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Bella she's a 5/8 3/8 who will be 12 months old next week,she's already bumped into a few odds & sods on our daily exercise wanders..she is 100% going to do what's asked of her if early indication

4th full season for this fella. Just does what he does. Been great to have him as a role model for young dog. Always keeps me happy this fella Atb Igz

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On 21/09/2021 at 09:41, jeemes said:

I would rather have a lined bred one from back when pits were better than have a f1 now from some European rubbish. There are still a few about not contaminated with Saluki or Collie. 

Thats all well and good but I seiously doubt theres any line bred ones going back to fully tested bulldogs that havnt been diluted along the way.And there was just as many shit bulldogs about years ago as what there is now.

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21 hours ago, downsouth said:

Thats all well and good but I seiously doubt theres any line bred ones going back to fully tested bulldogs that havnt been diluted along the way.And there was just as many shit bulldogs about years ago as what there is now.

Yes there was, but there was also some good ones. They dont need to be Champions but offensive as you know yourself because they are going to be watered with Greyhound blood which doesnt always work. So starting with a line bred 1st cross that retains minerals/drive etc gives a good start if close bred and tested and weeded. 

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1 hour ago, dogmad riley said:

How old is he? I remember when you was doing the mating. Jerry has thrown some game dogs

5 nearly 6 I guess! He’s plenty game and plenty can vouch for him, Jerrys thrown some belters tbh. Waiting for some cold weather we’ll be back out, think this is the first year in a long long time Iv not been flat out from stubbles. 

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8 minutes ago, j1985 said:

5 nearly 6 I guess! He’s plenty game and plenty can vouch for him, Jerrys thrown some belters tbh. Waiting for some cold weather we’ll be back out, think this is the first year in a long long time Iv not been flat out from stubbles. 

Was you the lad had dog go missing Woburn way..... Was there an outcome. 

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