what pets do you have

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  1. Ritchierich

    Ritchierich Well-Known Member

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    That looks nasty, hope he gets better soon.

    I remember getting hurt the last time I sniffed a girls bottom and a restraining order, lesson learnt! :D
     
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  2. Lozzy

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    Lol :D

    He'll get better before my bloody wallet....£570 :confused:

    He's been answering to twat for the last couple of days :rolleyes:
     
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  3. Barstewardsquad

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    Funny for the comment and not the wounds to your Fritter fund or Nipster.
     
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  4. bazzashadow

    bazzashadow Senior Member

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    Aaahhhhh bless him, cheeky mare:p:p:p:p:p:p:p
     
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  5. tuktuk

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    Wally is shite when it comes to taking shit from other dogs too. He just stands there and let's it happen. Yet he loves trying to tear my ear off the side of my head play fighting.

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  6. Barstewardsquad

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    Such a cute thing, just as well really as the little bugger bolted the other night whilst I didn't have a proper hold of the lead and broke one of my fingers!

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  7. tuktuk

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    Crazy bastard :eek:
     
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  8. hitch

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    My missus took this one
    I’m in a stabilising boot at the moment...torn ligaments in my ankle, so I’m housebound :(

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  9. bladey

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    We had 2 yellow labs till 18 months ago. 14 and 15 so good long lives but it kicks your insides when they go.
     
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  10. Paul Longstaff

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    Not had my dogs since 2010 and still miss them. They become part of your family and that leaves a big gap when they're gone :(
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    This bugger still liked to sit on your lap for a cuddle when he was 12 stone:confused:
     
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  11. raphael

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    Getting big isn’t he mate, my next dog I think
     
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  12. tuktuk

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    Yeah mate hes started filling out and looking more like a dog rather than a pup. Dont think hes going to be a big bruiser of a dog but got a little growing left to come.

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    I can honestly say I wont have a bull terrier when I come to get my own dog! He can be a proper nightmare when he wants to and it's nice to be able to say right I'm off and leave him to it :D
     
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  13. raphael

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    how do you mean mate? My bulldogs could be a proper pain in the arse and wreck the place.

    must admit, the nutter side of them is the bit I’m liking but it’s in the back of my mind for how long
     
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    Here’s little Napoleon :p

    Mum is a Smooth Haired Dachshund (brown dapple) Dad is a Wire Haired Jack Russell (tri colour).

    The litter was an interesting mix of colours, 2 x silver dapples (what I have), 3 x Black and Tan, 2 x cream/white.

    He’s 5 months old now, my first dog but the other half’s family has had Jack Russell’s for the last 25 years.

    I had him pretty much by myself for the first 3 weeks and I’m not embarrassed to say by week 2, I was in the foetal position and wondering if I had made a mistake :p. Then the first time I didn’t have him for a couple of days, couldn’t help but notice how quiet the house was. Ok for the first day, but then I realised I missed the bugger!

    we had originally wanted a Shiba Inu and we had agreed/reserved a pup from a breeder who first listed the advert at £2500, then edited it to £2500-£3000, then £3000+ During which we passed on several other litters listed at £2500 each.

    Pups were born then she said she wanted £4000 a pup :mad:. Needless to say, that was never going to happen - absolute see you next Tuesday.
     
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  15. tuktuk

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    They bulldogs were a dream compared to Wally :D

    Hes just a bit bonkers at times, apparently it's common where they 'zoom' and hes literally bouncing off the walls, furniture, fireplace o_O Hes clever and mostly obedient but stubborn too and if hes not in the mood will just crack on as he pleases no matter what you do. Play fighting is a bit intense, the neighbours probably think there is a dog fighting pit as hes very vocal.

    Hes still young and has that puppy nature and energy so will hopefully calm as he ages. Fingers crossed :eek:
     
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  16. Trav_1981

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    Our Dexter the 4 month old Jack-a-poo.....
     
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  17. Paul Longstaff

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    My Benson (the one sitting on my lap above) just never grew up. Stayed a puppy all his life, just wanted to eat and play all day every day.
    He wasn't stupid though....if ever he heard the wife's hair dryer going late afternoon or early evening he would go and lie down in front of the front door. He would then absolutely not budge for anything or anyone. He had worked out that meant we wete going on the beer and leaving him and jasmine in the house so he would literally block the front door so we couldn't leave.
    Many a time all dressed up the missus teetering in the heels would have 2 paws and I would have the other 2 paws as we dragged him into the front room before dashing out :mad:
    He absolutely played his size and weight to his advantage the little sod & bizarrely he loved eating sky remotes too ....a weekly trip to argos for a replacement every Saturday...nuts just nuts but I would love to have him all over again:rolleyes:
    Christ your all making me think about getting another dog now..ffs
     
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  18. tuktuk

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    Haha. It's amazing how much of a character they have.

    One of the Bulldogs my dad had would go in a right huff every day when my dad took his shoes off meaning he wasnt going out for a walk. If you got the lead out though youd have to chase him round the house to get it on as he didn't really want to go. Awkward shit .
     
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  20. Gravel trap

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    currently dog sitting this beauty. his dog wife is in season and owners don't want a litter this time round so he's come for a holiday . bloody love him. super well behaved good boy all round.
     

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