... and 3 or 4 days later... she follow...


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 4, 2007, 9:13 PM

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Bro - you are 1 happy man at least your DIngo walk after few day but mine still LCLY after weeks.

ha ha ha ha ha i also find the pic very funny with 4 leg open straight. I also try this ler, carry her to 50meter away and she will sniff here and there and she will find way back home but not move forward.

Bro - where to buy the right weight pulling harnes ?


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 5, 2007, 1:01 AM

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Bro

Now is 5pm time to go back to walk my dog, any reply will read at 9pm. ciao


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 5, 2007, 6:33 PM

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the answer still the same


stanleyee
K9 Maniac


Dec 5, 2007, 9:59 PM

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get treats to push him leh??




I may not be the one who start the fight, but I will not hesitate to finished it ....

"expect the un-expected".....cheers..!!

http://s246.photobucket.com/...07/wollyee/?start=40


kaerb
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Dec 6, 2007, 6:40 AM

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bro,

dun push your dog for not wanting to walk further, maybe she has no confidence away from home. if you bring your other dog, it will tag along fine right? you should encourage more rather than punish it by choking and dragging her. you could lepak more outside from your home, let her get use the other surrounding other than your home and work slowly from there. just a suggestion


kaerb
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Dec 6, 2007, 6:40 AM

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bro,

dun push your dog for not wanting to walk further, maybe she has no confidence away from home. if you bring your other dog, it will tag along fine right? you should encourage more rather than punish it by choking and dragging her. you could lepak more outside from your home, let her get use the other surrounding other than your home and work slowly from there. just a suggestion


kaerb
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Dec 6, 2007, 6:40 AM

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Bro MRK,

are you the owner of Midnight wraith? if you're, real nice dawg you have there and do keep us updated.


(This post was edited by kaerb on Dec 6, 2007, 7:29 AM)


nickchong
Dog Kichi


Dec 7, 2007, 12:06 AM

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Kaerb

i understand what you mean, give her time, maybe still young.

 
 




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