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Viewing all posts found for user Bulldoggy2
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Posted on: 11:48:02 AM 12/13/2009

I get more pictures of peoples dogs at Christmas than peoples families. Actually, I'd rather see the dogs.LOL You are not strange, I love your pictures.

Posted on: 11:44:48 AM 12/13/2009

If she just started bleeding a couple of days ago, she will not let him breed her until she has been bleeding for about 8-10 days usually. If she beats the crap out of your male, while she is not ready, he may not breed her at all. I usually seperate...

Posted on: 11:42:10 AM 12/13/2009

You can order Canine DNA test kits online. They are very accurate.

Posted on: 7:06:32 PM 12/12/2009

Well, I am a breeder of English Bulldogs and I never charge a ridiculous price of $2000,00. for a pup. I have nothing but happy satisfied customers from the past 8 years...

Posted on: 10:09:00 PM 12/11/2009

If you start out with a healthy pup, you will not be going to the vet more than any other dog owner. Yes, they do have issues, but if you do your research and understand their needs you will not have as many problems. I have an 8 year old male and he...

Posted on: 10:05:17 AM 12/11/2009

I would explain to her that no pups leave your place until the appropriate age. And they can not go visit and come back, due to bringing sickness that they may be exposed to, back to all the other pups. If you don't want to sell to her, just tell her...

Posted on: 5:49:52 PM 12/10/2009

Christmas pups are great, but it also puts more of a burden on us as breeders. This is the time of year that alot of people think getting a puppy for a gift is a good ideal. Unfortunately some of them do not really think it through. I am more inquiri...

Posted on: 6:16:52 PM 12/8/2009

I use to breed Bullmastiffs and we produced one long haired one. It is a fault, but he was adorable.

Posted on: 8:17:50 PM 12/5/2009

Thanks, I thought you would nip it in the bud.

Posted on: 8:15:43 PM 12/5/2009

Sounds like a possible neurologial issue. I'd get her to the vet ASAP. She might be in pain and you don't want her to suffer.

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