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  1. #11
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    HI--I too am new to the forum and have that they have been wonderful in helping me with queries about me "little" Missy. Have no experience with what you are looking at. Sorry about your puss; know only too well what that is like.
    Cheers

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    Hi there !!!

    Amstaff x Mastiff = one hell of a cool dog. Big and friendly if socialised well and more than likely a winning combo to have around kids who dont pull on puppy ears !!

    We need pictures !!! Please.....


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    Welcome and enjoy this forum.

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    Thanks everyone you guys are great. Im getting a bit excited I think we have found a puppy(well she found us really lol). We cared for her for a couple of days over the anzac day holiday(so she wasnt locked up in the kennel at the shop) and she is the sweetest thing, she fitted into the family like she has been with us forever. That has what started us thinking maybe she could live with us. I better get reading. I will post photos of her if we get her.....promise.

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    Lea, that's fantastic!! Just be sure to socialise her a lot after she has all her vaccinations, and it is actually a good thing you have small children, as she will learn to tolerate them, but I still get mad at my girls because the do smother poor Oskar with hugs, and also they will pull his tail occasionally, and that's a big no no, their tails are quite sensitive.

    But it sounds like you have given a beautiful pooch a home, and it sounds like she is going to be very loved...Oskar just isn't a team player when it comes to small animals, he has a high prey drive lol. Oh and your little pup will probably grow quite big lol!!

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