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For dog lovers...BullMastif's "agility" trials.....This will bring a smile..

Old 12-09-2015, 05:38 PM
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Default For dog lovers...BullMastif's "agility" trials.....This will bring a smile..

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...-loves-it.html

Watch the video.....

I really like this dog's personality..........he does this his way ....and in his own time.

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Old 12-09-2015, 05:41 PM
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If that doesn't put a smile on your face then you should have your pulse checked
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Loved it, great
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That's great !!
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Good job Zeus!!!
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I felt a bond with Zeus. lol
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Nothing like large breeds.
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Loved it

My grandson has a pug and he set up a (simplified) course. The little beast (the pug and not my grandson) did it running a full speed. I was unbelievably impressed.

My boxer watched for about 10 15 minutes and when I tried to get him to try (at my grandsons insistence) . . . my dog jumped over a 6 ft retaining wall and went straight to the finish point in a straight line and asked for his treat.

It makes me appreciative that the Mastiff actually did the entire course! and took how own sweet time!

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That's awesome, I have a 5year old Pit but my breeder friend recently started these lovely fellas, already warned the wife.
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I can relate to Zeuss. Some of us are cut out for it, others not so much
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Gonna show this to the wife. Good one.

Edit: She loved it too.

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Great story! Thanks for sharing.
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Slow...and...steady. Good boy Zeus!
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This is funny. Really cool he completed the whole course
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slow is good
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Thanks for sharing. That just about sums it up.

My bullmastiff has been one of the best companions during the past 9 years of his life.

Such a great family dog.
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Good video.

But isn't that a Mastiff and not a Bullmastiff?
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I have had bull mastiffs in the past and have bullmastiff mix now.
I will say that bullmastiff in the vid is very energetic. All of mine would of laid down in the middle and fallen asleep
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Originally Posted by Brezinup View Post
Good video.

But isn't that a Mastiff and not a Bullmastiff?
Yes, looks like an English Mastiff and not a BullMastiff. We used to have a bullmastiff. We would plan to go for a walk and he would make it to the end of my driveway ( about 2 car lenghts ) then just sit down. He was done with his walk at that point.
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