Goodbye to mans best friend

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Happy Hayes
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Re: Goodbye to mans best friend

Post by Happy Hayes » Sun May 28 2017 09:28

Funnily enough my boys the same as far as the garden concerned,he'll tolerate the sparrows but nothing else,
He runs from the bath ,but loves it when in it.
I honestly think that he believes his one of us and not a dog
His got a few friends over the local park but ignores most others.
When he was a pup he destroyed the house when left alone (ate window sills,chewed doors , plaster off the walls )
I don't dare add how much that all cost,but that's the joy of owning a Shar-pei.
as a pup we bought him a cage as advised , he even destroyed that.
Would l change anything, no ,not one bit ,10 years on he's stopped eating the house ,
But still gets the hump when left alone and on occasions destroys the garden instead just like a naughty kid.
I can't think what life would be like without him,after all "he is daddy's boy "

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Re: Goodbye to mans best friend

Post by suffolk si » Sat Jun 03 2017 16:19

Took puppy in a Chub recce today, he loved it, don't think the chub did though!
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Re: Goodbye to mans best friend

Post by Kev Berry » Sat Jun 03 2017 20:20

Nige Johns wrote:
Happy Hayes wrote:
Nige Johns wrote:
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Cute little fecker Si,this is Eddie 5 months old,old softies that we are :grin:
Looks like butter wouldn't melt in his mouth
Then again they all do when their asleep.
I'll have to try the booze thing, it might chill mine when I leave him alone.
He's a funny little bleeder,he'll chase anything that moves,from squirrels,to leaves,he even caught a fly the other night,and you can always guarantee that when you're in the bath he'll be hanging over the edge drinking the bath water,he's just started :hump: on the side of his bed so he'll be off to the vets soon I think.After Harry died aged 16 and 1/2, I thought it might take a while to really love Eddie but he's just so cute and funny he's already stole my heart in a different kind of way :thumbs:
I just don't know why people want to mutilate their dogs---never done it to any of mine and never had any problems, castrated dogs will still stick their noses where they shouldn't, and still try to s**g bitches, cushions, legs etc

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Re: Goodbye to mans best friend

Post by Edward.P.A.C » Sun Jun 04 2017 05:22

suffolk si wrote:
Took puppy in a Chub recce today, he loved it, don't think the chub did though!
I know that swim,...... :cool: :laughs:
“The only way to avoid pîssîng people off is to do nothing important.” — Oliver Emberton

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