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    Good luck with Bronx.

    Why the nickname WA for Mojo?

    You are going to have the best time with your dogs
    “All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn't a dog.”
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    Hey Sean, after getting curious with Mojo over his head shape, i met a new friend at a pub on w/e, who invited me and other half back to his after we'd all lunched together.

    When we arrived, there were 4 mastiff's to greet us. All equally useless gaurds lol. A pup of 9 months, who was clumsily adorable, and pups parents and grandmother. Gran and mum both were snuggled in the sun with a joey wallaby each!
    They have them as companions, as they are being nursed for release by my mate.

    Too funny, seeing a mastiff grandmother, carry her baby joey into the shade.
    they all looked so peaceful and calm, i asked the guy if they are dog friendly. Definately not, a previous litter had a male, when the owners brought the male pup of 24wks to show my mate what a fine beast of dog he's turning out to be, the father nearly ripped his throat out. So, i wont be visiting him with my dogs perhaps.

    Lovely to see such majestic dogs. MY GOD those heads though, massive!
    Im smitten for mastiff's too now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximus-cav View Post
    Good luck with Bronx.

    Why the nickname WA for Mojo?

    You are going to have the best time with your dogs
    Thanks M.C.

    Its actually WA WA'S....ya gotta say it loud and drag out the second WA'S like....WA WAAAAAAAAAAAAAA''SSS. Dunno why.....it's just somthing we both go silly with and carry on like a pair of silly ****s. The wife just looks at us and shakes her head.

    WA....WWWWAAAAAASSSSSS !!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    Hey Sean, after getting curious with Mojo over his head shape, i met a new friend at a pub on w/e, who invited me and other half back to his after we'd all lunched together.

    When we arrived, there were 4 mastiff's to greet us. All equally useless gaurds lol. A pup of 9 months, who was clumsily adorable, and pups parents and grandmother. Gran and mum both were snuggled in the sun with a joey wallaby each!
    They have them as companions, as they are being nursed for release by my mate.

    Too funny, seeing a mastiff grandmother, carry her baby joey into the shade.
    they all looked so peaceful and calm, i asked the guy if they are dog friendly. Definately not, a previous litter had a male, when the owners brought the male pup of 24wks to show my mate what a fine beast of dog he's turning out to be, the father nearly ripped his throat out. So, i wont be visiting him with my dogs perhaps.

    Lovely to see such majestic dogs. MY GOD those heads though, massive!
    Im smitten for mastiff's too now.
    Wow...that would have been awsome to see them with some Joey's !!!

    I have heard of a few horror stories of older males nearly killing other dogs....including thier own offspring. Shocking....

    Luckily these 2 are still young so touchwood we wont have much to worry about. (touchwood, touchwood ,touchwood lol)

    Yes those big heads are awsome hey......just dont bend down when one tries to jump up.!!! Mojos nearly knocked me out before doing that....he didnt feel a thing .

    If Bronx really does have English in him his head will eventully be a lot bigger than Mojos !!

    Glad to hear your smitten for Mastiffs !!! They are awsome pooches !! ;0


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    Heaps of Good Luck Sean - and safe driving - heaps of storms about and it is a long drive !!!!!!!!

    You will be fine with your new pup - you have been given a heap of information from someone on this forum who knows a hell of a lot about pups - so be guided by what has been sent to you !

    Anyway you haven't answered my query regarding the two very precious girls in your life - what do they really think ?

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    Thanks Riley.

    Well, i got the big thumbs up from the daughter...she dosnt care who, what, where....as long as it's got a waggly tail and plays with her she loves all dogs.

    Now the wife.....well she did take a bit of convincing because sher thinks brindle looks scary but she got over it. LOL.....4 BOYS NOW !!! We are all gunna burp, fart and make heaps of mess and then leave it for the girls to clean up. They'll love every minute of it !!! (It's also amazing how long the brownie points from the 700 bucks i spent on her birthday have lasted. )


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Thanks Riley.
    Now the wife.....well she did take a bit of convincing because sher thinks brindle looks scary but she got over it. LOL.....4 BOYS NOW !!! We are all gunna burp, fart and make heaps of mess and then leave it for the girls to clean up. They'll love every minute of it !!! (It's also amazing how long the brownie points from the 700 bucks i spent on her birthday have lasted. )
    You wish !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Sean i will post photo's that i plan to take on next visit for public holiday w/e in Nov.
    Good luck with the newly, beautifully casted, member of the Sean show

    Loadsa photos remember!

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    So far so good !!

    The car trip went well. He seems to like travelling and didnt seem to fazed by all the new sights, sounds and smells. So now he's home and we are concentrating on settling in.

    The boys where a bit cranky pants with each other for the first 15 minutes but Bronx was leashed the whole time so he couldnt do much anyway. I spent about 4 hours with him leashed and just getting used to the backyard and Mojo. I now have 2 big dogs who constantly stand on my feet !!! OUCH !!!
    They settled down after a while and they even ended up drinking from the same water bucket at the same time.....so thats gotta be a good sign hopefully.

    He met the misses and he was very friendly to her......good boy.....you just saved me and yourself LOL.

    So for the first afternoon we actually achieved more than i thought we would.

    Slow and steady now........no more new things for a few weeks. Just want him to settle in and show me the real Bronx.


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    Good news Sean, hope you have lots of fun ... bags not doing the poo patrol

    And ... don't forget lots of photos ...

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