WOW! I feel a bit responsible. My friend loves Bailey and her eager, sensible, in-offensive ways, and after Bailey's friend Seymour died suddenly early this month or late last month, they've been looking for another needy dog to adopt. So...Welcome to MAC. Mac is 14 months old, and looks to be about 140 lbs (ribs showing.) I told my friend he will go EASY 220lbs and she should get on Mastiff Forum for support. She seemed shocked. Help! My EM buddies. She's going to need lots of good advice and I am So CC in my knowledge level. WISDOM PLEASE. P.S: Bailey wasn't too happy with the gi-normous puppy that was trying to play with her. She wanted her Seymour back (he was smaller.) She's not happy with larger dogs (she likes being the big dog on deck), so she's particularly unhappy with the Danes when they come to the dog park and "literally" look down their noses at her, and stick their noses up her wassoo! without permission. It's a big dog thing. What can I tell her that will have an immediate good effect, other than lots and lots of training...I've got her back for training, but...home-life, nightlife, walk life. IDEAS, I implore you... I don't want him re-homed again. He's already lost his sister who was surrendered at the same time, he's going to need love and support and training and FAMILY. E.