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BamaDawgBamaDawg Posts: 2,476 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

As some of yall may remember, about a month ago I posted that we had to put our Bulldawg down due to old age. Well this weekend I get a call about a family that had one and was thinking about getting rid of her. I call the number I had been given and asked if I could come by the next day. They agreed. It was a 3hr drive. I got there and saw that they were keeping her outside during the day while at work. Well after some negotiations, I finally got them to let me take her. They were not bad people, just not bulldawg people. Well, we had to give her two baths yesterday (fleas). Today we took her to the vet. She tested positive for hook worm. We got her all her shots, heart worm pill, a pill for fleas. This is her crashing in the man room at the house.

PSA: If you know anyone thinking of getting a bulldawg, please make sure that they understand the special requirements and costs that it takes to raise one.


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