West River Bulldogges

Healthy, Intelligent, Athletic & Protective Bulldogges





OLDIE and PITBULL Mixes 







     WEST RIVER'S SASHA




    Sasha is out of Garner's Santos and 


    West River's Justice.   She is very athletic


    incredibly affectionate with family and is 


    super intelligent.  She is a very high drive


    bulldog that has an incredible desire to please 


    her owner and one of those dogs that just 


    cherishes every minute with family and friends.  



    Height:  20"


                                                              Weight:  60 lbs.  







   Sasha is very alert at all times.   She 


  doesn't miss anything new or strange. 


  She gets her intensity from her father 


  Garner's Santos and her natural 


  protective instincts from her mother, 


  West River's Justice.   She is 1/2 pitbull


  and 1/2 OEB.  














     WEST RIVER'S KOMATSU



    Komatsu is off of Garner's Momo and West


      River's Raven.  Raven's father is Chuckles


      and Raven's mother is Justice.   Komatsu 


      is a very smart bulldog.  She is the queen of


      keep away.  She has yet to lose a game of 


      keep away from all the other bulldogs I own.  


      She is still growing and developing.   She 


      is 19" tall and weighs 60 lbs.  




       Komatsu is high energy and always looking


    to do something.  She is one of those dogs 


    that is thinking all of the time.   She is built 


    extremely well.   She does well in the house.


    She keeps her quarters clean.


    She loves food and toys which makes


    her easy to train.    


    She breathes very well and her structure is 


    exceptional.   She is 1/2 pitbull and 1/2 OEB. 



      Komatsu gets all the great attributes of her 


    father, Garner's Momo;  athleticism, intelligence


    and affection with the quality protective instincts


    of her mother, West River's Raven.  She also 


    inherited the desire to be clean from her mother


    which I hope she passes on to her offspring.  


    This picture is her thinking about the conversation 


    I was having with her about going for a walk.