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Is this a pure breed litter or no?

Discussion in 'American Bulldog' started by Invader7, Aug 5, 2015.

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  1. catchrcall

    catchrcall Good Dog Staff Member

    Then I'd travel to find one. That's disgusting.

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  2. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    There are little to no good outlets for people with bully breeds here, we have a small agility group, and thats it. The group that promotes the glory of bully breeds wouldn't know a proper APBT if they tripped over it, the lady who runs it is a fur mommy moronwho spouts its all in how you raise them, nothing else matters. So she promotes nothing good, or any dog sports just cesars bullshit, its very sad. A few years ago Edmonton lifted its bylaw that all pitbull type dogs on the dangerous dog list, so they had to be muzzled, and penned, etc. This woman was doing a speach and mentioned this bylaw, and i said that it was lifted and she argued with me, it had been lifted for over a year at this point. Its very sad here, we have no one interested in healthy athletic bullys breeds, just fat couch potatoes to show the world how awesome they are.
  3. robertosilva

    robertosilva Little Dog

    You don't need classes to keep a dog fit and in shape. Most pet bull breeds can be walked, jogged, and exercised plenty. There is no excuse for people having an overweight dog unless it has medical/genetic problems.
  4. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    No they are lazy for the most part, i just think if there were something and they could see what their dogs should, and could look like they might do something. Instead of their dogs looking like sausages.
  5. bsand

    bsand Good Dog

    Ignorance is the issue, I wasn't aware how chubby of a puppy I had until I posted pictures. Luckily I realized and fixed his weight while still quite young.
  6. ruffiangirl

    ruffiangirl Little Dog

    You could be right, ignorance is probably right, its so sad, unless i go to a dog show all i see are fat bullies, even the trainer here has fat dogs. But the last dog show i saw the most amazing mini xolo, stunning, such good shape, beautifully muscled out.
  7. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    We took in a rescue and she has very expensive Vet bills. If you choose an adult dog, from a foster or rescue, make sure the dog is in good health. Ours has severe separation anxiety and a skin disorder.
  8. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    Many purebreds are becoming more "bully-looking". Have you looked at Rottweilers and Labrador Retrievers lately"? Even breeds known for flat faces, like Pekingese and French Bulldogs and Boxers are becoming more extreme in that feature. They aren't a different breed, just being selected for extremes. It's really a shame, but it sells. Something about that short face and bulkiness that humans find very appealing.
  9. Sagebrush

    Sagebrush Good Dog

    I wonder about rescue any more, unless you really know what you are looking at. I don't know that I would recommend shelters or rescue to the casual person looking for a pet.

    I hear more and more about problems with pets acquired this way.
  10. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    There are a few good ones out there. My neighbor volunteers for one that is very good. All their dogs spend their first two weeks at the Vet. They are thoroughly checked. Then they go into foster care. But that is the only one that I know of that is so good. They barely get any dogs returned to them.
    The person who rescued my dog was very good at selecting a dog with a great temperament. That is all she looked at, I believe.
  11. mach z

    mach z Puppy

    Dont bother getting this breed until you do tons an tons of research you dont sound like your readdy for this breed yet.there is alot to learn yet.

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  12. _unoriginal

    _unoriginal Cow Dog

    OP has not visited the forum since August.
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