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Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 11:29am On Aug 02, 2020
Hello fellow dog lovers,

This thread started with Juno when she was 6months old in July 2020.

Now thread is being modified as Juno now has a kid sister and playmate Venus (a 1 month NSD)

Follow up to where you meet Venus.

So here goes the diary:

Juno is a 6months+ female Rott Mastiff.

She is,

Very confident
Well socialised: not unduly aggressive to strangers and other dogs
Highly mentally alert
A lover of grooming and bathing
A lover of road trips
A lover of good food

Talking about foods,

Bread/yam and egg with hotdogs
Indomie crayfish and eggs
Rice and shredded chicken
Fish and chicken entrails
Assorted brands of canned dog food
Milk
Yoghurt

She has a teddy partner Fifi.

She sleeps in the sittingroom but likes being out during the day on the balcony.
She loves action movies too.

OK so, I'm looking forward to meeting someone here with a healthy male purebreed Bull mastiff for crossing from around December thereabout.
Also looking forward to helpful comments/ tips.

Aiit. Let's go.

Thanks

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by ikenna042: 2:45pm On Aug 02, 2020
shocked shocked
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 12:19pm On Aug 03, 2020
We had breakfast together...

Short movie time before heading out for the day.

Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 12:27pm On Aug 03, 2020
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 6:04pm On Aug 04, 2020
She enjoys bathing.

I took this last month though.

Next bathing pics will be posted soon.

Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Nobody: 1:42am On Aug 05, 2020
Lovely dog
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 5:07pm On Aug 05, 2020
femekpe:
Lovely dog

Thanks
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 9:53pm On Aug 11, 2020
Breakfast today

Now she's 7months plus....

Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Coolkid11(m): 10:17pm On Aug 11, 2020
Nice dog
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 5:14pm On Aug 30, 2020
Coolkid11:
Nice dog

Thanks
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 5:19pm On Aug 30, 2020
We changed residence.

God is faithful.

Juno loves her new place.

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 5:22pm On Aug 30, 2020
1) At home

2) On our way to Kd

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by wizi44(m): 8:44pm On Aug 30, 2020
Love ur diary, ur dog and your dogs abnormal interest in movies
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 6:38am On Sep 01, 2020
wizi44:
Love ur diary, ur dog and your dogs abnormal interest in movies

Thank you very much

Now:

- She sits to wait for her food.

- She eats neatly from her plate. No remnants on the floor.

- She even knows when I start cooking.

- She enjoys her baths. Once I pick brush, soap and towel she's happy.

- She goes on walks with me without her leash. She just simply walks and runs along depending on my pace. She doesn't mind other dogs or animals around she just moves on.

- She knows the way home from Abuja-Kaduna expressway (our house in the estate is less than 10minutes leisure walk from the express).

Pic 1: Waiting for her food to cool

Pic 2: chilling after her meal

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 6:43am On Sep 01, 2020
Here, she's saying thanks for a delicious meal.

Please anyone rendering stud services in Kaduna or Jos kindly buzz me. Pure breed male bull mastiff only please.

Juno will be ready by December 2020/ January 2021.

Thanks.

Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by wizi44(m): 8:18am On Sep 01, 2020
Mykellio:


Thank you very much

Now:

- She sits to wait for her food.

- She eats neatly from her plate. No remnants on the floor.

- She even knows when I start cooking.

- She enjoys her baths. Once I pick brush, soap and towel she's happy.

- She goes on walks with me without her leash. She just simply walks and runs along depending on my pace. She doesn't mind other dogs or animals around she just moves on.

- She knows the way home from Abuja-Kaduna expressway (our house in the estate is less than 10minutes leisure walk from the express).

Pic 1: Waiting for her food to cool

Pic 2: chilling after her meal

NICE, but how did you achieve the offleash walking
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Michael390(m): 6:00pm On Sep 01, 2020
Juno is so cute
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 7:00pm On Sep 01, 2020
wizi44:
NICE, but how did you achieve the offleash walking

OK. It's a tough love approach.

We both needed to build trust on walks.

No shouting or dragging when using the leash at first.

Sometimes I will lead sometimes she will lead. I let her lead atimes to see how familiar she is with any terrain.

For instance we both did a 1,503ft hike up Mount Patti on a Sunday morning in Lokoja, Kogi state. She was on leash. She did great.

I let her feel the wind, step in puddles, smell grass etc. Then I say firmly, "Juno focus.. Walk with me". She will look at me and we continue.

In recent times, I just whistle a unique tone I have been getting her used to. She hears it and we are back on track.

Concerning animals like goats, chicken etc she will initially get excited and want to give a chase. I watch the moment her attention shifts from me. And reinforce her focus as done earlier.

In case of other dogs, we don't increase pace, we instead slow down. Sometimes we stand to study the other dog's reaction.

She has a strong personality so sometimes she will turn face me and sit with her back and tail pointing to the other dog. Until I give the next command.

Above all, I don't encourage people calling her or making barking sounds at her while on walks. It helps keep focus and reinforce her allegiance and loyalty to the line of command.

I'm still learning too. I have been reading a lot. So I'm enjoying the process.

That's not to say she doesn't exhibit her other side which is immense strength, playfulness and stubbornness for a 7month old Rott Mastiff.

Pics: at the peak of Mt. Patti 1,503ft above sea level, Lokoja, Kogi state

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 10:40am On Sep 03, 2020
Today

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Bixep(m): 10:54am On Sep 03, 2020
Mykellio:


OK. It's a tough love approach.

We both needed to build trust on walks.

No shouting or dragging when using the leash at first.

Sometimes I will lead sometimes she will lead. I let her lead atimes to see how familiar she is with any terrain.

For instance we both did a 1,503ft hike up Mount Patti on a Sunday morning in Lokoja, Kogi state. She was on leash. She did great.

I let her feel the wind, step in puddles, smell grass etc. Then I say firmly, "Juno focus.. Walk with me". She will look at me and we continue.

In recent times, I just whistle a unique tone I have been getting her used to. She hears it and we are back on track.

Concerning animals like goats, chicken etc she will initially get excited and want to give a chase. I watch the moment her attention shifts from me. And reinforce her focus as done earlier.

In case of other dogs, we don't increase pace, we instead slow down. Sometimes we stand to study the other dog's reaction.

She has a strong personality so sometimes she will turn face me and sit with her back and tail pointing to the other dog. Until I give the next command.

Above all, I don't encourage people calling her or making barking sounds at her while on walks. It helps keep focus and reinforce her allegiance and loyalty to the line of command.

I'm still learning too. I have been reading a lot. So I'm enjoying the process.

That's not to say she doesn't exhibit her other side which is immense strength, playfulness and stubbornness for a 7month old Rott Mastiff.

Pics: at the peak of Mt. Patti 1,503ft above sea level, Lokoja, Kogi state

It appears you have put in a lot of hard work into training her and now reaping your rewards.
Keep it up.
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Michael390(m): 1:08pm On Sep 03, 2020
Mykellio:


OK. It's a tough love approach.

We both needed to build trust on walks.

No shouting or dragging when using the leash at first.

Sometimes I will lead sometimes she will lead. I let her lead atimes to see how familiar she is with any terrain.

For instance we both did a 1,503ft hike up Mount Patti on a Sunday morning in Lokoja, Kogi state. She was on leash. She did great.

I let her feel the wind, step in puddles, smell grass etc. Then I say firmly, "Juno focus.. Walk with me". She will look at me and we continue.

In recent times, I just whistle a unique tone I have been getting her used to. She hears it and we are back on track.

Concerning animals like goats, chicken etc she will initially get excited and want to give a chase. I watch the moment her attention shifts from me. And reinforce her focus as done earlier.

In case of other dogs, we don't increase pace, we instead slow down. Sometimes we stand to study the other dog's reaction.

She has a strong personality so sometimes she will turn face me and sit with her back and tail pointing to the other dog. Until I give the next command.

Above all, I don't encourage people calling her or making barking sounds at her while on walks. It helps keep focus and reinforce her allegiance and loyalty to the line of command.

I'm still learning too. I have been reading a lot. So I'm enjoying the process.

That's not to say she doesn't exhibit her other side which is immense strength, playfulness and stubbornness for a 7month old Rott Mastiff.

Pics: at the peak of Mt. Patti 1,503ft above sea level, Lokoja, Kogi state
Great work
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 4:00pm On Sep 03, 2020
Michael390:
Juno is so cute

Michael390:
Great work


Thanks chief for the encouragement.
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Michael390(m): 10:48am On Sep 04, 2020
Mykellio:




Thanks chief for the encouragement.
you're welcome
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 12:06pm On Sep 07, 2020
Photoshoot today...... 8months old Juno

Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Michael390(m): 12:18pm On Sep 07, 2020
Mykellio:
Photoshoot today...... 8months old Juno
first ever bull mastiff diary I'm seeing on Nairaland
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Michael390(m): 12:19pm On Sep 07, 2020
Mykellio:
Photoshoot today...... 8months old Juno
first ever bull mastiff diary I'm seeing on Nairaland
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by prince2pac(m): 7:50pm On Sep 07, 2020
Your dog looks great and I love the way you trained her, wish I could walk with mine on no leash, but people will be running unnecessarily and also when the panic he becomes somehow aggressive... but he is cool when you pet him..
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by PAQ(m): 12:59pm On Sep 08, 2020
Juno looks loved and cared for. Because of this you should allow her develop fully before you start crossing her. Large dogs take 18 - 24 months, do not be in a hurry and cross her at her first heat, you will stunt her growth.

When you look at most female dogs on nairaland, they look smallish and malnourished because the owners rushed in crossing them to cash-out. You can rarely see good looking females like you see males. Allow your dog develope fully.

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 6:16pm On Sep 08, 2020
Wow..

Thanks for this. A lot of people (friends, family, neighbours and admirers) dozens of contacts collected during walks.

All waiting for puppy alert.

I felt so too about the timing. But the pressure now is something else.

Someone even called from Jos to sell me a male bull mastiff yesterday evening.

Please more of these helpful comments are needed. I don't know it all.

Thanks so much.

PAQ:
Juno looks loved and cared for. Because of this you should allow her develop fully before you start crossing her. Large dogs take 18 - 24 months, do not be in a hurry and cross her at her first heat, you will stunt her growth.

When you look at most female dogs on nairaland, they look smallish and malnourished because the owners rushed in crossing them to cash-out. You can rarely see good looking females like you see males. Allow your dog develope fully.
Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by Mykellio: 11:30pm On Sep 10, 2020
Just back from work...

She started playing with my shirt.

So we decided to have a photoshoot.

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by PAQ(m): 11:36pm On Sep 10, 2020
Lol. You have a nice sense of humor.

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Re: Juno (Female Rott Mastiff) and Venus (Female NSD) (Brief Diary) +pics by wizi44(m): 8:55pm On Sep 11, 2020
Mykellio:
Just back from work...

She started playing with my shirt.

So we decided to have a photoshoot.
your dog might be close to its heat period

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