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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    The pups look great. Mums a bit ragged though.
    She's hanging in there. These Bangkaew are a tough breed. I think my male is perhaps maybe one chromosome away from being a Wolf.

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    Sought out your thread, Booners. As you know, I'm not a huge fan of breeding dogs, but those pups were soooo cute! Any pics of what they all look like now? Your male is stunning btw

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    Nice lot Boon, Wife tells me our neibour has 1, He's famous for biting a few of the Locals!

    Mums do look a bit ragered after the birth but happy its all over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by November Rain View Post
    Sought out your thread, Booners. As you know, I'm not a huge fan of breeding dogs, but those pups were soooo cute! Any pics of what they all look like now? Your male is stunning btw
    I'll get a pic or two posted later today of the three dogs. I'm not a 'breeder' myself but borrowed a friend's Bitch for my horny male who was trying to hump everybody's leg!

    The result 2 months later was a litter of 8 pups - 7 female, 1 male. The mother was returned to the owner with 5 of the pups - we kept two of the Bitches who are 6 months old and just spade a week ago. Stitches come out today.

    A note on Vet Bills - very affordable here in Thailand. 2K Baht for surgery for both dogs. And shots are cheap here too.

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    This type of dog just keeps biting, its not controllable, a friend of mine has a couple and he keeps having to take people to hospital for a dog bite wound wash out,
    that what people tend to do in my area, if your dog bites me for no reazon, you have to take them to hospital and givem a gift. typically 200.300 quid.
    personally i have a german shepherd bitch, at the moment she is ready to shag but i cant get a boy around here,
    Sorry about me horrible speling

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    My biatch is coming into heat. There is a skinny toy poodle in the moo bahn who is trying to squirm through the fence to get to her. If he did get in I doubt he could get his little willy high enough to mate my Bangkaew but if I catch him en flagrante delicto I will punt his skinny ass down the soi.

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    Back from the Vet and stitches out.

    This is Wandee, the larger of the two Bitches.



    Dad was happy to see his two girls out of their bandages and cages. Had to keep them out of the water for the past week so they've been locked up pretty much 24/7 except for brief walks around the property on a leash.

    Dad showing his affection by mouthing Wandee. Pai Nai looking on:



    Happy puppies!


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    They are really beautiful, Booners and look very happy!

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    Lovely looking dogs in great condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boon Mee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    The pups look great. Mums a bit ragged though.
    She's hanging in there. These Bangkaew are a tough breed. I think my male is perhaps maybe one chromosome away from being a Wolf.
    Jackals were crossed in to make that breed. Our toy poodle gave birth last month, and I was the midwife. 3 puppies only, but all of them extraordinary large. Now 3 weeks later they are already beyond a pound each. She's white, our male poodle is white, but all puppies are pitch black. I'm puzzled. They shagged a number of times in the house, when we let them outside we always supervised them, and never saw another dog even come close. Gotta read up Mendel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    awesome looking dogs. looking to get a 'play pal' for our pug as he seems a bit lonely all on his own. i want a dalmatian but it's probably expensive and too big for our place.
    Not only that dalmatians are damned lively blighters - don't stay stay still for a minute.
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    We have one also and he is very good natured though he is at the teenage stage and very playful. I like the color selections you have there as ours is plain tan color. Good dogs I believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ossierob View Post
    We have one also and he is very good natured though he is at the teenage stage and very playful. I like the color selections you have there as ours is plain tan color. Good dogs I believe
    Don't leave flip flops or sandals outside until the dog is over a year old as they will chew them up. Bangkaew also like to dig - can't break them of that so try to segregate a part of the yard he can root for termites or whatever they like to dig for.

    The playful aspect of the Bangkaew is one of their main characteristics. Not backing down when outnumbered in a fight too. My big male got into two 'scraps' the other day when I was out with him in the Moo. One time up against 4 other dogs his size and three more later on in the run.

    It's impossible for me to pull him away from these 'Mow-Hoo's' (fights) - he's too strong now.

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    can i ask where to get cage like this or do you have blueprints

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexternongkhai View Post
    can i ask where to get cage like this or do you have blueprints
    In the pet section of any of the big bangkok markets, JJ, Suan Luang 2 etc.

    If steel framed dont buy unless you know its been undercoated/rustproofed.

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    any shop online ? i dont stay near bangkok

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