Let's see those REAL dogs...

Stephen4036

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no ankle biters please... if its a "working" dog or just looks bad ass post em up!

Kady (adopted her about 4 months ago) she's 2 1/2 now...

German Shepherd/American Shepherd/Husky

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that's kind of the reason I put "real" dogs so someone would google search "ugliest small dog" and post a picture lol.
 

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My two killers Oscar and Joey, and they are not ankle biters they would never think about biting anyone.
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don't need a gaurd dog I have a bunch of these
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our blue dane 'hero.'
best damn dog ive ever had...
first three pics 2-4 months old, 3rd pic about 7 months old, last pic where he's at now, 18 months old.
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our blue dane 'hero.'
best damn dog ive ever had...
first three pics 2-4 months old, 3rd pic about 7 months old, last pic where he's at now, 18 months old.

Best dogs ever. I have a blue Dane as well as a Black one. Blue dane is 14 months old and the black is just over 2 years. I'll have to get some pics up!
 

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I see there are people that can't read, I wanted to see what the op said but there are to many people posting pics of over grown rats.....
 

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I see there are people that can't read, I wanted to see what the op said but there are to many people posting pics of over grown rats.....

I believe you cant read....see below

just looks bad ass post em up!

oh, and do you know what those "rats" were bred for? ya, climbing in holes in the ground and tearing gophers up to shreds...sounds like a "working" dog to me
 
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I believe you cant read....see below



oh, and do you know what those "rats" were bred for? ya, climbing in holes in the ground and tearing gophers up to shreds...sounds like a "working" dog to me

And do any of them on this thread do that NO they are lap dogs not "working dogs" when ever I see those kinda dogs I just want kick them like a football.
 
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I believe you cant read....see below



oh, and do you know what those "rats" were bred for? ya, climbing in holes in the ground and tearing gophers up to shreds...sounds like a "working" dog to me

You don't have to defend ur snake food... If anyone wanted a rat on a leash why not just buy a ferret?

Maximus at 8 weeks:

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About a year ago:
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Hes almost 2 years old and weighs in at about 80 lbs now. Best dog I've ever been around.
 
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Here's my bull terrier Izzy. I know you say no lap dogs but everyday when I get home she's on my lap cuddling. All 45 pounds of her. lol

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When I first got her.

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German Shorthair Pointer at about 10 weeks old.

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Minutes before he orchestrated a prison break for him and the rest of the litter. He is a little bit too smart.

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