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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    I'm certain dogs can sense when they are 'home' with a new family or owner. Many people have said they felt that way when they got them home.
    You're spot on.
    He got excited when we went to see him as the lady at the rescue home pointed out when had a bit of a wee.
    Once he had his new forever home there was never a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    You're spot on.
    He got excited when we went to see him as the lady at the rescue home pointed out when had a bit of a wee.
    Once he had his new forever home there was never a problem

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    So many of them just want to belong somewhere.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hhhh View Post
    Haha Boxer by any chance??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pembers View Post
    Haha Boxer by any chance??
    Ha, boxer, no question. Takes me back to my childhood, we had three of them.

    Seen that view many a time, along with drool bubbles. Always makes me chuckle.

    My shadow, complete with Ďare we going out or whatí look.




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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMater View Post
    Ha, boxer, no question. Takes me back to my childhood, we had three of them.

    Seen that view many a time, along with drool bubbles. Always makes me chuckle.

    My shadow, complete with Ďare we going out or whatí look.




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    Yeh, Ive always grown up with Boxers, had two of my own, defiantly the clowns of the dog world.

    That looks like a 'can we go to the pub dad' look to me!! lol

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    Three family oldies here, all in doggie heaven now....

    Basil (Parents dog) who lived to 17, and Kyra my Boxer




    Remy giving it 'whatever' lol


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    Ted

    I posted Teddy and his growth last December.
    He's quite a big boy now, every moment is seen as a 'Play' opportunity....



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    It wasn't me says Polo

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    It wasn't me says Polo

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    ďBig dogs came............Ē ;-)
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    ďBig dogs came............Ē ;-)
    Hahaha yeah it was the Alsatians and Rotties

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    Beagling about.....


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    My shadows. I get to sit on the little spot to the left.




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    Brown lab on a chesterfield... that can cause dire situations when you want to sit down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEZELBOY View Post
    I posted Teddy and his growth last December.
    He's quite a big boy now, every moment is seen as a 'Play' opportunity....



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    I wouldn't mind seeing more pics featuring Teddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    Brown lab on a chesterfield... that can cause dire situations when you want to sit down!

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    I wouldn't mind seeing more pics featuring Teddy
    Thanks for asking to see more.
    At the risk of showing off, here's a handful of more photos, Teddy has turned out to be such a loyal, trustworthy and kind character, always entertaining in his play!














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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    It wasn't me says Polo

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    I know all about that!

    Dot had a nice comfortable duvet on her landing bed at one time.

    Just blankets now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BEZELBOY View Post
    Thanks for asking to see more.
    At the risk of showing off, here's a handful of more photos, Teddy has turned out to be such a loyal, trustworthy and kind character, always entertaining in his play!














    Andy
    Thanks for posting! No, you're not showing off. It's a beautiful dog and he looks to have a fine character as well. Regular updates are welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    I know all about that!

    Dot had a nice comfortable duvet on her landing bed at one time.

    Just blankets now.



    Knowing EBTs there are two possibilities: "I simply had to do this. It's a part of my character." Or... like my wife's dog -and he wasn't the smartest- a simple "Huh? What?" suited him best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEZELBOY View Post
    Thanks for asking to see more.
    At the risk of showing off, here's a handful of more photos, Teddy has turned out to be such a loyal, trustworthy and kind character, always entertaining in his play!














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    Heís gorgeous, beautiful colour.

    Heís a big lad isnít he? Who takes who for a walk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMater View Post
    Heís gorgeous, beautiful colour.

    Heís a big lad isnít he? Who takes who for a walk?
    Ha!
    Good question, debatable sometimes.
    But as we live deep in the Suffolk countryside, heís mostly off the lead and roams freely.

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    You must live in a very dry part of the country to put such a nice coat on a Lab.

    They tend to love water even if they need to break the ice on top. The stinkier, the better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    You must live in a very dry part of the country to put such a nice coat on a Lab.

    They tend to love water even if they need to break the ice on top. The stinkier, the better.
    Hahaha if you see a dog swimming, more often than not it'll be either a lab or a spaniel. My staffie likes the water too but doesn't swim, just for cooling down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint-Just View Post
    You must live in a very dry part of the country to put such a nice coat on a Lab.

    They tend to love water even if they need to break the ice on top. The stinkier, the better.
    You're right.
    I believe Suffolk is supposed to be the driest County in the country and you're dead right about the water being the stinkier the better.
    We have a lot of Fens around us, Teddy just loves wading through the goo at the soonest opportunity.
    Talking of dog coats though, Ted is the third Chocolate Lab that we have had over 4 decades and this time we have only ever fed him with the best quality, (read expensive), dry food that we can get and to date we have had no issues with joints, eyes, ears, pads or coat.
    For goodies, we give him pieces of carrot and cucumber which he loves.

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    Same here regarding food. My (Irish) terrier is partial to green beans. Itís quite funny.
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    Show us your dogs

    Iíd second this. I live round the corner from a lovely pet shop called Posh Paws and my missus went straight for the best (most expensive) dry dog food they sell. My little cocker Toby has a few behavioural problems (of my making tbf) but his coat is incredible. We put him on standard James Wellbeloved stuff once (I bought it to see if heíd know the difference) and you could definitely see the negative difference in the fortnight he had it. Switched back.

    Treats in our house are sausages. Heís currently on Heck ones because I bought them for me and let them go off. Currently chilling under my desk. Spoiled little guy...




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    What dry food do people fed their dogs? We used to use James wellbeloved.

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    Used to feed James Wellbeloved, but in my opinion itís not great. Apparently they were bought by some big company a few years ago and the recipe was changed for the worse.

    Now using Orijen. Itís expensive but you donít use much, and the quality is amazing. More importantly she wolfs it down, which she never did with James Wellbeloved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    Knowing EBTs there are two possibilities: "I simply had to do this. It's a part of my character." Or... like my wife's dog -and he wasn't the smartest- a simple "Huh? What?" suited him best.
    I think, "it's part of their character" suits best Menno.

    Our previous EBT Bitch was exactly the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subseastu View Post
    What dry food do people fed their dogs? We used to use James wellbeloved.
    Langham's hypoallergenic from Aldi.

    Very reasonably priced.

    Dot thrives on it and scarfs it down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeOfCheese View Post
    Used to feed James Wellbeloved, but in my opinion itís not great. Apparently they were bought by some big company a few years ago and the recipe was changed for the worse.

    Now using Orijen. Itís expensive but you donít use much, and the quality is amazing. More importantly she wolfs it down, which she never did with James Wellbeloved.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Langham's hypoallergenic from Aldi.

    Very reasonably priced.

    Dot thrives on it and scarfs it down.
    Thank you both. Its a couple of years now since we had a dog and I was just going to go back to using the james stuff but will think again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Hahaha if you see a dog swimming, more often than not it'll be either a lab or a spaniel. My staffie likes the water too but doesn't swim, just for cooling down

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    Here's Barley our previous spaniel who loved the water, swimming out to some rocks to see if there's any wildlife to bring back to me!


    On his way back having decided there's nothing there worth having.



    And searching the rock pools for interesting stuff......


    Freddie the current spaniel member of the family will only paddle and runs back to dry land if the water gets too deep!

    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Here's Barley our previous spaniel who loved the water, swimming out to some rocks to see if there's any wildlife to bring back to me!


    On his way back having decided there's nothing there worth having.



    And searching the rock pools for interesting stuff......


    Freddie the current spaniel member of the family will only paddle and runs back to dry land if the water gets too deep!

    Latest one looks full of energy

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    Our boy likes walking in the countryside , beaches, lakes, streams, country pub beer gardens, chasing squirrels, black pudding, scotch eggs, sausages, mud, sleeping and his mam and dad

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    The pic is in Troutbeck and he's spotted the Mortal Man pub
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    Quote Originally Posted by subseastu View Post
    What dry food do people fed their dogs? We used to use James wellbeloved.
    We feed one of ours on Lillyís Kitchen grain free. Chicken and duck..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Latest one looks full of energy

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    He's actually the laziest spaniel I've ever met! Would rather be on his back with all paws in the air than anything else. Bit of a big wooss really!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subseastu View Post
    What dry food do people fed their dogs? We used to use James wellbeloved.
    Beco or Vonziu. Available on Amazon. Regular promotions on Beco, if not Vonziu. He seems to like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pembers View Post
    Haha Boxer by any chance??
    Yep. Looks like this the right way up...

    And this is what a brand new pair of Maui Jimís looks like 5 minutes after she ďborrowedĒ them from the table when nobody was looking...


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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    He's actually the laziest spaniel I've ever met! Would rather be on his back with all paws in the air than anything else. Bit of a big wooss really!
    Is rolling in grass a favourite too?

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    Walking off a hangover...




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    Quote Originally Posted by hhhh View Post
    Yep. Looks like this the right way up...

    And this is what a brand new pair of Maui Jimís looks like 5 minutes after she ďborrowedĒ them from the table when nobody was looking...

    Our old boxer, that that we unfortunately lost way too early a few years ago...
    Such a great breed. Not a day passed without him putting a smile on our faces. Just a giant goof

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    Quote Originally Posted by BEZELBOY View Post



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chinnock View Post
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    Handsome!

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    Pupdate on my lurcher not so puppy.
    She's now 6 months old and the attitude to match.
    These photos are at 3 months and 6months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeOfCheese View Post
    Walking off a hangover...



    You shouldnít let the dog drink too much 😂

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    Itís official......Iím a chav





    I felt like Iíd lost my shadow after losing Stella a few weeks ago. Now Iíve got her back. The picture doesnít do it justice, Iím really pleased with it. 5 hours in the chair, I never thought Iíd get a tattoo. Stands back and waits for abuse that this should be in the crap tattoo thread


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    I do not like tattoos, but itís a beautiful tat. Well done.
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    Not a chav. That only happens when you have the BMW tattood on your other arm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAM580 View Post
    Itís official......Iím a chav





    I felt like Iíd lost my shadow after losing Stella a few weeks ago. Now Iíve got her back. The picture doesnít do it justice, Iím really pleased with it. 5 hours in the chair, I never thought Iíd get a tattoo. Stands back and waits for abuse that this should be in the crap tattoo thread


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    I know itís hard to judge properly from a pic, but looks like a really good likeness.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PAM580 View Post
    Itís official......Iím a chav





    I felt like Iíd lost my shadow after losing Stella a few weeks ago. Now Iíve got her back. The picture doesnít do it justice, Iím really pleased with it. 5 hours in the chair, I never thought Iíd get a tattoo. Stands back and waits for abuse that this should be in the crap tattoo thread


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    Mate, I used to hate dogs and really didnít understand why people had the dirty, messy, noisy things in their houses.

    Now Iíve got Toby I cannot imagine a house without him rustling around (my wife is currently trying to corral him into having his flea treatment in the living room and not succeeding). I often absentmindedly thing of the day that I lose him and itís unbearable. So I guess what Iím saying is that I get you mate. Youíre not a chav, youíre just lucky enough to have loved her for so long and thatís worth commemorating. Is a great likeness and if it makes you happy then good on you, anyone whoís lost a little furry pal would get it.




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