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24 September 2009
This just in from a concerned reader ...
The kenel where I got both my dogs had several dog cancers in their bloodlines and feel it was due to insect spraying. They have stopped this practice.They have a 3 legged bullterrier!! Born that way. Less than a year old. Interested??
I understand he is the brownish red color, under 1 year old, male standard bull terier (NOT a pit bull) born with 3 legs and, as far as I know otherwise healthy but needs a family instead of a kennel setting. The birth defect concerns me because of the cancer history in several of their dogs. The kennel is Tavistock Bull Terriers in Squaw Valley, CA. Cynthia & Norman Everard, 559 338-0849.