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  • The New Dog

    My Sons new dog he just rescued out of a RSPCA shelter.
    He has just spent the last 3 months in the shelter, he 12 months old now.

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    Cheers, Brad.

  • #2
    Handsome boy. Bet he's glad to have finally found a loving home.

    Nice result
    Alan

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    • Ironwood
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      Cheers Alan. He's certainly a happy dog.

  • #3
    Agree with Alan. #3 is a wonderful pose. You'd never get a poodle to do that!!
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    • Ironwood
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      A Poodle hes not. He showed no regard for the photographer, not interested in striking any poses for too long, theres too much to see in this new place

  • #4
    Great looking Dog and even moreso because he was rescued.......

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    • Ironwood
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      Yes , it really makes you wonder how he ended up in that place, he's such a nice dog.

  • #5
    Nice Brad. Looks like he's got more than a bit of Bull Arab in him. I've got one myself. Excellent dogs.

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    • #6
      Originally posted by Toddyh View Post
      Nice Brad. Looks like he's got more than a bit of Bull Arab in him. I've got one myself. Excellent dogs.
      Well spotted Todd, they said he is a Bull Arab.
      Cheers, Brad.

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      • #7
        Nice looking fellow. We have what is an old Heinz Border Collie that must have been abused. It took quite a while before she wouldn't cringe if a male came near. Years before she approached a man other than myself. Still won't eat if you stand and watch her when you put the food out, and she is now 13 years old.
        Better a full bottle in front of me
        than a full frontal lobotomy.
        Hans

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        • Ironwood
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          Hans, it's sad that she remembers being mistreated after so long, at least she is in a loving home now.

      • #8
        Congratulations .. yeh definitely some Bull Arab going on there and maybe Mastiff of sorts ? ...He reminds me of Flamingo who was adopted up here last year. We get loads of Bull Arab mixes and Staffy mixes here in Cairns.
        A rescue dog rocks love the photos too.
        Anna
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        • #9
          Originally posted by millicat View Post
          Congratulations .. yeh definitely some Bull Arab going on there and maybe Mastiff of sorts ? ...He reminds me of Flamingo who was adopted up here last year. We get loads of Bull Arab mixes and Staffy mixes here in Cairns. A rescue dog rocks love the photos too.
          Cheers Anna. My son drove up to Townsville to get him, they just said he was Bull Arab, not sure if there's anything else in him but doesn't really matter, he's a great dog.
          Cheers, Brad.

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          • #10
            good work on him getting a rescue dog. 3rd shot has the best of the conditions. good pose also. nice one
            Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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            • Ironwood
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              Cheers Stephen.
              Yes, pity more people don't go the rescue dog option when looking for a new dog.
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