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Leaving south today to pick up my two new boys (and to train with Diablo for a week). Here's some new pics of one of them, Q!






This last photo was over a week ago, you can already see he's getting thicker in the leg on the photos above it.

This lil guy's pretty freggin cool, but the other boy I'm getting, man oh man, oh man oh man. He is f*(n awesome! :shock: :!: Can't wait.


PS: I'll be getting new pics of Diablo while I'm down there too. Been long over-due.
 

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Thanks, ya he's a real cutie. He's an Olde Boston Bulldogge. They are currently registered with the IOEBA. He is from O'Klassic kennels >
http://www.freewebs.com/oklassicbostonbulls/index.htm

Here's their history>
http://www.bulldoginformation.com/Old-boston-bulldog.html


Earlier (younger puppy) pics of my boy here >
http://www.bulldogbreeds.com/discuss/viewtopic.php?t=6900

These dogs are believed to be straight from the original Boston Bulldogge (upon revival of the breed, breeding stock was purchased from a farmer who kept breeding them since the early days of the breed) and have not been outcrossed. Also were known as "Round-headed Bull & Terriers", "Round Heads" and also "American Bull Terrier". They grow to about 40pnds max.
 

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Too Qt LOL I am a geek!!!!!!!! Where did you get Q from?(the name) There is a frat called Q just curious
 

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redbull said:
These dogs are believed to be straight from the original Boston Bulldogge (upon revival of the breed, breeding stock was purchased from a farmer who kept breeding them since the early days of the breed) and have not been outcrossed. Also were known as "Round-headed Bull & Terriers", "Round Heads" and also "American Bull Terrier". They grow to about 40pnds max.
I love him!! When you say "these dogs" do you mean from that particular breeder?
 

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Great pup!
I thought it would be cute to get an olde boston to go with my olde bulldogge cause they look like a mini-bulldogge. Mini in the way a big 40 pound dog compared to a bigger 75+ pound dog. 40 pounds is still a hefty powerful dog!
 
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