Bull Terrier Reunion

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A special walk to celebrate the rescue of 110 Bull Terriers by the RSPCA last year will take place on Saturday at Centenary Lakes dog park in Caboolture.. The dogs were living in appalling conditions and the owner of the property was prosecuted

The walk has been organised by 110 and Friends group and approximately 40 bull terriers have indicated they will attend.

“We are gathering near the dog park Centenary Lakes Caboolture, entrance Via Elliot street, from 9-11am Saturday  30th November, “ said organiser Leanne De Lamour.”We will promptly set off for a walk around the parklands at 9:30am and after that a presentation will take place to those Bull terriers attending and a chance for people to see how  well they are doing. We are having some fun and games as well as cake for the rescued Bullies who attend.”

If you follow the link below you will find “before” footage of the dogs when they were seized.

https://www.rspcaqld.org.au/blog/breaking-news/bull-terriers-rescue-court-outcome

 
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