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What a little cutie :love:

Squuuuuueeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee indeed . :thumbsup:

Big congrats to you & Pele, Bully. That's a great achievement.

:D

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Bully   

Big congrats to you & Pele, Bully. That's a great achievement.

:D

Pele is a star!!!! :thumbsup:

:thanks:

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Mim   

Congratulations Bully and Pele :thumbsup::clap: :clap:

Well I suppose I should update my search with a photo of our new puppy, introducing Starstruck Ramona "Ruby"

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More pictures, please! She's beautiful!

Pele is amazing! You must be so proud, Bully!

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Pele is amazing! You must be so proud, Bully!

I am so proud of her Mim :) Pele also has 2 passes and just needs 1 more "leg" to earn her Rally Excellent (RE)obedience title :D

I :love: my gorgeous little red dog :D

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Pele couldn't give a "rat's" about all the fuss :rofl:

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She must be the most accomplished bull terrier in Australia?

My friend and I took her mini bully out today (Dovah who's in this thread). She is so lovely.

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She must be the most accomplished bull terrier in Australia?

My friend and I took her mini bully out today (Dovah who's in this thread). She is so lovely.

There's another bully called Luna in FNQ equally as accomplished with a CD, RN and agility titles :) Bull Terriers CAN be trained :D

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Jeremy34   

Hi everyone :)

I slowed down a couple of videos of my 2 1/2 year old bull terrier, and it is quite clear that she has a double suspension gallop when sprinting. I was wondering if this is common among bullies?

Her back feet come up in front of her front paws when in the contraction phase, like sighthounds do.

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I'm a bit late to the party.. but congratulations to you and Pele, Bully!!

and a huge welcome to little Ruby. Absolutely gorgeous!! :love: I'd love to see some more photos.

Thought I'd share some pics from Dovah's recent trip to the new dog park in our area..

She is quite the head turner with her bizarre running style.. more of a gazelle!

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What a gorgeous girl Dovah is! :D

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What a gorgeous girl Dovah is! :D

Thanks, Mim! Very proud of the Bully she's growing up to be :)

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Tatelina   

This is what Pele had to do -

Test 6 - Unknown Person...

The dog is required to track an unknown person for approximately 1,200 metres.

The Track will have a minimum of 5 changes of directions: one of these must be between 45 degrees and 90 degrees, the other changes of directions will be between approximately 90 degrees and 150 degrees.

Three articles must be placed on the Track.

The Track shall be crossed twice by Cross Tracks and one or two unknown persons may lay these. The Cross Tracks must be laid approximately 30 minutes after the original Tracklayer has passed.

The minimum time lapse for the commencement of the Track must be 60 minutes and the maximum 180 minutes, from the time the Track was laid.

A minimum of two articles must be indicated by the dog to obtain a Pass.

The Tracklayer or Finish Article must be found at the end of the Track for the dog to obtain a Pass.

Now on to Tracking Champion!!!

Woah... that sounds intense!!

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Tatelina   

Congratulations Bully and Pele :thumbsup::clap: :clap:

Well I suppose I should update my search with a photo of our new puppy, introducing Starstruck Ramona "Ruby"

PUPPY!!! :love:

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Bully   

and me giving an obedience demonstration for the Bull Terrier Club of South Australia at this year's Royal Adelaide Show.

Bull Terriers were one of the featured breeds at this year's Show :)

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juice   

Brilliant! they just cant take a treat gently :laugh:

I always fear I may lose a digit!

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Tatelina   

and me giving an obedience demonstration for the Bull Terrier Club of South Australia at this year's Royal Adelaide Show.

Bull Terriers were one of the featured breeds at this year's Show :)

Go Pele and Julie! You guys look great!

I LOVE how slow her reactions times can be..hahaha!

Julie: And..DROP!

Pele: "Oh yeah, that's the hand single for drop. Sure thing Human, no worries - I got this. Just gonna sit down first. Yep, I'm sitting..ok now I'll lay down... Sweet. I'm such a good dog."

Such a typical bully. :laugh: :love:

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Mim   

Bully bellies are sooooo good for rubbing!!

Does anyone on here have a bully from Speiread? Hannarjb's Dovah is; wondering if any relatives are on here!

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Pele got her 3rd Rally Obedience Excellent leg to earn her RE title yesterday. That's the 9th title that she's earned - 2 show, 2 obedience, 2 tracking and 3 rally. What a clever little girl she is :love: When the paperwork is completed her official title will be Aust. Ch & Neuter Ch Trahern Glenariff (ai) CD RE TDX :cheer:

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