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Last post 3 weeks ago by Mrs. dpnewell. 27 replies replies.
For IUROX, Now This Is a DOG!
dpnewell Offline
#1 Posted:
Joined: 03-16-2009
Posts: 7,491
This is George, my daily herfing bud. He's a 8 year old male English Mastiff. 250 lbs., 34" at the withers. Gentle as a lamb, but has the roar of a lion, lol.
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jojoc Offline
#2 Posted:
Joined: 03-05-2007
Posts: 6,265
nice looking dog!


considering an English Mastiff for our next dog. How are the Mastiffs with young kids?

We have a yellow Lab that is starting to show his age. Damn, that is going to be a hard day when the time comes .....
big chief Offline
#3 Posted:
Joined: 02-05-2008
Posts: 10,378
is that an electric truck tire you got mounted up there to give him somehing to destroy between naps?











lol...I love big dogs and would probably own a Dane if they were not so gaddam BIG
haon123 Offline
#4 Posted:
Joined: 10-18-2008
Posts: 1,328
Geez, 250? Do you have a wheelbarrow for the poop?
duwan Offline
#5 Posted:
Joined: 01-17-2009
Posts: 8,196
How much a big ole dog like that eat?
sanity1082 Offline
#6 Posted:
Joined: 09-14-2009
Posts: 1,874
Nice mastiff! one breed of dog i cant wait to own
IUROX Offline
#7 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2006
Posts: 10,357
Had some big ones as well.


He is a stud!


Posted pics of our real dog as well! LOL
Guido099 Offline
#8 Posted:
Joined: 09-11-2009
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I have a bullmastiff. She's no were near this big. However she is very strong, I can't imagine how strong a big boy like this is! I would not recommend a mastiff for small children. Not that they are mean dogs, but they will knock a kid down just wanting to play.
IUROX Offline
#9 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2006
Posts: 10,357
LOL how many times did you have to yell to get him to move his head!



What biiiigggg baaaaby!
f16devils Offline
#10 Posted:
Joined: 05-07-2005
Posts: 6,848
George is the most laid back dog that I have ever met. I remember sitting on dpnewell's front porch and a car turned around to ask what type of dog he is.
dpnewell Offline
#11 Posted:
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^Yes, this happens a couple times a day. Folk will stop in the middle of traffic, roll down their window and start asking questions. Getting to the point where I'm about ready to put up a sign. "He's an English Mastiff, he weights 250 lbs, he's usually very gentle, BUT I DON'T THINK HE LIKES YOU!!" LMAO.
dpnewell Offline
#12 Posted:
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#2 Jojoc,
Very gentle, but not good with little kids. They crave affection and physical contact, so they tend to knock over kids without meaning to.

Also, very short life span. Six to ten years on average. George is only seven and his muzzle is almost all gray.
dpnewell Offline
#13 Posted:
Joined: 03-16-2009
Posts: 7,491
#7 Iurox,
Have a confession. After jabbing you about your new pup, our other dog is a Pomeranian. I refer to her as "the rat dog".
IUROX Offline
#14 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2006
Posts: 10,357
LMFAO A pommy? LOL! You are a real man for admitting that!
IUROX Offline
#15 Posted:
Joined: 08-11-2006
Posts: 10,357
Funny how our ole lady's dogs grow on us!



LOLLMFAO!

Well gotta give somewhere!
gringococolo Offline
#16 Posted:
Joined: 02-04-2006
Posts: 4,613
Shoot - he's only as big as one of Pacman's legs (from what I hear).

Nice looking pup.
whtwtrman79 Offline
#17 Posted:
Joined: 07-23-2012
Posts: 2,319
Gotta love having a smoking buddy, I've got a fifteen year old demented pug that just want to hang out, love food as much as I love cigars
Ilovetosmoke68 Offline
#18 Posted:
Joined: 07-10-2012
Posts: 2,356
I love dogs







































They are delicious!
dpnewell Offline
#19 Posted:
Joined: 03-16-2009
Posts: 7,491
Rest In Peace, big boy. Smoking without you just isn't the same. May you run free in warm meadows, besides streams of cool water.
Guido099 Offline
#20 Posted:
Joined: 09-11-2009
Posts: 4,928
Sorry for your loss :(


Odd looking back at this, my bullmastiff pass away the month after this thread was started. I still miss her too.
niteorday Offline
#21 Posted:
Joined: 02-29-2004
Posts: 4,209
so very sad
we have four there to meet him
DrafterX Offline
#22 Posted:
Joined: 10-18-2005
Posts: 88,284
RIP George..... Crying
GrayBeard2 Offline
#23 Posted:
Joined: 11-17-2008
Posts: 753


Do I see George II just around the corner? Never easy losing a pet, some more than others and it looks like you lost a real prize.
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#24 Posted:
Joined: 08-23-2014
Posts: 1,020
Just sitting here remembering George. I can't believe he's been gone for almost 7 years. I still miss him big time.

David
KingoftheCove Offline
#25 Posted:
Joined: 10-08-2011
Posts: 5,393
The older we get, the quicker “time” goes by....

A math/perception thingy.......kinda......sorta......
All I know is, I remember thinking how crowded the sky’s were gonna be in the 90s with all the flying cars.....
Speyside Offline
#26 Posted:
Joined: 03-16-2015
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Dave, certain dogs you never forget. My last one Maeve was like that. Its been 4 years and I miss her every day. We had a set drinking smoking routine. I got started, she jumped up and laid down in my lap. Then went to sleep. Every once in a while I look down expecting to see her there. I am only now thinking about another dog.
Mrs. dpnewell Offline
#27 Posted:
Joined: 08-23-2014
Posts: 1,020
Yes Spey, there is always that one dog. Though I love and miss George, my once in a lifetime friend was Gus. He was a 165 lb. male Rottweiler. You can see his photo in my closed account's avatar above. He was my shadow. No matter where I went, he was at my side 24/7. I lost him after only 5 short years to bone cancer. I couldn't function for weeks and suffered from deep depression for several years.

David
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