Post 741 – Uncle Chico Newsletter # 282 – In the same way that Fila-CBKC has many Varieties, so does OFB. – Are these Varieties due to miscegenation? Why do these two types of dogs have so many heterogeneous phenotypes? – Date, Nov, 7th.-2020

Uncle Chico Newsletter # 282

In the same way that Fila-CBKC has many Varieties, so does OFB.

Are these Varieties due to miscegenation?

Why do these two types of dogs have so many heterogeneous phenotypes?

My dear Fila Brasileiro (FB) and CAFIB friends, 

Uncle Chico receives the above 3 questions very frequently. Would you know how to answer them? And the OFB inventor, would he be able to answer them objectively and clearly?

And Mr. Alexandre Bacci, CBKC judge, who posted on Facebook “Selection with Responsibility” on Nov, 1st.-2013 that Fila-CBKC does not constitute in a purebred dog but rather a handful of crossbreed or mestizos dogs?

Check below:

  1. Fila-CBKC Varieties, according to my article published and dated May 31st.-2011 proposing the creation of the Brazilian Mastiff Breed precisely with the intention of solving and organizing the many Varieties found in Fila-CBKC dogs: (see in English http://www.filabrasileirochicopeltier.com.br/novos/pergunte_chico_3/materia_eng.html )

1.1. Giant Variety:

1.2. Small Variety:

1.3. Standart Variety:

1.4. Black Variety:

 

  1. OFB varieties:

2.1. Giant Variety:

To date, it has not yet been detected. Not even in the most distant corners of Brazilian country side… Perhaps the Assyrian, Mesopotamian, Alanos, native and aboriginal dogs that appeared by some magic in Brazil have decreased “Darwinian” in size or, simply, shrunk to better resist and survive the Brazilian tropical difficulties…

This clear and convincing explanation is awaited. But please, no blah blah blah …

Remembering that the OFB inventor has not yet answered the 80 simple questions I asked in my article in English https://filabrasileirochicopeltierblog.wordpress.com/2020/09/26/uncle-chico-newsletter-279-the-new-experience-new-theory-and-new-invention-of-the-new-type-of-dog-called-fila-ofb-completes-2-years-of-launch-without-answering-80-simple-questions/ .

 

2.2. Small Variety, always fragile and sometimes even stunted: 

2.3. Medium Variety:

 

Concluding:

A – In the OFB, unfortunately, we found only two homogeneities in this type of dog: its similarity to the phenotype of several mutts or mongrels and the always thin, small, fragile and triangular head; never molossoid and never brachycephalic. Exactly contrary to the OFB Standard itself… Check below why OFB would never be called Cabeçudo (Big Head Dog) by the first FB breeders…

B – The OFB inventor remains extremely confused or purposefully trying to confuse many breeders, as he points out that the dog he called FBM (Fila Brasileiro Modern) is a novelty, but this is only the well-known Fila-CBKC, which was already mentioned who has a mestizo phenotype since the 1970s. For Uncle Chico since 1975/76 and CAFIB since 1978. Therefore, FBM is not Modern, he is Old and is nothing more than the canine types represented in item 1 above: Fila-CBKC Varieties .

They are, therefore, all the OLD and MODERN FILAS that are “cross-breed” (mestizos’ dogs), with FB pedigree issued by BKC and then CBKC, but always with the FCI seal and connivance. In other words: they are nothing more than the well-known “mestizos-filas” who always fail in the CAFIB APT Test and are always away from the CAFIB PURE FB squad.

It is precisely this work that CAFIB has been doing for over 40 years: preventing dogs with the most diverse not typical phenotype from being used in the breeding of PURE- Fila. Be OLD or MODERN, as well as OFBs !!!

 

Affectionate hugs to all.

Including the OFB Inventor and Mr. Alexandre Bacci, who despite thinking that the Fila-CBKC is nothing more than a crossbreed or mestizo dog; he exhibits, judges, awards, registers and sells their dogs with pedigree of PURE Fila Brasileiro issued by CBKC-FCI

Chico Peltier – Father of CAFIB.

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