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Mouse turned 4 years old yesterday.

He got a 2 pound meat cake to himself for lunch and a 5 pound one he had to share in the evening along with a bunch of ham and turkey.

He generally floats around 215 to 220lbs.

Still have no clue what he got into on vacation, but had a real bad rash from the end of Sept to the begining of Nov, and chewed a ton of his fur off, and dropped to around 190.
His fur is slowly growing back in and he's back up to 205 or 210.

His energy is back up also, he plays with the pup quite a bit, and is actually pretty gental with his corrections with the pup.(Puppy teeth, got to love them).

For those that don't know his past I got him at 8 weeks and could not have asked for a better dog, he's the wife's protector, and I would most likely not have her still with me today if it was not for him.
He's a huge loving puppy to her and the grandkids, but also a protector when I'm away.
He proved that again last week when someone was in the front yard looking in the window of the front porch, he ran out the house and removed the front porch door, they hopped the fence and haul butt down the street. (Hopefully lesson learned).

Well a few pics of the Birthday boy.





The door

The shock
 

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Thank you all, sorry about slow replies.
My busy time of year, and been a bit under the weather.

Happy Birthday Mouse!

Instead of the ADT sign in the window, should have a picture of Mouse. lol
Just need a life size of his head in the next door window.

Happy Birthday Mouse!

He must be finished growing by now?
Yes he should be done.
The lines he is from is generally 3 1/2 to 4yrs.

In the last year the only real change in him is his head filled out alot, that and his temper the last year became a bit more reserved.

Happy Birthday Mouse <3
Mouse says Thank you.

Happy birthday to one of the coolest dogs ever! Love you Mouse!
Thank You, he has done alot for Trish and to easy my mind while at work.

Happy 4th birthday thats a big puppy.
Thank you.
Guess we always look at them as our puppies.
 
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