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FARM OUT (Haystack Son)

Discussion in 'Dog Discussion' started by suksbiscuit, May 18, 2017 at 10:14 PM.

  1. living and personal circumstances have arose and am looking for a good situation to work out with someone around my way. I live in northern california. In the auburn sacramento area. ive been dealing with the biscuit blood exclusively for some time now. I owned a half brother to stax who was simply phenomenal and in that same breath these haystack dogs have been nothing less. Phenomenal! My dog Swagger who is out haystack bred to his half sister miss edith is double bred(line bred) biscuit with miss edith's bottom being garners edith. This dog is completely wide open and has been since he touched down. By far one of the most dense, strongest well put together bulldogs ive ever seen. his a 63 lb in a 50 lb frame. just dense!. unfortunately ive raised him as a house dog and now have him as an outside dog where we have a small backyard with a big dog and alot of excessive energy. im biking him 7 to 8 miles a night only to have him hit the back door looking for more. this is causing problems with me and the wife and at this time dont have that time to adequately provide the necessary arrangements required for him. I rather give the bulldog community a chance at a possible beneficial situation for the both of us before putting him up with family who couldn't handle the nature of this dog. hes unbred and entact if anyone wants more info or is possibly interested hit my messages so we exchange information. God bless
    P.S. i dont know if posting this here is okay so i understand if this post is removed.
     
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  2. Forever-So REAL

    Forever-So REAL Po' Boy Premium Member

    It's okay! It's a sad and will be a fun post have any pictures?
     
  3. thecableguy

    thecableguy Big Dog

    I'm on southern CA I know your pain I'm dealing with something similar . It's hard passing was with a dog because you don't know how the next person is going to treat your hound. DOES THE DOG HAVE SKIN ALLERGY'S? HA?
     
  4. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    Yea a pic and pedigree might help get some interest.
     
  5. Kostas81

    Kostas81 Pup

    i THINK THESE KIND OF POSTS SHOULD BE MORE AROUND HERE, INSTEAD OF DUMPING THESE DOGS IN THE STREETS. tHIS SHOWS RESPONSIBILITY, TRYING TO FIND AN OWNER THAT KNOWS WHAT THIS BREED IS ALL ABOUT.
    i HAVE TWO MYSELF AND i TAKE THEM 3 RIDES PER DAY TO EXHAUST THEM.... wE NEED THIS TIME TO SPEND WITH OUR DOGS SO THEY CAN BE FULLFILLED...
     
  6. Mop Master

    Mop Master Yard Boi AKA MopMaster, Gutter Boy & LWG

    Whats up bro?
     

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