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are there any english bull terriers in perth

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are there any english bull terriers in perth

Postby grimsby AL » Mon 2 Jan 2006 20:05 GMT

Im in the process of sortin visas and stuff so my family and i can move to perth , i was hoping there might be some terriers out there so that mine wont be lonely ,any help with pet travell ideas would be great thanks
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Postby SSue » Mon 2 Jan 2006 22:23 GMT

Hi Al, and welcome to BE.

I know that Perth is a very nice place, as I've been there to visit a few times. Other than that, I can't say.

I would imagine though, that if your dog is very sociable, like mine is, it won't care whether it's mates are the same breed or not. :lol:

Good luck with the plans, hope they all work out for you.

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Postby lholmes » Wed 1 Mar 2006 12:16 GMT

Hi there

airpets.com will be able to help you sort your pets travel and quarantine. You never know, in the quarantine process, your little terrier might meet the love of his or her life! :oops:

Cheers and good luck!
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