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    Default Dogue De Bordeaux

    Anyone here with a Dogue De Bordeaux ?

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    I think nekbeth had one, just recently lost to bloat
    Pets are forever

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    There was one that used to show up at our park occasionally.

    However I think it weighed more than its human and she never figured out how to get it to walk nicely - so it towed her where ever it wanted to go. Not as much slobber as a blood hound on that one.

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    I had my boy for 6 years, I lost him on Sunday to bloat unfortunately. They are gorgeous, wonderful dogs.






    this was the banjo shark he caught himself. We were fishing off a jetty and another fisherman pulled up this shark, it spat the hook and before it fell back Skoota reached out and grabbed it. He hauled it back and brought it to me lol the man said since he caught it fair and square he could keep it

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    Oh what a sweet sweet dog.
    So sorry to here he has passed..
    I would be devastated if something
    happen to my dogues..
    Hoping to have a litter in a few weeks time
    so I am so so excited about that..

    What was Skoota's Kennel name Nekhbet ....?

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    condolences Nekhbet

    I wish we knew more about how to prevent bloat.

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    So very sorry for your loss Nekbeth...such a wonderful dog, much too soon to the dreadful bloat
    Pets are forever

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    So sorry for your loss. What beautiful dog Skoota was

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    He was Chienparadis Renier, but I got him as a rescue when his owners didnt want him anymore at 7 1/2 months old.

    sorry to hog the DDB thread ...


    ooooh litter how exciting! Come on we need photos of your lot ASAP!!

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    I ran around the back of a house for work the other day and was cofronted with one of the saddest site i've seen in a while.....a big lovely Douge who was covered in some sort of skin disease. Unfortunately the big guys owners where not home so i dont know what the story was but he and his small kelpie mate did seem well looked after and happy. I just hope his owners where treating it.

    I'm hoping to get the opportunity agin soon to see him and if he's the same or worse i'm planning on having a chat with the owner or even calling the RSPCA just in case. I kinda made up my mind already that if this blokes not getting looked after i would take him in for sure........we will see what happens.

    So sorry to hear about your Skoota Nekhbet......he looks like a wonderful friend. Your braver and stronger than me , i couldnt bare to talk about dogs so soon after loosing a mate like that.


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