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    Default Arrival of the new bullmastiff

    Hey guys I know I posted a while ago about wanting a red mastiff but I feel in love

    With beautiful fawn male bullmastiff, he is 5 months old in a few days got him at 4 months exactly.





    And a video which I though was very cute


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    Aw what a cutie!

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

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    I'm freaking drooling over my keyboard bro........AWSOME!!!!

    Cute vid....You watch mate....that dog's gunna grow up watching every move your kids make...he'll love em and protect em.....and be lost without them.

    My kids just got back from a holiday and Mojo perked up like you wouldnt believe. He's folllowing them around like a shadow.

    Keep us posted on how he goes mate...the next few months, he's gunna grow and grow so fast !!! Heaps of pics to please mate. Whats his name??


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    His name is Tyson, yea my kids and the missus are away this week and they get back saturday, I introduced him to my next dooe neighbour yesterday afternoon and he was shocked because he has saw him walking past my place two weeks ago and he swears he is twice the size he remembers

    he used to fit on the bed


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    LOL...methinks someones gunna need a new crate in a few weeks.

    Mines a 52 inch......but low and behold i can only find 48's on ebay now. Thats about as small as i would go with them. The name Tyson's cool...... will suit him really well when he's a big lump of slobbering cutness. Great choice of dog mate.


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    Cheers man, I'm actully thinking he won't need a crate soon he has been so good hasn't pee'd inside at all and I usually wake up at 6ish and he never wants to go outside even towards 8 I have to push him out the door

    Oh yea tyson will be a great name when he is a big slobbery ear biting killer machine lmfao bullmastiffs are the best dogs ever, besides cleaning up there mountains.

    Sean would you like to take a stab at what he will weigh a 12 months? hell why not include everyone the closest wins $50
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    At 12 months i'd guess 50 kg's if he's fed and exercised well.
    I weighed Mojo today and he's actually lost a few kg's ...he's 48kgs now. Must be all this running around with our new dog.

    Matty, i'd seriously consider getting another crate mate. They come in handy if he ever needs to be contained after a operation which is what i had to do with Mojo.
    And we take ours camping so he's not wandering around at night time. I just leave the door to his open now and i often find him snoozing away in there.
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    Loving the photos of Tyson, he's a handsome boy!

    Looking forward to seeing him grow into a big boy, like the gorgeous Mr Mojo

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    Tyson looks gorgeous. Welcome, especially so to that cute pup!

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    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

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