tirsdag 7. september 2010

The puppies

Here are some pics of the puppies when we first visited to have a look at Bonita.

Bonita being the one attempting to jump over the fence in the first pic.

They were about 4 weeks old at the time.

mandag 6. september 2010

Visiting Bonitas parents

My girlfriend and I had the pleasure of visiting Bonitas parents this summer.
Picture is of Bonita (1 year old) and her father (3 years old).

Winters Time

These are the most recent picture of Bonita I have on the computer right now, but will upload more later.

She absolutely loves playing in the snow.

søndag 5. september 2010

Growing up

Bonita found her new bestfriend, a Dogo Canario named Tyr. Same age, only 3 days apart.

Here's a picture of them when they were both 5 months old.
I should take a new picture soon. Tyr has outgrown Bonita by far in both height and width.

onsdag 11. november 2009

My Dog, Bonita

My dog is a mix of the Bordeaux Dogge and the Rottweiler.
Named Bonita, which means beautiful in Spanish.

The perfect mix in my opinion. A great family dog, even though she'll get quite heavy.

She's easily trained and is not agressive at all.

She's 3 months old at the time, weighing 23kg.

Just look at this face..

The Bordeaux Dogge

The Bordeaux Dogge is descented from the village Bordeaux in France, from which the breed has references back to the 13th century.

The breed is referred to by some as greek-roman fighterdog, referring to the breed being used in actions of war during the greek-roman war.
The breed almost got whiped out during World War II, due to it's loyalty to the french farmers. Hitler ment it posed a serious threat to the German soldiers, but luckily a few survived and the breed has spread worldwide.

Apparently the dog was breeded for the purpose of hunting bears and guard stores. It's also known for fighting bears in ancient Rome. It has the most powerful jaw and the largest head in the caninworld.