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    Default Fit Neapolitan Mastiff

    Finally worked out posting pics I think, a photo of nine for CD and anyone interested in the fitter than average type of Neo, nine is one year old still lean and not too wrinkled which means his thyroid gland is working, thickened skin and very heavy wrinkles are a sign of low thyroid activity.
    Longer leaner legs mean his bones are not spongy and he is not suffering from the form of dwarfism that causes very short thick legs, often with very spongy bone structure.

    Slower to fill out and mature means better health as a general rule, his immune system is most unlikely to be good as most Neos have very low immunity, this does improve somwhat with age but is never tops.

    If Nine passes all tests he has yet to have he will be our next stud dog, his temperament is as close to perfect as you could get, cool and friendly but will stand his ground and will guard

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    Oh I like VERY VERY much, for me this is a Neo.

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    Now THAT is a real Neo.

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    mm,
    Can I aske what his bloodlines are, you know he has a very simalar look to my ex's plainer type bitch & she was/is an awesome dog.

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    Thanks for nice comments, he would probably get laughed at by many, but should be around for a jolly long time for them to laugh at 8>)

    His mum was an ABCALERT bitch I bred and sold a puppy to Windsmoke kennels, his dad a MAGNUFI male, very big, but mum is a plainer girl still very active and fit at 6 he goes back to dogs I have had for years always kept he smaller plainer ones, by small I mean males around 60 to 70 kg bitches 50 to 60 and taller than most, anytime I see such a dog or bitch about I grab it as they are getting hard to get, although we no longer breed many Neos, just enough to keep lines going really.

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    Nines lines go back to this dog, Mario, I bred many years ago, I think Nine will be similar to him as an adult




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    Quote Originally Posted by Minibulls mum View Post
    Thanks for nice comments, he would probably get laughed at by many, but should be around for a jolly long time for them to laugh at 8>)

    His mum was an ABCALERT bitch I bred and sold a puppy to Windsmoke kennels, his dad a MAGNUFI male, very big, but mum is a plainer girl still very active and fit at 6 he goes back to dogs I have had for years always kept he smaller plainer ones, by small I mean males around 60 to 70 kg bitches 50 to 60 and taller than most, anytime I see such a dog or bitch about I grab it as they are getting hard to get, although we no longer breed many Neos, just enough to keep lines going really.
    Well they shared some rels that's why Dreamer(ex's bitch) was breed in Sydney but out of a Abcalert bitch the guy had bought in QL. The dad was a Magnufi dog also, I will look up his name & get back to you but he's sire was 1 of the first imports to that kennel if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minibulls mum View Post
    Nines lines go back to this dog, Mario, I bred many years ago, I think Nine will be similar to him as an adult



    What great bone denisity......... Very nice dog. I really look forward to seeing what you breed in the future..........

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    Atcully the bitch that Dreamer came from was a mix of Abcalert top & Nancy Kecks dogs(sorry her prefix wont come to me atm)mainly on bottom of pedigree.
    The dog he put over her was Magnufi breed.

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    Nine is gorgeous!

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