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Discussion in 'Dog Photo Galleries' started by Remus, Apr 19, 2011.
Hey everyone, I'm bored so I thought I would share some random photos of my dog with you
...I don't think I'm doing this right, compared to other peoples threads...
Kaikki on hyvin :thumbup:
Mistä ostat koiran
Gorgeous big boy
Not a breed I've seen before - he's lovely.
Very handsome boy not a breed I've really heard of before but gorgeous
Haha, thank you very much, though "mistä ostat koiran" doesn't make much sense to me, our crazy language doesn't really like translators :glare:
Fleur and Nicky10 - thanks! I received an email today from English Kennel Club, they told me that the total of 5 Pyrenean Mastiff's have been imported and registered on the Kennel Club breed register in the last 10 year, so I suppose that's why you haven't heard too much about this breed
Instead of going to sleep, I decided to share some more photos. As you can see, I cut Onni's hair short sometimes when it's summer since he tends to get hot spots easily. :
He's a beautiful lad
Hes a really stunning dog, not a breed Ive ever seen before though, he looks like a big cuddly bear .
OMG! he's GORGEOUS!! welcome!
Going to have to repeat what everyone else has said :lol:
He's wonderful! I've never seen one before either!
Welcome to the forum!
LMAO! Mistä minä tiedan. En puhuu suomen kieli hyvin koska olen englantilainen. On vaikkea puhua. :
Odd how the language they teach in some Finnish colleges doesn't really work on the street especially now the present day youth appears to be abbreviating everything and confusing matters even further. What's more you folks speak so bloody fast it gets hard to follow.
The logic of the mechanics throws you too and I've spent many hours trying to figure out how two obvious words when put together as in 'Light' and 'House' 'Valo' and 'Taloa' dont make 'Lighthouse' but 'Majakka' does?:glare:
The breeder from whom we bought one of our dogs (Sarplaninac) also breeds Pyranean's. (About 20 dgs in total) His place is like land of the bloody giants and despite their often notorious temperaments they all seem to get along just fine.
Mind you he does have his hands full 7 days a week. That's an awful lot of sh1t to shift!
Oscar likes to play with a pyranean named 'Poikka' they're so rough together I'm surprised they don't smash each other to bits.:blink: :001_smile:
he is gorgeous and looks so diffrent with short hair x
Very handsome boy
Wow what an amazing dog! He's beautiful and he looks very proud of his rosettes and trophies. Thank you for sharing your pictures.
lovely but BIG! even compared to the shepherd! good to see something differennt and love his spotty nose
Wow he's beautiful, how old is he?
Wow - he's a stunner! :thumbup:
Haha, I guess our language is really hard to learn and understand, and I really don't know why we have so many words for everything, majakka is a great example how we like to make language things really complicate : How come you know so much about finnish by the way? Is it like a hobby?
Sarplaninacs are so very gorgeous dogs, do you get lots of attention when you walk your big dogs in the street in England? As I know in Finland people are always really curious about giant dogs and keep asking things all the time :blink: Does this breeder where you bought your dogs from live in England, and does they really have pyrenean mastiffs, or are they great pyrenees? Wow, 20 giants sounds like a dream come true to me
I'm dying to find some other people from England who have this kind of dogs, since I really find livestock guardians really interesting and amazing dogs!
It sounds like so much fun to see giant breed dogs playing together, I get to see every day how my 85 kg heavy mastiff plays with my 5 kg tibetan spaniel, and they're doing it just fine!
Also, thank you everyone again SO MUCH, Onni is all embarrassed after all those kind words :blush:
Thank you, Onni turns 5 in the end of July
I live in Lapland with my wife who is Finnish by birth. Well she's actually a Lappi truth be told. :001_smile:
However, many people here are a little afraid of the dogs because of their size and some often think they are C/O's. :
Damn! C/O's are ugly and lazy critters
The breeder from whom we bought Oscar from doesn't live far from the municipal of Jämsä and Zara's breeder lives just over passed Lahti if you're driving towards Helsinki.
Our little boast and claim to Finnish fame is that both Oscar's and Zara's parents played the leading roles in the Finnish childrens film 'Myrsky'
Incidentally, I have to agree Guardians are indeed very interesting and some are most certainly a life altering experience.