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    Quote Originally Posted by gninnam View Post
    Snapped this the other day of our two monsters - Sully and Boo

    Admittedly I do have a mean streak, but I would have been tempted to press my foot on that bin pedal
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    You want to be careful starting it with a cat. A friend of mine did that and the cat began a guerrilla war against him that made Castro look like an amateur.

    That look on a man's face at the moment he realises that he can't win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    You want to be careful starting it with a cat. A friend of mine did that and the cat began a guerrilla war against him that made Castro look like an amateur.

    That look on a man's face at the moment he realises that he can't win.
    I know they say an elephant never forgets, but nothing holds a grudge like a wronged cat.
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    Daphne was very interested in the highland cattle on our walk this evening - just after this snap the cow gave Daphne several enormous licks
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    This morning; first time that I have let go of Daphne's lead on a walk - she didn't run off

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    Well done Daphne! I’m dreading that day with Syd, I doubt he’ll be as well behaved! I put a pair of jeans on today, finally relented having worn shorts everyday since April, and it was the first time Syd had seen me with anything other than bare legs. He went nuts! Properly scatty and barking at me “Dad, someone’s changed your legs!” It was hilarious!
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    bright as a blackout sure he will soon get used to the new you, and the bonus that he can bite your trouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by guy View Post


    Daphne was very interested in the highland cattle on our walk this evening - just after this snap the cow gave Daphne several enormous licks
    Great picture Guy, Daphne looks like a real sweetheart
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Well done Daphne! I’m dreading that day with Syd, I doubt he’ll be as well behaved! I put a pair of jeans on today, finally relented having worn shorts everyday since April, and it was the first time Syd had seen me with anything other than bare legs. He went nuts! Properly scatty and barking at me “Dad, someone’s changed your legs!” It was hilarious!
    Routine is so important for dogs

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