Discussion in 'General Mastiff Discussion' started by Jakesmum, May 16, 2019.

  1. Jakesmum

    Jakesmum Well-Known Member

    I have been MIA on this forum for a while. I still pop on occasionally and comment, but since losing Jake I haven't been as active.

    We are currently looking at breeders in Canada to get our next bullmastiff family member and have been talking with Deversailles Bullmastiffs. They are waiting to confirm a pregnancy and may have puppies at the end of June. They are active on the show circuit and seem quite reputable, but I thought I would come on here and see if anyone has any knowledge of them. I'm just trying to do my due diligence to ensure we get the healthiest baby possible.

    Also does anyone have experience with flying a puppy? We would have to fly this puppy from Quebec to Alberta as they won't be ready to go home when we are out that way on vacation in August. I'm nervous about putting a puppy on a plane in the cargo hold, I would love to go and fly back with it, but if it is too big to go on the plane with me then it still has to go in the cargo hold. I just need to ease my mind on flying it out here.

    Thank you all for any insight that you have!!!!!
  2. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    I have no insight with this issue.....sorry .....
  3. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    My sister has shipped a couple of her EM pups out to Alaska. Both pups did well. She just made sure their was someone there at the airport to pick up the pup. She als had those plastic carriers for the pup. She believed it kept the pup warm keeping its body heat in more so then a wire pen
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  4. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Also I thought there was a very well known bullmastiff breeder in Alberta.... I'll check and get back to you
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  5. Jakesmum

    Jakesmum Well-Known Member

    Thanks Sheila I appreciate any advice or direction I can get, I was in contact with Rakaro Kennels, but the female they bred in the spring didn't get pregnant, so we are expanding our search. I've been having a hard time with finding breeders here who are either still breeding or will even respond to my messages.
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