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07-30-2012 05:33 PM
tdw
Re: cruising with bull dogs

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Originally Posted by craigtoo View Post
What happened to the first Bullie?
Craig,
Its all in the thread somewhere but from memory there were originally two bullies but the ex boyfriend took them when he decamped. She then got herself a new one , Wallace.
cheers
Andrew B
07-30-2012 10:21 AM
smackdaddy
Re: cruising with bull dogs

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Originally Posted by craigtoo View Post
What happened to the first Bullie?
Not sure. But last I heard, Arlette had a new bullie named Wallace. She bought an Ericson 30 and sailed it down from SC to FL - and was thinking of heading out to Panama.

The chick can sail.

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/crew-w...tml#post792602
07-30-2012 10:09 AM
mepps69
Re: cruising with bull dogs

The brindle in the picture is Jawbreaker, who died suddenly at a young age from heart failure. Since we specialize in elderly, disabled and/or abused Bullies, we don't always have a lot of time with them, so we try to show them a good time while they're here. We've had several through the years. Since Jawbreaker, we've also had a neglected elderly rescue from a puppy mill and another neglected elderly rescue from a foreclosed property owner. Our last one is basically still pretty young and healthy but deaf and a great barometer--she barks in the direction of any oncoming storm starting shortly before we can see any signs of it for ourselves.
07-27-2012 08:08 PM
craigtoo What happened to the first Bullie?
07-25-2012 05:42 PM
mepps69
Re: cruising with bull dogs

So . . . I didn't get around to my real point in that last post. The reason that I--a dog-lover in southern Missouri--am even on this site in the first place is that my husband and I are preparing to move onto a sailboat fulltime with our last Bullie who also happens to be deaf. I'm not really trying to solicit advice--just wanted to see what else you all have left to throw at this topic : )
07-24-2012 09:29 PM
BayWindRider
Re: cruising with bull dogs

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Now those really were the days.

I do so hope that she is in the Caribbean somewhere, her and Wallace. Man she showed some spirit. Took everything we threw at her and came right back up, single digit proudly raised. You have to admire her spirit.
That's the funny thing about these forums. You have to have thick skin, because people will type something they would never say to someones face. Bunch of cyber bullies... Ha!

Yeah, you have to admire her spunk. Hope she comes back with some great stories. Well, and the bird flying high!
07-24-2012 09:10 PM
SEMIJim
Re: cruising with bull dogs

Holy smoke on the water, Batman!
07-24-2012 08:57 PM
tdw
Re: cruising with bull dogs

Now those really were the days.

I do so hope that she is in the Caribbean somewhere, her and Wallace. Man she showed some spirit. Took everything we threw at her and came right back up, single digit proudly raised. You have to admire her spirit.
07-24-2012 08:35 PM
Cruisingdad
Re: cruising with bull dogs

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It's almost as good as a vibrant ignore thread. If they existed. Which I'm not sure they do. Who said that?
Scary to see Pain and craigtoo... scary I tell you!!

Brian

PS You saw the smoke and came looking for fire, didn't ya!?? Trouble makers. (Snicker)
07-24-2012 08:34 PM
Cruisingdad
Re: cruising with bull dogs

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Hello everyone, I saw this thread and thought I would run something by you. I'm getting ready to do a transatlantic passage in my Catalina 27 with my two Great Danes. Has anyone tried it before? If you have any advice I would appreciate it.

Please note the sarcasm...
Two great Danes is fine. Three, well, I would be concerned.

Brian
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