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    did anyone else ever get candy with their order from kartboy? hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
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    ...You would think of that song

    Anyhow, aside from being a 5MP camera, they forgot to mention the droid camera is pretty terrible. There might be tricks to it like running a different app or something, but regardless, I'm terrible with it. That being said pics don't do justice, but here is my family's 3 dogs (I am blaming the bulldog for my allergy issues) and myself and girl, which is an extra terrible shot.
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    He was throwing balloons filled with sulfuric acid and shrapnel at the swat team. They finally had to take him down with rubber bullets.
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    Yeah, she's gotta learn to hold onto her fur though.

    Ever seen homeward bound from like 20 years ago?... Yes... American bulldogs are THAT dumb. Sweet dog though. 70 some odd pounds of straight muscle and still growing.

    Ear infections are like wild fire in our house. One dog gets one, and then we have 6 in a matter of a week. Getting ear drops in that dogs ears is near impossible because none of us can hold her she's so strong.
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    Somewhat. The vizsla is the bad one about that. She just does the head rest routine (which is amazingly heavy by itself.. Also big enough to really screw you up if you are playing wii).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Ever seen homeward bound from like 20 years ago?... Yes... American bulldogs are THAT dumb. Sweet dog though. 70 some odd pounds of straight muscle and still growing.
    my abd is pretty sharp, sometimes more than his own good. Then again he's not technically "my" dog, he's the x's dog.. but I'm still his pappa.

    CJ has issues with his ears too, but he's pretty good about medication. I tell him to lay down, he does.. I roll him and pet the belly while Elise administers the ear med. Works like a charm till he shakes that huge head. lol.. I swear half the dose is meant to be sprayed around the room.
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    Yeah I don't know about the breed in general, but ours is just not all there . Nice dog regardless.

    Ours doesn't shake the ear wash out actually, but our other dogs do that. It goes everywhere and isn't the nicest stuff. She's much more bone motivated over attention actually. She also likes tennis balls that she rips in half... Not new ones though.

    She does do this head swing thing, not really a shake but a real hard shake... It's the equivalent of taking a hard hook right to the chest. Wrecking ball.

    All in all though, great dog. Fits well with the other two older dogs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex
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    CJ uses the massive shoulders.. he'll run up beside you and just toss his body weight right into the knee.. down ya go lol.

    we got him as a rescue, he was neglected and possibly abused. Had a broken leg, 15lbs under weight and in generally terrible shape. Here he is now.







    When Elise moves to Michigan in a few weeks I'm going to miss him. Wont miss his hair and dog mess lol.. but will def miss him, he's a good dog buddy. I demanded visitation when we decided to part ways lol.. Elise says I can come and visit him any time I like. I'm curious how he's going to do in the cold this winter.. he's always been a southern dog.
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    Nice lookin dog.

    Ours loves the snow up here in PA. We have to pull her she stays out for so long.

    They are a pretty good breed all in all. Character of the english bulls minus the health issues. Compared to a lot of dog breeds, they are very, very hardy health wise. Learning to hold on their fur a bit better would help though.

    Yours is a lot wider than ours and not as long. Odd how much variation there is in the breed. Ours is a year and a quarter and won't stop growing in the neck region. Gone through three of those walking hardness leashes already - running out of sizes because of her chest size haha.
    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex
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    that dog is soo cute. I have one myself..his name is Baily

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Nice lookin dog.

    Yours is a lot wider than ours and not as long. Odd how much variation there is in the breed. Ours is a year and a quarter and won't stop growing in the neck region. Gone through three of those walking hardness leashes already - running out of sizes because of her chest size haha.
    They do shed alot.. and its white so really shows up in say.. a black wrx interior? lol..

    There are two major types of abd's though.. Johnsons are the huge ones. Judging from the facial structure of yours thats probably what you've got. CJ is the other type.. name of which is slipping my mind atm. Regardless.. they are hearty dogs health wise and very loyal if not slightly clingy. CJ's 6 yrs old and well done growing. Though at this point we're trimming him back down but he's still a little chubby. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heide264 View Post
    Yeah, she's gotta learn to hold onto her fur though.

    Ever seen homeward bound from like 20 years ago?... Yes... American bulldogs are THAT dumb. Sweet dog though. 70 some odd pounds of straight muscle and still growing.
    Good looking bulldog. My girlfriends american bull is around 125 pounds of pure muscle. Thing's a beast but is goofy as hell.
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