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WRITE TO PETS, SEVEN DAYS, SUNDAY MAIL, ONE CENTRAL QUAY,GLASGOW, G3 8DA (SORRY BUT VIVIAN CAN'T REPLY TO EVERYONE) We are looking for someone to make a statue of a Dogue De Bordeaux for a friend.
Some fighting dogs have been bred from mixing a Dogue de Bordeaux, known for its massive head and powerful jaws, and Pitbull, known for its upper-body strength.
In East Yorkshire, Bonnie, a Dogue de Bordeaux, was chased around a garden by her owner wielding a stick.
Indeed, the breed to which the dog belonged - a French Mastiff or, more correctly, a Dogue de Bordeaux - is not among those with a reputation for unpredictability or savagery.
Jason Appleby, 38, attacked Bonnie, a Dogue de Bordeaux, with a long wooden pole in his garden in Withernsea, Yorkshire.
Dogue de Bordeaux Welfare rescue charity is staging a series of simultaneous dog walks on Sunday, September 22, all around the country with the North East event taking place at Riverside Park in Chester-le-Street, County Durham.
Dogue de Bordeaux Welfare rescue charity is staging simultaneous dog walks on Sunday, September 22 all around the country with the North East event taking place at Riverside Park in Chester-le-Street, County Durham.
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.