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    Default Play Time.....HURTS

    Yesterday i was playing tag with the dogs, (yes they know how to play) when i was crash tackled by Edge. Felt like a bulldozer hit me!! 2 broken ribs, cracked cartilage and a trip to the hospital later and he has turned into the most apologetic animal i have ever seen haha, he knows he hurt me!!!!

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    Hahaha (sorry, i know its not really funny) but just out of curiousity, what breed is Edge? By the sounds of it, he is crossed with a bulldozer lol!!

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    Ouch!

    Playing large dogs crashing into me is a constant worry of mine, with my weak back. Now I know that my fear is justified!

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    Hope you feel better..I don't play tag with mine. But mine do Zoomies around the garden in the evening and morning and often don't look where they are going (looking at one another), I stay well out of the way, because I have had them crash into me and I have landed flat on my back.......Not good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    Hahaha (sorry, i know its not really funny) but just out of curiousity, what breed is Edge? By the sounds of it, he is crossed with a bulldozer lol!!
    he is a VERY big GSD last time i weighed him he went just under 44 kilos. Just a solid dog, not fat haha!! Its massive from what i have seen. His partner in crime is 35, so for a girl she is fairly big compared to other GSDs we have come across.

    I love playing tag with them, just this time i didnt see Edge coming so had no time to brace myself haha.

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    forgive me for sounding daft lol, but does GSD stand for German Shephard? 44kg Jebus, that is a big boy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    forgive me for sounding daft lol, but does GSD stand for German Shephard? 44kg Jebus, that is a big boy!!!
    Yep..German shepherd dog and I agree 44kg is a large boy
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    as i said no fat on him, just a very big boned dog with a lot of muscle, yet he is submissive to Sheeba (the female) I cant figure that one out haha!! Yes he is a big boy...both his parents are HUGE dogs too

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    you will have to put some piccies up of Edge and Sheeba, I tried to have a squiz, but only saw Tia, who is very cute too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    you will have to put some piccies up of Edge and Sheeba, I tried to have a squiz, but only saw Tia, who is very cute too.
    Tia is my swiss shepherd, she is 8 and a half months now and average sized i think, haven't seen another 8 month old swiss shep to compare her to. I'll get onto the pics when i get a new camera...its been destroyed by the dog/ocean haha.

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