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Dogue de bordeaux

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"He weighs about 45 lbs. in this picture and is growing by the minute! He has a great temperament, very friendly and curious. He is super confident and will head into the unknown without fear. He is not aggressive at all but he is very stubborn and tends to push the “pack order” often. I have tried to be as consistent as I can be with my training and with demonstrating that I am the pack leader.

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French Mastiff: Dogue de Bordeaux The Dogue, like all modern members of the mastiff family, is descended from the earlier bear fighting, boar hunting, and war dogs that have lived with people since at least the time of the Roman Empire. At one point there were three variations of French Mastiff; the Dogue is the result of a standardizing of breeding of French Mastiffs. The first standard for the breed, Le Dogue de Bordeaux was published in 1896.

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Dogue de Bordeaux

BRONZANTIQ Contact : Natasha Smith & Joshua Currey Location : Ipswich QLD Ph : 0425 408 493 We have a gorgeous 3yr old female available to a loving pet home. Now that her show career has finished, we hope she can retire to a family home who can give her all the love, attention and cuddles she deserves. . .

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Dogue de bordeaux breeders nj

dogue de bordeaux breeders nj It is important that you thoroughly research the characteristics of the Alaskan Malamute ! Alaskan Malamute is not for everyone! Beautiful and cuddly as they are, the Alaskan Malamute is as head-strong as it is intelligent. Training and socialization is a MUST and should be commenced at a young age! Please refer to the page entitled "About the Alaskan Malamute" for additional information.

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DDBSA National Show

DDBSA Nationals is almost upon us.   Unfortunately we will not be able to make the long trip to Portland, OR to exhibit this year and will be enthusiastically rooting for our “Granddaughter” Seraphs Maggie Thatcher from home. We will also be waiting to hear if we were honored with awards; still pinching ourselves after 2014 Nationals. Last year we were honored with an amazing 4 awards from the DDBSA and a 5th award, Junior Handler of the Year, to our GCH Heartstrings Kronos and his “mama” 12-yr.

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Dogue de Bordeaux

dogue de bordeaux Dogue de Bordeaux Temperament The Dogue de Bordeaux, or DDB, guards their masters and homes fanatically. They make excellent guard dogs, but do not attack without reason. They are reserved and wary with strangers, so it is important to socialize them when they are young. They will bark when someone new approaches your property, but they are usually not problem barkers. When they are not protecting you from impending harm, they are gentle, even-tempered, patient, and calm.

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Dogue de Bordeaux

Common Nicknames: French Mastiff, Bordeaux Mastiff, Bordeauxdog Biting Statistics Users Say Showing 1 - 8 of 8 reviews By: Michael Guerrero | 5 / 5 | 14 months ago My DDB is an amazing dog. She is great with our child and other animals (she doesn't mind other animals but will only eat their food). In the movie "Turner and Hooch", they make the breed to be a over glorified drooler but like any dog after drinking water they will drool and especially after play.

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Allevamento dogue de bordeaux

allevamento dogue de bordeaux Primary navigation Dogue de Bordeaux The Dogue de Bordeaux is a short, stocky mastiff with a massive, heavy, broad head. Built somewhat low to the ground, the distance from the ground to the chest is less than the distance from the bottom of the chest to the withers. The head is a very important feature when evaluating this breed. When measured at its broadest point, the perimeter of the skull for males should be approximately equal to the dog’s height at the withers.

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Dogue de Bordeaux

vineyard dogue de bordeaux General conformation Dogue de Bordeaux is a well balanced, muscular and massive dog with a powerful build. The Dogue's size should come mostly from width and muscles, rather than height. The breed is set somewhat low to the ground and not tall like the English Mastiff. The body of the Dogue de Bordeaux is thick-set, with a short, straight top-line and a gentle rounded croup. The front legs should be straight and heavy-boned.

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Training a dogue de bordeaux

training a dogue de bordeaux Re: What size crate for dogue de bordeaux Re: What size crate for dogue de bordeaux Re: What size crate for dogue de bordeaux i have a 54 inch crate. i personally have the wire kind. but i hate it. plus, i suggest zip strapping all the seams if you do go for metal as brody plowed through the side of the crate one day. broke through like nothing. but now that its zip strapped he cant. or just save yourself the trouble and get a plastic one.

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