bit about Susan Murphy:
Jarrogue is located in Cypress, California, which is about twenty-five miles
southeast of Los Angeles. Yes, its quite a trek from many of our Bull Terrier
friends, but we can always be reached by email at: JarrogueBT. We like keeping
in touch with all of you. Hope to hear from you soon.
I have been involved with breeding and exhibiting Bull Terriers for nearly
twenty five years. My Bull Terriers are not only quality show dogs, but are my
best friends and my pets. You will always find Bullies living in the house and
one or two holding the bed down.
Bull Terrier "Moms" and "Dads" are health tested prior to breeding, which
includes a BAER Test for hearing, UPC Ratio for kidney function, auscultation
for heart murmurs or defects and are also checked for luxating patella.
Resulting puppies are "house raised". By the time they are ready to go to their
new homes, they have been checked for parasites and treated if necessary, BAER
tested and their inoculations are current.
Having said all that, I must add that I do not breed more than one litter a
year, if that at this time. However, I am happy to refer qualified puppy buyers
to reputable breeders in their respective area. Or if interested in an older dog
or rescue bullie, we will be able to refer you to an available dog or
rescue bullie in your area.
Breed rescue has been an important part of my life in Bull Terriers. I have been
involved with rescue at the local and national level for 17 years. Being an
integral part of the committee that organized and structured the Rescue Support
Committee for the Bull Terrier Club of America, I remain an active committee
member and newly appointed Fundraising Chairman. Please visit the new Rescue
Support Committee web site at:
http://www.thebullterrier.com/btcarescuesupport/ . Many thanks to Amber Lowe
for the long hours she has put in on this project.
Another concept that has been of major interest since its mention a few years
ago, is a "meeting place", so to speak, for the world's Bull Terrier Clubs. This
being David Merriam's brainchild, he presented the idea to the world's BT Clubs
at the BTCA's Centennial Celebration in New Jersey a few years ago. David asked
for volunteers to develop his proposal and there appeared to be good interest at
that time. The idea was publicized and a few meetings were attempted, only to
fall short of the intended goals.
Still believing this to be an important venture in this new millennium, I stayed
in contact with many of its supporters and have been assured that support for
the idea still remains strong.
In an attempt to accomplish David's original goals, I have put together a web
site, The World Bull Terrier Forum, which is currently being hosted by me on
Jarrogue's Bull Terriers. To reach the Forum, click on the link provided.
I hope you will agree that this is a worthy effort for everyone involved in the
world of Bull Terriers.
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