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    I just got Lucy on Saturday. She's a real handful, but it's worth it.


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    That's a good lookin dog!

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    I've got a houseful. Six German Shepherds.

    Wulf
    Kaiser
    Nara
    Kali
    Raven
    and della
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    Thanks to everyone who has contributed -so far! A great and interesting selection of canine companions!

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    Woody - Lurcher
    Sleeping now, as usual, will post pictures later, when he's awake!

    I found one from earlier this year

    I'll have to do a new post, to post it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn View Post
    We have 2 Bulldogs and a Bernese Mountain Dog. Way fun animals.

    Hildie, puppy Stella and Uncle Leo:

    Lynn
    Lynn, the 2nd one is actualy Winston Churchill - please return him!

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    Here is Woody with daughter No1 (Ella)

    Yes, he's on the bum, again!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJock View Post
    Myself with Bob when he was about 6monyhs old (twice the size now) and our two mutts togetherthe Labrador is an ace gun dog!
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    Are you sure thats an English mastiff, or is that what you tell others In old times they were called bandogges you know

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    Three old staffies plus this trouble maker.




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    Quote Originally Posted by davisbonanza View Post
    Russel,
    The owner of the bike shop I used to work at has two danes. They often came to work with Nelo and despite their size were great shop dogs. He lost his female, Zima, last year but you will be happy to know he rescued another gentle giant. Gouga belonged to a nice guy who could not afford to take care of such a big dog and he could not have found a better new home. Nelo also has a rescue pit, Vino. I will try to get some pictures up of those rascals as well as my brindle pit lab mix, Dante.

    Great dog photos everyone!
    They are just great dogs, all around! Very calm most of the time, surprisingly coordinated with those long legs and amazingly conscious of their movements. It's easy to forget how big they really are because of those traits.

    If there's one thing that bugs me about him, it's that he's bound and determined to be a scent-hound but hasn't decided what he's trying to track down with that giant nose of his. I mean he just has to smell everything that is somehow new to him; the mail especially packages, people that have been out of his sight for more than a few minutes, the food your trying to eat, fresh clothes in the morning, the entire backyard at least twice a day, the list goes on....

    It really amuses me more than anything but it'd be nice if we could somehow put it to good use, like tracking down antique razors/stones .
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