Banter Bulldogge Dog Names in Pop Culture
One thing that the Banter Bulldogge excels in is the event of Weight Pulling. The Pulldoggies Kennels have been breeding champions since 1999. The Banter is perfect for this sport with their powerful build and athletic prowess. With a willingness to please and the energy to compete, the Banter Bulldogge has it all. This breed is the result of the recreation of the late 1700's Brabanter Bullenbeisser of the Belgium and Dutch territory of Brabant. One of our spotlight dogs is Tangi, a female who is an amazing weight puller; she has pulled 1940 pounds, or 48.5 times her body weight. Ever keen to please, she puts her heart and soul into everything she does whether it be weight pulling, varmint hunting or just having family fun. You can tell when she gets excited because she gets the wiggles when she is happy.
Leo the Lionhearted is one of Pulldoggie's foundation studs and was their first dog to compete in weight pulling. He has also excelled in Irondog competitions against American Bulldogs. Solid, muscular and still good looking at 14 years of age, Leo can boast he is Sire, Grand Sire or Great Grandsire to every dog that the kennel has produced. He is affectionate and loyal and just loves to swim - he is first in and last out when in the water! But more than anything he loves getting attention from anyone.
The Pulldoggies Kennels produce adorable Banter Bulldogge puppies, who are healthy and raring to go. They also offer training classes that will teach you the right way to begin your dog's career in weight pulling. The right training can make or break a dog in this sport. For a young dog, there are some basics which are important to learn. Where do you start? You start with a young Banter Bulldogge and get them used to the harness early in life. Then, you start training them to pull lightweight items to get them used to the process. These dogs are intelligent, and before you know it, they will be towing whatever they can around the yard. It pays to get a few lessons from a professional before these superstars hit the competitions. Always be kind and praise your dog well, and who knows, we may see your Banter Bulldogge competing against Leo or his offspring in the near future.