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Man that is one big ass dog. I would hate to have the food bill to feed him. Looks like you could saddle him a go for a ride. Richard the photos of your bike looks really nice. Hope to have mine looking as nice as that someday.
 

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Hey rich, I love your dog!, what breed is that?
He's a Newfoundland and his name is Chuck. Some call him Mr. Chuck. He is probably pushing 150lbs now. I kinda feel bad posting those pictures, because he is usually brushed out and looking like a show dog. Here, He looks like he just got out of bed.

As Snuffdog said, he is a big teddy bear. If someone broke into our house, he'd probably role over for a belly rub.

Food is not to bad, 2 cups for breakfast and 2 cups for dinner. However, he does poop more than that and I have quite figured that one out.
 

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Mr. Chuck is a good-looking dog. He also appears well-trained and obedient. Newfoundlands are a beautiful breed. Do you put him in any show dog competitions?
 

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Very well trained :cool: My dogs would get bored of posing and lay on th ground... I think they have A.D.D.

Back when the bike was stock :D



 

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Man you guys are killing me with these great photos of your dogs. I am now reminded of the companionship I had with my own dog which I recently had to put down due to old age and health issues. They become just like your own kids and they grow up to fast and are gone before you know it. Enjoy all the great times with them while you can. I would love to get another one but its so hard to loose them once you get attached. Thanks all for the reminded memories.
 

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Man you guys are killing me with these great photos of your dogs. I am now reminded of the companionship I had with my own dog which I recently had to put down due to old age and health issues. They become just like your own kids and they grow up to fast and are gone before you know it. Enjoy all the great times with them while you can. I would love to get another one but its so hard to loose them once you get attached. Thanks all for the reminded memories.
I hear where your comin from. I lost 3 dogs in the past 4 years. its real hard. We had a Newfoundland who passed when she was only 4 because she got lymes disease. a poodle who was probably 14 and a st bernard named bubba who was 231 lbs who passed about a year ago. They become more than a "lump on the rug" they become part of your family. Ive always had dogs ever since I was a little kid and it never gets easier when you lose one.
 

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Mr. Chuck is a good-looking dog. He also appears well-trained and obedient. Newfoundlands are a beautiful breed. Do you put him in any show dog competitions?
No, we don’t show him, we had to get him fixed. He kept having his way with my 10 year old son and we had to put a stop to it. Chuck brought a whole new meaning to going after the “weakest link in the tribe”.:eek:

Ever been to someones house and their dog humped your leg? Now go back and look at the picture of Chuck. Not pretty.
 

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Reminds me of cousin Eddie and snotz in Christmas Vacation. Not Chuck but the story about having a little Mississippi leg hound in him.
 
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