Bee and Joshua Fisher from California have created a heartwarming bond with their three young sons by adopting two massive dogs, bear-like bears, and a horse, settling on Newfoundlands after researching suitable breeds for kids.
Joshua and Bee Fisher, from California, adopted two Newfoundlands as pets instead of a horse. They live in Long Beach and frequently share pictures of their furry family on Instagram. The giant dogs weigh over 126lbs and measure up to six feet.
Meet Cruz, the three-year-old companion of a Newfoundland Boss. These gentle giants can reach over 126lbs and measure up to six feet from snout to tail!
Ralphie and Boss, two adorable pups, are surrounded by an eight-month-old baby named Tegan and his parents. The kids are fascinated by the giants, with Lenox, Cruz, and Tegan enjoying the company. Ralphie weighs 125 pounds, while Boss weighs 160 pounds. When fully grown, Boss is expected to reach 190 pounds.
Ralphie and Boss, two large furry companions, are a loving family with children Tegan, Cruz, and Lenox, and are expected to reach 190 pounds when fully grown.
Joshua and Bee Fisher have a standard-sized home with well-behaved, gentle giant dogs, known for affection and playfulness with kids, trained to stay under control.
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