A message I just got from a pup buyer
Posted by Brian_M on 6/10/2012, 12:42 pm
Simba rides everywhere with us in the truck. When I'm not there, he rides in the passenger seat. Well, as Don was coming home, this bull was standing right on the side of the road on the passenger side and as Don slowed down to go by it, it started pawing, blowing snot, swinging his head and acting aggressive. Simba immediately nutted up and got extremely protective and started pounding his feet on the door and biting at the window. Don opened the window enough for Simba to stick his head out and bark at him and the bull, being only a few feet away, stepped forward and shoved his nose into the window, which was opened about 10-12 inches. Don was shocked and wanted to pull away, but before he could pull away, Simba just lunged forward and instinctively clamped down on this soft, spongy nose of this bull. It must of hurt so bad when he grabbed it, it paralyzed the bull and he didn't even pull away, he just started bellowing and screaming. Don said Simba has his mouth clamped down so hard that it looked like it was almost completely closed and there was big, scuishey, pieces of nose sticking out of his mouth because it's so big. It's almost as wide as his head. He planted his feet against the door and started jerking and tugging backwards and shaking like hell as Don says, putting the boogie on. The bull just stood there paralyzed in pain and just bellowed and screamed into the truck. Don let him shake for a couple of seconds because he was in shock and then told him to stop and tried to pull him away and luckily he stopped and let go. The bull immediately pulled his nose out of the truck and ran, bucking and kicking, bellowing and screaming like a baby that just got his ass whooped. Don said it was the baddest ass thing he'd ever seen. A bull dog actually on the nose of the bull. The only thing cooler would have been if he had a video camera. Needless to say, we don't think that bull will harass our vehicle anymore. Our 7 month old puppy taught him a lesson he won't soon forget. |
Thought you would find that interesting. Wow, what a dog! He never ceases to amaze us. We hope you stay in the business for a long time because we will never buy a dog from anyone else. As a matter of fact, Coco (our big lab mix) that we love is having trouble getting up because of her hips and fattness, and when she goes, we'll probably want to replace her with a female from you.
I hope you don't get sick of hearing this but your dogs are the greatest dogs in the world and Simba never ceases to amaze us. Thank you so much.
Don & Carol
Good things come to those who wait, but great things come to those who hustle. -Brian Miller