Randy's Dogs

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This is some of the dogs I have today.
Floyd.died 10/9/2019
For sale page. .Everything I had for sale is sold.
Some Laws & theories about dogfighting.
Some of the dogs I fought 1960's 70' 80's History #2 & dogs fought out of my dogs.
Many New Arrest. These dogfighters families suffer more than any dogs when arrested.
Some top Bred Patterdale Terriers.
Weldon Stockton's Page Also Bennett Clayton.
(Joseph) Joe Corvino & Floyd Merriman story
Some History J. Williams, B. De Cordova & More & Light'in Billy.. #3
Some Pitbull history # 4
EARL TUDOR & JIMMY WIMBERLY PAGE # 5
Earl Tudor PAGE #6
John P. Colby, Family and dogs. Page # 7
Some old timers- George C. Armitage-Al Brown-George Saddler Page # 8
Lonzo Pratt and some Zebo talk.
Don Mayfield and some dogs he owned & some he Borrowed Page # 10
Floyd Boudreaux one of the Best dogmen of my era. Page # 11
More Floyd Boudreaux Bullyson,Eli Jr. ,Zebo comparison. Page12
Danny Burton Page 13
Walter Komosinski Page14
Bert Clouse Page 15
Howard Heinzl page 16
Ralph Greenwood Page 17
Clyde Mason page 18
Bobby Hall Page 19
Maurice Carver Page 20
Lots of top dog men. A1
Lots of top dogmen A2
Lots of top dogmen A3
Rick Halliburton and Marty Reed & Dick Harp. Page 21
Donald Lee Maloney Page 22
Gary J. Hammonds page 23
Robert L. Neblett Page 24
Cecil Collins & stories about A.B. Forsythe. Page 25
Oklahoma dogmen in the early days page 26
George Gilman Page 27
William J. Lightner Page and Norman Hooten with Butcherboy. 28.
Clemmons & Elliott page 29
Wolves Attack Pitbulls on chains in Yugoslavia. See what happened
Building a Breeding Stand and a forever Swivel. Trahan Gaboons dogfighting rules.
Some old Pedigrees
Some friends I've met through my Pitbull Era and my family.
Why do pitbulls all have a different level of gameness?
Why do people fight dogs.
What I think about Pedigrees online.
Unjust facts about pitbulls and dogfighters.
Politics and a USDA & Health Department Warning.
Links
Some of the dogs I liked from the 60's-70's and 80's
My Friends from other Countries..
Interesting History Concerning children and Pitbulls
Some More Pitbull Trivia and old pitbull photos with famous people
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Isn't this a wonderful day! My email is randyfox70@yahoo.com

This is Alvin the dog.
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He was 1/4 Amsraff.

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When I was a young man fighting dogs. I didn't brag on my dogs or run anyone else down about their dogs. A lot of the old timers bragged on me and my dogs. That is the way I became known. There is a certain so called group of self appointed dog men that get on different gamedog chats and run you down and run your dogs down. They make up stories about you. They get a kick out of hurting peoples feeling. They do me the same way. So do not feel bad. These men are not real dog men. So laugh to yourself about them. They are nothing and never will be anything. They step on people's reputation verbally thinking it moves them up the ladder. I did my talking in the pit years ago. Most real dogmen of my era laugh at these nobodies and just go on. Don't let them get to you. Keep your chin up and keep a smile on your face. You are more important than them and always will be. Just a little encouragement from Randy Fox.

Everyone seems to Demonize people who fight dogs. Yet some of these people are good people. I am telling a little something about me. That way you can make up your mind if I am Ok or a Demon. I was a boy around two years old. My parents got divorced. One of the very few times my Dad Vernon McCasland came and took me with him was when I was seven. We went to Mountain View, Oklahoma. This area was the heart of dogfighting back in those days. My dad took me to visit Ernest and Nell Hayes some relatives of ours. Jim William the famous dogfighter and Lawman lived directly behind them. My dad and I went to the back to look at Jim's dogs. I remember he had brick dog houses. I've never seen this anywhere else. He had a black female in a pen. This pen was part of the fence between Ernest and Jim's property. This black female stared at me with her yellow piercing eyes. She didn't bark or growl. She just stared at me and I stared back. We must have stood there for 10 minutes with her and I frozen in our stare's at each other. Vernon my dad said, well what do you think? I said I'm going to get me one of those dogs when I get some money. It is so weird how I set out to do that at that age and eventually did accomplish that desire. I was attracted to the seriousness and the muscled look of her and the unique yellow eyes. I could see the dominance in her eyes. I could tell she had no fears. Isn't life grand!

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Pedro is a Grandson to my famous 'Alvin The Dog'. He is feathred in a Stratton Book.

Below is the little 4XW 'Tush' female I let Doyle Reddick have . Tush is out of Alvin and Bess.

The little 4xw Tush female a daughter to Alvin.
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Index to the left
randyfox70@yahoo.com  Don't fight dogs unless you like jail. Dedicate your life to your family and not to dogfighting. Children often learn crime from their parents. I took my cell off here. People were texting me and I can't see the screen good enough to read it. I will only use my cell to call out. It will be off the rest of the time. My home phone is 405-288-6014. Call any time between 7 in the evening and 9 in the evening. Or write randyfox70@yahoo.com anytime.Thanks Randy Fox
 

 Years ago we held some dogfights at my folks home. My mother made coffee and sold it at the dogfight. My first fight with Alvin was in one of their Barns against Avin Kephardt. Earl Tudor was there and Don Maloney was there. Around 50 people were there. I fought around 50 dogs. that is including other people's dogs I fought for them. I bought most of the dogs I fought because I am too soft hearted about fighting a dog I raised. Although I did fight some of the dogs I raised and won with them. I bit my lip and went for it so to speak. I was real nervous for them. I have the dogs I have fought all written down. I lost five fights. It is easier to remember who I lost to. That dwells some on my mind. I do not like to lose. I was very successful in the Pit-dog-game you might say. I have all my eight dogs in large Chain-link pens. None are on any chains. There are no chains in the ground on my property and anywhere else with my dogs on them.
 

This is my wife and I.
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I had this sign up years ago.
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It was taken down years ago.

 I know it is hard to believe but I've only been in jail once when I was a boy. It was for drag racing on a interstate highway. I told everyone in that jail. Do not introduce yourself. I will be out of here as quick as my parents get here. I did not ever get busted again after that. I keep a few game-bred dogs because I have them so long and would miss them and need them to talk to.
             Some people are afraid of having registered dogs with the paperwork on hand. Look at all the dogs that Michael Vick got caught with only one was not adoptable. Just because you have offsprings of fighting dogs does not mean they are going to be good fighting dogs. It is like putting all of Sugar Ray Leonard's children down because they might become Boxers if Boxing was a felony. Out of five littermates we had the pacific breed DNA test done on. None of the five came out with the same amount of Terrier or Bulldog or off breed blood. Even though they may all have the DNA that shows them being out of a male dog or female dog that was fought. They were all five different in their inheritance of the different breeds that were in their sire and dam. So a regular DNA test proves nothing without the pacific breed DNA test done also and it has very seldom came out like either parent's Pacific Breed DNA. I hope Law enforcement reads this and understands what I am saying. I hear they have a DNA database for the proof of certain confiscated dogs being out of fighting dogs. Thinking that is proof to arrest people for owning these bloodlines. I sure could give some opposing testimony to that theory. 
              To quote a Bible Verse. When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me. I want to go down in history as a Great Father. A Wonderful Grandfather and a Wonderful Great Grandfather. Not a famous dogfighter. I am blessed with the best loving and wonderful family that I could ask for. None have ever been on drugs or none have ever been arrested. Crazy as I have been. I do not deserve this happiness but I have it. Do not fight dogs unless you want to leave your family for a while.

Frosty lifting this truck. He was 63 years old.
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Frosty Barrett keeps some top pitbulls through the years. He is one stout man. He is a good friend.

This man has some of the best Mayday Blood in the country. Above is my good friend Frosty Barrett. He is stout for 5 feet 8 inches tall. That truck has an engine in it. Just in case you wonder. I ask him after he did this if he had any back problems. He told me he had never had a back problem. He was a heavy equipment operater till he retired a while back. He is aorund 80 years old now.  He keeps some real good Mayday dogs and has some pups to sell now and then. He is one straight up honest fellow. We have been friends for 50 years. He is the guy to see for Mayday stuff. He will not rob you. If you are looking for one of his dogs. If you need a pup Call 918-968-3488 and ask for Forest Barrett in Stroud,Oklahoma.

 As you see I have put my Dogfight History web info back up. I have the freedom of press on my side for those who have sent threatening letters. If you happen to like this web. Please write and tell me. I need more encouragement. Randy Fox 2240 Choctaw Road. Goldsby,Oklahoma 73093-9231. randyfox70@yahoo.com 405-288-6014. I have nothing to hide here from Law Enforcement. There are no dog books, no breaking sticks, no treadmills. My lawyer tells me that trumped up charges will not hold up. I am simply telling the pitbull history the way I remember it. I haven't fought any dogs and I am not involved in anything illegal since I was in my 40's.

Gary, My son-in-law and a hog he caught.
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He caught this hog with one of the dogs from my yard. Gary is 6'8. So this hog is fairly large..

My cousin Bill McCasland and a hog he shot.
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He said it was delicious because he hung him and seasoned it right.

If your PETA, Humane Society or the ASPCA and you go after Bill for hog hunting and your a pretty girl. Bill is quiet the ladies man. He will have you hunting, skinning and cutting up the hogs he has shot in short order. It won't take him long to reprogram you. Just a warning to the girls.

I passsed Earl Tudors home each Sunday going to the brick church pictured below. The last time I saw this Church it was abandoned and was for sale or  lease.

Craig Wilson a former Boxer.
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Craig Wilson' the white guy' a famous Patterdale breeder exercising with a little boxing.

Chubby on the left & Lewis is right & then Zena
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Chubby's Snake the red dog was one good dog. Zena was a Heinzl dog.

left Lewis Cheek next is Roland Fotenot
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To the right of Roland is Bennett Clayton to the right of Bennett is Herbie

Howard Teal top left. Harry Mossburg top right.
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W. Komisinski center.L. Colby to the right of Komisinski. Loposay bottom left Hughs Bottom right.

I worked with a electrician years ago. Men of many different trades were eating their lunch in a break room. This electrician was around 40 and his wife was too. He said. My wife has no stretch marks and not one blemish on her entire body. I looked at him and said Bull! He said how much would you like to bet. I told him to pick a number and I'd call it. He said, how about $20. We shook on it making it official. I told him to go get her and bring her in here and lay her on one of the empty tables. Get her clothes off of her and let me examine her. He got up and took his lunch and left. He realized he'd made a stupid bet. Like a comedian on TV says. Here's your sign. Needless to say I never collected on that bet.

The best friend a man has in the world may turn against him and
become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with loving
care may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us,
those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name may become
traitors to their faith. The money that a man has, he may lose. It
flies away from him, perhaps when he needs it most. A man's reputation
may be sacrificed in a moment of ill-considered action. The people who
are prone to fall on their knees to do us honor when success is with
us, may be the first to throw the stone of malice when failure settles
its cloud upon our heads.

The one absolutely unselfish friend that man can have in this selfish
world, the one that never deserts him, the one that never proves
ungrateful or treacherous is his dog. A man's dog stands by him in
prosperity and in poverty, in health and in sickness. He will sleep on
the cold ground, where the wintry winds blow and the snow drives
fiercely, if only he may be near his master's side. He will kiss the
hand that has no food to offer. He will lick the wounds and sores that
come in encounters with the roughness of the world. He guards the
sleep of his pauper master as if he were a prince. When all other
friends desert, he remains. When riches take wings, and reputation
falls to pieces, he is as constant in his love as the sun in its
journey through the heavens.

If fortune drives the master forth, an outcast in the world,
friendless and homeless, the faithful dog asks no higher privilege
than that of accompanying him, to guard him against danger, to fight
against his enemies. And when the last scene of all comes, and death
takes his master in its embrace and his body is laid away in the cold
ground, no matter if all other friends pursue their way, there by the
graveside will the noble dog be found, his head between his paws, his
eyes sad, but open in alert watchfulness, faithful and true even in
death.

George Graham Vest - c. 1855