Well, ONE of them started it... :-)
They must be related to my dog Scarlett. First time we left her alone--she destroyed the sofa.Needless to say, we learned the value of making sure she has at least one of her Kong toys to play with when we go out.
Awww... the last time I saw that much teeth, two English mastiff puppies (only 35 pounds and SO CUTE) were playing (fighting like sibs) with each other. Of course, being mastiffs, they were growing really quickly - the girl could still fit under the coffee table when they were chasing each other, but the boy would skid to a stop and give it an accusing look. Two days prior, he'd learned he was too big now to fit under by nearly concussing himself on the edge at full bore.
It kind of reminds me of choir rehearsal.
Old NFO - Hmm... but which one? I can never tell. Got some good tips on this and I'm going to try to get a grip next time we have pupwars.Kimberly - here's to the (almost) indestructible toys in our lives. On a Wing - My goodness- the sight of two mastiff pups playfighting must be a marvel, indeed! Slobbery, but a marvel, no less. Or perhaps moreso!Lawyer - that must be somechoir!
Erm...you did get them their rabies shots, yes? :P
UbiCaritas - not to worry-- they's all shotted up.
It's the demented look in their eyes that I find frightening!But they are soooooo cute!
Fabulous picture! Dog games...who gets them? :)
In my house that is known as "The Alien Face". Most often displayed by the female Pembroke...it's truly a marvel to watch the lips curl and the second set of fangs emerge!
Oh geez, I can't stop laughing at the ferociousness of it all!
Raaaaaaaaaaaaarrrr I am the big huge ferocious puppeh!!! (or not....LOL)
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