Not surprising but truly satisfying

by Vincenzo the Mastinari
(Virginia)

Frank alias FRANKENSTEIN

We are all proud to hear of your loyalty and courage~but, not surprised in the slightest.
You do your breed and your ancestors proud because you come from the 'world of real dogs'.
The mastiff bloodlines that originally trace your heritage are what and who you are....bred to protect and stand at your charges side, willing to die for those you watch over.

Keep well 'ol girl and live on proudly to care for the family so fortunate to have you as vigilant protector and guardian over your realm.

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Dec 22, 2014
Don't insult our regal beaats
by: Ed A from NJ

No no no please don't confuse our super dogs with the mastiff clan. There are plenty of mastiff breeds if you choose. Even the Pyrenees mastiff. But not our majestic , regal, beautiful great Pyrenees mountion dog. See he is not a mastiff, no he is not that common. No our beast are lupomosaloids, a natural descendant of the now exstinct Asia white wolf. While the regal mastiff family has been breed into many beautiful types the great Pyrenees is not one of them. I'm sure cross breeding has happened. A true great Pyrenees has no mastiff in it. I for one am proud my monster shares this distinction. Viva LA pyrenees™

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