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Winston the bulldog








To your right is Winston, the bulldog who lives next to my friend Rachel.




Bartleby looks wounded








And on the left is my very own Bartleby, a nine-month old Bullmastiff puppy. Bartleby is doing his very best "What? Me? On the couch? I have no idea what you're talking about" look.




Bartleby on the couch






Here, Bartleby continues his attempts to convince me that he was just sitting there, minding his own business, when this couch came out of nowhere and slid itself under his butt.

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