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What do you do if your kids Power Wheels battery dies on a walk?

No problem if you have a 125lb French Mastiff with you...My son made sure to use the synthetic line to keep everyone safe.
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Awesome picture, I love French Mastiffs
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Awesome picture, I love French Mastiffs
Thanks, that is Zeus hes 1-1/2 years old. He's a great family dog that is very loyal and alert. They are a great breed although I would not recommend them as a first dog or to timid people. They can be stubborn but its only because of how smart they are. I'm hooked on the breed for life.

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One horse power, cause that dog is as big as a horse! Too funny!

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It looks like the kid is buckling up his seat belt getting ready to take off!
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Been there, lol. Killed his battery in a mud hole in the field beside our house...



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With my dog, I would have to leave my kid there! It's okay though, at 28 years old, he may be able to find his way home. LOL !
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awesome pic!!

we did the same thing one time. we've always had rottweilers (one at a time) and all 3 of them were typically right around 115-125#. we had a sled pulling harness for them so they could pull the kids in the winter so we used it to pull the dead powerwheels home one time.

worked awesome. nice lookin dog btw

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