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    Default A re-introduction and an introduction in 1

    I know I probably haven't been missed but I missed all of you After approx 6 months of little to no internet I look forward to catching up with everyone,
    For all members who joined while I was MIA I look forward to meeting you all and your gorgeous puppies.

    As for the New introduction, My Fiancee's B-Day has just been and his folks got this present for him.


    This is Kronos our Rotti X American Bulldog. At nearly 16 weeks he is the same size as our beloved kelpie Gypsy and just as smart. He already knows Sit, Wait, Come, Down and is nearly completely toilet trained. He is a big softy and has taken to our 2 cats, horses, Gypsy and our 4 year old son.
    We hope that when he grows up to be a bit scary looking to those who don't know him, because when he sticks his entire back leg in his mouth and looks at us you with those big brown eyes he is absolutely adorable... which i doubt will work as a Guard dog for Tom's Ute which is what his parents had in mind when they got this little guy for him

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    Look at that killer !!! Likely to rip yor arm off in the blink of a eye !!! LOL...

    Cool name and a lovely looking pup. Sounds like he's a smart cookie too. Welcome back Drag0ncharm.


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    LOL his name was going to be Thor but when our 4 year old son was running around the house trying to call the puppy we realised not good to name him something with the 'th' sound in it or the puppy would think his name was Paw So we settled for naming him after a titan instead he he

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    Such a scary looking dude

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    LOL to all of the above and I agree he is truly terrifying!
    (I am on a plane tomorrow to come and hug this puppy)

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    Oh man i am terrified! He is just so scary. :P

    I love him. And i love his name.
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    Kronos is soooooo gorgeous!! And welcome back Dragoncharm!!!

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    Welcome back Drag0ncharm!!

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

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    My brother's previous dog (died of old age), was an excellent ute guard. Nearly took my grandmother's arm off.

    So my brother is warning me not to reach into the back of the ute when Fang is up there, and I say

    "What?"

    And he looks up - too late -

    to see Fang in Eargasms, as I rub all the right spots. I didn't get to see that dog all that often but she knew me as a source of good things.

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    LOL had to post these...
    Our big killer Rotti... cower in fear mortals



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