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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Kimelac, Feb 19, 2010.
He's 7 months now...
(somewhere between 120 and 130...looking to top out about 250 at 24 months)
I want one, but can't afford one right now. Maybe next year. Awesome looking dog.
Do you call him Sir? I would.
That is a good looking puppy, I bet he leaves anti tank mines on the lawn.
He don't just leave a duece he leaves the whole suite of cards.
Actually - the three questions that we get asked are
1 - What is it?
A) No, it's not a carnivorous horse. (Although I do have that domain name registered http://carnivoroushorse.com )
2 - How much does he eat?
A) Right now it's about 9 cups of food a day. And it's the premium stuff too... no meal or water weight skewing the contents listing...
3 - How much does he crap?
A) Right now it's about 9 cups per day... and it's the premium stuff....looks just like anti-tank mines!
Turner, meet Hooch.
Better buy a bobcat with a scoop to pickup the yard droppings
But really, whats the breed cause he looks awesome
You guys sure look happy together
My sister's English Mastiff just recently passed from heart issues he'd suffered from him his whole life. He was the sweetest, most loyal creature to ever shake the earth with his over-sized steps, and the whole family mourned him.
You picked one of the best, if not the best, breeds to bring into your home. Congrats.
What's his name?
I like dogs more than people. Looks like a good critter you have.
Looks like a great pet but I have heard a saying that says that you should never keep a pet that you can't whip in a straight up fight. Fortunately they are about the gentlest breed of dog out there or so I hear. Maybe YOU can sit on HIS lap and watch TV together. Of course he will control the remote.
What an awesome dog. Nice.
Yes!!! Another Epic Beard Guy fight!!!
what the crap is all over your FACE??????
English Mastiff... and as others have posted here, he is the sweetest animal. If we can get past the puppy stage, we'll be golden... right now he acts like a pony sized puppy...lotsa work.
Sorry to hear about her dog, ours has the same temperment and is a lot fun. He is also a lot of potential damage, to the house, anyone on the property, and I would say anything he can get into his mouth, which nowadays doesn't exclude much.
We named him Magnus which is latin for great as in larger than life...His registered name is Mary's Magnus, as he was a gift for my three year old daughter.
Yeah the baby face is sadly gone... not sure that anyone wants to see what's under here now...