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  1. #11
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    Congrats... Tyson is very handsome
    “All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn't a dog.”
    ― Charles M. Schulz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matty_qld View Post
    yea I've noticed with tyson he will come inside flop down on the ground for an hour or so then all of a sudden he's in his crate but I think it will be a tough sell to the missus to get a new one, shes not a big fan of the crate taking up room in the house.. Sigh lol

    What happened to Mojo?

    P.s Thanks guys
    He kept plonking down hard on his elbow. He loved the cold tiles during the summer months and his elbow swelled like a balloon. For the life of me i cant remember what it's called. Apparently they very often come back even after having them drained but so far so good .....touchwood. He was a sore and sorry pup for a few weeks afterwards cause he kept ripping the bandages off.
    Mojos crate is in the garage now...my misses cracked it too....but he seems to like it in there. I often hide in the garage aswell. Cant wait to get my man cave....i mean shed.


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    Tyson is freaking awesome!
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    hygroma, hope I spelled it right. common to very large breeds that do the big flop with all that weight behind them, saw an irish wolfhound on the weekend with a beauty.

    Draining can help so too can a cortisone injection into the site, but letting them be is the best option.

    Your baby is very handsome. Looking right at home too.

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