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58 minutes ago, RandomGuy. said:

He's feeling a bit left out since the baby came along, I think, but still tries to defend the child every time a nappy change happens.

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Cracking looking dog. Congratulations on the kid, too!

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Rare instance of tiring Fern out on her holidays - she fell asleep while chewing her antler.

PS she was on the lead at Dunadd and the ancient (and bold) sheep took us by surprise at the top - no risk/harm involved.

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7 minutes ago, Florentine_Pogen said:

great-dane-hug.gif.384a1e7682b2d72ad62d3c0155045544.gif Just wait a few weeks...........................

I know, I heard Great Danes never stop being lap dogs. Pray for my hips!

With her size, it's easy to forget that she is still a puppy, her first time she will be able to go for a walk is tomorrow. The Rotty wasn't this big as a pup.

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4 minutes ago, johnnydun said:

I know, I heard Great Danes never stop being lap dogs. Pray for my hips!

With her size, it's easy to forget that she is still a puppy, her first time she will be able to go for a walk is tomorrow. The Rotty wasn't this big as a pup.

Great Dane x Bull Mastiff isn't she ? She is going to be some size when fully grown.

 

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2 minutes ago, Florentine_Pogen said:

Great Dane x Bull Mastiff isn't she ? She is going to be some size when fully grown.

 

Yeah, they are sometimes known as Daniff's. But I'm not a fan of the mixed names that folk give to mixed breeds.

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2 hours ago, johnnydun said:

Yeah, they are sometimes known as Daniff's. But I'm not a fan of the mixed names that folk give to mixed breeds.

You and me both. Our two, apparently, are a Spanador (Cocker x Lab) and a Labradoodle (Lab x Poodle). Not to me they're not - acouple of mutts and none the worse for it.

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