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    Default Randoms of My Two

    Madeline checking out the fishys


    A wonky one of Griffen



    Not sure what Madeline is telling Griffen



    Here comes Madeline


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    Love the zoomies one!


    like a rolling thunder chasing the wind...

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    Wow, I can't believe Madeline is a X.
    Judging by the photos she looks just like Griffen with a little less skin.

    They're in great condition, thanks for sharing
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    Madeline is quietly saying " Dude,the camera is on-the missus already got a party shot of ya now look smart would ya!well as smart as a wonky dog can be - snigger"

    Poor Griff,never minds you big hunk of drool,I still loves ya

    I can never get over Maddy either,she looks so close to a pure!

    Love seeing this pair
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    What is Madeline x'd with???
    Cool pics............
    Do you have any breathing issues with yours or heard of other DDB's having these sorts of issues?
    I only ask as a good friend has just lost her second bitch & both had first systoms of breathing difficulties that went on to be digonzied as heart conditions. She asked me if I knew if it was a comman problem within the DDB breed & I had not heard of it.
    Great looking dogs?

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    She's crossed with a boxer but I think she got most of the ddb genes although she is fine boned (she's a bit chunky at the moment, she needs to lose a couple of kgs)

    I haven't noticed any problems with Griffens breathing except for the snoring hehe

    I know they generally have a short life span (8-10 years) but I'm not sure if thats due to heart or breathing difficultys. They do know they have big problems with they're hips.

    Griffens my first ddb so I'm still learning about them.

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