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2 hours ago, C.green said:

Hard to find straight bull greys now id like one of the smaller 23/24 inch ones like the first one i had keeps everything sporting then. 

Got to be in the cool Kid gang to get one 

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On 26/10/2021 at 09:11, Penda said:

Very nice sort mate reminds me of a dog a lost a few year back he was only about 24tts genuine 3/8 5/8 his mom was a straight half x bred from farmer boys stuff very game little bitch and the dad was a 3/4 grey 1/4 bull very good dog wish I still had these dogs now 

Cheers penda cracking bitch she was iv seen her put some big dogs to shame mate 

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1 hour ago, Lamperj said:

Cheers penda cracking bitch she was iv seen her put some big dogs to shame mate 

Her dam was 38,58 n sire was half x Mayfield line nothing iv had since ever come close to this bitch, 23tts [BANNED TEXT] heart of a lion 👌

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Hi , have just got a puppy which is apparently XL bully mum and dad was a lurcher of some description,,mum so say escaped and hooked up with the lurcher down the road.a couple had him and had to get rid as social services wouldn’t let them adopt their granddaughter with the pup in the house  as it was a bull breed   He’s 16 weeks old , he was got as a pet, not for any other reason ,but was wondering if anyone had any. Thoughts or ideas on the sort of size/ build  he will end up,appreciate it’s hard with a cross breed ,but loooking through some posts there seems to be some very experienced owners so thought this would be a good place to ask . Many thanks J 




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11 hours ago, dytkos said:

Maybe not the best forum to ask on mate, maybe better on a general training forum? HTH. 

Cheers, D.

Might be one of the best forums to ask,that is down to the members on here how they help the lad.......

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