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Greetings from Bubba(bully) Pang(owner) , Malaysia

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by ggMing, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. ggMing

    ggMing Puppy

    Good day all, i'm new here in this forum. Currently i have a bully and had 2 pits in the past. I'm from Malaysia.
    i found this forum while im researching for BARF diet... i hope i can learn more from you people..

    here is a couple of pics..... my bully, Bubba.. (7weeks)
    *the brown one is the sibling, has found a new home

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  2. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    Eeek! Adorable puppy! Welcome, and enjoy researching!
  3. ggMing

    ggMing Puppy

    im trying to figure out a time table for my puppy... like when is the best time to play with him and such...

    at the moment, im feeding her raw at 8am 2pm and 8pm...
    i do always try to make time to play with him until he gets tired or bored...
  4. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    And I bet that's hard! Mine is 8 months now, and I still have a hard time tiring him out. They have A LOT of energy.
  5. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog


    Most raw feeders here feed Prey Model Raw (no fruits, veggies, or grains) but we, or at least I, don't discriminate.

    Make sure you're not exercising your 7 week old too much or with inappropriate exercises for his age. And be sure to work on training too.
  6. DrogosMom

    DrogosMom Puppy

    So cute! Welcome!
  7. warhammer

    warhammer Puppy

    Very nice dog! Welcome!
  8. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

  9. ggMing

    ggMing Puppy

    thank every for the greetings....

    currently playing a lil tug-o-war with him.. also on flirt pole to make him run a bit...
    he is lazy compared to the sibling... i hope its because hes too young... but the sibling always wanted to play and come to me whenever she sees me...
    bubba in the other hand is not so active... anyway, im having a good time with him, i hope he grows to be a little more active when hes older...
  10. keagan

    keagan Little Dog

    I wouldn't worry about activity level too much as long as he is eating and growing well and as long as his activity level stays normal for him. So if he seems "lazier" than usual, then that's a concern, but if he's sort of "lazy" in general, that just may be his style. If you're vaccinating on a puppy schedule he's probably seeing the vet pretty regularly, so if the vet deems him healthy, there's probably not much to worry about.

    I get to see my dog's litter mate once in awhile and I work with the litter mate's owner. Our dogs are very different, with mine being super hyper, and he's being a little more laid back. It's just their different dispositions, both are perfectly healthy.
  11. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    Welcome o Pit Bull Chat!
  12. darkvoodoo

    darkvoodoo Puppy


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