søndag den 15. januar 2012

Et par hunderacers fortid

Dette er sammenfattet af uddannet adfærdsbehandler og formand for FAIRDOG Charlotte Andersson
ønsker du at vide mere om FAIRDOG kan du læse her

Mange hunde har været brugt i kamp og krig og idag misbruges hunde desværre stadigt i kamp uanset race

Jeg gør opmærksom på at kamphund ikke er en race men et begreb

Historien omkring "gladiator" hundene.De gamle racer/hunde som blev brugt til dyrekampe

Tibetan Dog

Molossus Hunting dogs ( The collective term Hunting dogs comprises all the large, native German hunting breeds)

The Mastiff

The Bulldog

Bull and Terrier

The Danish Dog

Thi Chincha Dog

Moderne "kamphunde" racer ( 18-1900 tallet ) de fleste brugt i USA.

Tibetan Mastiff


English Bulldog


Bordeaux dog

French Bulldog

Bull Terrier

Staffordshire Terrier

American Staffordshire Terrier

Great Dane


Mastino Napoletano

Dogo Argentino

Fila Brasileiro


Tosa Inu

Boston Terrier

Pug (dansk = Mops)

American Pitt Bull Terrier

German Sheperd


Kilde om hunderacer er fra charlotte fabis

Husk at alle hunde kan misbruges til det :(


Der findes ikke et kampgen


Citat: Many breeds are used in fighting; however, in the United States, the American Pit Bull Terrier is the most popular. Outside of professional fighting, in situations like street fighting, breeds such as the German Shepherd, Rottweiler,labradore and Doberman are also used.

Types of Dog Fights According to law enforcement, there are three types of fighting: street, hobbyist, and professional.Street fights are the cruelest of the three. These battles exist without rules or regulations. They occur in alleys, parks, backyards, etc. These fights are usually not planned and are often triggered by a disagreement or threat between owners. There is no concern for the dogs involved at all; the dogs are simply there to fight the owner's battles and inflate their egos. Drugs and gangs are often tied to these fights.Hobbyist fighters usually give slightly better care to their dogs than street fighters. Hobbyist fighters participate in a few organized fights a year as a hobby and/or for financial gain. This group often travels out of state for the dog fights.Professional dog fighters have a very large quantity of dogs used for fighting and breeding, which are usually their main source of income. They pay close attention to bloodlines of talented fighters, and they inhumanely destroy dogs who do not fight well.The Animal Fighting Prohibition Act, passed by the Senate on April 10, 2007 and signed by President Bush on May 3, 2007 is a huge landmark in the crackdown on animal cruelty. According to the Humane Society of the United States, this bill "provides felony penalties for interstate commerce, import and export related to animal fighting activities, including commerce in cockfighting weapons. It will make it much harder for criminals who engage in dogfighting and cockfighting to continue their operationsKilder:Svensk Kennel KlubDr. Dieter Fleig, NCRC, the scientific conference afholdt sidste år i April ( Russian Academy of Sciences ) Jørgen DamkjærsLions and Christians: Animals in SportBekoff, Marc (ed). Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships. Westport: Greenwood, 2007.Bernstein, Mark. Without a Tear: Our Tragic Relationship with Animals. Urbana: U of Illinois P,2004.Daniel, Bruce. ?Early Modern Olympians,? Canadian Journal of History. Autumn 2008, 253-263.Elliott, J.K. (ed). The Apocryphal New Testament. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1993.Eusebius, The History of the Church from Christ to Constantine. Trans. G.A. Williamson. NewYork: Penguin, 1984.Evans, Rhonda, Deann Kalich, and Craig Forsyth. ?Dogfighting: Symbolic expression andValidation of Masculinity,? Sex Roles 39: 825-832.Flynn, Clifton. ?Battered Women and Their Animal Companions,? Society and Animals 8:2(2000): 99-128.Gay, Malcolm. ?26 People Charged in Dog-fighting Crackdown,? New York Times, July 8, 2009.Gupta, Maya. ?Functional links Between Intimate Partner Violence and Animal Abuse,? Societyand Animals. 16: 3 (2008): 223-242.Henry, Bill and Cheryl Sanders. ?Bullying and Animal Abuse: Is there a connection?? Societyand Animals, 15:2 (2007): 107-126.?House of Commons Bill to Prevent Bull-Baiting, May 24, 1802,? The Parliamentary History ofEngland from the Earliest Period to the Year 1803.Kalof, Linda (ed). A Cultural History of Animals in Antiquity. Oxford: Berg, 2007

2 kommentarer:

  1. Tak for facts Theresa ;-) Det er sgu dejligt at se de rigtige facts fremfor mediernes hysteri ;-)

  2. æren må tilfalde min veninde smiler. hun er uddannet inden for adfærd mv og har brugt en del år og penge på det :O) men tak