Family reunion pictures.

Discussion in 'Tibetan Mastiff' started by broccolini, Jun 30, 2014.

  1. broccolini

    broccolini Well-Known Member

  2. broccolini

    broccolini Well-Known Member

  3. Seattledog

    Seattledog Member

    Great pictures and a fun day, thanks for posting
     
  4. broccolini

    broccolini Well-Known Member

    It was fun and nice to see all the puppies again.

    D'Argo says he wants you to do his hair sometime. :p
     
  5. glen

    glen Super Moderator Staff Member

    What beautiful pups all of them,looks like you had a fun day.I love seeing pics of D ARGO,
     
  6. Catia

    Catia Well-Known Member

    Those pics are so cool--to see the variations in coat colors from one pooch to the other-within the same litter-wow! They are all so beautiful.
    And Sasha looks awesome with his coat like that.
     
  7. Doggyhelpplease

    Doggyhelpplease Well-Known Member

    Cute, did you have to leave Athena at home or is she okay with distance in a place like that?
     
  8. looby73

    looby73 Well-Known Member

    Gorgeous family!
     
  9. broccolini

    broccolini Well-Known Member

    We left Athena home but I think we could have taken her. It wasn't as dog-crowded as I thought it would be. Also, it was an outdoor show so we weren't trapped. She might have acted out some, but she wouldn't have been the only one. If we go to another one, I think I will take her.
     
  10. jpw0025

    jpw0025 Well-Known Member

    Wow, a TM gathering! What beautiful dogs :)
     
  11. ruthcatrin

    ruthcatrin Well-Known Member

    Fun! I wish there were more TMs here to do tuff with.
     
  12. cinnamon roll

    cinnamon roll Super Moderator Super Moderator

    That looks like the mythical tm island lol.

    Great pics, I would be in heaven around all those fluffy babies.
     
  13. broccolini

    broccolini Well-Known Member


    There were a lot of dogs, but I think more than half of them were related. So, it's still a pretty small breed community. It was neat to see them all together.
     

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