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Old 05-26-2003, 09:22 PM
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OT-Weird Dog Toys

Ok....this is a picture of the biggest rotweiler I've ever seen...appropriately named "Jake"! He is 205# and looks like a damn bear! Is out in the country near my boat storage and he has plenty of room to roam. The dog is such a big baby....he makes this very intimidating growling/moaning sound when you fuss over him and pet him. He's an outside dog so I'm not sure where he found this toy....he goes berzerk when you tell him to get his "chain". Talk about a riot!!!!!
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A better picture
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Old 05-26-2003, 10:24 PM
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Big dogs need big toys.
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Big Dogs RULE!
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man... dont piss THAT dog off!

I thought my brothers dog at 105#'s was big... she is NOTHING compared to that!
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Looks like he's just warmin' up!!!

Shane, BIG DOGS do rule!!!!
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LOL.... I had a Rottie for 12 years and his favorite toy was a sawed off piece of telephone pole that weighed around 20 pounds. And yes he would pick it up and throw it !!! I always thought it would end up going through my sliding glass doors. I still have the "toy" just so I can remember "Duke". Wardey
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Here's a picture of my Duke. He was about 180 pounds in this picture. I still remember the day that I got him home when he was about 6 weeks old. My girlfriend at the time says "I can't believe you got a pitbull", I said "he's not a pit, he's a mastiff mix ". She had no idea what she was in for. His toy was an old car tire.
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You will be buying false teeth for him soon.Chain is not a good chew toy.
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Originally posted by Steve 1
You will be buying false teeth for him soon.Chain is not a good chew toy.
Uh...you want to tell him??

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