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Old 05-14-2012, 10:32 PM   #31 
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ok
yeah
one more thing
don't start working out your dog to soon
you might damage him


what kind of dog food are you feeding him????

ever since my brother started to breed
i haven't hear any talk about blue or red nose any more

it all about the line
gotti
razor edge
remi
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:56 PM   #32 
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I know Fenris has these in his lineage: Pokemon, Razor's Edge, Biggs

Right now he is on Iams, I think. Smart Puppy formula. I always make sure the first ingredient in the food I get is real meat. Bot grains or meal.

I also know not to do any weight pulling/training with him until he is a year old. I've spoken to the people who have his grandfather (Mr. Biggs) about it. They do weightpull and know where I can get harnesses for him.
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:09 PM   #33 
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Pokemon n bigg???
I've think that's the parent name
Not a line or I've haven't heard of it yet.
Ima for puppy...
I'm not a very big ima fan
When I care for my brother puppies
Diamond puppy gold formula with crush taste of the wild

Don't weight pull if you like walking your dog

all u need to make your dog look rip n tone, with a good diet

Your dog is at the perfect age to start training
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:12 PM   #34 
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:21 PM   #35 
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@Rainbow - Thank you. ^_^

Pokemon and Biggs are two males. They;re very popular and big names.
You can do weight pulling and still have a well mannered dog when on a leash. Harness well only be used when he's pulling. All other times he has a collar and a vest. Again, I'd be doing it more so he could have a fun activity and some time where he isn't "working".

I'm currently doing obedience training with Fenris here at home and teaching him proper leash manners. He also knows to wake me from my flashback nightmares by licking my face and/or putting pressure on me. He has also started to snap me out of flashbacks during my waking hours in the same manner and by giving me something in there here and now to focus on and ground me.

He also has not yet begged for food since we brought him home. I'm taking this as a good sign. He also isn't allowed people food.
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Old 05-14-2012, 11:49 PM   #36 
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Um.. "pocket" bully only struck me now.. Debilitating their height with genetics and messing with them like that is probably not good in the long run. AmStaff and APBT are pretty close to their traditional standards. Putting their full body on stunted legs cannot be that good for them. Sorry dude.
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Old 05-15-2012, 12:03 AM   #37 
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Which kennel is bigg from
Pokemon Look alright
To correct/stander for my liking

When I've here of the word bully
These dog pop up in my head
Mr miyagi
G2
Kingpin sire

Stud fee 5 grand each(

Yeah dex to

Harder to control a dog that like to pull
Watch him close
He'll be teething soon
N will chew on anything that he can fit in his month
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Old 05-15-2012, 12:35 AM   #38 
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Um.. "pocket" bully only struck me now.. Debilitating their height with genetics and messing with them like that is probably not good in the long run. AmStaff and APBT are pretty close to their traditional standards. Putting their full body on stunted legs cannot be that good for them. Sorry dude.
The height is not the problem with bully
Length of the nose is a bigger issue/ size of the head/ arm spread n drop chest
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Old 05-15-2012, 01:48 AM   #39 
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Mr Biggs is out of Blue Mountain Bullies in Eugene, OR, You can find them on Facebook as Mountain Pride Bullies. Their current profile pic is Mr Biggs. He is Fenris's grandfather on mother's side.

Only harder to control the dog if they don't properly respect you. I've had pitbulls, Am Staffs, beagles, mutts, doberman, and a wolf hybrid. I know how to handle and raise a dog.

As far as teething... He's teething now. I've gotten him toys and rawhides. He's learning what he can and what he can't chew on.
Tonight he got a treat as well. Froze some chicken broth in an ice cube tray and gave him two little ones that were done. Good treat for hot days. He really liked them.
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Old 05-15-2012, 10:43 AM   #40 
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True.
When I've pick a dog out of the lite.
I usually pick them up n lay them on there back.
If they don't move I'll pick them

Seem like u know your way around dog.
You should be close to do a Deworming
Bully is better of on a high protein diet.
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