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Those are the sweetest pics ever! Although it almost looks like he/she is smushing the baby in the second one.
 

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Tia said:
I personally think that the dog and the kid at that young age is a little close for my liking
I agree there, just looking at them made me nervous, but I'm an overprotective mother like that. The dog looks sweet and gentle as can be, but a dog that size could still accidentally hurt a baby that small! But all that aside... how very precious. I thought Neo Mastiffs had more wrinkles? That dog is absolutely gorgeous. I would love to have one like that.
 

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I agree with Tia. There is no way I would let my dog that close to a baby, no matter how stable I thought it was. Way too close for my comfort!
 

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Lisa said:
I agree with Tia. There is no way I would let my dog that close to a baby, no matter how stable I thought it was. Way too close for my comfort!
I have to say they are "cute" pics but the baby doesn't look very happy in any of them.
 

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LuvaBULL said:
I thought Neo Mastiffs had more wrinkles? That dog is absolutely gorgeous. I would love to have one like that.
She's still a puppy, bound to fill out lots and grow more, but I find some neos are less bulky/wrinkly than others (same with other mastiffs like ddb's etc).
 

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Yeah, I agree that those pics are a little too close for comfort. For some reason, every time I see the third pic, it looks as if the dog is thinking, "MMMMMM.....lunch." I know, mastiffs aren't like that. It's just the way he's holding the baby and licking his lips. :oops:
 

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Haus mommy said:
For some reason, every time I see the third pic, it looks as if the dog is thinking, "MMMMMM.....lunch." I know, mastiffs aren't like that. It's just the way he's holding the baby and licking his lips.
I was thinking the same thing. LOL But even though most of us here would not let a big dog get that close to a tiny baby that small.
Those pictures are priceless.
 

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yeah i agree not a very good idea, although cute there was no adult in the very close proximity, it would only take a split second for the dog to accidently step on the soft spot of the babys skull.....think think think.


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