Jeep dogs in quarantine.

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My English Mastiff and Cane Corso puppy rolling around with me quarantined in the JLU. Trust me, people stay over 6 foot away

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Awesome. I grew up with malamutes and those markings on the snout reminded me of those amazing dogs.
I really wanted a malamute as my second dog. but my female husky stayed pretty small (35lbs) so I didnt want her playmate to be 50 pounds bigger than she is..
 

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I really wanted a malamute as my second dog. but my female husky stayed pretty small (35lbs) so I didnt want her playmate to be 50 pounds bigger than she is..
My big dog is very careful with the puppy so the size difference hasn’t been an issue. Of course the puppy will be large himself one day!
 

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My English Mastiff and Cane Corso puppy rolling around with me quarantined in the JLU. Trust me, people stay over 6 foot away
When that Corso pup is full grown I bet 12 feet away would be the minimum :)
Nice pair!
 

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Curious, do you secure your pooches in the back when driving naked? If so, how do you typically do it? One of my dogs is nicknamed "Stunt Dog" for a good reason, he can't be trusted.

Yes indeed,we were parked when the photo was taken.
I have safety belts that they are tethered to while in motion.
my pals mean the world to me and there safety is paramount.
 
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