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interview with David Farnetti

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interview with David Farnetti

Post by JSAN_911 on Mon Jul 30, 2012 5:13 pm

The following is a question and answer interview with David Farnetti. The purpose of this interview is to dispel some myths and rumors and inform people about Dave, his dogs, and dogs of that era.

For some of you people who are not familiar with David Farnetti, here is a brief history. Dave is from upstate New York. He bred English Bulldogs in the 1970's and early 1980's, and bred American Bulldogs from the mid 80's until the mid 90's. Dave was the owner of "Dozer" and "Ruby." His breedings between the two produced many of the modern day great American Bulldogs breeders foundation dogs such as weanie the Bruiser II (Tiny), Elrod, MGK's Bam Bam, MGK's She's a "Doozy," Whitey and weanie the Cruiser.

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