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    mooo...wooh hoooh! schrackman's Avatar
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    Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    The biggest head I've ever seen on an English Bulldog!!
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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    Are you sure that's an english bulldog? Hard to tell but it looks like a american pitbull terrier to me.

    Any more images Ray?
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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    I agree it doesn't look much like an english bulldog to me either. The snout is just much too long. Paul - do you like bulldogs ?
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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    I love rare breed mastiff type dogs and have owned a few(Tosa inu, neopolitan mastiff, dogue de bordeaux, pitbulls and bandogge which is pitbull/neo mix)
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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    here's my buddy Tonka - My in-laws have 3 bulldogs and my brother has 2 boxers

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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    I thought it was a pit too, but the owner said bulldog. he was a sweetie, by the way, as are most dogs like this who are given the proper upbringing. Even pits will be sweethearts if they aren't raised to fight.

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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    Then that is an AMERICAN BULLDOG It looks a bit pitbull like(as some do), but the muzzle is too wide for a pure APBT.

    America bulldogs usually range from 60-80 pounds , but John D Johnson makes some well over the 100 lbs mark(120-150). Take one of them and interbreed for size and voila..... Non huge headed, yet large american bulldog.

    http://www.johndjohnsonkennels.com/
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    Re: Thought Paul might appreciate this...

    Quote Originally Posted by paulnj
    Then that is an AMERICAN BULLDOG
    Then I will agree with you. She probably did say American bulldog but for some reason I heard English.

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