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Every try Taste of the Wild? I know both brands can be popular but it seems like TOTW is preferred by most. I was going to go with BB but more people recommended TOTW so I went with that instead. Besides, it's a little cheaper.
left to right.
bro in laws rat dog
lola (she's my baby)
dusty (she's heavily medicated on anti anxiety pills)
bro in laws boxer, good dog
casino (he's gay, but proud)
otis (he's retarded and happy)
fwiw lola has had severe hip problems since she was young and could barely go up and down the steps. we had to quit running her and taking her on walks and somehow it's gotten exponentially better. good luck.
Loving the truck. I just bought a 72 Chevy pickup. Needs some work but bought it as a project.
how in the world did you get that many dogs to sit still and pose for a pic? Only way mine do is if they are lounging around being lazy.
Here's a decent pic of Gauge and Starry together, lighting a little better so you can see them better.
lol. lot of treat waving and yelling and picture taking. they're all actually good dogs except for the dummy pug that only comes inside to poop.
I've seen that look, from the one on the right, a million times. Gets me everytime.
She has some pretty major emotional issues to go with her medical issues. I posted a pic from when the rescue found her on the last page. Very timid dog and hardly left her cage the first couple weeks we had her. Getting Gauge totally boosted her confidence and turned her into a different dog, though she is still always worried she something wrong.
Gauge is pretty much the opposite. As we like to say, Gauger don't care, Gauger doesn't give a sh*t, he does what he wants.
Lol yea we have a Great Dane and she is carefree and does whatever, whenever. My pit is kinda bi-polar, one second she is wanting all the attention in the world. The next she doesn't want anything to do with anyone. But she has been the smartest and best dog I have ever been around.
Actually, he meant efficacy. I'm not going to get in the middle of this, just wanted to point that out.
Here's my pup:
Awesome. Can you tell me more about Great Danes?
Originally posted by Tyrone Biggums: Auburn is going to have a nus like sleeve of wizard after Bama is done.
What do you want to know?
How are they as puppies?
How expensive is the upkeep?
How do I get one in a solid coat like BTBR's?
Are the social/playful?
How long to they live?
Good with kids?
sorry, all the pictures i have of my dogs are when they are fighting...
i think it would be illegal to post those?
www.yohoodent.com ... errybawdee awn ignorle
Well color me fvcking stupid, lol. My bad dvm. Will honestly say that I have never seen the word efficacy until tonight.
This post was edited by RATT 2 years ago
its oneuh them madikill turms
We have had three, so this is just based off personal experience..
1. Very good. Seem harder to house train then our other dogs. Not to hyper and all only chewed on toys we gave them. Although all liked socks, wouldn't tear them up just stole them.
2. Sheds very little. Once you get them house trained not much upkeep. Always keep toys around for them to chew on.
3. Have to ask him, we always got ours from a person we knew and never asked for any specific type.
4. Very social. Gets along with all of our other dogs and any other dogs. With people gets along great. Only bad thing is they all love sitting on everyone's laps. Playful and always happy to see anyone.
5. This is the downside. Usually anywhere from 5-10 years. 10 if your lucky.
6. Great watchdogs. But does get annoying because every knock, doorbell, sound, they all started barking. When someone enters the house they all barked and sounded mean but only initially. Never bit anyone. (Think it might be their eyesight)
7. Good with kids, but you have to be careful bc of their size. Never anything worse then them accidentally knocking a little one over just bc they are smelling them.
Overall though they are great. Not the smartest but not dumb. Happiest dogs I have ever been around and seem to get attached strongly to the family. Like someone said earlier, they love to sit like a human on couches, pretty funny.
Never owned one EWS but my buddy breeds them and they are GREAT dogs. Basically you are going to get an answer you would like for all of your questions. They can have hip dysplasia problems but I think they average 10 years of life. I'm sure the other guys can tell you more. My buddy would sell one to you solid coated like your looking for and you would only have to go to B'ham to get him.
i know someone who knows someone who does this... she deals with those dogs all the time...
Rocky Mountain Great Dane Rescue
This post was edited by GoingLightBarny 2 years ago
It's all good. Not commonly used at all.
Just realized my pic didn't attach because it was over the size limit. Let's see if this works:
Don't know what kind of dog that is but I'm jealous of the view you were looking at when you took the pic.
We're not positive as to the breed... But it's some sort of spaniel mixed with what is likely a chihuahua. Our best guess is cocker spaniel / chihuahua.
She's crazy as all hell. We've run her for 4 miles then taken her to the dog park for an hour and she's still full of energy that night.
Zoey is what is called a 'Blue.' Just Google 'blue great dane,' and you'll see plenty. Other than that, Tiwbb did a great job answering.
Great dog, very well-mannered. Big ol' dogs who think they're lap dogs. They'll lean against damn near anyone. And knock over half the people they try to lean against. My brother and I grew up with Danes. Bowser sat at the foot of my bed from the day I was born until he passed. I'd consider ours a great watch dog, just because people get the hell scared out of 'em with one bark. They have a loud, deep bark. Guaranteed to scare some of your friends and family the first time they meet.
Overall, I've loved the Danes we've had in our family. I will have a dog after school and it will be a Great Dane.
How much do the "blue's" go for? I don't think my buddy has any blues. He has some fawns, a couple of brindles, and some real dark chocalote one's. I'm sure the blue's go for a pretty fvcking penny.
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