Welcome to the "Strictly Bull Terriers" Forum. This is a Bull Terrier Forum dedicated to all the true English Bull Terrier enthusiasts around the world.


Sharing much loved play :)
640 x 1136 - 1M
640 x 1136 - 1M
4032 x 3024 - 3M
1785 x 1820 - 827K
4032 x 3024 - 3M


  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thanks Dan ...how’s Scarlett doing? :)
  • Your welcome. 24 weeks now- 32lbs. & 14 1/2". She's a lil girl with a GINORMACE HEART!
    Saturday we went to the Dog park & there were a few dogs there a little bigger then her. She gets a lil overwhelmed from all the attention (lol). She kept hiding, but not running to me for help. No pics.... How's Moose's paw's?
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Gee I wish my boys could play with her but my boys can get a little excited if you know what I mean but it’s been great the last few days, they’re listening and behaving on the beach with other dogs so it’s been lovely to take them and I can relax somewhat.
    Scarlett will work out the big pooches in time. I loved seeing my boys play with a Great Dane the other week. Amazing how delicate they can be and my boys play really well with puppies and small dogs too. I am lucky they have a good temperament but I’ve seen Moose not get along with a couple and vice versa, so watch watch watch is always the key.
    Memphis is seven months and 18kg gotta do the conversion and moose is near the 25kg.
    His foot is a lot better as I’m using the colloidal silver orally and topically but the limp still surfaces so I’m being patient. More of a concern is the spasms (epilepsy) if I can call it that (undiagnosed) comes periodically and is a real worry. I still have to investigate this just keeping a record for the vet but am not hopeful they will diagnose anything. Doing a lot of reading up, sad stories and watching videos is heart breaking but Moose doesn’t have full blown shaking or anything, mild aura type onset but none the less it’s a worry.
    It is always after excitement and exercise, when we’re having a ball and then WTF my poor boy struggles. Sorry for the lengthy reply and language but what I can say he is lucky to have me to love and care for him through these challenging health concerns. We’ll get there Dan :)
    Enjoy your growing girl!
    640 x 782 - 264K
  • that1Boomerthat1Boomer Middletown, PA
    Some of the pics of these two remind me of professional wrestling. They want to kick each other butts and talk a lot of crap. In the end, they ride home together and stop for a drink.
  • Sara rite? I remember that pic with the Dane, they were both having fun. LOL I tell Scarlett every day how lucky SHE is to have me & my Family, LOL. I can't believe how much I love her more every day, if that's possible. Ya, when all the dogs left the park on Sat. I called her over for water & noticed She had White saliva hanging from her mouth, made her drink the water
    immediately . Scared the SH*T out of me! Thank God it was nothing. My heart goes out to Moose every time I read that he has a slight problem. I hope he out grows it! Dan
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thankyou....wrestlers wow...I thought rugby players but you’re probably right! All fake and the best of buddies putting on a show. They are really gentle with one another even if it looks rough, no crying, squealing; very quiet jostling but when they tug on a rope that’s a different story....a lot of growly talking....and when they wake up in my bed they sing/talk ever so loudly I love it
  • that1Boomerthat1Boomer Middletown, PA
    All a dog ever wants, is another dog to play with. :smile:
  • jur45jur45 australia
    And the love of their owner Boomer I hope :p
    You should’ve seen Memphis try to wakeup Moose his bum and body so excited to find Moose flaked out upside down trying licking and shaking him but Moose was so buggered he didn’t move lol it was a sight. I’m sure he was worried coz Moose didn’t move an inch
    They are such loving buddies, I’m lucky
  • that1Boomerthat1Boomer Middletown, PA
    edited April 12
    You are very lucky to have them in your life. As we all are. Sometimes McKenzie looks up at me as if you say " Is this good? Did I do good? " She is one of the most gentle souls I know. She and my wife are the reasons I feel needed. Nothing more wanted in my book.
    The next thing I want to train McKenzie on is feeling comfortable in my woodshop. She just can't deal with all the noises. She gets to look at me through the baby gate and leave when she is ready. I can't see forcing her to be where she doesn't want to be. So, she circles the yard and comes back when the bad stuff is done. lol She must think I am a brave person, taming all the monsters.
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Yes Dan Love them!

    Oh yes they do need reassurance Boomer, such emotional souls they have.
    Gosh the noise and new items take patience I know (vacuum cleaner) but when they don’t like something they make you feel guilty if you leave them and I’m home 90% of the time, there’s always someone here.
    It took me a long time with Moose getting used to the Highway as I live on this road and have to cross to get to the beach; and when the bikies ride pass :# you gotta keep a firm grip. I dread losing them on this major road as there’s no mercy if they get loose. Dogs panic. Memphis was a lot easier coz he had an older bro to guide him but holding them both is challenging.
    I have moose’s snout breathing on me whilst writing Boomer, does McKenzie take over too? I’ve got two to share with my man also :| Share the love enjoy McKenzie :)
  • Billie_TinaBillie_Tina California
    Great photos of them at the beach and playing :)
    I love how we all are so in love with our fur babies and how much joy they bring us :x
    They are all so precious
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Right on Tina, oh how spoilt they are
  • that1Boomerthat1Boomer Middletown, PA
    Hands down, Mckenzie would run around the neighborhood and down the busy street I live on. She does what she wants when she wants, unless Dad is watching. Then she looks to me as if to ask permission. But she is her own self. She takes over every project we start and has to be under our feet on every step. But if you leave her to her own devices, she make bad choices. But that is half the fun of raising an EBT. They actually have personality and be it small sometimes, a brain. The best times to get McKenzie to listen is if you involve food or place her in an uncomfortable spot. But at least we figured all this out early on.
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Well I’m still figuring it out Boomer.
    Had a bad experience of over ‘randy’ with my boys this morning lol :# it all started off great, I could see them getting over excited with the little staffy but I was having a great social time with the owner and continued my walk along the beach with her - my mistake. It just got overwhelming for my boys and what a struggle to get home. We were both going in the same direction but the strength of my boys was a challenge. I didn’t have time to stay on the beach as I had to get back home but it’s my fault for not seeing the signs early on. I have to deviate alot earlier head in a different direction so to speak, to not encounter or encourage their excitement.
    I was not happy with them once I got home :s
    But they looked at me ‘what did we do, we had a ball’ They are very good boys at home, no getting into things around the house that doesn’t belong to them and I have a heap of things they could if they were naughty. I don’t move plants, toys washing etc. they know what toys are there’s but they do love a tea towel ;)
    I am still learning how to control them and their normal growth and milestones but gee I looked ridiculous today lol.
    I’m told ‘get them fixed’ but this is a cop out not good control on my part I believe. Oh well I hope next time I will do better.
    Enjoy McKenzie and thanks for sharing your experiences :)
  • Hallo , Very nice pics !! Two weeks ago I took him to the beach and it was his first swim !
    1284 x 2778 - 16M
  • jur45jur45 australia
    What a handsome big boy he is :) you must be so proud Nick. Excellent bloodline is definitely visible here ;)
    Can he run off leash or are there too many people. Nice weather brings people . It’s Autumn here so great dog walkers/off leash and they get to play and swim contently.
    Thanks for sharing
  • No I don’t release him at the beach . When we go to the park I I let him play with other bullies B-) . By the way now the temperature in Greece is high !!it’s almost Summer. Unfortunately I cannot upload video :(
    1200 x 1600 - 539K
    1200 x 1600 - 557K
    1200 x 1600 - 606K
    1440 x 1440 - 470K
    1284 x 2778 - 17M
    1200 x 1600 - 542K
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Nick, absolutely beautiful bully’s. It’s nice when they get along. Enjoy the sunshine as I enjoy the wild windy beach n sand with my boys :D
  • Thank u @jur45, he gets along with females, with males I think there is aggression :( your bullies are amazing !
  • jur45jur45 australia
    I have to watch the ‘randy’ moments with both sexes lol but that’s normal part of growing up ;) My boys have been good with most dogs but you still have to realise this won’t be the case always as they are intact and desexed males may react to this. Your boy may be protective of you
  • jur45jur45 australia
    This is a lovely photo (I have many) of them before Xmas o:)
    They made a paper article too :)
    3024 x 4032 - 2M
    882 x 1814 - 140K
    882 x 1814 - 140K
    882 x 1814 - 140K
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Sorry for the multiple uploads : :|
  • I see your bullies are already famous :D ! Very nice pics !! They are so cute !
  • jur45jur45 australia
    Thanks Nick, I need to send in an updated pic if they’re interested. Enjoy your bully love :)
Sign In or Register to comment.