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... its a bird, its a plane, no its Smelly Nelly! :D








I wanted to include this one because nelson was playing with the neighbours' newfoundland who was younger and bigger than him and who kept pinning nelson. as hard as nelson tried to fight angus off, he just kept getting pinned. he was getting pretty exhaused, when i took this shot, nelson had just pinned angus and his face in the photo looks like hes saying "did u see that mum? i finally pinned him!" :lol:

 

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thanks guys, we were at the park down the road from our house. its really big so lots of room for nelson to get to his max speed :D if it was a any bigger, i think nelson would prolly take off! :lol:
 

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Holy carp! He looks massive in the first couple of pics! Even still he looks like he has some room to grow into those paws.

How big is he again and how old? Seems like he was a little squirt just yesterday!

Like the third and fouth pics a lot. Very dramatic with the shape of the picture. :)
 

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the third pic's my favourite too, just looking at his face u can tell how much fun he's having :D

nelson's 9mths now and i'm not exactly sure how much he weighs now haven't been to weigh him at the vet, been meaning to but haven't had time and we don't have any scales at home. i'll do it and get back to ya ;)

yeah when he was a puppy his feet looked maaaasive, even now his feet still look too big for him. they just keep growing! :) i thnk he might have a bit more growing to do tho, would u think at nine months? plus he's still got alot of loose skin around his neck and back so i'm thinking that means he's got more to grow too. would that be right?

i don't thnk nelson has peed on angus before. they're such good friends they're both huge and play like puppies and they're both really clumsy. but because they're so big we don't worry too much about them hurting themselves.
 
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