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    Quote Originally Posted by Fedra View Post
    Yup they are huge, but grown up male certanly does not weigh 120 kilos. Unless it's really obese

    By standard they weigh max. 65 kilos male and 55 kilos female.

    Stock guarding dogs might look and be huge, but they have actually quite light bodies.
    True. I think maybe they meant pounds???

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    I have never heard of them either, but they are sooo cute. Are they a domestic breed? Dont mean to sound stupid but i googled picture's of them and one looked wild. So i was just wondering

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    It is not the first litter born in Australia, they have been here for few years.
    Yes they are big, but 120kg that is waaaaay more then the standard.

    Nice dogs but not for the faint hearted, I hope the owner is not a novice.

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    Trojan's breeder breds them as well, and has done so for a few years now.
    They are absolutely gorgeous dogs
    Foster Carer for Shar Pei Rescue Inc

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    Quote Originally Posted by taraboombara View Post
    I have never heard of them either, but they are sooo cute. Are they a domestic breed? Dont mean to sound stupid but i googled picture's of them and one looked wild. So i was just wondering
    All dogs are domestic Except dingo and wild dogs.

    Most of those herding mountain dogs are actually very old breeds, could say ancient and fall into a group called molossers. They (mountain herding) are quite "native" looking, and are of very independent nature and generally not easy to train, although they can be.
    Respect and you shall be respected. Animal is always right.

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    Ah okay, thanks for clearing that up for me.

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    Ahhhhhhh you guys totally shattered my fantasies! 60kg is definitely not as impressive as 120kg : ( But you guys are right. She probably did mean 120lbs... sigh.

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    ohhh heck that dog is huge

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