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Just got some new pics of my lil boy, doing well and terrorizing O'Klassic Kennels LOL....nah just kidding - these dogs are ALL drivey and full of fire like this hehe.

Looks like he's found a new playmate at his breeder's place - O'Klassic's Shyanne. They are the same size but she is many months older than he. Just shows how big he's gonna get. I am definately putting my money on him reaching 40 pnds - the higher end of the OBB spectrum.

Anyhow, here's the pics - glad he's enjoying his time away from me even though I'm sure he misses the one on one time we had. He'll get it back again though :wink:




Peeing like a big boy now lol :lol:














 

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My guess would be that there is a lot of maintance in that tiny body :lol: He is cute, I love a dog with some spunk :D
 

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OrsonDogge said:
Those are so terrific looking! I dont know why the boston bulls arent
more popular, what great dogs!
They are awesome dogs! Crazy lil boogers. Big dog mentality in a compact body. Q's already taller than his dam, he's going to be a big boy! His sire is really thick too - O'Klassic's thickest male, will be interesting to see how he finishes once he fills out.
 

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angie7349 said:
My guess would be that there is a lot of maintance in that tiny body :lol: He is cute, I love a dog with some spunk :D

Yeah for years these dogs were bred only for one purpose - as a small farm-utility animal. They were used to hunt and kill small game around the farm (rabbits, etc) as well as small-game retrieve-to-hand. They are not a toy-breed, but they are great alternatives to Boston Terriers because they are free of the BT's health issues and are also a lot more athletic. A little more dog in these guys than in BT's, as you can see hehe.

I don't have a photo of Q's sire on hand (O'Klassic website is down atm) but I have one of their 2nd largest male to show how they look fullgrown. He's almost 40pnds.

O'Klassic's Ryder

 

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He looks great. Looks like that little lady isn't taking any crap from him either! LOL :lol:
 

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Yeah he's definately having fun with his little hoochie over there (shyanne). That's who he's paired up with now when he gets let out, but its just too difficult for a breeder to give any one specific dog of theirs the one on one attention that they would get in a household with fewer dogs - and that's what Cathie thinks he is really missing now - the one on one time he had with me. Makes me a bit sad for him but I know once I get settled in at the new job and new place (once I find the proper place) then he should be able to re-join me.

I know he's in good hands but he's definately got a lot of competition for attention with all the other dogs there.

PS: Trina - I'm surprised you knew nothing about my move + new job :shock: being a mod n all LOL
 
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