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  1. Mullen

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    Bull mastif-pit bull-pug-beagle mix puppies. Taken with a 50mm mounted on a 40D.

    If anyone is interested in one, we have eight to find homes for..
     
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    Very cute. #3 already looks like trouble.

    Too bad I already have 4 dogs.
     
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    Cute pups!! love #3
     
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    Thanks. We had 3 dogs, but 2 of them decided to multiply.. Now we have these 8 ankle-biters (literally).

    Thank you.
     
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    Awww! I love #4! Unfortunately, we just got finished house-breaking our 2nd boxer and there is no way I am going through puppy stage again for a long time! My house would never survive!
     
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    I love #1 and #6
    <3
     
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    This thread should come with a warning......soooooOOOOoooo sweet, some diabetics may be in danger.

    Seriously, you really captured well their 'puppiness'...big bellies, curiosity, playfulness etc. I'm so glad you shared these pics with us
     
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    Thanks. We gave up on having house dogs a year or so ago. They have plenty of land to roam around on though.

    Thank you.
     
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    I apologize if any diabetics were harmed while viewing these photos. :lol:

    Their curiosity and/or playfulness cost me a few good pictures (The 50mm has a minimum focus of 1.5ft), I was fairly pleased with my results though. Thanks for the comment.
     
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    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!

    Puppies!!!! and nice shots, but really... puppies!!!!
     
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    :mrgreen:

    Thanks.
     
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    ....I think it's time for some dogs to get the snip! yikes, that's a lot of breeding.

    cute puppies, though.
     

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