Discussion in 'suburban75' started by Maurice Picarda, Oct 23, 2013.
She has got attitude tbh, incredibly determined and stubborn
She got some chips
Awwww Poppy doesn’t look happy
She rarely does tbf, she is a bit anxious but does live a good life
Return visit with kids. He's grown - ominously...
Gorgeous When's home time?
He is lovely...
Two weeks. Pick him up on the Friday evening, kids stay at nannies so he can relax a bit, introduce kids on Saturday.
I'm really, really excited.
I bet Looking forward to the avalanche of pics
In Epping Forest doing some recall training on a very long lead that wasn't fastened to anything
And the journey home, sleeping, and seemingly melting, in the car
Biscuit is attempting the sitting room for the first time.
After earlier, attempting a cafe.
The blanket is her “settling blanket.”
It seems to work.
Looks like he's going to be a big boy.
Christ! That's a puppy? Adorable though - I do like giant dogs. Schnitzel is definitely the best name suggestion btw.
He 7 weeks. I think we're all going to live in the shed...
Miserable weather today so, to cheer you all up, here's a picture from yesterday's morning walk:
Biscuit has been full on nuts since midday.
Not your normal or everyday nuts, but full on pelting around the kitchen garbling at four squeaky balls nuts.
She’s had two walks, about two hours in the garden, about an hour of “on your bed” treat distractions so the toddler can exist in the same room, and she’s comprehensively compromised an afternoon of work.
After four attempts at the settling blanket, she’s now in her crate, mostly to save my evening sanity.
No idea what’s hppening there!
does her breath smell of coffee?
Some compromises have been made on the settling blanket principle.
Cassie swiped half a bag of Haribo from the coffee table this evening. She was apparently fast asleep on the sofa but as soon as my son went to go and get a drink, she had them away.
She's now lying on her bed next to me and keeps licking her lips...they were fizzy sweets.
If a dog's face could express embarrassment ...
The writer of the Chernobyl dogs piece was really pleased to have it published in the "Guardian", but rather less pleased that the "Daily Mail", and I think "Sky news" also, ripped it off with no pay and no attribution. Bastards. Not sure if she has got them to see the error of their thieving ways yet.
Could call it "Rofl". I mean they do tend to do quite a bit of rolling on the floor.
My Mum used to have a really big Collie-cross-with god-knows-what that would cry and howl if left outside a shop. Pretty pathetic - I think he often got told "big boys don't cry" but was never convinced.
The rescue have changed their mind and now say we can't have a puppy because our dog was too humpy and scared the puppies. I'm absolutely devastated because I had no idea they'd say that and also because I really didn't think he was badly behaved. He's 2 years old and he humps when he's excited. I can't stop crying which is completely stupid of me
That's terrible news TP
How disappointing trashpony
she ate it
trashpony how disappointing. Are there any other dog rescue centres you could try?
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