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Old 12-01-2009, 07:40 AM   #1
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Just the other day I took my 9 month old Doberman puppy, Donner the Devil Dog, for a walk in the park. After peeing on every tree within sight for a half a mile (the dog, not me) we stumbled upon two very attractive young ladies who had a two-year-old 130 pound male Rottweiller.There seemed [...]

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Awesome article.

I get picked on because I always maintain a lean 185lb. body. I'm sorry that I get more compliments at 185 than you do at 195. And like your doberman, the devil dog, I am lean and mean and can fight circles around bigger and slower dudes.
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Old 12-01-2009, 09:13 AM   #3
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185 is a pretty darn good lean weight to be at.
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I'm the Rottweiler right now, but will let my inner Doberman loose in awhile.
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Measurements don’t matter…it’s how you look. A well-defined 15″ arm looks better than a bulky, blubbery 17″ arm.
Amen! BTW, I like the Doberman reference since we have one and I've always loved their look!

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Ohhhhh! You got his ears docked.

I like the natural look better.
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