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Viewing all posts found for user Drogheda Bullmastiff
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Posted on: 7:46:42 PM 4/17/2008

LMAO no pure bred Bullmastiff will ever have a curly tail like a Pug.

Posted on: 4:06:12 PM 4/17/2008

I have been doing Bullmastiff rescue for 30 plus years and am not a 501c . I would rather spend the money on getting dogs the vac and surgeries they need than give m...

Posted on: 3:46:49 PM 4/17/2008

I have been doing Bullmastiff rescue for over 30 years and I know for a fact that most breed rescues will not take a dog if they are told it has bitten some one. Thi...

Posted on: 9:10:33 PM 4/14/2008

I never wanted a small or toy dog but my husband insisted and we bought a Chihuahua puppy a year ago. The agreement was that if he got his lap dog I got to train and s...

Posted on: 8:49:47 PM 4/14/2008

can't say as I see any Rottie in him, he is really cute no matter what his lineage. Looks like he will be a big boy.

Posted on: 9:28:57 AM 4/14/2008

I don't own a pit bull but I frequently come in contact with them as they are very heavily bred in my area. I don't think there is any thing wrong with the breed as a whole. I do have a problem with the bloodlines that have been bred in such a way as...

Posted on: 9:08:22 AM 4/14/2008

I am one of several people who had made comments about puppy mills on another dog site. When I checked for new comments yesterday the entire thread had been deleted. It must have made some of the puppy mill owners uneasy . There are quite a few adver...

Posted on: 8:58:24 AM 4/14/2008

Wonderful, now only 9999 left to shut down. I am a positive thinking person and even one less pupppy mill means there are fewer dogs in misery.

Posted on: 6:38:34 PM 4/11/2008

There are two types of pyometria, closed and open, my understanding is that the open type can often be treated with antibiotics successfully while the closed type must be treated with surgery. There are some breeds of large dogs that are very sensit...

Posted on: 11:17:57 AM 4/10/2008

every time I have talked to someone who has purchased a dog from a pet store the price was a lot more than I know most good breeders charge for their pups. The owners were amazed that they could buy a pup from me that had a written guarantee on commo...

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