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post #1 of 25 Old 05-20-2007, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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GIVE US PICTURES OF YOUR DOGGIES/PUPPIES!!!!

The two bigger dogs (white mareema & the Border Collie) Pick on my little Mini Foxie. But don't worry she gives them what for!!! Eventhough she is little she sure can run fast and be good at ankle bitting (only dogs)!

She really does think she is 7foot tall!!
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post #2 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 08:14 AM
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My dogs do that too. Ur's r soo cute. My yellow lab bites my husky even though my husky is bigger?
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post #3 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 08:35 AM
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This is my dog Sampson.
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post #4 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 08:18 PM
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This is my dog Buddy he is a min pin x chiwowa x foxy lol I can't spell them lol but yeh he's no with us any more he got hit by a car bout a month ago :( not good and the other dog is my german shepard,
Niki
I can't seem to get a pic of buddy on here but I will try later on, this here is Niki
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post #5 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 09:55 PM
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post #6 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 10:43 PM
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what breed is he?
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post #7 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 10:47 PM
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He is an English Mastiff. He is 22 months. Not quite full grown yet. He weighs 150lbs.
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post #8 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 10:50 PM
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HA I knew it was a Mastiff!!!! *spelling?* I know some one with 5 mastif puppies!!! THEY'RE HUGE!!!! There's a mastiff at the barn I bored at that looks just like yours, he's not alowed around the barn/horse because he's know for attacking.

Fact: The Mastif was bred to kill horses!!!! *or so I was told by the barn owner*
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post #9 of 25 Old 05-26-2007, 11:09 PM
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Actually, Mastiffs were bred for soldiers back in the Molosser days.

What is Mastiff?
A Mastiff is a giant breed of dog, descended from the ancient Alaunt and Molosser. The general term 'mastiff' is used to refer to many different breeds around the world, probably all descended from the same root stock. The proper noun 'Mastiff', however, is used to refer to a specific breed of mastiff, the breed that originated in England over 2,000 years ago.Breeders today have bred the Mastiff for gentleness and have created an excellent companion, large enough to deter intruders and yet gentle enough to be dependable around children.

My dog is the coolest dog I have ever had. I have had german shepards, huskey's, and a Akita. He is the kindess dog you will ever meet, but very protective. He doesn't like agression. Infact he gets in between my kids when they are playing agressively. Most of the time, he's pretty much afraid of his own shadow. Of course he's still young. He likes being with people. He never leaves the yard. I could go on and on. I can't say enough about him. Can you tell???

In this day and age, I've never heard of them("the breed") being attackers of any kind. There are all different offsprings of the Mastiff breeds. Ex. Bull Mastiffs(bull and Mastiff) Neopolitan(I've heard can be agressive), Cane Corso Masttiff (Spanish decendants). In all my research on the Mastiff history, I've never read that they bred to kill horses. If that were true, I wouldn't have gotten a mastiff. I love my horse and wouldn't put him in a bad situation.
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Actually, Mastiffs were bred for soldiers back in the Molosser days.

What is Mastiff?
A Mastiff is a giant breed of dog, descended from the ancient Alaunt and Molosser. The general term 'mastiff' is used to refer to many different breeds around the world, probably all descended from the same root stock. The proper noun 'Mastiff', however, is used to refer to a specific breed of mastiff, the breed that originated in England over 2,000 years ago.Breeders today have bred the Mastiff for gentleness and have created an excellent companion, large enough to deter intruders and yet gentle enough to be dependable around children.

My dog is the coolest dog I have ever had. I have had german shepards, huskey's, and a Akita. He is the kindess dog you will ever meet, but very protective. He doesn't like agression. Infact he gets in between my kids when they are playing agressively. Most of the time, he's pretty much afraid of his own shadow. Of course he's still young. He likes being with people. He never leaves the yard. I could go on and on. I can't say enough about him. Can you tell???

In this day and age, I've never heard of them("the breed") being attackers of any kind. There are all different offsprings of the Mastiff breeds. Ex. Bull Mastiffs(bull and Mastiff) Neopolitan(I've heard can be agressive), Cane Corso Masttiff (Spanish decendants). In all my research on the Mastiff history, I've never read that they bred to kill horses. If that were true, I wouldn't have gotten a mastiff. I love my horse and wouldn't put him in a bad situation.
ok thanx for clearifing that for me. I've been a little afraid to ride my horse away from the barn area where the dog can't get us. I didnt want my baby getting hurt buy the dog. Kool now I can ride in peace!!!
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