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Discussion in 'Dogs - all breeds / types' started by Jamiya, Aug 4, 2004.

  1. ChronicBlue

    ChronicBlue New Member

    Mastifs :eek: i love them. my pup is half maastif and just likes to lounge around all day, cept when its time to eat.
  2. pyrmom

    pyrmom New Member

    The Pyr in the Av photo is Beau, he's still a pup at just 1 year of age. All of mine are great with the grandchildren, gentle giants for sure. They WILL come and get you if the baby has a stinky diaper though, there IS a limit to just what they'll take! Ear puppling, tail pulling, using them as jungle gym...all ok, but they fraw the line at a stinky diaper~ :lol:
  3. Jamiya

    Jamiya New Member

    Sargesmom - I was asking because my sister's sister-in-law was looking into getting a new dog. Her husband brought home a puppy without asking first, but it was a husky-wolf mix of some sort. Since she has small children, a cat, and a Pomeranian, she was thinking this breed of pup would not work out. She wanted to research breeds, but really all she said was she wanted a "bigger" dog (bigger than a Pom is just about anything) that's good with kids.
  4. Maori

    Maori New Member

    I also agree for The Great Pyrenees. I so belive they are the "Gentleman of the Mountain".

    Nice pics of your "companions" pyrmom.
  5. pyrmom

    pyrmom New Member

    Thank you. I do love my furry kids~ "beasties" that they sometimes are!
  6. Sarge'smom

    Sarge'smom New Member

    Yes, I will have to continue to live in my delusion where I believe that I will someday find a Tibetan Mastiff and a Great Pyr that are being given away for free. To me. :shock: It could happen. :shock: well, crap. Probably not. :?
  7. pyrmom

    pyrmom New Member

    Darge'smom, I forgot to tell you that I have a friend who is quite involved in Pyr rescue and she sometimes places them for no fee (depending on HER expenses). Only problem might be that we are both in FL.

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