Great Danes

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    Any dane lovers here? I have 2 harlequins.
     
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    Danes are cute, but I prefer Mastiffs.
     
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    dobermans here....
     
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    Dobies are very pretty, but the wrong temperment for me.
     
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    My big boy is a saint..and I WUBBS him!

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    Note the slobber rope from his mouth in this last one.

    He is my precious darling.
     
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    That's a Rough Coat St. Bernie isn't it?

    He's terribly cute and thin too!

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    Had one.

    Watch that hip thing.
     
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    wrong temperament


    dobies are now breed to be family pets.....they have no temperament....but to love and be with you....mine is trained to be within 3 ft of me...seemed like a good idea at the time...but causes issues...

    but yea he will kill for me...if that is the temperament you are referring too.....hell so will that mastiff they tend to be a bit surly
     
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    Oh I know that. I've met many fine ones. They're just a bit too hyper for me and some like to bark way too much. But that's been my experience, so I know that their temperment in these areas are not so great for me. I'm not saying one bit that they're a dangerous dog any more than my Mastiffs are. My doodlebug would swallow them whole. ;)
     
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    That's a problem for all big dogs.
     

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