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13 hours ago, Rizzo said:

I like how your guy is modest enough to cover his bits with his tail. Both of mine just let everything hang loose.

Aye, he's very disciplined.

The big guy's testacles went many years ago mind you. He's nearly 10 now

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1 hour ago, Shandon Par said:

Does it yank out your broadband cable if St Mirren lose?

I had him watching the County game last night!

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13 years is a decent set of innings.  You gave your dog a good life,  that’s all we really can do.  I miss my last one that died, but I remember him with fondness.  I’m sure you’ll be the same.

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Was it a pyometra Keira had? A friend of ours lost their old girl to the same thing, horrible disease. :(

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I had him watching the County game last night!
Sakes, someone get this reported to the SSPCA

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My dog passed away a year ago and I miss Astra so much. We've picked her up on the street and she was a loyal friend to our family for almost eight years... When I and my father saw her at first she was a little helpless puppy, totally exhausted with fleas. It took a lot of time to get rid of fleas and bites to return her into a normal life. I was thinking about adopting another dog but I have a feeling that nothing will replace me Astra.

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48 minutes ago, DirtyLM said:

My dog passed away a year ago and I miss Astra so much. We've picked her up on the street and she was a loyal friend to our family for almost eight years... When I and my father saw her at first she was a little helpless puppy, totally exhausted with fleas. It took a lot of time to get rid of fleas and bites to return her into a normal life. I was thinking about adopting another dog but I have a feeling that nothing will replace me Astra.

You always remember the dogs you lose but please think about adopting another. Best thing I did was get another Grey after our other passed, sort of a continuation if ye like.

There's a lot of beautiful hounds stuck in animal shelters.

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Was it a pyometra Keira had? A friend of ours lost their old girl to the same thing, horrible disease.
That's exactly what she had, apparently its the equivalent to an adult humans appendix bursting. Horrible.
13 years is a decent set of innings.  You gave your dog a good life,  that’s all we really can do.  I miss my last one that died, but I remember him with fondness.  I’m sure you’ll be the same.
Yep, the original "wean" in our wee family. The vet actually said "she's quite fat eh" I just looked at her and said, see if you loved eating steak and hated exercise, im sure you'd be tubby as well.
Bad ownership or not, Keira absolutely hated going out for a slash in the rain never mind a walk roundd the block, and hated even getting the lead out the cupboard, so if she didn't want to go, then I sure as hell wasn't making her, much preferring to lie sprawled across my chest snoring. Last night was hard, every Saturday night after the takeaway it was chill out on the couch time.

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Bad ownership my arse. Lovely looking wee dug and we'll looked after I'm sure. I'm sorry for your loss. I still miss my old dug and he died over 20 year ago.

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That’s a nice new duvet cover you bought yourself.  Never been used huh?  Lemme try that out.

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Similarly, it’s obviously been a tough weekend for the Mad Beast Alliance who are snoozing like f**k while I get some work done:
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59 minutes ago, J_Stewart said:

Similarly, it’s obviously been a tough weekend for the Mad Beast Alliance who are snoozing like f**k while I get some work done:
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You are better off sticking to posting on the canine front Stew :).

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22 hours ago, The Elephant & Castle said:

You always remember the dogs you lose but please think about adopting another. Best thing I did was get another Grey after our other passed, sort of a continuation if ye like.

There's a lot of beautiful hounds stuck in animal shelters.

I was saying to my partner the other week that you'll always find something to love about any dog (unless it's a chihuahua). 

My first dog was a 12yo mongrel that we got from the Dogs Trust. She bonded with us pretty much immediately and was always perfectly behaved. When she had to be put down with a blood vessel tumor we were left with Jake who was pining away so we had  to look into taking on another dog sooner than we wanted. Went to the SSPCA and the dog he liked the best was another mongrel that was 4yo and had clearly never been trained. She was reactive, impulsive, destructive and had to be walked early morning or late at night for the safety of the general public. Even a year after we got her I was pondering asking the rescue to take her back. We'd been to a few different training classes and paid through the nose for them but she couldn't even be let off her lead as shed just bolt. Comparing her to my old girl was like comparing chalk and cheese.

Eventually we found a good behaviourist who was able to help us with her and now she's pretty reliable outdoors. Wouldn't be without her now but she's still totally different in both looks and personality to our first girl.

If anyone in the room farted or burped she'd actually get up and leave the room. :lol:

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Took Skye up the Meikle bin today, somehow went up the wrong way but the views were nice.

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I was saying to my partner the other week that you'll always find something to love about any dog (unless it's a chihuahua). 
My first dog was a 12yo mongrel that we got from the Dogs Trust. She bonded with us pretty much immediately and was always perfectly behaved. When she had to be put down with a blood vessel tumor we were left with Jake who was pining away so we had  to look into taking on another dog sooner than we wanted. Went to the SSPCA and the dog he liked the best was another mongrel that was 4yo and had clearly never been trained. She was reactive, impulsive, destructive and had to be walked early morning or late at night for the safety of the general public. Even a year after we got her I was pondering asking the rescue to take her back. We'd been to a few different training classes and paid through the nose for them but she couldn't even be let off her lead as shed just bolt. Comparing her to my old girl was like comparing chalk and cheese.
Eventually we found a good behaviourist who was able to help us with her and now she's pretty reliable outdoors. Wouldn't be without her now but she's still totally different in both looks and personality to our first girl.
If anyone in the room farted or burped she'd actually get up and leave the room. 
Oi my wee chihuahua is a brilliant wee dog!!!! Lol

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2 hours ago, quickoverayard said:

Oi my wee chihuahua is a brilliant wee dog!!!! Lol

Pics or gtf

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