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Published on Jul 14, 2008
Each night, before I leave to get to work, I have to feed the dog and the cat. Doing this with the dog standing under your feet is pretty tough. I tell her to get out of the kitchen, but she knows the exact limit, and pushes it. Magnum has had absolutely no formal training. She is just a bright dog, who understands most of what you say, and even listens to some of it once in a while.
I got Magnum at an animal rescue in Burlington, NJ back around 2001. She was about one third of the size she is now. She walked perfectly on a leash, didn't bark unless there was something to bark about, and gets along great with kids, and other animals.
Magnum has been in almost every state, while riding with me in my truck. Now, I drive local, for a food grade carrier, so she has to stay home. When she was in my truck, she would sleep most of the day away, but would sit in the driver's seat all night, as I slept, and would let me know if anyone came near the truck. She would sit, looking side to side in the mirrors, keeping an eye on the trailer as well as what was going on out front. Truly a truckers dog.
Magnum is one of the nicest dogs you will ever meet, and is very quick to make new friends. As nice as she is though, she will defend me with her last breath. Anyone who comes in the house without being invited to do so by me, will be "strongly encouraged" by Maggie to leave.
Magnum is part Pit Bull, and part Mastif. Pit bulls get a lot of bad publicity on the news, but you show mean Pit Bull, and I will show you a creep or idiot holding the other end of the leash.