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The Wonderful World of Sidy Boy

The Fila Brasileiro is a descendant of the 15th-century English Mastiff, Bloodhound, and the Olde Spanish bulldogges. From the Bloodhound, he inherited loose skin and keen sense of smell. The Mastiff contributed compact body, courage and an ever-alert disposition. The Olde Spanish Bulldogges added the unforgiving impetuous temperament. In early history Filas held escaped slaves unharmed for the master. Filas are used as cattle drovers, as well as for the hunting of the jaguar, boar and bear. They are also excellent home and ranch guard dogs. They are not typically animal-aggressive, but will defend it's family and property at all costs.

2 Comments:

Blogger The Fila Brasileiro said...

Who is Sidy Boy? I have no idea, but I can't seem to not run into one of "his" many wonderful sites on the world wide web. So to save time, I have posted one here as a reference and I am sharing "his" courtesy with you. From one dog lover to another! Thank you Sidy Boy.

Monday, April 11, 2005 2:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Darksky Alaskan Malamutes said...

Thanks for that, it's great to see a slightly different persepective on the topic.
BTW have you seen my new pup from Darksky Alaskan Malamutes? He's really a great pup.
Have a great day

George

Friday, June 30, 2006 10:02:00 AM  

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