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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    Some dogs just look sad, it's their expression. Mums Basset looks miserable even when he's chasing a ball.
    Mojo can break your heart with some of the looks he gives, especially after a bath.....i still feel bad 6 months after this one..lol.
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    He's adorable Peter
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    Mojo is a hunney, he looks like you may have a bottle of dog shampoo in your hand though
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    He's beautiful Peter. Lovely weight too, just the way I like a dog to look. Yes could imagine once they get up to speed that strength is something else.

    Could imagine that massive head peering over the fence would be quite a shock to the neighbours.

    When my Borzoi and Whippets go full pelt the Borzoi's big strides easily keep up and surpass the Whippets, quick turns and stops however are not his strength at top speed and he's not quite as agile.

    I'm quite fond of the giants.

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    I dont think 99bottles is referruing to the "sad" look of their faces.

    I thought they were referring to the fact some neos, with excessive wrinkling and baggy skin look sad as in all round. Not actually sad, but physically sad...

    Maybe not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    I dont think 99bottles is referruing to the "sad" look of their faces.

    I thought they were referring to the fact some neos, with excessive wrinkling and baggy skin look sad as in all round. Not actually sad, but physically sad...

    Maybe not.
    Yes this. And I was more saying that I felt sad for them because I just think it would suck being born into that body. Not the boy we have seen in this thread, he looks quite happy and comfortable - just about every other Neo I have seen though including the ones who are Grand Champions in Australia.

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    My aunt and uncle were a big part in creating the breed if you need information look at www.redgumkennels.com

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    I'd like to add that they are selective when it comes to giving someone one of these dogs, they care about the dogs and won't give one to someone if they don't feel as though the person can handle the dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cassandawrr View Post
    I'd like to add that they are selective when it comes to giving someone one of these dogs, they care about the dogs and won't give one to someone if they don't feel as though the person can handle the dog.
    The problem is not really the people they give it too. More so the fact that they are breeding in the first place when the "breed" is really nothing more than a bitsa and then selling it for an excessive price and making peoole believe that it is actually a breed

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Errr Yuck sorry but I do not like the look of that Qld Mastiff breed..
    Think I'll stick to the Pure Bred Mastiff myself.

    Each to their own..

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