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Old July 22nd 03, 12:09 AM
David and Nan Greenly
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We just put up a website for our dogges. Come visit and tell us what you
think. For those of you who have never seen a Bulldogge, they are a rare
breed. Hope you like the pics.
Thank you, Denise Freer
http://oldebulldogge.envy.nu/


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Old July 23rd 03, 03:01 AM
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When the ancient war dogs did battle on Mon, 21 Jul 2003 18:09:55
-0500, "David and Nan Greenly" did speak the
following bit of wisdom:

http://oldebulldogge.envy.nu/

"Puppies will be $1000 each.
All puppies will be breeding quality unless otherwise stated."

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
That's right! They are all born with functioning reproductive organs.
The thing is this... not all dogs that *can* be bred, SHOULD be bred!
In fact, the vast majority of dogs should not ever reproduce! So why
don't you tell us what you do to prove your own dogs are breeding
quality. What are the genetic health problems your breed is subject to
and what are you doing to combat these problems? Why are you breeding
these particular dogs?

Puppies are always adorable and yours are no exception. But I'd be
more impressed if I knew you were looking out for the health and
welfare of your beloved breed, not to mention your breed's future
owners and fanciers...


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Old July 23rd 03, 11:36 PM
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But I'd be
more impressed if I knew you were looking out for the health and
welfare of your beloved breed, not to mention your breed's future
owners and fanciers...


I agree. Having met my first Olde English Bulldogge as a puppy in one of my
classes and now knowing her as a juvenile, I certainly hope you are planning on
screening the owners as well. This Bulldogge I know is super smart,
wonderfully motivated and very, very powerful. She was also sold to a
handicapped couple who she is simply too much dog for. Luckily they are
rehoming her with a a relative, but the breeder should have never sold her to
them in the first place...

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