American Bulldog

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American Bulldog

American Bulldog
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Hi everyone3 months agoAmerican Bulldog
Paula's Little Sweetheart1.3 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New titles (AKC)3 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Registering a dog3.1 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Adding generation to Ped.3.2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New Here3.6 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Adding an APBT to AB pedigree4.2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Mississippi4.2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Another great weekend of Agility4.3 years agoAmerican Bulldog
First AB to ever Acheive the Barn Hunt champion title of GRATCH4 years agoAmerican Bulldog
When is too soon to breed?4.6 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Fury's first conformation show.4.7 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Condolence for Al Walker4.8 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Registration Problem5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Pigmentation5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
picture upload problem5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New puppy5 years agoAmerican Bulldog
New title in the mail!5.2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Presenting my new puppy!5.2 years agoAmerican Bulldog
Cost of ofa tests5.6 years agoAmerican Bulldog

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