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Draydur Bull Terriers

Discussion in 'Bull Terrier' started by Dray, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. Dray

    Dray Bull Terrier Moderator

    How many people on this forum are from blighty?:)How many people breed Bull Terriers and of those how many test their breeding stock for Heart,Kidney,Baer and patella?

    Thank you in advance if you find the time.
    Draydur Bull Terriers.
  2. daniellelv

    daniellelv Banned

    i dont know what blightly is, but i plan to breed my boy and he will be completely health tested.
  3. Dray

    Dray Bull Terrier Moderator

    health testing your Bull Terriers

    Sorry I mean from the UK (blighty)
    Unless you use your dog on a female you own there is no guarantees that he will be used at stud. I'm sure someone will want to use him he is very nice and he should throw some good tri's?:)

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