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    Default Hi Guys... :)

    Hi guys..newbie here from WA

    We are the very proud owners of an 11 week old female apbt puppy named Mocha. She has fitted into our family perfectly and is brilliant with our two young children..

    Here she is with our youngest daughter




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    Hi Mocha and welcome to the forum

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    G'day Mocha...whatta pretty pitty !!!
    2 babies in the house....i bet you have your hands full !!!


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    Hi Mocha

    I think she's gorgeous. She looks like a lab x boxer if you ask me. Or maybe an Am Staff x lab. Should be great with children, but may take some extra work to get her to be great with other dogs.

    If she is a Pitbull then you must comply with the restricted breed law of WA (and all other states, but not the territories...) and never ever ever take her to Victoria. Not until their politicians grow a spine and a brain each and repeal the BSL (Breed Specific Legislation).

    Restricted breeds
    Owners of certain breeds of dogs are required to abide by provisions similar to those that apply to dogs declared dangerous. These measures require the display of warning signs where these dogs are kept, stringent fencing requirements, muzzling and restraint at all times in public, age restrictions for owners and handlers, disposal notification, and that these dogs wear dangerous dog collars.
    From March 2006, all restricted breed dogs must be muzzled, leashed and controlled by an adult who is physically capable of handling the dog, in any environment except prescribed enclosures. Restricted breed dogs are also required to be sterilised unless there are extenuating circumstances relating to the animal’s physical condition or medical treatment.
    These breeds currently include:
    • Dogo Argentino (Argentinean fighting dog)
    • Fila Brasileiro (Brazilian fighting dog)
    • Japanese Tosa
    • American Pit Bull Terrier and Pit Bull Terrier breeds
    • Perro de Presa Canario or Presa Canario
    • and any dog of a mixed breed that visibly contains any of
    these breeds.
    http://www.slp.wa.gov.au/pco/prod/FileStore.nsf/Documents/MRDocument:6408P/$FILE/DogRstdBreedsRegsNo22002-01-a0-04.pdf?OpenElement

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    Hi Mocha.
    Love the pic's! Reminds me of a few photo's I have stored away from my childhood.
    It's great to see children growing up with dogs.
    Feel free to have a look at our canine health supplement site - kingly-pet.com

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