Yet another adorable puppy! :)

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  1. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    Well, Ya know I've just gotta post all cute puppy pics that I snap, so I will introduce to you a friend of our's new pup. Her name is Dazy, and she is a feisty 9 week old American Pitbull Terrier. She came over and rolled around with Kasha, and Heywood today. They are excellent roll models for her.:smile2: They all had fun running, and rassling in the yard for about an hour today while I BBQ'd.
     

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  2. dewboy24us

    dewboy24us New Member

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    cute pup. to bad the breed has such a bad reputation.
     

  3. pk_powell

    pk_powell New Member

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    I really believe were two of a kind in that we are huge dog lovers. She is as sweet as can be!! I just love my Snookie and Bear!! Bear got ahold of my Digital Camra(Stinker) and chewed up the screen so I had to ship it out for repairs or replacement yesterday. Puppys and their chewing. I got him a bone and he chews on it but he gets bored and starts in on other things and I don't always catch him until it's too late!!-------Sister Pat:crazy:
     
  4. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    True, and luckily there are a few good people still willing to go to bat for the character of all dogs, and especially Pitbulls these days. It only takes a few bad PEOPLE to ruin the reputation of such an exceptional breed of dog. I have a major softspot for all bulldogs. I think they are great!:tounge_out:

    Those dang dogs will chew up anything!:smile2: Remember when Kasha ate a lightbulb? Luckily, she grew out of that, and only chews on her toys. There is light at the end of the tunnel. The more you exersize them, the less they chew and dig too, but that means we have to exercize with them.:confused2: Anyyways, thanks for your comments!:big_smile:
     
  5. Mi11er

    Mi11er New Member

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    That is such a cute dog:big_smile:, It is too bad that someone would train a dog like that to fight.:confused2::confused2:
     
  6. mandisue13

    mandisue13 New Member

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    CAN I HAVE HER?

    You have a dog named Heywood...dare i ask that he is named after Heywood Banks?
     
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    Nice looking pup.:cool2:
     
  8. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    What's up Mandisue?! No, you can't have her. Sheila has already tried. In fact, she almost brought her home without my knowlege lol. See, Sheila and Sara both have had dogs with those "moo moo" markings before, and are always on the lookout for dogs that look like dairy cattle.:smile2: Sent you a rep to tell what 'Heywood' means. Here's a pic of Heywood and Kasha for those of you who have not met them. Heywood is an old man. 13 years old I think.
     

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  9. Cheryl

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    Matt,

    The Dazy pics remind me of 'Petie' on the Little Rascals shows. Cutie.

    Y'all have a good weekend.
    Cheryl
     
  10. teaysvalleyguy

    teaysvalleyguy New Member

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    Congrats on the new puppy, hope she pees outside more then inside. lol
     
  11. catfishtonyd

    catfishtonyd New Member

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    Thanks for sharing. I love dogs better the people and I like people. I have three dogs and they sure make my life interesting.
     
  12. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    LOL! She just comes to visit occasionally. She belongs to a friend, so we can spoil the snot out of her, and send her home. So far, she hasn't peed in our house. Usually, that's the first thing pups do when they enter a new place is squat and pee, but not her. I think she's doing very well with house training.
     
  13. rebelzgrl76

    rebelzgrl76 New Member

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    sweet

    That tail oughta be docked. She has pretty markings.

    Thanks for sharing, Id have ball with her!:big_smile:
     
  14. Catgirl

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    I can see why they're on the lookout. I agree with Amy, those are some good looking markings IMO. Think she's a l'il too old for tail docking. It seems that people are doing much less of that these days, and also foregoing the ear clipping. Maybe it's a good thing. Thanks for the pics of Heywood and Kasha too, the big babies :big_smile:.
     
  15. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    Matt thanks for sharing pics of your new dog. Their cute when small.:smile2:
     
  16. kat in the hat

    kat in the hat New Member

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    Tail docking is not a typical procedure for pitbulls. Save the cosmetics for boxers lmao. I have docked the tail of one of my pups in the past, but don't recomend it for these dogs. It's best done at about 2 or 3 days old before the bone starts to develope. One drop of blood, and all is well, but again, I don't recomend doing that mainly because it's not traditional for pits. Sometimes I like the ears cropped. Like on a big burly male dog, but Dazy holds her ears prick, and they give her tons of personality. Also, pits with cropped ears are a tad more intimidating to the uninitiated. Sometimes it's the best thing to do when a dog has floppy ears, or can't hold them up to crop them because they can get a yeast infection in their ears from moisture, and ear mites are more difficult to control.
     
  17. Memphis_Catfish_King

    Memphis_Catfish_King New Member

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    great lookn pup thanx for shareing
     
  18. postbeetle

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    Some of the nicest dogs I saw in my practice were pitbulls. A dog is only as mean as it's owner. You got a mean dog, you got a crazy owner. I at the end of my practice years refused to crop or dock dogs. Pi##ed people off, but I dind't care. you have a nice dog, and more importantly the attitude to take care of one. Thank's John
     
  19. bwhupp

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    You got a mean dog, you got a crazy owner.







    Must have some mean dogs, eh beetle?
     
  20. postbeetle

    postbeetle New Member

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    I mentioned that some of the nicest dogs were pitbulls. Some of the worst dogs were pitbulls, and that's because of the owners. You don't seem to be in that category.

    However, some of the worst or most ignorant people I have met are just that way because they are morons. Just something mid evil about them. They probably roast their wienies on an open fire like Neanderthals.