Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
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Lando, at play in the fields of The Lord - Dog: Lando zur Schwarzen Heide

Trained for search and rescue work in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah. Often accompanied owner on geological fieldwork. Red vest primarily intended to prevent him from being shot by a rancher.

Hanna Basin, WYHanna Basin, WY

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