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TheBeardedOne
post 16th Jan 2012, 8:36 pm
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Posted on behalf of Mid Lincolnshire & Lincoln RSPCA

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[b]Bruce is a three year old Dogue De Bordeaux.

He's a beautiful boy with a gentle nature which is surprising for his size.

Bruce is a strong and sturdy lad.

He adores a cuddle and a back scratch!
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TheBeardedOne
post 30th Jan 2012, 6:48 pm
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Bruce is still looking for his forever home sad.gif
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post 9th Feb 2012, 10:37 am
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He's gorgeous DDB is on my wish list wub.gif but OH says no more mad.gif
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post 9th Feb 2012, 2:30 pm
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Hi,
we are a family of three, we have a little girl who will be three in August. We are looking for a family dog now we feel our daughter is old enough to play nicely. We did try a year ago, but I regretfully had to give the dog back after trying to settle our daughter with the dog, but she was obsessed and the dog never got any rest, and so for the dogs sakes it was the kindest thing to do. Since then she has grown enough and does not bother with dogs now, she has a bike and friends to pull and prod. I have had dogs all my life, my entire family have and so a dog is extremely important in the family make up for me, so we are now looking to complete our family.
We live in Northumberland in a large house and we have a large garden, and are also 5 minutes walk from the beach.

So the question is how is the dog with children?

We have not made our minds on what kind of dog we want, I'm not breed driven, infact my past dogs have been Boxer X, Lurcher, Mastiff, terrier X, all rescue dogs. This guy just stood out at me as a very beautiful dog who could do with a bit of a break and needs plenty of space to exercise.


SORRY, I NOW SEE THE BOY IS RESERVED, WELL DONE AND GOOD LUCK TO HIM IN HIS NEW LIFE.

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post 9th Feb 2012, 8:23 pm
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Hi,
we are a family of three, we have a little girl who will be three in August. We are looking for a family dog now we feel our daughter is old enough to play nicely. We did try a year ago, but I regretfully had to give the dog back after trying to settle our daughter with the dog, but she was obsessed and the dog never got any rest, and so for the dogs sakes it was the kindest thing to do. Since then she has grown enough and does not bother with dogs now, she has a bike and friends to pull and prod. I have had dogs all my life, my entire family have and so a dog is extremely important in the family make up for me, so we are now looking to complete our family.
We live in Northumberland in a large house and we have a large garden, and are also 5 minutes walk from the beach.

So the question is how is the dog with children?

We have not made our minds on what kind of dog we want, I'm not breed driven, infact my past dogs have been Boxer X, Lurcher, Mastiff, terrier X, all rescue dogs. This guy just stood out at me as a very beautiful dog who could do with a bit of a break and needs plenty of space to exercise.
SORRY, I NOW SEE THE BOY IS RESERVED, WELL DONE AND GOOD LUCK TO HIM IN HIS NEW LIFE.


Lincoln RSPCA (details in my first post) would be the people to speak to smile.gif
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post 28th Feb 2012, 5:23 pm
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Lovely Bruce is still looking for his forever home.
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post 27th Mar 2012, 8:58 pm
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Bruce is still waiting sad.gif

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