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karen   nicholasville, KY

4/26/2011 8:45:28 AM

where can i find that aritcle fighting for dogs?

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SAM   C.Springs, CO

4/17/2010 3:44:38 AM

I train all breeds and specialize in aggression, It's been 19 years and its time to start educating owners the public and the trainers, bully breeds are just a dog that's all with a bad name, trainers if your going to do aggression training then do it for real, if you don't well that's why they get the bad name but so do us trainers, you want a mastered mental working aggression training way then contact us, we are on our way to start changing the rules and ordinances but the trainers have to be trained too, so lets educate and save our bully

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robyn   newmarket, ON

2/20/2010 1:17:43 PM

i have a 11 week old brazillian mastiff and shes already been way to aggressive for comfort i dont know what to do with her im scared for when she gets bigger

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Shane   Penticton, BC

8/14/2009 8:25:54 PM

Hi could you tell me where the puppies on page 9 of "Training Secrets for bully breeds" (Vol. 9.) came from? Thanks! Shane.

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janet   bethlehem, PA

1/18/2009 8:09:52 AM

good article thanks


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filiberto alejo   west jordan, UT

5/26/2008 1:10:06 AM

hi! your magazine training secrets for bully breds its the best advices ever, but do you make this magazine in spanihs please let me nkow at my e-mail tnx.

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Jake   Hobart, IN

2/2/2008 10:02:10 PM

Hello, just purchased the mag, 2/2/08. Read the article by Susan McCullough titled "Get Involved in Dog-Assisted Therapy" on page 121. In the article, she reports that Michele Crouse of Denison, Texas owns an American Staffordshire Terrier. McCullough then quotes Crouse as saying that this breed, the AmStaff, "in England they are called the Nanny

I would have thought that a magazine written for and by bulldog type dog folks would know and understand the difference between and AmStaff and a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. There are differences. And the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is the Nanny Dog. Both ladies should get their facts straight.

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Natalia   Reno, NV

10/30/2007 11:28:26 AM

This magazine is a must read for any bully breed owner

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jasmine   NY, NY

10/24/2007 4:23:42 PM

names jazzy, i owned a APBT for 8yrs. never got into fights with anyother dogs in the neighbourhood.he was a well tempered dog,well trained and i had no problems wit him. owning a dog like this took alot of responsibility and patience. Regardless if he was bred to fight i think its the owners who shape the dogs into what they become. People need to get thier facts right about the dog they get beforehand so they won't turn into monsters and get out of control. proper training + disciplining + exercise + bonding wit your dog helps.

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Leonard S.   Lancaster, CA

8/25/2007 6:31:02 PM

Hi, my name is Leonard. I own a red nose pitbull that is 8 months old. His name is Shadow. Shadow is the first dog I have ever owned. I have done alot of research online. Thanks to Ceasar Millan, dog channel, Bully breed magazines and all the great articles I have read, I can honestly say I own a great APBT. Pets take alot of trainning and patients, but it is all worth it. We also own a small Malti-poo. Her name is Sadie and she is only 6 months. They get along really good. Bully breeds are great pets as along as they are treated properly. I don't like all the stereotype that they say about bully breeds. Everytime I see negative feedback from people in the street, Shadow seems to suprise them. He is well mannered and respectfull. I enjoy reading good things about Bully Breeds and I hope people can understand them more after reading this article.


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