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Here is my wifes new baby.......arrggghhh.....but what can I say, "You did get a new tractor"......blah blah blah.

Everything does have it's price.

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Congrats i know your a proud papa:D
 

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congrats ps... i used to have 2 bulldogs.. Mother & her puppy; male dog....
they are a special breed... snoring, slobbering, lazy assed, strong headed..

but really great and awesome dogs...

knowing the price of a bulldog.. it may have costed more than your tractor!!:furious:
 

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Nice addition to the family, and you are such a lucky man to get the tractor first:furious: PS hope you have an fel for the tractor.... You will need it if your puppy is like the bulls we have down here:D
 

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PS, how old is the pup?

my male bulldog was a special dog... he just loved to go out in my boat.. when i had the boat up at camp he would leave the cottage and go and just sit in my seat in the boat at the dock just waiting to go out on the water... it was the cutest thing i ever saw... of course he knew when we went out in the boat together he would get a sub sandwich so that may have been his love of the water...


he was also wicked funny.. when id catch a bass, and use the fishing net, he would lick the net and get the fish odor.. then start dry humping.. it was hillarious.. i guess the fish smelled like female dog or something...


also my dog was a homo-dog... (no offense) he would go to a male dog and just start sucking its D... what an embarassing thing.. id forever be apologizing to the dogs owner and saying "I dont know where he learned that"

Great dog though.. really.. a great dog..
 

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Thanks for the complements. He is 12 weeks old. He is an English Bulldog.

This is the second one I have owned and the 1st for my wife. My first died at the age of 2 from a heat stroke, 10 minutes out in 95 degree weather. I hope I know more now to keep this one around a while.

This wasn't my pick for a dog, I tried steering her towards a lab but, being a dawg fan and all I guess you can't blame her.
 

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ps, i did not want to say anything about how my dogs died..

my mother dog died 7 hours after having puppies... it was horrible, besides the fact that they have to be artificially inseminated and then have a C-section to pass pups.. my poor female dog died shortly after the operation.. she was 4.

I had to hand feed the 3 pups from the beginning.. then went to tube feeding.. it was a horror show but 2 of the 3 pups made it...

i kept the male (i think he was a homo because he had no mamo and never really bonded so instead of sucking his mothers milk.. his sucking was done to his litter mates)

my male died at 4 also of heat stroke or a heart attack..

He was a real great dog though and id raised him from the second he was born... it was a tough and very unexpected loss...

After that, i switched to boxers... but a bulldog is a great dog.. lots of extra care.. AC in the summer is a must... but they are great great dogs... good luck..
 

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Hey PSR: Hows that little bulldog doing?
any new pics???

bulldogs are by far the cutest puppies ive ever seen!!


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Nice looking pooch ps! Hope you can get used to the snoring. My Dad got an English bull dog when I was a young boy and that dog was a testy, moody guy. Talk about a fleshy, ugly mug.......his name was Mugsie. :D You did not mess with him when he was sleeping or around dinner time. :D ;)
 

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He is doing good. No new pictures but he doubled his weight in 10 days. From 10.2 lbs to 19.8 lbs. He should be a big boy by the time it is over with. We are headed to look at a female tomorrow.
 

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to breed or as a playmate???
they still need to be artificially inseminated? when i had my puppies they did.. it was not a pretty site...

along with a C- section for the mother to have the pups...


post a pic when you can...
 

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as a playmate. Maybe someday to breed but it would depend on how good a dogs they are.
 

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Update

Here he is a month and a half later at 4 months old weighing in at just over 30 lbs.

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oh it's good...........good and loud. He sleeps in a crate right outside our bedroom door and you can hear him all night. It doesn't bother me though, I can still out snore him. :D
 

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Originally posted by psrumors
oh it's good...........good and loud. He sleeps in a crate right outside our bedroom door and you can hear him all night. It doesn't bother me though, I can still out snore him. :D
A Stihl MS-66 is about the only thing that can out snore me. I snore so bad, I sleep with a CPAP machine. :soldier10:eek:mg: :furious: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :nerd:
 
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