This is the most adorable sequence ever captured on film, enjoy.
These are the most precious pictures! I have had two Neapolitan Mastiffs in my life and have been truly blessed.They were at different times but going through serious problems each time and they each gave me unconditional love and so much fun.I miss both my Romeo Blue Brut and my Nazarius.One sat with me during the most difficult time when I lost my dad.Naz laid in my lap and provided more love ans support than I could get from anyone.My Romeo helped me through the ending of my marriage.These dogs are the true embodiment of devotion and gentleness that you can get with ANY breed if raised properly!
Is the dog in this picture the dog that saved his handler when his handler was captured. I saw an article about a dog such as this one, that saved his handler when he was captured by killling two men & breaking into a building thus saving his master, & fellow troops.
The story about the dog that received the Medal of Honor for rescuing his handler and four other soldiers was/is bogus. Military dogs have received medals, but never the Medal of Honor. See http://www.snopes.com/photos/military/brutus.asp.
Where did this picture come from, I would like to know who the breeder is. He is beautiful. And we are looking for another one to recede out deceased one?
Can some one please tell who owns this dog or who breed it. It’s beautiful and I am looking for neopolitan to replace my cane Corso and keep my Newfoundland company. You can email me at Michael Realini @ yahoo.com or email@example.com. Thanks
This is too stinkin’ cute!… Although the 3rd picture scared the Ba-Jesus out of me. lol.
this is the most beautiful dog next to the newfoundland dog of course
This is NOT cute– the dog is not “hugging” this child, the dog is demonstrating dominant behavior, and this could have turned really ugly really bad! It’s easy to forget that our dogs are just that..dogs! They don’t “love” us, or “hug” us, that just isn’t part of their make up. Don’t get me wrong, I like to tell myself that my dogs “love” me, but I also understand deep down that what I am seeing is not the “love” that we all know. These types of interactions with infants and young children are dangerous. We expect a dog to understand that infants and small children don’t know any better, but they simply do not. Most dogs will exhibit extreme patience, as they do with puppies. But this is how and why dog bites happen to small children! Perpetuating these types of photos is dangerous, and when the dog reacts like a dog, it will be the one punished. It pays to be smart around dogs. Period.
What a great affection and love between cute baby and dog!
Thank you Dog lover! I agree this is not cute and not safe! I’m a huge advocate for Mastiffs, but this makes them look bad. Learnimg how to read dog body language shows this dog dominating the baby. People who don’t umderstand dog psychology thinks this is cute.
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