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Newfoundland Discussions / Re: My Ebony Is Losing Her Backside-SO Sad
« on: November 15, 2009, 10:05:07 am »
at peto they sell like a lifthing thing, you put it around the dogs hips sorta like a harness and you can help her up and down and help her walk, it ease the pain,

im very sorry to hear that this is happening,

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: Murphy update!
« on: November 15, 2009, 10:03:29 am »
wow, he is amazing, he has a PERFECT HEAD!!! thats awesome, your very lucky,

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: bark and bark and bark and more bark
« on: November 15, 2009, 10:01:57 am »
i think will because... HE STILL BARKS, and the volume of his bark seems to be growing with his body, im sure hes doing it basically when he wants to play, and i tryed ignoring it, i tryed saying "NO" and distracting him, no luch, i tryed a squirt bottle.. nothing, infact that makes him bark more, (he LOVES water) lol

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: Sheba is Limping on her back paw!
« on: November 15, 2009, 09:59:48 am »
if there is some thing stuck in her paw (like way down in there ) it might be very hard to see and she would deff. refuse to walk on it, untill the thorn or what ever is removed (we took a trip to arizona once, and there are these weird cactus plants EVERY WHERE and my dog gon a very tiny very pointy thorn stuck between his toes, i had to carry him) so yeah, but i dunno, the best bet would be to see your vet


Newfoundland Pictures / Re: rota is the best swimmer EVER!!!
« on: November 06, 2009, 07:13:18 am »
thanks, im actually thinking about training him for a tiral, i was watching dogs 101 on animal planet and it was about newfs and water trials and its pretty much what he does already so i figured why not see if hes better than other dogs at it? lol

i need to order the rule book and stuff from akc, but hes going back to the beach today (3rd time this week)

does any one know if i should stop taking him when it gets cold? i know there from canada and they still go in the water there when its freezing, but i dont want my boy getting sick, he doesnt seem to mind the temp, but it worrys me,


Newfoundland Pictures / Re: rota is the best swimmer EVER!!!
« on: November 04, 2009, 04:45:19 pm »
sorry i forgot to say if you click the picture that i said was a video it will play LOL ^^^^^^^

Newfoundland Pictures / rota is the best swimmer EVER!!!
« on: November 04, 2009, 04:32:47 pm »
so i took rota for his first off leash experience at a doggy beach with my friend (whose dog loves water and showed him the way) he has never really been intrested in retreiving before, if i threw a toy he might trot along to it and ehh wonder past it and not really bring it back even if he did happen to pick it up dispite my encouragement LOL


i couldnt get him to stop, there was a point where i didnt want the stick any more... but he just KEPT BRINGING IT BACK so that i would throw it out in to the water again

hes amazing, and this isnt some little lake or a river, this is an ocean with waves and its freezing cold and he LOVES it!!!

there was a point there the stick went under the water due to a wave, and i dont know what happened i must have blinked, because ROTA WAS GONE!!!! and i was like OMG MY DOG!! i was already in the water i would have dove in after him i sware he was drownding! but he poped up in the opposite direction (he had to have turned under water) faceing me (he was swimming back) WITH THE STICK IN HIS MOUTH, he wasnt coughing or any thing, so he couldnt have injested water, he held his breath?? i mean he was in deep water i couldnt have touched...

any who

(the other one is my friends dog who loves water)

and here is a short video of him,

oh no, i really hope you can find a home for her check look for a breed specific rescue and they will pay all vet bills before taking her in, please look in to it because they will also ensure that she will go to the proper home with a person who can handle her

if your in la, you will be able to find a rescue for her just google the mastif rescue there should be one in your area

i use to live in LA and the los angelse animal shelter has the highest kill rate of any animal shelter in the united states its a pretty nasty place ive been there a few times most of the dogs are sick and all packed together and most of them are put down, just gettin her out of there has saved her life

good luck

Great Pyrenees Discussions / Re: my uncles dog david
« on: November 03, 2009, 06:51:55 pm »
yeah, i wouldnt believe you if i hadnt seen it, i would think "its a puppy all puppies are kinda hyper and want to play" but yeah, your totally right

Great Pyrenees Discussions / Re: my uncles dog david
« on: November 01, 2009, 09:27:45 am »
yeah i had no idea, i though i was about to go see a white version of rota (my newfoundland) all bouncy and happy and tial waggin and trying to knock people down, but there was this literaly "gentle giant"  thats awesome

i think id recomend them over a newf to any one who wanted a big dog, my boy is ALOT to handle

Newfoundland Pictures / rota bear at 7 months
« on: October 27, 2009, 04:57:58 pm »
hey guys, here is my little boy, hes around 80lbs now and 26 inches at the shoulder

(oh by the way, i had a lady from a newf club tell me that rota WAS a landseer, he was a "heavily marked landseer" )

Great Pyrenees Discussions / my uncles dog david
« on: October 27, 2009, 04:54:06 pm »
hi, i have a newfie, and last weekend i took him to visit my uncles farm, he recently got a great pyrenees, hes now 10 months old and SO MUCH BIGGER than my newfie, hes atleast 60lbs larger if not more than my newf, i dont know much about these amazing dogs but id like to share david with you guys

my uncle owns 87 acres of land and david watches over there sheep and goats, hes very calm for his age (10 months) my newf is 7 months and drags me every where and runs and jumps but david is jus so calm and so gentle i cant believe how mature he acts for his age

any way

here is is

(sorry kinda not the best pic in the world)

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: Puppy picture advice please! :)
« on: October 27, 2009, 04:44:19 pm »
get a photo bucket account, upload your pics to photo bucket then use the "img" code just copy and paste it in the box and the pic should come up

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Re: Nibbling
« on: October 09, 2009, 05:39:27 pm »
exactly!! because if you have ever watched your dog for a long time, when they clean there own fur they do that to them selves,

my dog dose it to me to

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