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    me too can you tell? haha
    Today is a new day

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    You do realise that this thread is simply useless without photos dont you
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    Bullmastiff jelly legs !
    I know exactly what you mean. Its like they concentrate so much on what the front half is doing they forget about the back half and those big paws just get in the road. Congrats on the new pup and yeah, we need heaps of pictures please.


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    Well, were bringing him home this saturday woohoo, now im over excited because i was expecting another weeks wait so as soon as he gets home im sure you guys will be bombarded with pictures
    Today is a new day

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    Sweet, can't wait to see your new little man

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    Take them both with you.
    plenty of rest/pee breaks but you'll still have to clean up the pee.

    My pup doesnt get car sick. In fact, ive only ever owned 1 dog that got car sick as a pup. But grew out of that.
    Plus your seasoned old faithfull can teach pup how to lay down and be good in a car.

    Have a great trip/bond sesh.

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    He's home hes home omg hes adorable. Diesel wasn't to sure about him at first. Told him off for going near his bowl, told him off for picking up his favourite toy, told him off for climbing on him...all in his first day... but hes gotten used to him he climbs all over him chews his tail and ears, sleeps on his bed. Diesel thinks hes great, lets him have his food ( which we take him away so they eat separate) comes over to him if he starts to cry. He has a pair of fluffy dice and was running past him trying to get him to grab the other end. Hes a very special boy can you tell im so excited Have already started toilet training and hes very clever and quick to pick up... has learnt to go over to the grass already
    Today is a new day

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    Sounds like he's settling in well. Good to hear.

    Pics, pics, pics, we wanna see him !!!!!


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    Yes, you do know that this post is totally useless without pics, don't you?

    The image of Diesel looking after him is very cute.

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    now how do i post pictures straight onto the thread??
    Today is a new day

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