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American Bulldog X Great Pyr guard and family dogs for sale

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I still have puppies for sale.  Not so much puppies anymore, I guess, as they're almost 6 months old.  $75.

Midget


Smaller and leaner than the rest, I think she'd be an excellent fly ball dog.  NOT SUITED TO LIVE OUTDOORS IN THE PRAIRIES.  She ended up with her dad's coat.  Friendly, likes kids and people, smart and quick to learn.  If it runs, she follows.  Guineas are fun, because they fly but are uninteresting when on the ground.

Monster


Large and muscular dog with a thick, short-medium length fur.  Excellent and gentle with children and interested in new people, could be a great family dog if you choose.  Interested in birds, so must be watched and trained or restricted from the bird run, has never tried to attack but does follow them closely, I am working on this.  Plays with the goats.  I believe her coat will be suited to cold weather.


Johanna "Jo"


To the right home only, must come on farm and meet and spend time with her.  She is very wary of new people but will come around on her own, but must be given the opportunity.  I would suggest that she doesn't go to a home with young children, or, if she does, that they are children that respect an animals space until she is settled in.  If you're interested in Jo, I will grill you moreso than on the other dogs as she needs the right owner to shine.  I believe her coat will be suited to cold weather.  Great with goats, hasnt showed interest in birds.




Please tell your friends about these beautiful dogs.


A picture of Mom and Dad:


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coopslave

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Attractive dogs Sweetened. Jo is very much like my female. I consider my girl conservative. She needs to be ignored by new people until she considers them ok. She is a one man show. She likes hubby, but I am her world and she knows where I am and what I am doing all the time. She is very sensitive and needs very little correction. I just have to feel upset with her and she knows. I like dogs like this, I don't like the ones that don't respect personal space and love everyone.
I find these dogs are also sensitive to livestock and make great protectors. I know my girl would charge in without hesitation if me, the cat or the chooks were compromised.

If there is someone out there that is sensitive themselves and would like a one in a lifetime dog I suggest you look at Jo. You may find she changes the way you look at dogs forever.

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coopslave wrote:Attractive dogs Sweetened.  Jo is very much like my female.  I consider my girl conservative.  She needs to be ignored by new people until she considers them ok.  She is a one man show.  She likes hubby, but I am her world and she knows where I am and what I am doing all the time.  She is very sensitive and needs very little correction.  I just have to feel upset with her and she knows.  I like dogs like this, I don't like the ones that don't respect personal space and love everyone.
I find these dogs are also sensitive to livestock and make great protectors.  I know my girl would charge in without hesitation if me, the cat or the chooks were compromised.

If there is someone out there that is sensitive themselves and would like a one in a lifetime dog I suggest you look at Jo.  You may find she changes the way you look at dogs forever.

Well said, Coopster, I strongly agree. The problem comes, in dogs like these, when people don't understand that you can't force them into socializing. Younger children, especially those who don't respect an animal's space and insist on tugging, pulling or prodding, can really damage a dog like this and make them snappy and prone to lunge. That said, however, a child who is respectful, ignores the dog and doesn't corner them would find a loyal companion for the rest of her life. She'd surprise them one day with a lick on the hand or suddenly romping up to play. She is muscular and powerful, and like coopster mentioned, very in tune with the emotions of those around her. I had a rough night last night and was irate when I was trying to get the dogs back in the kennel -- she wouldn't get anywhere near me because she knew the mental state I was in. A dog like this is different than any other, a little frustrating initially, but a tighter bond than you can ever know without having experienced it first hand.

Jo is definitely my favorite out of the bunch which is why I'll fight for the right home for her. I'd love to keep her, and, frankly, I'm still considering it, but Lola will need to be rehomed if that's the case. 5 dogs is too much here, let alone 7.

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A few updated pictures










Lastly, this is Hannah. First sold, second returned =/ They found out their son was allergic so, brought her back over the weekend. HIGH energy dog, very thick coat. Not prone to barking or whining, kennel trained and good in the house, just filled with energy.


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Sweetened wrote:
coopslave wrote:Attractive dogs Sweetened.  Jo is very much like my female.  I consider my girl conservative.  She needs to be ignored by new people until she considers them ok.  She is a one man show.  She likes hubby, but I am her world and she knows where I am and what I am doing all the time.  She is very sensitive and needs very little correction.  I just have to feel upset with her and she knows.  I like dogs like this, I don't like the ones that don't respect personal space and love everyone.
I find these dogs are also sensitive to livestock and make great protectors.  I know my girl would charge in without hesitation if me, the cat or the chooks were compromised.

If there is someone out there that is sensitive themselves and would like a one in a lifetime dog I suggest you look at Jo.  You may find she changes the way you look at dogs forever.

Well said, Coopster, I strongly agree.  The problem comes, in dogs like these, when people don't understand that you can't force them into socializing.  Younger children, especially those who don't respect an animal's space and insist on tugging, pulling or prodding, can really damage a dog like this and make them snappy and prone to lunge.  That said, however, a child who is respectful, ignores the dog and doesn't corner them would find a loyal companion for the rest of her life.  She'd surprise them one day with a lick on the hand or suddenly romping up to play.  She is muscular and powerful, and like coopster mentioned, very in tune with the emotions of those around her.  I had a rough night last night and was irate when I was trying to get the dogs back in the kennel -- she wouldn't get anywhere near me because she knew the mental state I was in.  A dog like this is different than any other, a little frustrating initially, but a tighter bond than you can ever know without having experienced it first hand.

Jo is definitely my favorite out of the bunch which is why I'll fight for the right home for her.  I'd love to keep her, and, frankly, I'm still considering it, but Lola will need to be rehomed if that's the case.  5 dogs is too much here, let alone 7.
 
 
 Jo sounds just like my son ... hee hee

Beautiful dogs Sweetened!

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Jo sounds like my Maremma.  He doesn't like to be approached by strangers, and will back away, but if you ignore him he will come and nudge your hand to be petted. He and I are very much in love.

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Monster has gone to her new home.

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