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sorrels dog as a family dog

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by mlmaas, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. mlmaas

    mlmaas Top Dog

    hey guys, i've been debating getting a papered dog for some time now (years actually), i'm not specifically looking for a dog off game-lines, but i still want a real bulldog. the dog will be a house dog, but we're an active family and i would like to get into weight pulling in a few years.

    i live in SW Florida and know of a few breeders that have a lot of Amstaff Stuff, but i've been looking at some sorrel's stuff in the upstate. any input from you guys would be cool as to where i can find what i'm looking for.
  2. junkyard

    junkyard CH Dog

    Whats this? someone who asks a question but in anormal way?
    i think we are being set up!:eek:

    i cant help you mate but im sure someone will point you in the right direction.
    maybee head to some weight pull events first and have a poke around.
  3. Lee D

    Lee D CH Dog

    good advice
  4. mntman2003

    mntman2003 CH Dog

    i got my sorrells gyp from n fla she is a house dog...what u put into a dog is what u get out of it.
  5. mlmaas

    mlmaas Top Dog

    nah man.. i post here and there, i'm a military recruiter, i work many saturdays so i havent been able to get to any events. my dad hard a yard full of bulldogs when i was younger, mostly hog dogs. i have a 1.5 yr old female now, found her as a stray 35# solid red girl. best dog i've had in a while.
  6. mlmaas

    mlmaas Top Dog

    my stray bitch is a service dog BTW.. helps with my wifes seizures..no BS.. she calms her down so she can take her meds
  7. Lee D

    Lee D CH Dog

    does she sense the seizures when theyre about to happen? ive heard of that before, but ive never known a dog trained for that kinda work
  8. mlmaas

    mlmaas Top Dog

    well they notice the slight changes in body movement, chemical imbalances, etc. its treally not something you can train for.. this bitch is like velcro, she shes able to sense any changes in behavior, etc.
  9. junkyard

    junkyard CH Dog

    mate thats gold that you have a dog like that, it would obviously make yours and your wifes life a hell of alot easier.

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