Ma people show us your dog and why you have them

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  1. Master Dan

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    I got this guy because we have a lot of bears and we hike a lot. But this year the bears came almost to our door steps chasing Musk Ox. He is three now and my daughter 10 and they are just best buddies. They wrestle and play all the time. I never have to worry about my daughter or anyone coming in the door. He is 80 pounds of muscle and teeth and a real butt head when inside or chained in the back of the truck but we love him. His name is Marmaduke but we call him Duke. As MA people what kind of dog do you own.
     
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    This is my 3 lb dog and her name is Yaya. She is a good guard dog. Even when door bell ring on TV, she will bark. She loves to chase horses on the sand beach. She will also bark to any skate board that passed by her. When she met another dog, she would pretend to be friendly. She then attacked. She will attack any dog and she has no fear. Sometime I just call her "dot, dot, dot" because she just has 3 black dots on her face (2 eyes and one nose). When I walked her and when people said, "Oh ...", it always hurt my MA image big time.

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    As soon as spring hits that's June for us when roads are open we head for mountains and climb around. My dog in back he loves to slide down glacier snow on his belly and climb up rocks. He is half Labrador and half pit bull. He was supposed to be 100% Labrador but they lied on the internet about his age and falsified his vet papers but we love him anyway. My daughter and friends like to climb and pose a lot. Notice the ocean in background still has a lot ice in June.
     
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    OMG my daughter is going to love these my lab pit loves water and eats grass like a moose but will not go in deep enough to swim he is a wanny but can swim if we through him in
     
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    So do you ever take him hunting? He looks like he would be good at that.
     
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    That was good ol' Buka. I was more worried about someone breaking in and stealing him than I was of them breaking in.

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    That was Bandit when he was 15. Great dog.

    I've only had Staffs and Pits. Fell in love with both breeds back in the 70's. Waiting on another one now. Never got them for protection, but like most dogs, they seem to sense that all on their own. I think my dogs have been better judges of character than I'll ever be.

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    Bandit, Peekaboo, Shakia, Buka. Good pups.123
     
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