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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
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    This beautiful, adorable, sweet natured dogue x american staffie they think) , has been in our local shelter for quite awhile awaiting a home after having been found wandering.
    Just beautiful!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalierqld View Post
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    This beautiful, adorable, sweet natured dogue x american staffie they think) , has been in our local shelter for quite awhile awaiting a home after having been found wandering.
    Gosh I wish I could have more dogs... Forget crazy cat lady, I'd be crazy staffy lady

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    well my girl has the most beautiful nature ever..
    She is truly like a human.. She does exactly what
    she's told . If I sit on the floor she runs to me and
    puts her head over my shoulder..I swear she is human
    in a dogs body..
    She rides in the front seat of my car with me and is so so
    loyal it's unbelievable.

    My boy honestly has a wandering mind..
    Does what he wants when he wants.
    It's like he has a little a.d.d..
    Good on the lead though, which is a MUST for a big
    sized dog.

    With the head of my boy and the body of my girl,
    I am hoping to produce perfect pups.

    You haven't owned a Dog until you've owned a DOGUE..
    Last edited by Lucky Lady; 03-24-2012 at 08:38 AM.

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    And just an update today..
    She has thrown up twice under the patio
    Had to hose out the concrete at 6am ..

    Maybe this is a sign....

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    Hope she is feeling better soon........All those puppies pushing on her stomach???
    Pets are forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    And just an update today..
    She has thrown up twice under the patio
    Had to hose out the concrete at 6am ..

    Maybe this is a sign....
    Awe poor muma dogue.
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    Very exciting, I say that because I don't have to push those adorable little buggers out lol...

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    How is she today lucky? feeling better...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    well my girl has the most beautiful nature ever..
    She is truly like a human.. She does exactly what
    she's told . If I sit on the floor she runs to me and
    puts her head over my shoulder..I swear she is human
    in a dogs body..
    She rides in the front seat of my car with me and is so so
    loyal it's unbelievable.

    My boy honestly has a wandering mind..
    Does what he wants when he wants.
    It's like he has a little a.d.d..
    Good on the lead though, which is a MUST for a big
    sized dog.

    With the head of my boy and the body of my girl,
    I am hoping to produce perfect pups.

    You haven't owned a Dog until you've owned a DOGUE..
    Are they a watchdog type ie, bark, or will they happily help the burglar carry out with the spoils? Also, Im assuming they are quite laid back and maybe a little bit lazy..so what type of exercise do they need?
    Are they food monsters? How are they with kids when bought up with them?

    What is usually the wait for puppies or the availablity of older dogues
    Sorry for the barrage of questions, helping a friend/client of the vet clinic where I work find a suitable breed, she loves dogues, but im not sure if they are suitable for her or not, so just want to help with a bit more info.

    She has children 6yrs +, and an elderly much loved Beagle cross.
    Last edited by cavalierqld; 03-25-2012 at 05:06 PM. Reason: spelling oops
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    ok They don't really eat a lot . Depends what breed you have had before..
    I feed approx 1 kilo a night per dog..Which I guess is a lot lol
    Some people have them on a kibble diet and chicken frames.
    Kibble being Royal Canine which is a full balanced meal and cost a small fortune..
    A raw diet is way healthier for this breed in my opinion.
    They are great guard dogs and both mine would bite if a stranger came into
    our property..
    They are not aggressive dogs at all..
    They are not barkers and require minimal excersize ..
    They can not be excersized up until they reach at least the
    age of 1 year old, due to the size of the rapid growth..
    However, you could take them down the beach by car
    to throw a ball for about 10 mins but heavy excersize is not recommended .

    They are excellent with children and a friend for life..
    Last edited by Lucky Lady; 03-25-2012 at 06:09 PM.

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