Introduction to Locki

Locki was born on 15th March 2019 and is kennel name is Tunzapower Porter. We contacted the breeder in Victoria looking for a dog to mate with our Bella. After a few discussions with her we where on our way to meet our boy.

Locki has grown to be a rather big boy weighing in at a hefty 62 kilos at the the tender age of 10 months. He is a gentle giant with so much personality. He loves his cuddles and playing for short bursts.

From his humble small birth size to Christmas Day 2019 Locki has definitely grown into those large paws. For all his size he takes many naps during the day and maintains a watchful eye on the magpies that frequent his backyard.

Now that he is old enough I take him for a short stroll around the suburb and surrounding bush lands to introduce him to the many sounds and things in his vicinity. He howled very loudly when I took off with his two favourite bitches Bella and Bonnie on their first outing. I could hear him barking for the whole time were were gone.

Until next time enjoy Locki’s pictures.

Karen Feldbauer

A bit about me…

My name is Karen and I have a passion for my beloved dogs. I am 159 cm tall and of course the dogs I love just happen to be one of the largest breeds, the Bullmastiff which of course means that they are almost bigger than me.

I’m new to blogging and about to start a new venture of breeding my Bullmastiff dogs. Over the coming months I will be sharing my experiences in showing my two puppies Locki and Bonnie.

Locki turned 10 months today and well I think Bonnie is about 4 1/2 to 5 months. Unfortunately I am still waiting on receiving her papers.

Once I have Bonnie’s papers I will be able to show her as well as each dog has a registration number which you need to add to the NSW Show Dogs registration database.

I will be writing about the adventures of showing and breeding my dogs as an informative way to allow other to experience what it is like to have a large dog in your life. You see, Bullmastiffs are gentle giants who can be just as scared of us as some of us are of them.

They are easy dogs to train and are very obedient. They really don’t like to disappoint us even when they know that they are in trouble for chewing our favourite shoe or plant.

“The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”

Nelson Mandela