Discussion in 'Other Animals and Invertebrate' started by Twitch_80, Jun 9, 2011.
Septic Tank meets Whinging Pom
The new lad..
This is my boy hamish sitting on his mate deegan. Funny boys
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My two bully females sharing the one litter. Quite amazing to watch, particularly for
my beautiful puppies. short hair shepherd is harley long hair shepherd is eddie mini foxi is bella and great dane pup is benson.
These are my three dogs, Bella and American staffy, Gee some fluffy terrier x and Bria Johnson bulldog x American staffy
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Puppies are getting big. Bandogs, Juno and Conan.
Conan turns 1 tomorrow and is already an amazing guard dog and worships the ground I walk on, super smart and obedient, such a fast and powerful dog, he's around 45 kg now and I'd expect him to max out around 50 kg.
His half sister Juno is 3 months younger and already 41 kg so we expect she'll hit at least 55-60 kg like her mum, she's a real lover but has a great guard instinct also which will only get better.
God help anyone if they try to break into our place with this team on the job.
For those Maremma experts out there, she is absolutely snow white when washed. Looking golden here after the toddler covered her in dirt.
He has passed now unfortunately.
Yep, it's a shame dogs can't live for 50+ years like many reptiles and birds can.
Scruffy, the Jack Russell we rescued from the Animal Welfare League. They told us she was only 4, but our vet confirmed our suspicions she was a lot older. Still we enjoyed the 2 years we had with her, and she had a good last home.
Our current canine, Chewie. As a puppy he looked like a miniature Chewbacca, until his first haircut. I always swore I'd never have a little dog, but when my wife fell in love with him, I gave in. The little bugger has won me over now. Shih tsu x mini foxy x toy poodle. My little shadow who was meant to be my wife's lap dog.
here is my 4yo Doberman she is very nice
They just don't look the same since tail docking was outlawed.
I love the look of the ones with the ears cropped so that they are pricked constantly.
This is how I've always pictured dobermans
I hate ear cutting, it's like sharpening a snakes fangs to look more deadly basically.
Yeah not saying I'm a fan of it, just the image that I've always had when I think "doberman".
For a while I thought pitbulls had pointy ears because of how common it was to see them with cut ears.
Originally they were cropped so that when fighting they didn't get cuts on the ears which bleed profusely. More recently it has become a fashion trend so to speak.
These are my favourite dogs.
These are mine.