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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Crying buckets this morning as I prepare our Nipper's final spot, horrible week ahead.
    Dreadful news. Sorry to hear that.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Dreadful news. Sorry to hear that.
    Thanks guys appreciated.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanb741 View Post
    Dolly who is a 9 week old French Bulldog puppy.
    That is one cool dog Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Crying buckets this morning as I prepare our Nipper's final spot, horrible week ahead.
    So sorry to hear this. A day I'm dreading and I really feel for you

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    I found these pics of the late great Frank... it was up at the Lakes but I can’t remember where?



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    With broken hearts we laid Nipper to rest yesterday.
    He was brilliant, truly the sunshine in my life. As the song goes, he made me live. His lifeless body was rested in a cardboard box casket lined with a granny's blanket which is buried in a sheltered corner of our yard where is won't be disturbed. He is eternal now and our broken hearts wretched with the story that is Nipper. The most embracing, loyal and brave terrier dog anyone could ever have. RIP Nip.
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    I am so SO sorry N2.
    Its one of the hardest things in the world. x

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    I think I must have been brought up to like all dogs more than most people but when we lose one I always wonder why we do it to ourselves... but then you look at your pictures and they say all you need to know, pure unadulterated love, loyal and honest... sorry for your loss.



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    So sorry, fella. Been there and know how awful it feels. Take care.

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    So sorry for your loss of a friend. It's so sad, and yet we have to let them go ahead of us. Memories are everything then.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    So very sorry N2. Thinking of you and your family.

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    Condolences from me too, our dogs are much, much more than just pets

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    My Condolences!

    What's great in this heartbreaking story is the fact that you were able him to bury him on your own ground. That's good!

    Menno

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    sorry for your loss , I have only ever one pet/ one dog it was when I was growing up and he found me not I him, I lost him some 40+ years ago now, there will never another , I have never wanted another , I know people say move on , another will come along , well it never has and I will not go through nor ever will again go through that trauma of loss .

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    Sorry to hear about Nipper, just remember the joy and friendship he supplied every day.

    The pain we go through when we lose them is hugely outweighed by the companionship and loyalty we get.

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    N2, so sorry for your loss...
    It’s shit isn’t it,
    Really shit.

    I’d like to say it gets easier,
    ...I’m still waiting.

    It’s memories and pictures that console me,
    And knowing that I gave her the best life I possibly could.

    I know Nipper will have had the same.

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    So sorry number2.

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    Really sorry for your loss N2, I still miss ours who we list eighteen months ago.

    RIP little Nipper.

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    I've done this twice now. Its brutal. You raised him, loved him and buried him, with dignity, honour and respect.
    My regards to you and yours,
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    RIP Nip.
    You have my every sympathy. We have two planted out in the garden and when the sun shines and you are sitting out you will remember him and the good times.

    Getting another does help you move on a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by W124 View Post
    This is Henry - Henry is not allowed on the furniture unless accompanied by a responsible adult



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    Sorry ...

    That dog's face is hillarious.

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    Really sorry to hear that N2. It only takes a sad tale like this to bring a tear to the eye alongside all those memories and feelings that we have to go through when we lose such a great friend. They are always with us.

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    Enjoying the snow this morning.

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    Picked our Weimaraner this weekend, collecting in 4 weeks. Can't wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavsw20 View Post
    Picked our Weimaraner this weekend, collecting in 4 weeks. Can't wait.

    Picture attached of Barney and the other-half.
    He's a little star!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavsw20 View Post
    Picked our Weimaraner this weekend, collecting in 4 weeks. Can't wait.

    Picture attached of Barney and the other-half.
    Great looking pupper! Green eyed monster here.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavsw20 View Post
    Picked our Weimaraner this weekend, collecting in 4 weeks. Can't wait.

    Picture attached of Barney and the other-half.
    Über cuteness!

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    Just acquired this little girl to accompany our 10 year old boy Jack and 11 year old Bichon Frise.

    Twelve week old Ruby and she’s a little darling.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sjedwardz View Post
    Just acquired this little girl to accompany our 10 year old boy Jack and 11 year old Bichon Frise.

    Twelve week old Ruby and she’s a little darling.

    Lovely!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjedwardz View Post
    Just acquired this little girl to accompany our 10 year old boy Jack and 11 year old Bichon Frise.

    Twelve week old Ruby and she’s a little darling.

    Butter wouldn't melt.............!!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Good old Jarvis the Cocker enjoying a walk in Rhossili last month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Butter wouldn't melt.............!!
    Very cute indeed! It'll soon have you trained! ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rousey View Post
    Good old Jarvis the Cocker enjoying a walk in Rhossili last month.
    Joie de vivre personified I think!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Dot spotted a bit of sunshine yesterday when on her armchair.

    First off she just hung over the chair back, but then decided that wasn't enough!





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    Birthday boy last year

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Birthday boy last year

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    Look into my eyes, look into the eyes, the eyes, the eyes, not around the eyes, don't ..............
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Look into my eyes, look into the eyes, the eyes, the eyes, not around the eyes, don't ..............
    Hahaha there's always a lot of concentration where foods involved

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Hahaha there's always a lot of concentration where foods involved

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    Oh yes, indeed!

    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Need some puppers updates. Come on peeps, how are they doing?
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Had this crazy & adorable thing for two years today. Having resisted getting a dog for over 10 years, wouldn’t be without her now.








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    Very cute Ed, also loving the 4.5.

    Just dropped my pooch into the canine creche/hotel for 10 nights, as off to Japan tomorrow, going to really miss her.


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    Lazing on a sunny morning
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    For Their Tomorrow, We Gave Our Today"

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    Our rescue has been with us little over a year now and is a completely different dog from when we got him. So much more secure and calm


    Had our first training session doing tracking yesterday. So rewarding to see when things just clicked and he understood what to do.


    Had a very tired and happy dog afterwards


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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Very cute Ed, also loving the 4.5.

    Just dropped my pooch into the canine creche/hotel for 10 nights, as off to Japan tomorrow, going to really miss her.

    enjoy the trip!

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    A winning smile

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    Quote Originally Posted by meijlinder View Post
    Our rescue has been with us little over a year now and is a completely different dog from when we got him. So much more secure and calm


    Had our first training session doing tracking yesterday. So rewarding to see when things just clicked and he understood what to do.


    Had a very tired and happy dog afterwards

    Happy dreams

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    Very cute Ed, also loving the 4.5.

    Just dropped my pooch into the canine creche/hotel for 10 nights, as off to Japan tomorrow, going to really miss her.

    Putting your dog into a hotel?

    You horrible bugger Derek!

    Just joking mate, have a great trip.
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    Ohh yes nothing but the best, she is staying in the Princess room



    http://www.suffolkcaninecreche.co.uk...y-care-centre/


    • Individual bedrooms, in a brick built insulated building, all on site. Dogs do not have to be transported off site to any other location, they are secure and safe and feel comfortable.
    • Heated with gas radiators, – we chose gas (even though it is more expensive) as this provides immediate heat, and can each room can be individually set to accommodate the smallest smooth coated puppy (maybe a Boston) through to our long coated Newfie guests.
    • We have double glazed doors also providing insulation, not bars.
    • Raised Beds (childrens) with fluffy comfortable bedding, freshly laundered.
    • Themed rooms, maybe your canine buddy has a penchant for a Pirate Room, is a Princess or sees themselves as a budding Buzz Lightyear! This creates a softer environment for your dog, far superior than plain walls, it removes the prison feel of a kennels and creates the bedroom feel of the hotel.
    • Flatscreen TV in EVERY ROOM – this provides a familiar noise and environment to your own homes, thereby reducing stress, and offering similarities that your dogs are at ease with.
    • Webcams in every room and the TV Den, allowing you to see your dog whenever you like, this alleviates your guilt (don’t be guilty, your dog is having a great hotel break), as well as proving to you – we have nothing to hide!
    • Night Managers – a team of competent, caring professional AWAKE Night Managers, who are on site all through the night, they do NOT sleep, their primary duty is to lavish care upon your pooch! In kennels, or establishments that claim to be Hotels, the dogs will be left all night in the kennel block, away from other buildings or houses (so that barking cannot be heard) When you visit here you will rarely hear barking, and when you use your Webcams, you will view that your dog is content and NEVER barking.
    • Our Night managers are a team of separate staff who have not worked all day, they are fresh and alert.
    • Communal Room (or TV DEN), also with a webcam, your dogs will chill out in this room, much like your lounge at home, the TV will be on, we have beds and sofa’s everywhere, it is a relaxed environment, somewhere they can relish in the company of the Night Manager and their fellow overnight guests.
    • CARE 24/7
    • Dog walks over the rec if your stay is a longer one, or if you think your dog requires it, though do remember that they will be more active than normal due to all the playing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meijlinder View Post
    Our rescue has been with us little over a year now and is a completely different dog from when we got him. So much more secure and calm


    Had our first training session doing tracking yesterday. So rewarding to see when things just clicked and he understood what to do.


    Had a very tired and happy dog afterwards

    Brilliant story. I think we won’t mind some ins-and-outs about tracking (and pics of course!)

    Menno

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    This is our "double rescue" mutt Nell. My parents rescued her 13 years ago, and when my mother passed away and my father moved into a nursing home, we took over responsibility for Nell.

    Sometimes she looks like this!



    But most of the time she looks like this:



    Which is fair enough for a 16 year old girl!

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