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Could this be the dad?

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by aprotopo, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

    All of a sudden I had a sudden urge to torture myself and look up old photos of Sonya when she was at the shelter. I also thought about what kind of scumbag doesn't microchip his/her dog and doesn't look for it when it goes missing (Sonya was a stray). I randomly googled bull terrier puppies/ breeders in Florida and this came up:


    "Red two year male bullterrier & tri'colored year old female bullterrier with reputable AKC pedigree in hand. 772-318-8565 Airline out of state cargo shipping can be arranged collect or prepaid. Reference of prior sales aval! Dam was in heat middle of may and was bred to the red male. Only a month into her pregnancy and her belly is already showing. Asking $1500 for both with dam pregnant. Trade offers welcome! will consider french bulldog. prefer female, i don't tolerate males lifting their legs.

    This was posted a year ago. We got Sonya last October and she's been at the shelter for a month. She was found with a white male intact bull terrier who was slightly older (3-4 yrs old now). That poster is located 2 hours from the humane society where she was housed.

    I think the male resembles Sonya... What do you think, could I have found the scumbag?
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    Here is Sonya and the white bull terrier she was found with:

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  2. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

  3. Bullful

    Bullful Little Dog

    Does it matter now? Surely you are not going to give her back or let him know where she is.
    Sonya's happy, your happy, let Karma take care of whomever dumped her.
  4. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    I have to agree with Bullful.
  5. Hucklebutt

    Hucklebutt Banned Back Yard Breeder

    could be. but it could be impossible to know for sure.
  6. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

    Yeah obviously it would be the stupidest thing I could do if I were to contact that idiot. But I just started thinking about my dog's past, where she was, how she was treated, etc. I'm sure I'm not the only one who wonders about their rescue's background?
  7. Bullful

    Bullful Little Dog

    Never really bothered me enough to search. They always let me know that they were very happy to be with us. All that mattered.
  8. stardog82901

    stardog82901 Little Dog


    I've always wondered how Wally ended up at the shelter I got him from. 7 yr old, neutered male bt, found as stray and never claimed...it always boggles me how someone could have a dog that long and then just not care. I know he is happy now but I'd still like to find his history ya know?
  9. aprotopo

    aprotopo Big Dog

    Thanks Stardog, I feel that way too.

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