Gamedog History Blog

T-BONE’S CLUB T-BONE

T-BONE’S CLUB T-BONE This article is about one of the best producers of South America, I’m writing this little story for the Sporting Dog Journal so that subscribers may know more about dogs from Brazil. In my opinion T-Bone and Macaco ROM were the two best producers in South America, both producing Champions and Grand Champions during their stud careers. Moreover, both dogs were not only great producers, but they...

Andre Giroux

Andre Giroux Andre Giroux was a French Canadian who showed Americans that we did not have the monopoly on game bred American Bull Terriers. He is kown as, and definitly was, a top handler, conditioner, and match maker. I feel that his greatest talent was the ability to know which dogs to use for breeding and how to most effectively cross them. He was similar to one of his peers, Maurice...

In memory of Howard Heinzl

Howard Heinzl, was born in Chicago, April 30, 1914. He was raised on the south side, where games of sand lot football filled his days. There were no referees around to blow the whistle every time there was a little “piling on” or someone received a good kick in the nose, and every game ended in a fight! Sure it was a little rough, but was considered a lot of...

Garner’s Scar ROM

Garner’s Scar ROM Not many dogmen know much about Brute. Most can only guess how this dog performed, produced and why he plays such a significant role in our breeding program. Therefore, we decided to write this article and inform the game about this great pit bull. We have come a long way with Brute and know his true history. After all, facts cannot be changed. Brute was purchased by Shifting Kennels from the yard of Tom Garner and registered...

Bros Ch Blinky ROM

Bros Ch Blinky I would like to tell you and the others the story of a dog that was destined to be a house-dog, but as the story tells, it comes off somewhat different. He was born at the kennels of the Bros Boys in 1987, Bros sold the puppy to a guy who needed a dog as companion and guard, and as so many over here, he sure liked...