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    hello im after a female QLD mastiff puppy i can not find any breeders does any body no were some are or some that will be born soon thanks

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    Have a look at this thread from last week. There is a link to Redgum Kennels on the first page. Not sure when the next litter is but if you contact them they should be able to steer you in the right direction. Good luck with it.
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...-mastiffs.html


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    i have spoken to them already and they arnt beeding mastiffs any more... is there nebody else any were that can help me

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    Did they say why they arnt breeding them any more ??. They are a fairly new 'breed'...i'm wondering if it didnt work out well. Might be worth avoiding such a unknown breed and stick with the tried and true Mastiff's. They are prone to so many health issues if not bred propelry...it's a big risk.


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    yes they said that the males r agressive which is what i want but they must have had some close encouters.... i have a male QLD mastiff already and he has never been unhealthy at all and there a very loyal breed i say great work for breeding them... surley sombody esle must breed them

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    Thats great to hear your bloke is healthy and if you read that other thread you would know that i was curious about the breed.

    I was told they are not droolers....infact the only owner i have met in person said they are bred to reduce the Mastiff drool issue....can i ask if your bloke is a drooler or not ??

    Sorry....thats the only breeder i have heard of. I'm surprised they didnt point you in the right direction to another breeder if there are any.


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    it is true bout the drool he dosnt drool realy much at all only wen he knowns hes gettin fed thats bout it... its insane how loyal they are but... i dunno why they dont no nebody else... hopfully something comes along

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    So are you planning on breeding or something? Any specific reason why you are after an aggressive dog??

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

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    yes i live in a area wit high crime and for now theres not much i can do about it.. im lucky to have my big fella he has protected my family many times and yes i would like a female for breeding and to back him up if need be

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    I suggest before even contemplating breeding you go and read through some of the pinned threads regarding back yard breeding. If you have an aggressive dog already I would never ever breed from him. That sort of temperament in my opinion should not be strived for but avoided.

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

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