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    Default Bronx's Man bits RIP.

    Wow...my 2 dogs are so different.

    Mojo has a little OP....requires 5 days intensive care and caress. Bucket on head results in a frozen stiff dog who refuses to move. The slightest bump to the bucket see's him panicking big time. Big wuss bag.

    Bronx got desexed yesterday....poor widdle Bo Bo......as soon as the drugs wore off he was like a bull at a gate....The bucket is on but he dont care. If it smashes into somthing it's either staying there in pieces or its going along for the ride. Its like it's not even there. Just smashing his way through everything !!!

    So Yep !!!! Bronx got his nangers lopped yesterday. Poor boy...i'm telling him it was all the wifes idea and since he didnt rip my throat out in my sleep last night i think he's cool with us now. He was a sore and sorry boy yesterday arvo. I've never seen him so still and quiet. Come dinner time and he was firing on all four cylinders.
    He's back to himself now...dragging his bucket along the walls...grr...probably working out the best way to destroy it no doubt.......or how to seek revenge while i sleep.

    I swear Bronx would have made a excellent piggers dog. He's just bloody bulletproof.....a machine that dosnt stop !!!

    Fingers crossed the next 10 days go well and there's no vet trips between now and when the stitches are coming out.

    It wasnt me big fella It was all mummys idea....i promise !!


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    That's hillarious about dragging that bucket against walls, crashing around the house. This was Kevin my old rottie, when he had his off. Didnt seem to mind humping with it on either

    This is supposed to 'settle' some dogs i hear lol

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    Just quietly Bernie.......i was hoping this might 'settle' him down a bit.....didnt have high hopes for thankfully because he's as crazy as ever now. LOL....


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    that testosterone takes a few weeks to get outta his system. then he'll be able to get in touch with his 'mastiff' side, and fall to the floor in a sunny spot? maybe? er well, maybe not? lol

    I have a tip for you: its an ancient training trick ive learnt from having some naughty dogs along the way...
    Take a look at the weather, the minute you see one of those 46 degree days. Throw a bbq, invite all those that doubted your sanity in getting bronx. And watch them all marvel at how sedate he is now. (in the 46 degree day
    People will compliment you on how well the dog has settled into your life.
    Not realising, it cant get up coz its too hot! lol

    Kick everyone out before the temp drops though, or you'll be busted for sure!

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    Oh but I laughed when i read that posting Sean. Such a visual picture of one large frustrated pup and the other so different. Your world could make a book, remember Marley and Me, it sounds like Bronx qualifies.Maybe you should keep a diary, one day it could make your fortune.

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    Bronx sounds like a tank, there is no stopping him or deterring him, he must be so frustrated with the bucket, not that it seems to be stopping him. When we got Brooklyn & Compton desexed, Brooklyn was just as crazy & Hyper as he was beforehand, but after a month or two as the testosterone started to get out of his system he calmed down a bit more (mainly around other dogs and when he meets new people), he is still a bit a Goofball and has his funny fives (usually more of a funny 30), Compton is still a nutjob, just a slightly calmer and more settled nutjob.

    Bronx will settle down over the next few months, though a lot of it comes as they get older and reach maturity, not sure what the age is for his breed, but i know that for Husky males its about 2-3 years old.

    Sounds like it will be fun at your place over the next few days, how does Mojo cope with Bronx's crazyness?

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    How are your shins?
    Hay band and duct tape are useful for repairing head buckets.
    I love those really hot days when the dogs just melt into the floor tiles
    and you don't even have to hop over them.
    Hopefully the Bronxter will calm down soon.

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    Thanks guys...
    I'm home with him the next few days so i can try and keep him somwhat calm....like no running etc. Both of us full of stitches.

    We had 2 guys measure up so new screen doors this morning...they met a very excited Bullmastiff at the door, so i had to drag Mojo into the bed room then we went out the backdoor and just as they started measuring up Bronx tore around the corner barking at them.....with his big white bucket on. He then just ran straight at me and crashed into my legs full bore. The guys where just looking at this mad dog mugging me with a bucket on his head. Like what operation dad ??? That was yesterday...today is now.!!!

    I swear he's either part machine, posessed or to dumb to feel pain...cause he's out of control. LOL.

    Loving that training tip Bernie,...that'd work a treat here for sure !!!
    Yeah, he's still a very young dog. The next few months will be interesting. I want to see what changes in his face...like if he goes more droopy like a Mastiff or stays more like a Staffyish kinda head he has now. Just looking at him with a cone on makes me wonder if theres Staffy or Pitty in there somwhere.
    I'll try and get some photos of him up later.


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    Sounds like nothing stops him. I've had a couple of dogs that have been very sore and sorry for themselves and others like Bronx that after a good nights sleep they are just up and at it again.

    I've never had to use the "bucket" for desexing, they've always left well alone, I have for a hot spot on our Gordon Setter, in the end she broke the "bucket" and it was held together by grey tape. She scraped our legs with it and bashed and crashed into all sorts of things.

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    revenge is a dish best served cold

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