I'm so proud of Bella!

Discussion in 'General Mastiff Discussion' started by Sheila Braund, May 4, 2018.

  1. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Ok so yesterday morning as I was getting ready for work I noticed Bella charging her boundaries.... I look and I see a man trying to gain control over his two dogs.... I finally throw my house coat on and go out to call Bella off..... As I warn this guy to get control over his dogs that Bella could seriously hurt his dogs......As I walk to grab Bella I see one of his dogs has broken free from her harness, rushes into Bella's boundaries and attacks Bella! Bella 2xs the size of this chow mix puts the chow down with one paw then grabs the chow by the throat! My thoughts is .... Holy shit Bella! I called Bella off.... She releases the other dog and heads to me.... The other dog regains her footing and attacks Bella again! Once more Bella turns pushes this other dog to the grown with one paw and holds her there by the throat!
    Bella's not hurting the other dog as this chow, struggling to get up. I call Bella off again as the other owner grabs his dog I walk Bella to the house. I came back out of the house to help this guy get control over his 2 dogs. I held the lab mix...good girl really, as he kept trying to reclip the harness on the chow mix dog. He finally gives up in that and clips her collar and doesn't the chow just back out of it....This poor guy was shaken so much I know he thought his dog was dead....
    I have to hand it to him though.... This morning he was out there again walking his dogs the same route he does every day... Except he was across the road from our property..... I bet that's the last time he allows his dogs to poop on my front lawn....and he never picks up after.
     
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  2. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    Picking up the droppings is so polite and commendable...you are right....he probably won't be back with his "warrior" dogs. And good for Bella...holding but not ripping out tonsils. Good for her !! Have a great weekend. Chevers.jpg
     
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  3. trg

    trg Well-Known Member

    Bella held the high road on that one, she could have easily took care of business. She sounds awesome, only doing what was needed to protect herself and you.
     
  4. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Yay Bella!! What a good girl. E.M were bred to attack by knocking down perpetrators and grabbing them by the throat. Not letting them up until released by owner. She did everything she was bred to do!!! What a great dog
     
  5. Jakesmum

    Jakesmum Well-Known Member

    What a good girl! She obviously knows her bite and how hard she can bite down before she hurts the other animal which is great!
     
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  6. Bailey's Mom

    Bailey's Mom Super Moderator Staff Member

    She's amazing. I have always loved the stories of Mastiffs holding their enemies down without breaking skin. Power Under Control...Grace Under Pressure.
     
  7. DennasMom

    DennasMom Well-Known Member

    Good job, Bella! Way to listen!!
    Silly chows aren't always that bright...
    Glad to hear the guy was right back on the leash, though - hopefully with a better grip, and a collar that won't slip off!
     
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  8. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Me too. Bella watched them walk by....but acted like she didn't care...I'm so blessed
     
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  9. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    I watched a program on the Doggie Channel...it was about mastiffs titled, "Is this the right woof for you?" It was stated that mastiffs "knock down and hold, and they are big enough to knock down and hold ANYBODY." That may not be quite true, but your dog, Bella, is a corker for sure. Good going, Bella. Hey Sheila, I like the way you are a "well known" member. Awesome. Speaking of "cleanups", ever feel like calling a backhoe operator when trying how to get that much in a Piggy Wiggly bag??
     
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  10. Zeela

    Zeela Well-Known Member

    Impressive!
     
  11. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Yes i noticed that as well Paster Dave, thank, you'll get there too soon... I'm just a little more chatting then you are right now ;)

    As far as cleanup there really isn't much, because I have the dogs on raw diet and no grains, there really is very little waste. So no backhoe needed.
     
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  12. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    A little more chatty than a preacher ??? Amazing !!!
     
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  13. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Yes .... didn't I tell you I use to teach Sunday School to wee ones :D
     
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  14. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    God bless you !!
     
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  15. TWW

    TWW Well-Known Member

    Great Job Bella.
    It's funny how EM's seem to know there strength and how to use it without inflicting damage.
     
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  16. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    Mr. Chev has to learn that as he matures....little yappy dogs put Chev to flight ??? fish.jpg Pic....yours truly and a giant trout.....one of those days !!!
     
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  17. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Amazing fish and fisherman too!

    That’s funny. The other day I was out of the room and I heard Bella whining so I peeked in to see.... Sunny my 6lb puffy poof poodle on the back of the couch and baring her teeth to Bella with only one paw on the couch trying to get on. Bella gave up and went to her doggie bed.
     
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  18. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Nice catch Pastor Dave!...

    Sophie guards Logan's bone. She doesn't even want it. She just doesn't think he should have it! She puts her paw on it and starts growling and baring her teeth, daring him to get near it. The bone is nearly as big as she is, she picks it up and runs with it! Lol. Small dogs are something else!! :)
     
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  19. Pastor Dave

    Pastor Dave Well-Known Member

    It seems like whatever the one dog has in his/her possession, the other dog thinks that is the best, most desirable thing in the world, and the second dog has to have it !!! I had a minister buddy who, in the same way, thought I was being extravagant and sinful by owning a little pop-up Coleman Scan20264.JPG camper.....that is, until he could afford one. I guess people aren't too far behind our "best friends." Pic....someone make a cosmic error and invited me to teach a seminar at a university. I have to admit, it was a lot of fun teaching adults instead of 8th graders :)
     
  20. Sheila Braund

    Sheila Braund Well-Known Member

    Hahahaha Sunny tries that too but the bones are to big....when she tries to lift it her back end come up off the floor...so she pushes it with her nose instead.

    Nice picture.... and as far as your friend having a bit of that green eyed monster.... well that's all human traits..... every now and then we're reminded of that.... I'm pretty sure the big guy was trying to show your friend and possibly you as well, that we're human and we all have at one time or another acted so. :D
     
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