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    Dot, making the most of the morning sunshine on her special bit of carpet next to her armchair!








    Got a pic from her American cousin - needs a sunhat out there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Dot, making the most of the morning sunshine on her special bit of carpet next to her armchair!




    Nice one! Freddie the spaniel always makes a beeline for the conservatory in the mornings. Some days I have to stop him, as even with doors and windows open I panic that he's going to overheat!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Mika is our latest rescue dog, saved from a kill shelter in Serbia. He's a beautiful, very elegant chap and has immediately fit into our home!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom4711 View Post




    Mika is our latest rescue dog, saved from a kill shelter in Serbia. He's a beautiful, very elegant chap and has immediately fit into our home!


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    Well done and I'm chuffed he's got a furever home

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    He looks gorgeous, very well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom4711 View Post

    Mika is our latest rescue dog, saved from a kill shelter in Serbia. He's a beautiful, very elegant chap and has immediately fit into our home!


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    Very handsome dog. Who did you use to get him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom4711 View Post



    Mika is our latest rescue dog, saved from a kill shelter in Serbia. He's a beautiful, very elegant chap and has immediately fit into our home!


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    Thats so good. Lovely looking boy.
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Well done Thom.

    A great thing you did!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Nice one! Freddie the spaniel always makes a beeline for the conservatory in the mornings. Some days I have to stop him, as even with doors and windows open I panic that he's going to overheat!
    Dot loves the sun. Lays in it inside or out until she has had enough and then virtually crawls away!

    Always put sunscreen on her beak as the fur is very sparse there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Dot loves the sun. Lays in it inside or out until she has had enough and then virtually crawls away!

    Always put sunscreen on her beak as the fur is very sparse there.
    I put it on our lad too.On his snout, on his head and on his one white ear.

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    Double Oh Dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneyloon View Post
    Fergie helping himself to some peas.... (Makes a change from the rasps!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    Well done and I'm chuffed he's got a furever home

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    Quote Originally Posted by VDG View Post
    He looks gorgeous, very well done.

    Quote Originally Posted by subseastu View Post
    Very handsome dog. Who did you use to get him?
    Quote Originally Posted by oldoakknives View Post
    Thats so good. Lovely looking boy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Well done Thom.

    A great thing you did!

    Thanks all- he has such a lovely, calm temperament and is head over heels in love with our other rescue. Of course the cat still rules the roost!

    We got both of our dogs from Serbia's Forgotten Paws, who are a wonderful charity. In places like Romania and Serbia stray or unloved dogs are rounded up and put in these kill shelters in absolutely appalling conditions before they are ultimately put down. Yes, the healthy ones too. The charity rescue the ones they can and foster them in the UK.

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    TZ meet Freddie, Freddie meet TZ

    I'm house and dog sitting for friends whilst they're on holiday, that means looking after this fur covered lump of muscle for a while. I don't take him for walks, he takes me...

    Freddie

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    [QUOTE=CardShark;5182350]TZ meet Freddie, Freddie meet TZ

    I'm house and dog sitting for friends whilst they're on holiday, that means looking after this fur covered lump of muscle for a while. I don't take him for walks, he takes me...

    Freddie[/QUOTE


    He looks to be full of character! Nice!

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    The boy

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    Site dog cooling off in communal pool
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    We are away for the weekend and Mrs Cs friend has Mable. Its the first time we have left her with anyone since her Frank passed away.

    We checked in to make sure he is alright and this is the picture we got back... fair to say, shes ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craizeehair View Post
    We are away for the weekend and Mrs Cs friend has Mable. Its the first time we have left her with anyone since her Frank passed away.

    We checked in to make sure he is alright and this is the picture we got back... fair to say, shes ok.
    Yup, no worries there!
    Fast is fine, but accuracy is everything.

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    Not mine as Im allergic to them .... but I was close to kidnapping this lovely pup


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    Quote Originally Posted by dandanthewatchman View Post
    Not mine as Im allergic to them .... but I was close to kidnapping this lovely pup


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    Lovely pup indeed but the Airedale looking on is an absolute stunner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabiscuit View Post
    Lovely pup indeed but the Airedale looking on is an absolute stunner.
    I'm no expert but I thought Airedales were bigger?
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    I'm no expert but I thought Airedales were bigger?

    Aye, think Im barking up the wrong tree there. Irish Terrier? Lakeland Terrier? Welsh Terrier? Its that distinctive face.

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    Show us your dogs

    Not an Irish. Could be a puppy class and therefore Airedale may be right



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    Quote Originally Posted by RD200 View Post
    The boy

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    Looks like trouble.....





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    Vesper the blackn tan smooth-haired mini dachsie was pooped this morning after a lot of patrolling in the garden of our holiday cottage...


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    A brief run out for Lilly in the 30 heat today:








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    Quote Originally Posted by seabiscuit View Post
    Aye, think Im barking up the wrong tree there. Irish Terrier? Lakeland Terrier? Welsh Terrier? Its that distinctive face.
    Wire-haired fox terrier?
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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Wire-haired fox terrier?
    Maybe. Or as someone else said, it was possibly a puppy training class. In which case it could have been a wee Airedale. Dont see too many of them nowadays, which is a real shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabiscuit View Post
    Maybe. Or as someone else said, it was possibly a puppy training class. In which case it could have been a wee Airedale. Dont see too many of them nowadays, which is a real shame.
    Could be

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    Looks like trouble.....




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    Spotted a Yorkshire terrorist...😈


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    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch View Post
    Spotted a Yorkshire terrorist...

    That is fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    That is fantastic!
    As soon as the owner starts getting his riding gear on, the dog goes and sits by the bike and wont move until hes lifted into the carrier..
    Hes fastened in on a harness and if it rains he has a small window that can close...his head is through it in this shot.

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    Lost Shabooh around 19 years ago now.
    Just about to have Ozzie drawn in the same style.

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    ^^^^^

    That's lovely.

    Have often thought of having a painting done of Deana, my beloved EBT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by number2 View Post
    Wire-haired fox terrier?
    Correct, Airedales, Welsh and Lakeland terriers are black and tan.

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    Meet Cooper. Or better: meer him again. I posted his pics a few years back as well. Were his foster family for this weekend.

    A 4.5 y/old Staffy. Well, Staffy... on the outside. The inside is a dog with the spirit and attitude of a Labrador! Best mates with everybody he meets. Dogs, people and especially children are his best friend.

    The owners advised us to take him for an intense walk. Hour and a half will keep him calm for a part... of the day! A Red Bull commercial on paws!




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    This is our boy last week on 'Two Lads' Rivington.
    The muck on his face is where the suncream had been before he entered various streams.
    He can find muck and water just as easy as he can find strategically placed treats at home, like most dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thieuster View Post
    Meet Cooper. Or better: meer him again. I posted his pics a few years back as well. Were his foster family for this weekend.

    A 4.5 y/old Staffy. Well, Staffy... on the outside. The inside is a dog with the spirit and attitude of a Labrador! Best mates with everybody he meets. Dogs, people and especially children are his best friend.

    The owners advised us to take him for an intense walk. Hour and a half will keep him calm for a part... of the day! A Red Bull commercial on paws!




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    That will keep you fit Menno!

    Fortunately EBT's are not keen a on a lot of exercise, pretty much bone idle - like their owner.
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    Mave and I went fungi foraging today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Mave and I went fungi foraging today.
    Three porcini for the pan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by verv View Post
    Mave and I went fungi foraging today.
    Nice work.

    Have you trained her as a truffle hound?
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    Loving the EBT & Stafford content, and Mave is an excellent forest companion. Bless them all.

    Im on holiday at the moment and loving being with mine every minute of every hour of every day. They are just such lovely companions.


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    ^^^

    Great you can take your dogs on holiday with you.

    Enjoy yourself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    ^^^

    Great you can take your dogs on holiday with you.

    Enjoy yourself!
    Thanks, I am. We take them on at least two trips a year. Generally we go to the Dordogne and Cornwall, this year the latter only thanks to Brexit uncertainties at the time of booking last year. We knew what the EU position would be with regards to taking them out of the U.K., but the U.K. position on pet passports wasnt clarified and hence we couldnt guarantee that wed be able to bring them back without quarantine. Grrrrrrr

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