Bouncer (1999-2005)

American Staffordshire Terrier
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Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Punkinface, Muttflap, Bum, Reg name BISS AKC/UKC CH Gaffs Meet the Bouncer OFA DNA

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:

August 8th 1999

People, snuggles, dog shows, food, toys (especially his beloved "mr. frog", his doggie friends

Not so fond of being crated

Favorite Toy:
stuffed frog

Favorite Food:
Loves meat

Favorite Walk:
anywhere I'm walking

Best Tricks:
um, sit - he was a wonderful one trick wonder

Arrival Story:
Bouncer was my first AKC show dog. I bought him on a co-ownership and he was supposed to live with his other owner and I was just supposed to show him. He came to stay with me for one month and nearly 4 years later, he remains. I never knew he'd capture my heart like he has

Besides being a wonderful companion, Bouncer has earned his championship in both the UKC (as an American Pit Bull Terrier) and the AKC (as an American Staffordshire Terrier). He surpassed even our expectations winning a specialty show from the classes... he is now BISS AKC CH UKC CH Gaff's Meet the Bouncer OFA DNA and we're currently working on hitting the obedience ring

Forums Motto:
He loved the world with all his heart

I've Been On Dogster Since:
January 24th 2004 More than 13 years!

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IvyCindy LouEnvy
C.J.JoeyChewy (1991 -
May 2006)
Odie (1987 -

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Goodbye my sweet boy

Goodbye My Sweet Boy

July 17th 2005 3:27 pm
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May 24th, 2005 Bouncer went to the Rainbow Bridge. He was just shy of six years old. Bouncer had a genetic heart condition called SAS (Sub Aortic Stenosis). We knew his life would be shortenened by it but had no idea he would go so soon. He had a very happy last day and I had no incling that it would be his last. He simply fell over, had a seizure and was gone within a matter of seconds. It was devastating to see but for him his death was quick and painless and for that I am grateful. The hole left in our lives by his death is huge and you wouldn't think a house with 8 dogs still running around in it could feel completely empty but it does. Bouncer was the sweetest dog I ever had the pleasure of meeting. He truly loved everyone - people, cats, dogs - even other intact males. He was so sweet and changed many people's opinions of what a "pit bull" was or should be. He made his mark in the show ring and I will forever fondly remember the travels he and I took on the show circuit and his antics that made everyone just laugh and smile. I will most fondly remember him not as a champion show dog but as my friend and little baby pooch. I hope it is true that we will one day meet again because heaven wouldn't be heaven without him there with me. Rest in Peace my sweet, sweet boy, you were and always will be loved more than words could ever say...

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