Mr Miagi And Dax Have Cornered The Market
This is not an advertisement for either Ed Shepherd or George!!
Don’t waste your time trying to make big dollars from either Miagi or Daxline dogs. You could rush right now and get an offspring, either directly or indirectly from any of these two presently super hot studs, but you will never make the dollars from selling their puppies or studding them out as Ed Shepherd or George, Miagi’s owner, will or have made. I read something on Facebook where George said that Miagi’s stud Fee is up to 100,000. I think that this is very arrogant, but who cares about my opinion.
Buy The Hype, Pay The Price
Unlike many of the popular studs of before, Mr Miagi and Dax have been able to push the price pockets to levels unheard of in the Bully world. Dogs such as “The Nototious Juan Gotti” and “21 Black Jack”, also owned by Ed Shepherd, opened up an accessible path to very deep pockets or breeders who are hoping to be rich and famous. There is a problem though.
These present dogs, like Black Jack and Gotti of the past, are all built on hype. Irregardless, people are eating it up like candy in a kids bedroom. You may choose to disagree with me, but check the records. What did Juan Gotti ever do? Or 21 Black Jack for that matter?
Ask yourself similar questions about Miagi and Dax. The answers will all come up the same. None of those dogs have done anything noteworthy. (Read on to see more about GRCH Dax)
I remember when I first saw Juan Gotti with a trophy next to him, I seriously thought that here is a dog that is doing something. In those days I did not realize how easy it was for a dog to get a trophy or for someone to keep a non sanctioned/fun show and have an unqualified person be the judge. Nonetheless Juan Gotti never won a championship, he just won hearts through constant advertising and clever innovation. The same hype has just transcended to this present day.
Playing For Your Big Dollars.
Grand Champion Dax, yessir! Truly, if you look at Dax you will see many flaws as far as movement. For one, he and many of his offspring have high rears. Dax’s Grand Championship was completed in a very short period and before ABKC had any standards. Also, you must consider Ed Shepherd’s affiliation with the ABKC at that time. But as far as a bulldog and Bully traits, Dax is a lot closer than Miagi. I like Dax though. I think he is a nice dog and that Ed has done a great job breeding and promoting him. Do not expect to see any of his offspring in my yard though. For one thing, Ed and George are playing for dollars much bigger than I could afford.
They are playing for my family’s future and no dog is worth that to me, especially when they will be dead or deemed very old about 8 years or less after they were born. I love to support the Bully community but you can count me out of this one. Good luck to anyone that has bought a Dax or Miagi offspring. I have a feeling that somewhere in the upcoming years you would have regretted spending that kind of money for a dog that did not quite live up to even your lowest expectations.
I truly like some things about the Dax look. Call it what you want, Miagi is just not my cup of tea.
In the end, it is your choice to pay whatever you want for a dog. To me, this version of the dog is like a pair Nike sneakers! Big brand, big advertising, cheaply made in China.
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