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New Pack Member - 9wk old Presa Canario

Awww, too cute. Yes I know it's all in the training, my point is should a dog that big decides something is more interesting than listening to a command, I'd be screwed! Lol, I'd be taken for a drag!

I'm 125lbs and walk a 140lb and 160lb dane together. I've never been full out dragged, but one time my bigger boy decided that he'd rather go for a romp around the yard instead of going in the van with my mom and because she had his leash around her hand he ended up dragging her through the grass for a good 30 feet before he even realized she was back there.
 

Lillie May

Good Dog
I'm 125lbs and walk a 140lb and 160lb dane together. I've never been full out dragged, but one time my bigger boy decided that he'd rather go for a romp around the yard instead of going in the van with my mom and because she had his leash around her hand he ended up dragging her through the grass for a good 30 feet before he even realized she was back there.
You're a brave soul! It's funny, I can play tug with all 4 dogs at the same time, combined weight over 200 lbs. I can pull them around & hold my ground. But if I were in your mom's situation, I'd have the same outcome as her.
 

Cobalt

Little Dog
Oh no, hey it's all good when it's about dogs :) . I see your point (having recently watched a young, very energetic, Great Dane tow his owner down the street) but proper consistent training will address that too - but yes, getting to that point can be a challenge no doubt.
 

bsand

Good Dog
Reminds me of the presa at the vet when I got my pups ears cropped they were both called Remy

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Cobalt

Little Dog
A pic from today - she doesn't stay this still for long LOL

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