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Dailey's Rosetta Stone aka Stony

R.I.P. 2010

My first and huge loss :( Stony came to us from Dailey's American Bulldogs in Missouri. Mr. Dailey is responsible for much of the American Bulldog bloodlines. Unfortunately Stony did not stay with us for long, and our hearts were broken for months, we were devastated. We did everything we could to keep her with us. She will remain forever in our hearts even though she was with us for a short time. She was a lovely dog, a respectful and drivy little nut. She was hyper, but a great housedog. She enjoyed running around outside with her friend Mack, she used to run around the house like a fool! We miss her so much. We honestly feel that Stony was going to be one of our most important assets to our breeding program.
 
R.I.P Stony, you were the perfect dog (April 1st 2010) Almost 2 years after, Jan 2012, I'm still thinking about you every day... 

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Urban's Gold Gun Girl aka GG

R.I.P. 2010

GG came to us from Urban's Kennel in Ohio. This little fireball was a real clown, she was an exceptional puppy. GG died at 4.5 months old, we had to euthanize her because she drank a poisonous liquid and could not be saved despite all our efforts. We loved her for the time she was here with us, and we miss her so much. She was a happy-go-lucky pup and she loved people and dogs. Nothing is the same without her. She brought us pure happiness with her clumsiness and affection. She stayed with us for only a short time but it was enough to fall in love with our little girl.
 
R.I.P. GG you were exceptional.  (Oct. 2010)

 

 

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AAA's Kingmeat aka Mack

2011

We decided not to breed him because of his conformation but he has an outstanding temperament. He's an enormous couch potatoe! He now lives with a guy in Quebec and he's spoiled rotten! 

 

 

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Bully Rascalz Full Throttle aka Dax

2012

Dax...our lovely big boy...We decided not to breed him since he wasn' very healthy. It is such a shame and it truely breaks my heart as Dax had so much potential in so many areas...This almost 100 pounds bulldog was a sleeve machine. He would have done everything to hit a sleeve or to please me. He is a very devoted dog, a happy-go-lucky beast! He loves children, loves people, and he can get along with other dogs and even other animals. We had high hopes for him... He still is an awesome dog, everyone who meets him fall in love with him! We were planning on putting more working titles on him....

 

Love you my Daxipooh, you'll always be the same in my heart, thanks for everything you brought to me.

 

 

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Dailey's My Last Serenade aka Killswitch

2012

Killswitch came to us from Dailey's American Bulldogs. Honestly, this guy had it all...He had an amazing and very intense temperament, very obedient, loved humans and children, wasnt too dominant, had heart for days and had very very great potential on the working field. He also had a beautiful headtype and the cleanest front end we've ever had on our yard. The only flaw he had was his rearend, which was bad cow hocked...so we had to send him back to the breeder to get a replacement. If we could ever have a dog like this again, I'd be more than happy. It truely broke my heart to let him go, I hesitated a long time before I made my decision, it was a hard one.

 

 

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11 Peaks Stella

R.I.P. 2012

What can I say about my hardest loss...Stella was our very first purebred female, and the first dog who made the cut here at Masterbully's. She won our very first ribbon at our very first show, she gave us our very first litter, as well as our second. She has been there from the very first day of Masterbully's American Bulldogs. One week before Stella's due date of her second litter, we found out she had lymphatic cancer. Those terrible news shocked us. But I decided we would fight together for those puppies to have a chance to live. Thats is what we did. We fought real hard, and we got those puppies healthy and sound. 5 weeks later, Stella decided it was time for her to go, now that her pups were weaned. She left us on September 10 2012. I'll always remember this day as one of the toughest day of my life. This dog gave everything she had and more. She is a prime example of devotion, of what an American Bulldog is all about. I loved her til the very end and she took her last breath in my arms quietly. Stella was one of the greatest dogs you could have ever meet.

 

R.I.P my warrior...may your story be a tribute to this exceptional breed the American Bulldog is. Mommy loves you. There is a video about her on the ''pics/videos'' page.

 

 

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Masterbully's Becoming the Bull aka Atreyu

2012

Atreyu, our very first production...a beautiful and amazingly structured dog. Atreyu now lives with his new forever family, with his sister Swagger. We couldnt be happier for him, but at the same time we are saddened that we couldnt keep him. We were afraid that he would carry some genetic defects, so we decided not to breed him, plus he was under the breed standard's weight/height for male bulldogs. He will make an awesome pet, as his temperament is second to none, very sweet and polite. He loves people, children, gets along with other dogs, is perfectly healthy and sound. He will live a spoiled life with Johanne, Daniel and Swagger.

 

 

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Bridge Creek's Original Prankster

R.I.P. 2014

We tragically lost our clown Prankster on September 9th 2014. We will never know what happened to her, which makes her loss even harder to deal with.

 

Prankster was our muscle pack, our athletic machine, our clown and our noisiest dog. I will miss her weird little barks even if they used to get on my nerves! She was a lovely female, a great mother and she was very eager to please. She has produced only 3 puppies in her life, the 3 of them are in great show homes and excel in the show ring and/or working field. They are amazing and a great tribute to her. 

 

This was a very shocking loss, she had been with us since she was a puppy, for 3 years. It is terrible and I will never forget her.

 

May you RIP my clown, the hardest will be to never know what happened to you. Mama kisses your big cheeks.

 

 

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