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    Hi guys, check out this puppy we're fostering. His name is Jimmy Tiger and he's a good dog. Only 10 months old and already he was surrendered to the pound. I have no idea why, he's friendly, calm, eager to please, and good with other dogs and puppies. Not even a hint of aggression or unpleasantness.

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    Gday Mosh.

    Jimmy tiger......thats a cool name. Hope all goes well with him.

    Whats the breeds ??? Boxer ?? Mastiff ????


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    Does he show any signs of separation anxiety? He looks abit staffy to me. But as sean said could also be mastiff x something. There are so many dogs like this in shelters and pounds. I'm not sure if its the seperation anxiety or not but it seems alot of them have it..
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    What a cutie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Gday Mosh.

    Jimmy tiger......thats a cool name. Hope all goes well with him.

    Whats the breeds ??? Boxer ?? Mastiff ????
    Bull Arab X Boxer apparently

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    Gorgeous, what a nice cross too, prepare yourself for lots of boxer loving they look very content together...

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    Oh he is a lovely looking boy!
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    It's the terrible teens - when they stop being a cute puppy and start getting up to mischief.
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/puppy-dis...-calendar.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    It's the terrible teens - when they stop being a cute puppy and start getting up to mischief.
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/puppy-dis...-calendar.html
    Yep, he can be a naughty boy and is always testing what he can get away with, but he's always gentle and listens to instructions quite well. Exercising him regularly helps him to stay well behaved.

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