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Posted on: 12:25:42 PM 7/7/2009

Great post Pyrmom. I'm trying to keep this shorter, I swear, lol. I don't think that taking the responsibility of bringing lives into the world and the affect that it may have on those lives and someone else that loves them seriously ignorant.

Posted on: 4:04:12 PM 6/23/2009

Sounds more like a spinal issue to me and is likely with that back of theirs. It's actually been the three days so what did they think?

Posted on: 2:54:42 PM 6/23/2009

Yes, what's your lifestyle, LOL? Family information? What do you want in a dog? What's your experience level? Any dogs in the , what were they and what did you like about them or not like about them if so? The more details we know the more accurate t...

Posted on: 2:51:24 PM 6/23/2009

It would really just be personal preference at this point. Female can be a little more high strung in most breeds but I would say at this point just pick the right pup from the right breeder (they can also advise male or female I suppose)whichever pu...

Posted on: 2:28:09 PM 6/23/2009

Hey there. Average adjustment period can take two to four weeks or so. They have to figure things out. The catch would be that Bull Terriers are often quite aggress...

Posted on: 12:59:00 PM 6/10/2009

They usually grow out of it if it's mild. I would just make certain you have a health check in writing that the new family signs so you have proof they were aware of it for your protection.I actually do that with every pup so there's no confusion or ...

Posted on: 12:54:31 PM 6/10/2009

I wouldn't worry too much from that aspect just more the normal issues and watch her calcium levels and all that closely. Those of us that have c-section breeds also do our occasional back to back (most I know will only do one per female) and I don't...

Posted on: 12:44:57 PM 6/10/2009

How did everything check out?

Posted on: 6:35:58 PM 5/23/2009

What happened? Why isn't this at the top anymore? I use links to it a lot for referral :-).

Posted on: 2:18:50 AM 5/21/2009

You do often have to wipe a bully's bum for them unless you want it on your furniture or walls which is what happens when they do it themselves. At a minimum under their tail pretty often. They are simply not built to do otherwise. No genetic defect...

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