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Posted on: 12:25:43 PM 8/4/2005

Do you eat pork? Fish? Meat of anykind? I wouldn't be surprised if you said you didn't. Nor would I fault you. But what he is doing is far less cruel than what is done to alot of animals in the world which are used for food.


Posted on: 9:02:40 AM 8/4/2005

/takes a look at the dead horse.
/Decides not to beat it.

Posted on: 4:06:56 PM 8/1/2005

Research, Research, research. That's all I can tell you. It's a big responsibility as with any animal. Know the health problems. Understand the special needs, accept the fact that you may be dishing out quite a bit of loot to help your bullie i...

Posted on: 8:32:40 AM 7/27/2005

Brookann Kennels, let me try to sum up what you have said.

If the buyer gets a puppy with bad genetics, it's the buyers fault for not checking out the breeder more thoroughly? I see you have kept repeating this formula so I will call yo...

Posted on: 11:20:54 AM 7/22/2005

I am terrible about putting updated pictures on Dogster. I have a bunch at home. The last picture here is him at christmas where he is about 10 months old.


Posted on: 10:16:20 AM 7/22/2005

Yeah molly I thought you had two bullies but couldn't remember. Sorry I am just as bad in the real world with names as on a forum. Anyway what I was going to say is that Cesar himself said that E. Bulldogs are possibly the hardest to break of pro...

Posted on: 9:23:30 AM 7/22/2005

Molly what kind of dog do you have?

Posted on: 12:04:35 PM 7/21/2005

Honestly the majority of the problems, not including extreme aggresion, that he encounters are quite simple behavior problems to fix. The problem comes in getting the owners to treat thier dogs like dogs and not little children. Sometimes it take...

Posted on: 11:58:36 AM 7/21/2005

Yes this was my first question to him after getting the dog back on land. Apparently a friend had come to his house and as soon as the door opened the dog made a break for it. He just ran after the dog without grabbing a leash. Everytime I have ...

Posted on: 10:17:28 AM 7/21/2005

So last night I went to take my bully for a walk. Got outside and there is a pond near our house. There is a guy at the edge of the pond screaming at his dog who is in the pond. The dog is swimming laps trying to catch Geese which are in the pon...

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