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Thread: NO.1 Neo Mastiff in the world !!! (apparently)

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    Thumbs down NO.1 Neo Mastiff in the world !!! (apparently)

    What do guys reckon ????

    The comments below this video on you tube where interesting to say the least !!!



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    Down right disgusting that poor dog.
    The people behind breeding dogs like that should hang there heads in shame for thinking it's ok to breed such a useless dog that will more then likely have heaps of health problems.

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    Now thats a dog..
    But yeah poor bugger would have a lot of health issues..
    I could never own one, poor thing

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    Number 1 at what? I feel sorry for that dog...what's with all that exces skin?

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    yeah too much excess skin - for sure there are some mobility issue with this dog.

    Hence reason sometimes cross breeding is good - thats me (flame suit on)
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    Loose skin is overdone on him, they are supposed to be loose but that is just over exaggerated.

    Most breeds with loose skin are bred that way to prevent damage to the dog for whatever purpose they were bred for (fighting, running through bushland etc) but skin that loose would cause more problems that it would prevent.

    I can assure you a good portion of them don't look like that! One of my friends own them and hers get around just fine, it's like thqt anti-purebred video that was circulating, they just used overdone examples of the breed, not good quality dogs.

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    I'm no expert on any breed let alone the Neo's, but apart from the obvious excess skin am i seeing a dog with bugger all fur on it rear ?
    When Mojo had his front leg shaved for his op his skin looked a bit like the rear of this dog with the black patchy skin.
    Feel free to jump on this you tube video and stick it to the breeder who even after 99.9 % of comments been negative, still tries to justify what he has done to this poor animal and god knows how many more. I dont condone trolling but in this case i think it's more than appropriate. After all this IS ANIMAL CRUELTY !!!


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    I've seen some lovely Neo's too. Peter70, a member here has a good, healthy looking dog and theres some other examples in other threads on here aswell. They sure as hell dont look anything like this poor dog.


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    Patchy hair didn't bother me, most likely he is moulting... Have you ever seen a Pug go through a molt, they look like they have mange for about a month.

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    So thats normal then ?? No i havnt seen a pug molt sorry. I've looked at countless Mastiff video's, Mastiff forum's, and Mastiff websites and nowhere have i seen or even read anything about them shedding that much. I really hope Mojo dosnt get like that, it's bloody ugly. (touchwood )


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