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I currently live with an eclectic mix of a bullmastiff, rottweiler cross and a doberman x dogue de Bordeaux x American bulldog," laughs Caroline, who is also a dog warden in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Update: Hooch the Dogue de Bordeaux popped in to see us last week.
According to the Daily Star, the 29-year-old bought her intimidating Dogue de Bordeaux Denzil to protect the family last year following the revelations about her illicit eight-year affair with footballer brother-in-law Ryan Giggs.
I AM writing in connection with the article in the issue of December 11 about the two Dogue de Bordeauxs attacking a chihuahua.
Kennels manager Fiona Hope, 46, looked after the prize-winning dogs, which include Rottweilers, Dogue De Bordeaux and a German Shepherd.
A Rottweiler and a Dogue De Bordeaux were discovered in the field of 10 sheep when owner John Shrubsall went to tend them at 7am yesterday morning.
Hooch, a rare Dogue de Bordeaux breed, causes havoc in Turner's neat and ordered life, but eventually wins him over and helps take on the baddies.
A breed only recently recognized by the Westminister club -- the Dogue de Bordeaux or French Mastiff -- will be joining the fray for the first time next week.