Bear Hunting and Other Mastiff Activities

I slaughtered the bear, my friend Teddy, as the aligator looked on. I couldn’t help it. It is in my genes, my DNA, my pre programed reason for being, my purpose.  It is part of my family occupation, My dad did this and his dad before him. Even going way back my great great grand dad also was into bear hunts. My moms side also. We also specialized in lion hunting, and guarding forts. My ancestors even went to war. Entire brigades of us in armour running straight at the enemy.

It is not my fault it wasn’t our fault. The Romans trained us to do this. they must of had some vocational trade schools set up and us Mastiffs probably did well on the vocational testing at these sorts of things. I guess we excel at things like being the bouncer at a Roman fort or nowdays maybe if us dogs could get our own football league I can be a linebacker or maybe just an offensive or defensive lineman?

So I plead not guilty by reason of …………’’s what I am meant to do. A little voice in my head says, “Kill the Bear, kill it, kill it now.” I guess a PR firm like in Mad Men or maybe say a defense lawyer or a politician would put a positive spin on it and say, “I released the white flufy stuffing trapped inside the bear, so it could be free, and so the bear was no longer encumbered by the weight of his insides.”


I know it looks like carnage and probably like an earlier picture of one of his family…….

I am thinking this may start to look bad for me, “Do I need a lawyer?”

Life Lesson: You are who you are, be proud and unapologetic, be happy, (unless you are a teddy bear living with a mastiff….then RUN!)

5 thoughts on “Bear Hunting and Other Mastiff Activities

  1. Awesome, Awesome, Awesome, Man!!!! I have killed many a bear myself. Always be proud of the kill. Our parents don’t know it but, the bear silently mocks us and is asking for it!!!

    • YES! You know that too! I have tried to tell myhumans that, they just don’t always understand dog language – stupid humans, why they are in charge I will never know. I have defeated all of their slippers just for that fact, those slippers just sitting there mocking me. They all knew I couldn’t wera them, yet they persisited in hanging out within my reach. Ha Ha Ha ha ha, whose laughing now eh’ slippers!

  2. ASk your Dad to take you to Pet Smart. I saw their commercial where they had several rows of stuffed animals. the rows were about eight feet high. Wouldn’t that be fun for a sneak attack? You could walk in innocently, then when no one is looking, attack.

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