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    FOR SALE Neo Mastiff paid $2500 sell for $1500ono 9 month old male de-sexed VERY friendly regretful sale to big for our backyard beautiful dog has grown up around 3 young children his name is Rain— at Mildura.

    I don't know this dog or owners I just thought if posted here it might have a chance to find a new home.

    If you are interested I will do my best to get contact for you.

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    "Too big for our backyard" sounds like they are talking about a trampoline or an outdoor furniture set...

    I don't believe that big dogs necessarily need big yards if you take them for walks.

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    Looks like a really lovely fella.
    Hope he finds a good home. During my research into Bullmastiffs i came across a few people who said they are ideal for people with small homes/apatments etc as thier required exercise levels are low compared to most other breeds. Dont want to sound like i'm complaining about the owners just thought any one interested might find the info useful.
    Although in saying this maybe the Neo's are diffrent to the Bulls.
    Maybe Peter on the forum would be a good contact for anyone interested in this lovely looking dog.


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    i just seen it and thought that I would try to help them out.
    Like I did put down I don't know them or anything. It is on the wifes facebook thing and there is a section where only people from here and get on it.
    So I thought to get them a wider market might help.

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    First of all im guessing thats a cross breed, its paws are tiny, Nero's are like human hands and have been from a young age. there are little or no wrinkles (which does suit some breeders) but even the head is pointier than wide, looks more towards a great dane.
    Thats utter crap about yard size, ours is divided into two sections one being alot smaller than the other and ive never had any probs with small yard, these beasts sleep most of the day especially at that age, maybe biggest problem is you would be closer to the snoring.
    Just an observation but maybe these people didnt get what they were actually after, similar way that i got Polly our Neo X, i'm sure the people that brought her began to realise at 5 months she wasnt pure.
    All that said hes a beautiful dog and i hope he finds a home.


    JUst for a comparison this is Nero @ 7months
    Last edited by peter70; 09-20-2011 at 05:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rid**** View Post
    i just seen it and thought that I would try to help them out.
    Like I did put down I don't know them or anything. It is on the wifes facebook thing and there is a section where only people from here and get on it.
    So I thought to get them a wider market might help.
    Wasn't criticising you for putting it up, Rid. Just kinda thinking out loud.

    I hope the dog does find a good new home.

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    I never took it as that.
    I just thought that a little more info on my side of the fence was needed that was all.
    So don't worry about it.

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