Swimming lessons for a Mastiff

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+22 1. Jerry_Fkn_Maguir commented 8 years ago

This seems a little too boring for snotr
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+62 2. fjwjr commented 8 years ago

Isn't swimming a natural thing for dogs?
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+5 3. Cyrille commented 8 years ago

#2 As natural as for humans (at least some dog breeds have webbed paws).
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+4 4. cyberdevil commented 8 years ago

So where's the lesson in this? Looks like the dog just follows its natural instinct. AFAIK all regular dogs can swim naturally.
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+3 5. imagic commented 8 years ago

#1 remove the "a little too" from your post and you are right ;)
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-2 6. wtfysc commented 8 years ago

The guy's an idiot. It's a DOG mate.
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+7 7. biggie21 commented 8 years ago

i think all dogs can swim my dad told me never jump in water after a dog because the dog will be the 1st one out
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+3 8. irishgek commented 8 years ago

#2 I am a firm believer in just throwing them in at the deep end , there natural swimmers. My dog was a little pussy the first few times but once you throw there most loved toy 30ft out in the water after some yelps and barks he went straight in for it and loved it , now I cant get him out of the lake!!.

This dog is just too pamperd and dolled up and over loved , a life jacket ??? New born babies can swim straight away, they spend bloody 9months in fluid ....its air that makes them cry for the first time :P
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+8 9. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Mastiffs are not water dogs by nature or breeding like Labs and Newfoundlands and because of their solid body weight they do not float very well,but they are certainly capable of swimming and many take to it with enthusiasm. Encouraging one to swim like this guy is doing will make for good exercise for his pet.
His pool filter will need more attention if the mastiff likes to get wet.
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+4 10. Premtm commented 8 years ago

He trusts his master..... :)
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0 11. Bergsten commented 8 years ago

there was a mastiff in the video? All I saw was two bikinis at the edge of the pool that I wanted to see more of..........
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-2 12. Unknown commented 8 years ago

Swim vest on a dog? Please give me a break.