This is a discussion on New home security system( she's a big sweety ) within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Here is a pic of my new gaurd dog Bama Belle . Most BG's will be safe right now unless they have some treats hidden ...
Here is a pic of my new gaurd dog Bama Belle .
Most BG's will be safe right now unless they have some treats
hidden in their socks .
She is an English Mastiff , her mom weighs in at 180 and her dad at 200 .She should be tons of fun and slobber .
We live in a society where pizza gets to your house before the police
Yeah cute. May I suggest buying stock in Purina?
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That dog is adorable! Great choice.
"The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."
Yikes....big paws already. Mine is half English Mastiff.
What a cutie. Congrats. I'm sure she'll be loads of fun and good company.
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Great dog!! Just buy a big poop scoop.
She's a real cutie!
"Gun control is being able to hit your target."
What a sweetie! Congrats! Spoil her!
Aww, Sweet face. Enjoy her company!
"Don't Tread on Me"
My father got a Mastiff..... and one day I heard this BANG..... pause... BANG... pause ... BANG....... and this occurred about 10 + times.
I asked what that was... it was something hitting the back metal screen door really hard. He said "the dog wants in".
I go look out the back door and here is this dog.... backing up about 15 feet and then running full blast at the door and ramming his head into the door. I thought the dog would beat his own head in. I afterwards found out they have very thick skulls in that area. He sure wasn't phased by it. I let him inside.
I"m glad the dog was friendly.
After work one day I decided to go by my father's home, opposite direction for me than home. As I'm driving there I get a call from my sister telling me to "come over to Dad's house NOW". I asked what was wrong, and she wouldn't tell me.
When I got there, there was an ambulance and 3 police cars. I walked up and they said they needed my help... " it appears your father is dead on the kitchen floor.... but no one can get close enough to check him or help him due to the DOG".
I walked into the kitchen (my father was a tall and big man), and his 'BIG' Mastiff is laying on top of him (father laying there on his back) with it's head on his shoulder..... and if anyone made any move toward them, he let them know quickly that was not a wise move and he would take them.
His owner was down, and he was going to protect him from anyone and everything. I have no doubt that the dog defintely meant it too. I called the dog, and he got up and came right over to me..... and I went outside with him while they checked my father.... and loved up the dog for being so loyal and faithful.
My father was dead. He was dead when he hit the floor, and nothing would have helped save him unless they were literally there when he went down.
What I learned about Mastiff's while he owned that dog, gave me a very high respect for them. His dog, went to a woman who was alone, needed a dog to love and that would warn her if someone were around. He had a great home and took to it quickly. She 'read' to him each night when she went to bed. He adapted quickly, as if he knew she needed him..........besides being spoiled rotten by her.
Congrats on your new addition to the family..She's "purdy"...
Sometimes in life you have to stand your ground. It's a hard lesson to learn and even most adults don't get it, but in the end only I can be responsible for my life. If faced with any type of adversity, only I can overcome it. Waiting for someone else to take responsibility is a long fruitless wait.
She is adorable!
Eagleks that was a fine account of how a good dog should be. Sorry about your father, but I'm glad the dog went to a good home.
Congrats, ours is the best dog we've ever had, bar none.
He's 2 years old, the runt of the litter and weighs in at 140 Lbs.
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