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  1. #41
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    Ok...these pics suck big time. I know...but the bugger never stops moving ...never. But i promised so here goes.

    See how skinny he is....gotta fatten him up at the back end a bit.

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    His ears stick out ....if he could flap em he'd fly.

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    His eyes can be very intimidating at times. Imagine this in the dark coming at you !!! (Ignore my fancy mesh fence..gotta keep em seperated LOL)

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    He's a stunner, gosh I do love brindle dogs... Love the second shot, really shows off his brindle-ness

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    Cute doggie, love the ears and socks.
    I see you still have some green grass...give it time. lol

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    Yes he is lean. But that wont matter now i suspect

    I see the lawn still there. Glad you captured it in time!
    I cant wait to see later photo's, say in 3 months, when that tortoiseshell brindle he has, is glowing with health!

    I think that your belief that once Bronx settles in, he'll get more subdued, is a possible illusion. Generally they octane up to "full of personality - in your face" once confident. Not more settled. But its all good. He's gonna be a numpty, coz he doesnt know the rules. But you seriously have an ally in mojo. Training a second dog, you can do from a sofa and one older dog. Joke, but more or less, they do all the training for you. Bronx will see that Mojor gets pats for sitting at your feet. He'll copy. Too easy!


    Both of your dogs have similar body and mouth/larynx shapes. Play, will be extremely loud. Please seek advice of other mastiff breed owners as to how loud this can get, and still be entirely playful between the two. As in, visitors get very scared when Pohm and Bernie do there 8pm scrap. Its very loud. And they are both seriously just havin a laugh.
    find other indicators of aggression pending. Growling means hi im really pleased your back, you've been ages. Pohm (rottie x bordeaux) growls, Bernie (GSD shape head) howls like a wolf would. Both sounds mean the same thing. Hello!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Ok...these pics suck big time. I know...but the bugger never stops moving ...never. But i promised so here goes.

    See how skinny he is....gotta fatten him up at the back end a bit.

    [IMG][/IMG]

    His ears stick out ....if he could flap em he'd fly.

    [IMG][/IMG]

    His eyes can be very intimidating at times. Imagine this in the dark coming at you !!! (Ignore my fancy mesh fence..gotta keep em seperated LOL)

    [IMG][/IMG]
    The photo of Bronx coming toward you with his retinas reflecting the light. Personally, when i look at that, i see goofy wondering if he can get a sniff of that interesting looking camera that makes weird noises your holding "i wont break it, honest".

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    Oh this is such a cool story! This forum really does bring alot of good!! Amazing. Jelly because now you have two of the most handsomest pooches!

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    Aw such a handsome boy

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Gotta Love Love Love...
    “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.”
    ― Charles M. Schulz

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    OK Sean. Take us out of our suspenders now. How are the boys getting on?
    Nev Allen
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    How is it all going Sean?
    Pets are forever

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