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12 Funny Pictures Of Big Dogs But With The Soul Of A Puppy

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There are many dog owners who feel that their big dog has the soul of a puppy despite its age. These dogs still retain cute features of a puppy when showing shyness or cheerfulness. And especially even though their size is really large, but they still like to sit on the lap of their owner. Here are 12 funny pictures of big dogs but with the soul of a puppy.

#1 – “He may look like a bear but he identifies as a lap dog”

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#2 – “My 85 lb dog is scared of my sister’s 1.5 lb foster kitten”

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#3 – “My 93 lb German Shepherd is pretty pleased with the amount of inconvenience he’s causing.”

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#4 – “Big dogs can be scared at the vet too!”

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#5 – “This big boy with his Pooh”

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#6 – “There was a giant traffic jam in the walk ways at the expo. I finally found out what was slowing everyone down. This giant bear dog was getting pets by thousands of people!”

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#7 – “He’s a mix American wolfdog and malamute. And yes, he sits like a horse.”

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#8 – “I swung by my old place to help my former roommate with some things. The neighbor’s dog recognized me and gave the perfect greeting. Believe it or not, this guy is still a puppy.”

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#9 – “Lazy Giant”

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#10 – “Once a lap dog, always a lap dog”

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#11 – “Our Daughter who is now 3 and one of our Saint Bernards who is now 9 💕”

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#12 – “Monty the big friendly giant”

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