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Old 12-06-2007, 06:03 PM   #3
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No Brita my Bulldog now gone used to sit down and give a long sigh, just their way of letting it out. They breath so differently than other breeds it is often hard in hot weather for them to do so at all. She stayed in air most of summer, quick walk or run and back in. She sighed alot just on her own, just a way of relief I feel. Knowing her as well as I did for near 11 years she was very happy, loved to play, just nothing to it, do not worry he is not bored.
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