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    Default New partner

    Well I am an Alaskan hunter and she will spend time hunting in alaska so I suppose this is the right forum...

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    Cute pup! Congratulations.
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    what a little gem! Doggies sure do love hunting too.

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    That pup can go anywhere she wants if you ask me. Great new beginning

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    ​what kinda pup is it Bear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjm316 View Post
    ​what kinda pup is it Bear?

    Thank fellas she sure is a cutie. Big hit of course with the kids
    MJM she is a mastiff/ St. Bernard mix so I am trying to enjoy her at this size as it won't last long...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    she is a mastiff/ St. Bernard mix
    Well then its high time to start making her a nice looking wooden keg to carry, eh? Wouldn't that be perfect after ascending a couple thousand feet.... c'mon girl, c'mere... ahhhhh.... draft Heineken on the mountain. Think like McGyver (tvshow). Again, congrats - that sounds like a great mix. I've known a few St. Barnards, and each of them could have used a bit more energy; that mastiff blood has got to nail that issue but good. Nice going.

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    Looks like a great pup and I am sure she will make a great companion around the house and in the woods. I was thinking more along the lines of a doggy pack than a keg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Looks like a great pup and I am sure she will make a great companion around the house and in the woods. I was thinking more along the lines of a doggy pack than a keg.
    Gotta think outside the box. She can carry the keg in full we drink the keg and then fill it with meat for the pack out....that is when we sober up....

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    Looks like mastiff has the more dominate traits in the pup. Good looking friend.
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    Great looking buddy you have there! The wife and I got our kids a black lab pup a few months ago, now 5 months old. Kids and puppies kinda like peanut butter and jelly some things just belong together.

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