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Old 03-24-2013, 12:23 PM
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The male is 180lbs, while the female is well over 200. Once in awhile, she climbs on the couch and turns the cushions into what look like taco shells.
LL!

Mastiff's are huge! One of Thor's dog park pack friend is Chester, an English bullmastiff. The pix was taken Aug 2012 and IIRC, Chester was 173 pounds then, he's now 2 years old ...
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Old 03-24-2013, 12:57 PM
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Mine are both straight English Mastiffs. I see that in the pic you have, but I don't see the bullmastiff in him. They're great dogs, but don't expect to win a tug-of-war contest.
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Mine are both straight English Mastiffs. I see that in the pic you have, but I don't see the bullmastiff in him.
All I know is that my friend's Mom breeds them.
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my #1 buddy at 6000 feet. about as high as it gets around here!

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Re: Please share your 4-legged friend(s) ...

Man, great photos guys. Truly, the only true friend you will ever ever have.
I'll see if I can round up some photos of my five. We had 6 but my dear friend Buddi died 2 year ago after living 14 years and she was a GREAT lab.
Its interesting that we get comments about how we have 5 dogs. We take them EVERYWHERE we go. Try sneaking in 5 dogs into a motel room............

WOW! You have 5 dogs?!?! No one ever says anything about having 5 kids but man, they'll sure comment on how many dogs you have.

Randy

P.S.---those birthday photos with the tequila are priceless!
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:44 AM
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P.S.---those birthday photos with the tequila are priceless!
LL! That was the wife's idea as a teaser. Our youngest son turned 21 in 1 Sep 2012 and Thor turned 3 25 Oct 2012 ... I guess that makes them both legal.
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Re: Please share your 4-legged friend(s) ...

German Shepard thats about 3 years old now.. very smart dog!
Easy to train and is very protective.

She does look mean when somebody drives up that she dont know.
Its nice to have a dog that will do stuff without speaking, just hand motions and she responds. She will even respond to hand signals from my 2 year old nephew.
One heck of a squirrel dog too! She followed me down in the woods last year and ended up spotting Squirrels for us. She was 9 for 9, if she say by a tree there was a squirrel up there.



playing with my nephew
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