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  1. #11
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    Love the giant pug Sean, first pic is my favourite, he still looks like a baby ... have fun with your new camera looking forward to more photos...

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    Dude, i thought you got yourself a big tough dog but your pics show a lovely little (i wanna be a) lap dog. What gives? hahaha

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    Im actually suprised at his face shape. Do they all have this shape?
    he's not a giant pug at all lol

    he's a model

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    Im actually suprised at his face shape. Do they all have this shape?
    he's not a giant pug at all lol

    he's a model
    Thanks Bernie.....yeah his face shape is pretty much right.....i watched a doco on Bullmastiffs the other night that showed what proportions thier faces and ears should have (ears flat , not to much wrinkling etc, etc) and he seemed to be nearly spot on . His underbite is a little bit bigger than it should but hey, he's a pet, not a show dog so i'm cool with that. The giant pug thing came about after so many people asked me if he was crossed with a pug when he was a tiny puppy...LOL...most of them had no idea what a Bullmastiff was. So 'The Giant pug' name stuck as a bit of a nick name for him. I often wonder if a pug would be a cool 2nd dog to have. I like how thier eyes seem to big for thier little heads.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Dude, i thought you got yourself a big tough dog but your pics show a lovely little (i wanna be a) lap dog. What gives? hahaha
    Ha, ha MMJ.....to much sleeping inside on our bed and putting more effort into his dinner than my own has created a big soft cuddle buggle. He can be pretty viscious though......you should see him go toe to toe with my daughters Teddy Bears......he kicks thier asses every time.


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    He's in great condition right now..
    Nice pictures..
    I have a VERY good camera, I really should start
    using it.. I always use the iphone..

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