Post 696 – Ask Uncle Chico # 196 – An excellent comment with a simple question received about OFB, mutt dogs, aboriginal dogs and the possible Second Great Miscegenation Breed in the Fila Brasileiro. – Next Nov, 23rd. more two CAFIB International Expos – Date: Nov, 13th.-2019

Ask Uncle Chico # 196

An excellent comment with a simple question received about OFB, mutt dogs,

aboriginal dogs and the possible Second Great Miscegenation Breed in the Fila Brasileiro.

Next Nov, 23rd. more two CAFIB International Expos

  
Dear friends of Fila Brasileiro (FB) and CAFIB, continuing with our conversations…

Question # 519: Uncle Chico, I was driving by car on the rainy morning of the last Sunday, on the border between the cities of Cotia and Carapicuíba here in São Paulo, when I saw a “rarity” in front of me. Nothing else then an “authentic” Original Fila Brasileiro (sic). I looked around to see if I could discover a possible owner nearby. Anything. The OFB was there in front of me, alone and far from his group, available to anyone interested in starting a breeding. His brindle color was well – spaced – nothing that resembled one of those CBKC or similar mestizos, with closed brindle forming blemishes… And had “ojeriza” (aversion) to the strangers (lol…), because he did not let me approach him or, more likely, was afraid of this strange, though he had not put his tail between his legs. Fear under control. This is a important news and its auspicious photo follows below. OFB supporters can rest easy. The “breed” is not in danger of extinction and it is not necessary to go to very distant farms in the interior of the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais to find authentic “aboriginal-dogs” (??? !!!) or OFB (sic).

Please see below:

25 - OFB, Maciel

 This kind of mutt or mongrel can be located by OFB-trained eye specialists on the outskirts of any city in the World, disguised as mutts or street dogs, to use a more civilized term… And they are in large numbers. Just know how to separate the chaff from the wheat. Admittedly, this specimen was found near the historic 16th-century Jesuit Village of Carapicuíba, which dates back to 1554 from neighboring São Paulo de Piratininga, SP.  Perhaps it is a remnant copy of hypothetical “aboriginal” dog who have lived with the Brazilian Guarani Indians since those early ages… Or, more likely, a simple mutt or mongrel, hungry, and fearless street dog, unaware that some enlightened people place he as the missing link of a threatened “breed” of extinction… Lol …

But between us Uncle Chico, this dog in the picture above really looks like our dear mutt or mongrel… Lol … Uncle Chico, what do you think about this sad and controversial situation that has been confusing the FB breeders for a year?

Uncle Chico’s Response: My dear friend of more than 4 decades in defense of the original, traditional and authentic Fila Brasileiro of ever, I have no doubt that this “very rare” animal is just a mutt or mongrel that inhabits the entire Planet Earth. Even though there are very few people and some  functional illiterate people who argue that the correct True Fila Brasileiro phenotype is the one in the picture above, I confess that I feel very sad. 

Uncle Chico Informs: 

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CAFIB = 41 years defending the Pure Fila Brasileiro !!! The only club responsible for rescue the Pure Fila of extinction and preserve it in its breed purity to this day !!!

26 - Cartaz Uruguai e Espanha

 Best regards, Chico Peltier. 

Note: as I have always done with all emails sent in the past, this was also sent primarily to those responsible for, FCI + CBKC. More recently also for SOBRACI and WKU.