ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH AMERICAN BULLDOGS


– [Announcer] Dogumentary TV, producing the best breed documentaries on YouTube. (dog barks) (bright music) – Hi, I’m Davette Fournier
and I am a proud owner of the American Bulldog breed. I’m a small boutique breeder
here in northern California and I’ve been breeding
these beautiful creatures for 21 years. I bought my very first Bulldog in 1996. Just by happenchance, I was
looking for what I thought to be an English Bulldog and I
showed up to somebody’s house and it was this really
short English Bulldog and I was looking for, what I thought to be the English Bulldog, which is now the American Bulldogs. I had previously been a
breeder and a shower of Afghans and, I have to say, once you own one of these American Bulldogs, you’re an American Bulldog lover for life. Best breed ever, great temperaments. One of the things we loved about the breed when we first got ours
is that they are great with children but on the flip side, you could take them hiking, hunting, do many things with the breed. It was not a sissy breed
by any means (laughs). You know, at first, I just
watching them with people and family, they just are
very in tune with the human. I mean you don’t have to say anything. They just quickly are
listening and learning and following your lead. But after I owned them for
a while, I started doing a lot more studies on them
and learning a little more about them and I was always
mesmerized by the fact that you could take your
American Bulldog out wild boar hunting and
it’ll pull down a wild boar till you go there and get
it, and then an hour later, after you give it a bath, clean it up, it’ll be sitting next to your two-year-old watching TV, it just has the ability to be a working dog and have the ability to be a gentle giant. It started in late 1700s, early 1800s, and they were all called English Bulldogs and if you look at a
lot of the old paintings and the pottery back then of the breed, it looks like what we see
now, an American Bulldog. The settlers brought over the
working farm dogs with them and that’s what we now
know was named later the American Bulldog or
coined the American Bulldog by a couple gentlemen
who in the early ’60s decided they were gonna bring this breed back from extinction and that
was JD Johnson and Alan Scott. And there’s two different types, Johnson, which is a little more bully, bigger head, shorter snout, Scott, really athletic, lean,
the actual working breed. I just had the passion
for the bigger head, wider chest and I wasn’t
gonna be using them for a working breed, even
though that’s what they are. They were just gonna be my family pet and I was gonna sell them to families and I just liked the look of the Johnson. My dogs do wanna work, they have a task. They love it when you give them a task but at the same time, they’re
okay just chilling, you know? And I haven’t owned a Scott
before but just, I mean, any time you have a dog
that’s 60, 80 pounds, working dog that’s active on
the farm, you’re gonna have a little bit more
high-strung dog for sure. My husband and I have a vineyard here. We have five acres and that’s really when we picked up the breeding a little bit because living in town, we
would just had one or two. Once we moved on the
property, it allowed the dogs to be a part of all the farm work. We actually used to strap
some trailers to them and have them go up and
down with our buckets when we’d pick grapes and put
the grapes in the buckets. They liked that, the dogs
thought that was fun. But for the most part,
they get their exercise just playing on five acres. They like to fetch and do all
the things that normal dogs do and they like to sit in your lap. But at the same time,
if they see a predator, they pay attention and they bark. Oh, we get raccoons, cats, coyotes. We we first, first moved
here, lots of raccoons and lot of coyotes but
now that they’re here and walking around, the
male dogs pee everywhere, that keeps them all on
the neighbor’s property instead (laughs) of ours,
so it’s kinda nice, yeah. So on top of being our favorite pets, they are meant to be our estate guardians. They really do watch the property for us. When we’re not here, nobody better enter our property without us here. They will take care of business for sure. But their looks and their
intimidation usually keep people off in itself so we’re
pretty lucky with that. Our dogs in particularly and probably most American Bulldogs, people
that are going to buy dogs, are gonna be family dogs. They’re not going to be for
hunting and working on the farm. Most are family dogs just like our dog. They’re welcome to come in the house. Like any dog that’s your pet,
they would definitely live in the house if you let
them but no, they can come in the house but they do
like to spend majority of the daylight outside
running around, playing, being outside but at
nighttime, they wanna come in where we’re at and cuddle
on their little dog beds. Even though we have huge dog
houses with air conditioning and heating for them,
those usually get used when we’re breeding. For the most part, they like
to be inside getting the pets, being a family dog. Our daily routine of our
pets are that we wake up in the morning and there
they are waiting for us on the living room floor on their dog beds and that’s where they are
when we go to bed at night. We have fun playing with them
outside and they like to play outside but they really aren’t
meant to be left out all day. They are companion dogs,
they like to be with so I’m very comfortable. My grandchildren come around,
other children come around and they’ll play very
gentle with the children. It’s not that I’ve taught them that but they just instinctively
know how to be that but it’s important that you understand that you have a lot of
time spent with the dog to make it a social family dog. You can’t just put it in your backyard and then expect it to be social. The main rules, we start as a puppy stage with all the basic sit, lay, stay, down from jumping on people. They are quite puppy like for
longer years than most breeds. They’ll be puppy for four years so but by the time they’re a year old, they’re up to 100 pounds. You can’t have them jumping on people so our main thing is that
we teach them not to jump. We teach them to sit any time
we want to give them a treat. We don’t just give them things. They have to work and they like that. They like to work or have
a task for the reward but their main job is
really to keep us comforting and patrol the property
for, when we have a litter of pups here and we do
it, my husband and I do it ’cause we love the breed and
we will segment four months out of the year that we have
time to actually dedicate from the pregnancy all the
way through till the puppy’s eight weeks old and we spend
a lot of time with the dogs and we socialize them. It can’t be a dog that
you just put to the side and you put it in the backyard
and you don’t train it from the beginning. They actually need all
their training up front. The first six months is
crucial for how they’ll be the rest of their lives. And so in our orientation, we
go through how to give them commands and not use the
word no, for instance. Each word means something
for the dog to do. If everybody in the house,
especially have a bunch of kids and a busy family,
every saying no to the dog, the dog gets confused. These are a working breed. You can’t put a leash on their collar. They’re gonna pull and
they are extentively meant to pull weight and pull
down bulls and pull wagons and things on farms so you
have to put them in a harness that clips from the front
and not from the back. Simple things like that
that’ll make your dog nice to walk or your dog
that pulls you down the road who instinctively, if you
put something on its back back here, it’s gonna wanna pull you. Make sure that the dog
has a good foundation with the family so we’re not re-homing it. The perfect owner for any dog
and I’m gonna sell to a family would be somebody that has
children, also has other dogs, especially maybe another American Bulldog, somebody that’s owned
a Bully breed before. That’s pretty important. I won’t sell my dogs to
somebody who hasn’t owned a Bully breed that
understands their temperament and their needs. I like the dog to be with kids or with another group of dogs, like my dogs are with each
other when we’re not home. They’re not lonely so
but I won’t sell them to too many people unless they have those certain qualifications,
especially a family dog. I get a lot of people call me and say, “I wanna buy a dog and I wanna
have it be my jogging dog,” and I will tell them these
dogs can run and they can run short and fast but they’re
not long-term jogging dogs so this would not be what you would want to get this dog (chuckles)
for, so but there are people that say, “I want a protection dog. “I’m a firefighter,”
“I’m a police officer.” I get quite a few police
officer and firefighters that have these long shifts, and so, they want a dog that’s
intimidating, stays home with the family, can be with the kids but then the wife can take
it for a walk with the kids and that’s really important
for a family dog I think ’cause they are meant to protect. Well, it’s important
to socialize this breed and the reason is when
you first get them home, you do have to keep them close at home until they’ve gotten all
four of their vaccinations. There is something I teach
in my course when you pick up your puppies that between the
age of 10 weeks and 12 weeks, you must keep the environment very serene. No loud noises, no popping
of bags, slamming of doors, gunshots because this is that portion of the brain that develops. If there’s anything it scares
them in that two weeks, it sticks with them for
life but once you pass the 12-week mark, they can
be molded into anything that you want and I always tell
people, if you get your dog to meet 100 people and 200
dogs in the first years of its life, they’ll
be the most social dog you’ll ever have. They need to be socialized
from a young age and with as many people,
just meet and greet, even going out in public. They don’t necessarily
have to touch the dog or see the dog but the
dog needs to see people and consider that to be normal. The best exercise or an
activity for this dog would be, yes, walks. They’re a large-muscle dog. They need to be walked every day. We have a toy called the wolf stick, essentially a stuffed animal
at the end of a string on a fishing pole, and
you can give your dog 30 minutes of exercise in four minutes with this particular instrument. So even though my dogs
have five acres to run, we, on a daily basis,
pull out that wolf stick and spend five minutes with
each dog to get their muscles really burning because they do need that. My dogs are on a grain feed diet. This is important because any breed but especially in a large
mass breed like this where there’s a lot of muscle mass, they are carnivores by genetics. They eat vegetables and meat
so a lot of these dog foods have rice and grains and fillers in them, so our dogs only eat grain free. And Bulldogs, in particular,
are a little gassy so we don’t allow them
to have them (chuckles) to have lamb ’cause lamb makes them gassy and it’s not bad for them
but it’s sure bad for you if you’re sitting around
watching TV (laughs). So we stick to the fish and
the bison and the prairie, that type of thing. We use NutriSource but
you can use anything as long as it’s grain free
and also with NutriSource, it has 500 milligrams of
glucosamine in each serving, which is super important
for large-breed animal to have that in their joints. We, as a boutique breeder,
we have always kept only about four dogs, three
females and a male around, two males around, then
you have to kennel them and we kinda like our
dogs being pets as well as our stud dog so we tend
to keep one male around and three females, so right
now, we have two females and one male, our senior
citizen, she passed away shortly ago, Miss Fiona, who
we still have, who is seven, her mommy passed away. We have Cricket, who is now four. She’s the one that has
a two-year waiting list for her puppies already
and our dear Hank the Tank. He’s 3 1/2 years old, he’s 128 pounds. He is definitely Johnson,
he comes out of Jose Lopez, just a very well-known breeder
for 30 years, Manstoppers. Hank is got amber eyes,
he’s more of a red. We call him red and white
with amber eyes, super mellow. I’ll never forget when I got
him for the very first time. I met Mr. Lopez who had
moved here from out of state. He moved to California and
brought all his dogs with me. He had a job transfer or
his wife did or something. They were all being housed
at his friend’s horse ranch and I go there and there’s
all these male dogs in this arena, barking and barking. And I see this white dog
just sitting at the top of five tires, not barking,
not being affected by anything by the chaos and I said, I
don’t know when that dog’s gonna have a puppy but when
that dog up there on the mound, Obi-Wan, is his name, has a
dog, I want a dog from him. That’s gonna be my next male stud so that’s where Hank the
Tank comes from (chuckles). If I’m not here, he is Mr. On Guard. He’s very intimidating
looking and the girls, who are a little bit more
of a watchdog, if you will, if the girls run, he’s on it. If they’re not doing much activity, he doesn’t do much
activity but when it’s time to be serious, he’s a
pretty intimidating dog but at the same time, like I said, I could have my four-year-old
granddaughter crawling on him, riding on him, being a family
dog and they’re not even here all the time but he
just instinctively knows as soon as they get here, be gentle. Let’s talk about Miss Fiona,
we call her Princess Fiona. We actually kept her for
a very special reason. Her mom also who just recently passed away was one of our breeding females and her very, very first litter in 2009 is where Princess Fiona comes from and we knew that we wanted a male stud so we paid JD Johnson
Kennels Zak-ar to be the stud for our Malibu, which is
where Princess Fiona comes in and so she has a pretty
incredible bloodline behind her as well. She’s all white, Princess Fiona
means basically white beauty in Gaelic and white wine in
Latin and we do grow white wine in our vineyard so that’s
how she got her name. Cricket, we have Cricket, Miss Cricket. Miss Cricket is our now
leading breeding dog. She makes quite large females
(chuckles) and ironically, she’s a special gift
because her entire litter, ’cause the lady didn’t
know what she was doing, died of Parvo and she’s the only survivor. And it was just because
by chance I picked her up a little bit earlier than everybody else and had removed her from
the scene and apparently, the rest of the dogs were
there for another couple weeks and a visiting dog came onto the property and tracked Parvo and they
all were put down to sleep. So she’s the lonely
survivor so we call her a pretty special dog (chuckles). So in general, the American
Bulldog, if I could advise anybody for a family pet, I
would highly encourage you, I mean we bought our very
first one 20 years ago, 21 years ago and never looked back, absolutely the best breed you’ll ever own. I get a lot of folks
calling me on the phone and just telling me, “This is
the best dog I’ve ever owned “and I’ve owned many breeds.” They are so conducive for
family, for protection. They’re loving, they’re
strong, they are working dogs. There’s a lot of very
good things about them and that’s the reason I started breeding. I wanted other people
to have the opportunity to have this dog, this
breed in their family because they are great family dogs and I would highly encourage it. However, like with any
large breed, you need to do your homework, that’s what
my website was put there, American Bulldog Farm,
because we live on a farm, not because we’re a breeding farm but because we live on a
farm and it’s there for, there’s a lot of good information on my website and now with
social media and out there on YouTube, plenty of
information about the breed. Do your homework and make sure
it’s perfect for your family. It’s perfect for our family. We love them, they’re the best thing ever but not for everybody, yeah.

100 thoughts on “ALL ABOUT LIVING WITH AMERICAN BULLDOGS

  • I’m love American bulldogs but if you think they can take down a wild boar and then sit by you’re kids you’re either misinformed or stupid. No dog on the planet can take down a wild boar by themselves sorry. Educate you’re before you hype the breed up. Their great boar hunters but they need numbers to take down a wild boar.

  • I kept pit bulls for 30years then 6 year's ago I bought 2 American bulldogs a brother and sister Jessie and Johnson. These 2 dog's patrol my property and a bird cannot even land on it. They are fantastic guard dogs I think they will kill a intruder but they would lick me to death the girl dog Jessie is my shadow follows me everywhere and will attack any body she sees I like a dog like this. A good dog is as easy to feed as a bad one

  • I have a 8 year old American Pitbull and I’m thinking about adopting a 1 year old American bulldog to keep my aging dog moving around.

  • Awesome information. She’s dead on with what she’s telling you. I’m a proud AB owner and he’s amazing. Check the profile pic.

  • My American bulldog killed the neighbors dog.. he didn't come out from up under the house from fighting until 10:00 but he came back over to my house wagging his tail.. my doggo has some dark humor in him but now he stays on a leash he also has a fence pen to run around in also a doggie house so now this is what I get from my dog oof

  • But he doesn't look exactly like these dogs he looks like a plain pitbull but he's American bulldog I think he has both in him he doesn't have no squished face but he'd does have a butt head and he never shuts up now he would take stop barking and whining

  • As a kid my family always had smaller breeds , but in the last 8 yrs I have had my male Victorian bulldog (very similar to the American) and my female boxer and I have to say that I will never have another breed again. 80-90lb lap dogs that love the attention she are just the biggest lovers/babies ever. Love this video

  • They are for people that want to be involved, they aren’t a set it and forget it kind of dog. If you take the time to train them they are by far one of the best breeds known to man. Good luck everyone and don’t give up if you have an AB it’s worth every minute

  • My American Bulldog Farley is sitting here with me as I type and he's content chewing on his ball and laying at my feet. I have had a few dog's and loved all of them with all my heart, but Farley, Farley is a whole different dog experience. He is more like a person than a dog and he is my closest friend on the planet. Yes I know he's a dog, but he is so much more than a dog to me, he just fit's with me on a level no other animal has been able to with me. He is very active still at 5 years old but he is starting to slow down a little bit to where he isn't so excited all the time like he used to be. We walk as much as possible with my being disabled and not being able to do a whole lot of outdoor activity but I have a large yard that we play in. He won't stay in the yard without me so when I am in, he is in. These dog's are great family dog's because they are so loving if you teach them right from the start how to behave around people. I recommend having one for a person who can give them the activity they need on a daily basis and a family with a bunch of kid's who like to run and play would be perfect. My Farley doesn't get as much activity as he really need's but he seems to be fine with what I do give him which is a walk everyday except on rainy day's which he refuses to go out in. Plus play time is all day long everyday so he's a happy dog.

  • Great dogs! Confident, loving, protective, a bit needy. It’s all about how you train and raise these dogs. Proud owner of AB.

  • Just got the most beautiful boxer cross pitbull she's great does anyone know what diet she should be on she's overweight thankyou

  • Mine is named guapo he just turned a year old ans hes the sweetest dog ive ever had ive owned a few others breeds of dog's big and small but by far american bull dogs are my favorite hooked for life

  • I have a question about my bulldog. I adopted an American bulldog, and she tends to be aggressive to other dogs and other animals. Do you have any suggestions? I love to walk Charlotte every day 3,5 maybe 6 times a day. We even run around the block too. She is perfect I just want her to get along with other dogs.

  • So if a person wants a bully breed but has never had one she won't sell you one. How are you supposed to ever get a bully breed? I wouldn't go to her.

  • Best breed in the world for personal security. Ive had em all, kangal, rott, alabai, german shepard, Corso. The ambull isnt far the most effective.

  • I just got my first bulldog today his so sweet and very smart and protective of me . so everything she said is very true .

  • I have 3 of them currently 2 males one female.My hybrid is 9 years old and he still is in great shape he can run .My bully types are not of his level when it comes to endurance .

  • I grew up with American Bulldogs and I really want my son to grow up around them too! There is no other breed out there for my and I miss my dog everyday since she has passed!

  • Your dogs are a little on the fatter side. Remember these dogs are pure muscle and they gain weight fast. Johnson line are big dogs and joint problems are a big issue so you must keep them withing a height to weight ratio. Also they love to sun bathe but cant spend too much time in the sun it's bad for their pigment. They're alpha dogs so they won't listen to just anyone. My AB is 7 and already started developing some common health problems. Training can be long and demanding.This breed is not for weakminded ppl. If you think you can own one for a first time think again.

  • We need a video about what’s the best bloodline of American bulldog. I got bullforce American bulldog and would love to know the difference

  • I always wonder if my bully would kill a coyote I feel like shorty mac would tear its ass up lol

  • Love her male. He is beautiful. I’ve owned a male and female and use to breed these dogs. I had a
    Full blooded Johnson and he was a monster and really protective over my parents property and wouldn’t let anybody near my mom. I would recommend these dogs to anybody

  • why is it frowned upon for dogs to be outside lol I have boxers and people always say they're inside dogs? if you keep them inside they're lazy if you keep them outside they work and work well!

  • I purchased my American bulldog from villa Fournier. Hes the best dog ever! Hes very friendly good around little babies & kids of all ages . Ace is almost 8months now & he looks a little like Hank the tank . I believe we got his nephew . I would recomend buying an American bulldog from villa Fournier .

  • I need some advice my AB is 6 months not trained at all and has bad habits, is there still hope? And what can I do to grow him out of these bad habits, and unlock his true potential.

  • I rescued an American Bulldog a week ago from an animal shelter, he's three months old. I'm having a lot of problems with him being terrified. He was very scared at the animal shelter, but I figured I would be too if I was stuck with all those dogs so I brought him home because I thought he would relax. He was great for a day or so, but when I walked him he would get under my feet really bad and I happened to step on his paw by accident. It's been 3 days and he still really hasn't forgiven me for that. We were really close for the first few days, but I accidentally stepped on his paw and he just hates me now. I'm hoping our relationship will get back to what it was, but I'm scared he just won't forgive me.

  • i own an american bulldog and he is vicious as fuck. he is willing to kill anyone, he grew to 140 pounds of pure muscle. i had no idea when i got him that he would grow this large, absolute beast that cannot be tamed. just last month my neighbor's dog stuck his nose under my fence and my american bulldog "titus" bit his head off, literally, and the parents of my neighbors weren't home, so i had to go over there and try and comfort those kids, bloodiest scene i've ever witnessed, the entire house was full of blood and the dog didnt die right away, he was still moving and jerking like having a seizure even though his head was bitten off because it happened so quickly i mean he ripped this dogs head off in no more than 10 seconds and it was a 40 pound dog, not small at all. anyone considering one of these dogs don't do what my family did, get it trained at a young age no matter how much money you have to spend get it trained otherwise you're going to have an untamable beast that is fixated on murdering other dogs and people. he is the most caring dog inside the house, i have a handicapped baby in the house and he is more tender with her than humans are, he licks and protects her, even when he is eating his bone a baby or child can take the bone from his mouth and he will just stare and start crying LOL. he's a big fucking baby inside the house and around people he knows. but outside the house he is a vicious murderer and a killer that is unrecognizable compared to who he is indoors. we were not liable for the incident since the hole in the fence was on their side and not ours, but my goodness, he bit the dogs head off and the head was on my side of the fence, when i saw it i thought it was a halloween mask or a prank it just didint look real until i moved it with my foot and to my horror it was twitching. these dogs are extremely strong and incredibly vicious if not trained. be warned.

  • I have a bulldog/pit. I originally wanted to get another rotti. I have to say I dont think I would ever get any other breed. He is the biggest lover, so loyal, so therapeutic.

  • My family has been breeding American Bulls For 25 yrs! They are great show dog. One of our dogs placed 1st for 3 yrs in a roll. Now we are venturing on using this breed for a childs service dog! Cant wait to see this breed shine

  • Excellent breed !! we lost our boy oscar 5wks ago. In sep he would've been 15. he was the best dog I've owned. so good with people, other dogs & excellent with children. Still heartbroken but its time for another one. And yes it'll be another AB x

  • I hope your females only have 2 litter maximum and no more than 2 litters or that is ANIMAL ABUSE.  Pregnancy is hard on dogs and all females should be spayed after 2 litters maximum for their sakes.  Please tell me you retire your female Mamas after 2 litters so they can enjoy being healthy girls!!!

  • Nice lady but she’s def not a trainer. Teach your dogs young’s and they won’t pull. A dog is a dog.

    Again, her passion is great for the breed.

  • I love my Johnson American Bulldog Bella… she is 13 now and is beating cancer on her all natural olive leaf extract and a few others.. Thank God

  • 1 bit my sister on the arm yesterday in the u.k ripped her arm open it was just on the loose running around

  • I've owned my baby girl since she was 15 weeks old she's now 14 I can't bear the thought of losing her she's been the best dog ever! American bulldogs are so loyal, loving, patient, and protective!!! My ginger will be sorely missed omg just can't even prepare myself for that! Thank you for this video your so knowledgeable about this breed🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰❤️

  • These Dog's are amazing! One detail is how clean they are. They are far Smarter than people give them credit and are extremely obedient

  • How about the drive? Can he stay ok at home while I'm at work? Will he start destroying things inside the house like a Doberman or a Pitbull? Who's got the biggest activity rate, AB or Cane Corsos?

  • I have a american bulldog her name is lexi! She loves to play and plays quite rough but she is just very hyper and doesnt realize her strength. She a little over a year now and her father is….FUCKING HUGE!!! No wonder his name was brick he was big and very long (thats what she said) 😂
    She has a big of a food agression but thats because she is food driven. Like really food driven, she'll growl at my other dogs if they get to close (ik its bad so i dont eat on the couch or anywhere they are the same high level

  • Hello Mom I hope I'm not being disrespectful by calling you mom I am new breederI have a female American bulldog that is brindle and I just brought her to a male that is the color of a Mastiff I really do need your help both of my dogs are in nkc registered

  • Just got a german rottie american bulldog mix puppy.

    Hes 60lbs at 6 months and hes still super skinny. Absolute unit.

  • American Bull Dog Liver for Life

    At a few months she was obstinate to the sense of getting into the car and walking with out leashes at a young age

  • Great video I miss my bull she played with my small dogs and ran the land with my german shepherd

  • Love it I lost my Bandit about 30 years ago he was what they call a saddle back brown and white with brown pants. He was my shadow, I still have dreams about him. He died of erlickia I think that’s how it’s spelled. He waited till I was at his side and he put his big ol’ head on my lap and never woke up still a little hard. Even after all these years.

  • My first dog ( as an adult that was my dog and not my families) was a purebred .. and she was the best dog ever!!!!! Looks like I had a Scott. More lean, she was just as lazy as your type. 👍

  • A typical American story. Take something that's not yours and make it yours.
    Is anything original over there 🙂 😉

  • I love this video! I am a dog lover. My favorite breed is Bulldog. I grew up with English Bulldogs. I was diagnosed with MS at 32(now 36). I became very alienated and depressed. I decided to adopt a dog for a companion. I didn't want to adopt or get a English Bulldog Because, they can have a lot of health issues. So I decided on American Bulldog or Pitbull because they are misunderstood and not adopted out as much. Long story short, I am now a Proud owner of an American Scot Bulldog. I rescued him from a high kill shelter and he was only a year old. He is the absolute best dog I have had. He is now my service Dog!!! He was a VERY quick learner. My life is Much better with Him in it!

  • Can anybody help me ? …So I really want an American bulldog so bad there perfect for me . The only thing stopping me is i go to work for 8 hours then come home is that to long away from the dog ? It would be walked before and after work plus i have kids for it to play with allday along side myself and my partner. Also the dog would be around somebody all weekends and be really loved …just need a little help to make sure im not being cruel or nothing ?

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