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    Oh not sure now you say that, lol......
    Will checkYep your right Neo is called Kell & English is Herculy's.
    Last edited by crazydog; 01-20-2011 at 05:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydog View Post
    Yes the 1 with the horses is but the others arn't & they state the horse 1 is a fake on the page.
    Have attched pic of the english mastiff belong.
    oh i just saw the fak eone and clicked off

    Look at that guy in the pic....what a wa**er LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    oh i just saw the fak eone and clicked off

    Look at that guy in the pic....what a wa**er LOL
    That he is, my parnter says he's a roid head, lol
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    Just saw the pic you added of Hercules, thats the one I was thinking of, he looks really over weight poor thing.

    The great dane is so cute, I'd be interested know if he has hip or knee problems due to his size.

    That poodle is amazing and looks like it's having so much fun. I got excited when Griffen finally worked out how to 'bow' hehe (for ppl that dont know DDB's are not known for their obedience training, every book I've read says to stop after sit, drop, stay and loose leash walking )
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    Bordeaux,
    Yes I hate seeing any fat animals......
    The poodle is amazing hay.
    Don't listen to the doubters, lol.
    I had a friend with a DDB that she toke quiet a ways through obedaince & some agility.
    The agility was a little hard on his big bod but he managed fine in the lower levels.
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    lol I dont think I have the patience lol.

    I did take Griffen to obedence, the trainer loved him but found him very amusing. I'm not sure if he's really smart or really thick

    I spent 3 days trying to train him to shake hands the same way I taught Madeline (hold treat in closed fist when she started pawing at it treat her, she learnt it in 2 days). Griffen sat there with his mouth around my hand untill I finally gave him the treat. It's a good thing I love my doofis.

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    I have a doofis also.

    Black bear is a 6mth TM teenager who is a doofis through & through but we love him to bits, lol.
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    As do I ....A very tired Katy after a long walk
    She is a little slower at training then my previous newfies, but very sweet
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    Oh she's adorable isn't she.
    Yes Bear is just either a little thick or a great con, I differ between the 2 exspalations of how long it takes to get some of the simplist training done with him, lol........
    But he makes up for it in temperment, he's the sweetest true natural guardian natured dog I have ever had anything to do with. Bubba is dad loved all baby animals also but he didn't have Bears pateince with them at 6mths.
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