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My 130 pound German Shepard...

 
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My face is all wet. Sadone Love those men. Bigie is an older dog too. Such loving eyes. Hope he got a good home with someone who appreciates him.
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For real. How can you look into any dogs eyes and not feel love?
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Here's the weigh in we did with Charlie Christmas Day, my son went on the scale first, then he picked up Charlie and weighed and we did the math. Had to be there, it was funny!

How do you weigh your dog OP? Like this? LOL

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My fucking coyote mix still made me take him out for a walk earlier this week while I was sneezing all over the place and my running nose never stopped running. 30 minutes of walking was all he cared about and he leaves me alone rest of the day.

Very loyal but damn it, I wish he'd just do his business in the backyard for once while I rest.
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My face is all wet. Sadone Love those men. Bigie is an older dog too. Such loving eyes. Hope he got a good home with someone who appreciates him.
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Mine too, see how the dog wagged his tale at first petting? Awww. Awesome guys to do this! Good stories like this need to be seen more often. Gives me hope in us humans. verysad
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Kate - nice! not sure who is cuter your son or your dog..lol! This is exactly how I weigh mine but he's only 50 pds thank god.
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Kate - nice! not sure who is cuter your son or your dog..lol! This is exactly how I weigh mine but he's only 50 pds thank god.
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LOL, both are cute to me.
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The gsd I grew up with in the mid 70's was a police reject my dad was given at 2yrs of age and weighed in at 115 pds of solid muscle. Most american gsd's today are pathetic or the owners are afraid to feed them and/or work them because of hip issues; it's sad.
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I'm 6'2" and 230. My scale would blow up with me and Reggie on it. He gets check ups every 6 months to check his hips. The vet weighs him.
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Sounds like you have a wonderful pet. Take good care of him.



Here's my 70lbs. shepherd with traits of husky.

Shuka
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I love dogs. Mine have taught me a lot.


Ruca my female pitt
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Zion my 170 pound South African Mastiff
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Thank you. We have him trained so that when we say " watch him" and point at someone or even the tv he will curl his lip and show his teeth and do a deep belly growl. He is awesome.

He loves kids and puppies too.
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You're fortunate to have him and he's fortunate to have you.
They are soooo intelligent. The number of words they can learn is mind boggling. Sometimes you don't even need words. They just "know".

My dog "finds" things. When I tell him to find his ball, he'll bring me one. If it's a green one, I tell him, "not that one, find the blue one", and he gets it. If he drops it in front of me I tell him to put it in my lap, and he does.

Better stop now. It's hard to turn it off when talking about our loving and loved dogs. rockon
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That is awesome. Reggie's favorite toy is a big red Kong ball. We can hide it anywhere and he will find it within a few minutes. They are so smart.
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GSDs are miraculous!

Nice that you found Kong toys for him; dogs with strong jaws usually cannot shred them and I've never known of any that could tear up the even stronger black Kong toys.
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My fucking coyote mix still made me take him out for a walk earlier this week while I was sneezing all over the place and my running nose never stopped running. 30 minutes of walking was all he cared about and he leaves me alone rest of the day.

Very loyal but damn it, I wish he'd just do his business in the backyard for once while I rest.
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coyote mix? Does he have the ears?

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I love dogs. Mine have taught me a lot.


Ruca my female pitt
[link to img163.imageshack.us]

Zion my 170 pound South African Mastiff
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Beautiful dogs. Maybe if you're nice, Zion will share a seat with you. peace
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His name is Reggie. We picked him out of the litter. He is crazy smart. He knows when we need love. He is the greatest dog ever.

I just wanted to toss that out there. I have a cold an feel like crap and he just lays his huge head on me. He loves the family unconditionaly.

He is the shit. I just wanted to tell you about him. He is a bad ass frisbee dog too. I love Reggie!
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My babies names is Jessie James. She is 157 pounds of pure GSD. She is the most amazing animal. We actually adopted her from a K9 unit that was being trained and she was just an extra. Best addition to our family.
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cool
my dog defended me against an assailant on the street today,
I hardly walk around without him anymore.
soon as the idiot touched me the dog went for his leg.
Of course he threatened to kill my dog and then threatened to kill me before running away like a little bitch. I'm sure he would have tried something more if the dog wasn't at my side. Poor pooch might have to take a bullet for me sooner or later, however if thats the case, he will be avenged!
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I love dogs. Mine have taught me a lot.


Ruca my female pitt
[link to img163.imageshack.us]

Zion my 170 pound South African Mastiff
[link to img707.imageshack.us]
 Quoting: RootzGemini


Beautiful dogs. Maybe if you're nice, Zion will share a seat with you. peace
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Thank you kindly Nine's. I have never seen a dog with so much love in his heart. He's my buddy. When I sing Whitney's I will always love you he jumps up on my lap and howls to the chorus. Only to that song :)
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His name is Reggie. We picked him out of the litter. He is crazy smart. He knows when we need love. He is the greatest dog ever.

I just wanted to toss that out there. I have a cold an feel like crap and he just lays his huge head on me. He loves the family unconditionaly.

He is the shit. I just wanted to tell you about him. He is a bad ass frisbee dog too. I love Reggie!
 Quoting: j994k


My babies names is Jessie James. She is 157 pounds of pure GSD. She is the most amazing animal. We actually adopted her from a K9 unit that was being trained and she was just an extra. Best addition to our family.
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Congrats to you. Jessie James must be a fine animal. Though my opinion of most cops isn't positive, I have friends who are cops. One of them trains PD's trainers all over the country on firearms and some other things. As a result, many cops visit and they work with the dogs. I've been fortunate to have my last dog included when they trained and/or tracked and be able to film them and know them. They are incredible. Here's a video for Jesse James. 8)
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I love dogs. Mine have taught me a lot.


Ruca my female pitt
[link to img163.imageshack.us]

Zion my 170 pound South African Mastiff
[link to img707.imageshack.us]
 Quoting: RootzGemini


Beautiful dogs. Maybe if you're nice, Zion will share a seat with you. peace
 Quoting: Nine's


Thank you kindly Nine's. I have never seen a dog with so much love in his heart. He's my buddy. When I sing Whitney's I will always love you he jumps up on my lap and howls to the chorus. Only to that song :)
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lmao That made me laugh. That must be a scene. You should film it. Thank you for sharing them. They are so fortunate to have a proud owner. I'm sure they're equally proud of you.

You're fortunate to have a duo to I will always love you. Must be hard having enough air to sing with him in your lap! LOL.
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His name is Reggie. We picked him out of the litter. He is crazy smart. He knows when we need love. He is the greatest dog ever.

I just wanted to toss that out there. I have a cold an feel like crap and he just lays his huge head on me. He loves the family unconditionaly.

He is the shit. I just wanted to tell you about him. He is a bad ass frisbee dog too. I love Reggie!
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If you have a true pure bred German Shepherd, then he is grossly over weight.

Male German Shepherds should not be over 100 pounds.

And, yes, I fully expect a bunch of morons to talk about their 200 pound german shepherds yadda yadda. Save your breathe.
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I have a shepherd, his weight is 120 and he is 14 years old. The larger shepherds are sometimes called "old fashion" shepherds or "large boned" shepherds. They are big dogs, not the smaller police type shepherds. 120 - 130 is not overweight for these types of shepherds

Ideal weight for shepherds vary and not all shepherds are the type you typically see in K-9 units

Males:

Height at the wither: 24 to 26 Inches

Weight: 60-130 pounds


Females:

Height at the wither: 22 to 24 Inches

Weight: 45-110 pounds
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If you have a true pure bred German Shepherd, then he is grossly over weight.

Male German Shepherds should not be over 100 pounds.

And, yes, I fully expect a bunch of morons to talk about their 200 pound german shepherds yadda yadda. Save your breathe.
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Well ac 376 You Are Incorrect, it is the American GSD's that you are talking about...

The German GSD's are Larger and Heaver then their American Counter Parts...

My last one was 125# and 30" tall and could Mouth a Basket Ball he made it to 11 YO...


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PS:They differ in color and size as well, with German-bred Shepherds tending to be larger and darker than the American lines.

Read more: Differences Between German & American German Shepherd Dogs | eHow.com [link to www.ehow.com]
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OP upload some pics!

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I love dogs. Mine have taught me a lot.


Ruca my female pitt
[link to img163.imageshack.us]

Zion my 170 pound South African Mastiff
[link to img707.imageshack.us]
 Quoting: RootzGemini


Beautiful dogs. Maybe if you're nice, Zion will share a seat with you. peace
 Quoting: Nine's


Thank you kindly Nine's. I have never seen a dog with so much love in his heart. He's my buddy. When I sing Whitney's I will always love you he jumps up on my lap and howls to the chorus. Only to that song :)
 Quoting: RootzGemini


lmao That made me laugh. That must be a scene. You should film it. Thank you for sharing them. They are so fortunate to have a proud owner. I'm sure they're equally proud of you.

You're fortunate to have a duo to I will always love you. Must be hard having enough air to sing with him in your lap! LOL.
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They are my heart and soul. You get used to Zion. He sits in your lap then leans back like he's a person, a snuggly man. Ruca is sweet but only really cares about playing fetch all day long.
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If you have a true pure bred German Shepherd, then he is grossly over weight.

Male German Shepherds should not be over 100 pounds.

And, yes, I fully expect a bunch of morons to talk about their 200 pound german shepherds yadda yadda. Save your breathe.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6411376




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Well ac 376 You Are Incorrect, it is the American GSD's that you are talking about...

The German GSD's are Larger and Heaver then their American Counter Parts...

My last one was 125# and 30" tall and could Mouth a Basket Ball he made it to 11 YO...


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PS:They differ in color and size as well, with German-bred Shepherds tending to be larger and darker than the American lines.

Read more: Differences Between German & American German Shepherd Dogs | eHow.com [link to www.ehow.com]
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Actually you are wrong. You should revisit the German breed standard. The Germans are very specific as to what types of dogs are and are not to be bred. American lines have no real standard or breed regulations for that matter, and tend to be bigger. That being said, dogs that are neutered tend to grow larger than they are genetically predisposed to.
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Beautiful dogs. Maybe if you're nice, Zion will share a seat with you. peace
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Thank you kindly Nine's. I have never seen a dog with so much love in his heart. He's my buddy. When I sing Whitney's I will always love you he jumps up on my lap and howls to the chorus. Only to that song :)
 Quoting: RootzGemini


lmao That made me laugh. That must be a scene. You should film it. Thank you for sharing them. They are so fortunate to have a proud owner. I'm sure they're equally proud of you.

You're fortunate to have a duo to I will always love you. Must be hard having enough air to sing with him in your lap! LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's



They are my heart and soul. You get used to Zion. He sits in your lap then leans back like he's a person, a snuggly man. Ruca is sweet but only really cares about playing fetch all day long.
 Quoting: RootzGemini


How well I know. LOL. Zion sounds like a real character. One of those dogs that you're alway laughing with or having warm fuzzy feelings toward.

Does Ruca constantly bring you balls wanting you to go play?
Sweet as it is and patient as they are, it can get a little annoying when you're real busy, can't it?

Easily half the time I'm sitting, there's a ball that's been placed in my lap with it's owner staring intently, watching my every move, hoping that the next move will be toward the ball and he'll hear "ok, let's go." LOL.
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Thank you kindly Nine's. I have never seen a dog with so much love in his heart. He's my buddy. When I sing Whitney's I will always love you he jumps up on my lap and howls to the chorus. Only to that song :)
 Quoting: RootzGemini


lmao That made me laugh. That must be a scene. You should film it. Thank you for sharing them. They are so fortunate to have a proud owner. I'm sure they're equally proud of you.

You're fortunate to have a duo to I will always love you. Must be hard having enough air to sing with him in your lap! LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's



They are my heart and soul. You get used to Zion. He sits in your lap then leans back like he's a person, a snuggly man. Ruca is sweet but only really cares about playing fetch all day long.
 Quoting: RootzGemini


How well I know. LOL. Zion sounds like a real character. One of those dogs that you're alway laughing with or having warm fuzzy feelings toward.

Does Ruca constantly bring you balls wanting you to go play?
Sweet as it is and patient as they are, it can get a little annoying when you're real busy, can't it?

Easily half the time I'm sitting, there's a ball that's been placed in my lap with it's owner staring intently, watching my every move, hoping that the next move will be toward the ball and he'll hear "ok, let's go." LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's


She wants to play all day long. It is a little annoying when she pushes you, but she's a sweetheart. Anytime when she's laying down and resting and I show her love... she takes that as time to play and she'll get up and get the ball. She's my alarm clock. Me and Zion can sleep in all day. He's my buddy.
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I love this thread. It is so heart warming to see individuals who love their animal companions as much as you obviously do, OP.

I have been around working breeds my whole life: GSD's, Kelpies, Border Collies, and Blue Heelers. They are all incredibly intelligent dogs, and utterly beautiful.

Five years ago, my last dog died. Circumstances did not allow for another dog at the time. It was a long five years.


Now, while I am not comfortable sharing my story here, a series of events occurred last year that left me with nothing but the clothes on my back, and what I brought back from the US on the plane in my suitcase after a holiday there. I was given somewhere to stay by a very generous stranger who is now a very good friend.

It has been a difficult year but, six weeks ago, we were given a six week old puppy to foster. She was far too young to be taken from her mother, and was taken to a home with a small child who was allowed to continually pick this puppy up and drop her on her head! (Yes, when she was brought here we had her checked by a vet and no damage appears to have been done; at least physically)

Long story short? My house mate (who gave me the place to stay) saw just how much the puppy and I thrived in each other's company. Her foster home is now her 'forever home' and she is laying at my feet now; both of us freshly washed and only lightly towel dried, as we try to get cool in this awful heat.

Her name is Topaz. She is the child of a pedigree English Mastiff that was somehow allowed to breed with a pedigree Staffordshire Bull Terrier! While she is not as intelligent as the dogs I am used to, she is still smart and has a beautiful temperament. She is now 12 weeks old and has learned 'sit', 'stay', heel', 'sit AND stay', and is about to learn 'drop'. We are healing each other in our own way. She is happiest when she is in my company and I feel content in hers. I just uploaded two photos of her as custom smilies. Topaz Topazagain

Not trying to hijack your thread at all OP. Your Reggie sounds like an incredible dog. These animals can heal hearts and make houses homes. Thank you for sharing a bit about Reggie here.hf
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lmao That made me laugh. That must be a scene. You should film it. Thank you for sharing them. They are so fortunate to have a proud owner. I'm sure they're equally proud of you.

You're fortunate to have a duo to I will always love you. Must be hard having enough air to sing with him in your lap! LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's



They are my heart and soul. You get used to Zion. He sits in your lap then leans back like he's a person, a snuggly man. Ruca is sweet but only really cares about playing fetch all day long.
 Quoting: RootzGemini


How well I know. LOL. Zion sounds like a real character. One of those dogs that you're alway laughing with or having warm fuzzy feelings toward.

Does Ruca constantly bring you balls wanting you to go play?
Sweet as it is and patient as they are, it can get a little annoying when you're real busy, can't it?

Easily half the time I'm sitting, there's a ball that's been placed in my lap with it's owner staring intently, watching my every move, hoping that the next move will be toward the ball and he'll hear "ok, let's go." LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's


She wants to play all day long. It is a little annoying when she pushes you, but she's a sweetheart. Anytime when she's laying down and resting and I show her love... she takes that as time to play and she'll get up and get the ball. She's my alarm clock. Me and Zion can sleep in all day. He's my buddy.
 Quoting: RootzGemini

LOL! You've got great companions. One to relax and one to keep you active. Best of both worlds.
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I love this thread. It is so heart warming to see individuals who love their animal companions as much as you obviously do, OP.

I have been around working breeds my whole life: GSD's, Kelpies, Border Collies, and Blue Heelers. They are all incredibly intelligent dogs, and utterly beautiful.

Five years ago, my last dog died. Circumstances did not allow for another dog at the time. It was a long five years.


Now, while I am not comfortable sharing my story here, a series of events occurred last year that left me with nothing but the clothes on my back, and what I brought back from the US on the plane in my suitcase after a holiday there. I was given somewhere to stay by a very generous stranger who is now a very good friend.

It has been a difficult year but, six weeks ago, we were given a six week old puppy to foster. She was far too young to be taken from her mother, and was taken to a home with a small child who was allowed to continually pick this puppy up and drop her on her head! (Yes, when she was brought here we had her checked by a vet and no damage appears to have been done; at least physically)

Long story short? My house mate (who gave me the place to stay) saw just how much the puppy and I thrived in each other's company. Her foster home is now her 'forever home' and she is laying at my feet now; both of us freshly washed and only lightly towel dried, as we try to get cool in this awful heat.

Her name is Topaz. She is the child of a pedigree English Mastiff that was somehow allowed to breed with a pedigree Staffordshire Bull Terrier! While she is not as intelligent as the dogs I am used to, she is still smart and has a beautiful temperament. She is now 12 weeks old and has learned 'sit', 'stay', heel', 'sit AND stay', and is about to learn 'drop'. We are healing each other in our own way. She is happiest when she is in my company and I feel content in hers. I just uploaded two photos of her as custom smilies. Topaz Topazagain

Not trying to hijack your thread at all OP. Your Reggie sounds like an incredible dog. These animals can heal hearts and make houses homes. Thank you for sharing a bit about Reggie here.hf
 Quoting: Savannah


Topaz is beautiful! Just look at those eyes.

I hate hearing about your troubles, and about someone allowing a child to mistreat that poor puppy. That just makes me sick. It's so amazing that even though they may have been mistreated, they don't dwell on it, but focus on being thankful for everything. Topaz must be very thankful.

Thank you for sharing your touching story and your beautiful friend. (talk about hijacking...that's me) LOL.

But she's just too pretty to not comment.
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Topaz Topazagain
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Good to hear OP. Sounds like he is a fine member of your family. A good dog is always the cure for a bad day.

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