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Viewing all posts found for user Laurie
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Posted on: 10:38:04 AM 5/27/2004

I have mine chipped and tattooed, then if the chip slips (I have it checked everytime I go to the vets, but it can and does happen - abeit rarely), I have the tattoo as back-up, its also a good visual deterent as well

Posted on: 8:29:20 AM 5/27/2004

cschimizzi I think the line about a yorkshire terrier being related to the pigeon kinda gives the game away a bit - LOL

Posted on: 6:38:24 AM 5/27/2004


Posted on: 5:10:06 PM 5/26/2004

my Bull Terrier loves lavendar, he'll stay there for ages sniffing it all in - trancing - then have the 'stoned' expression as he leaves it - LOL

Posted on: 8:36:56 AM 5/26/2004

cschimizzi I know exactly what you mean, we had a fence next to our house , high enough so our dog couldnt jump it, and the neighbouring property (a letting house) was let to tenants with a springy lab/collie mix - we saw them with the dog bouncing a...

Posted on: 12:08:49 PM 5/19/2004

There is also a help site you could look at - there are owners of bull breeds on there and breeding is one of the discussion boards http://denim.bbboy.net/bullterrier

Posted on: 12:06:27 PM 5/19/2004

The test that should be run on a bull terrier are: *BAER testing - ears, checking for any sign of deafness *UPCR testing - kidneys, kidney failure is the most common problem in bullies *Heart murmur - a qualified cardiographer should be able to c...

Posted on: 4:49:25 AM 5/12/2004

There are pics of my dog here: http://www.matthogg.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/

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