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    1. Dogless
      Thanks for the rep x
    2. Space Chick
      Space Chick
      Thanks for the rep x
    3. lilythepink
      ta for the rep
    4. Rafa
      Thank you for my rep. x
    5. StormyThai
      Thank you for the rep :)
    6. feathered bird lover
      feathered bird lover
      yes, he is a lovely boy indeed.
      my bruv-in-law has liked cycling from a very young age. he's now nearly 63 and still races, and does some charity cycle runs too. he has been semi-retired for a couple of years now.
      hope you all have a great day and that the weather holds up for you all.
      i have been watching the t-de-f, going through yorkshire, on t.v., looks beautiful. my sis held a special birthday, a few years ago now, in a small place called stillington, was lovely there. we travelled down to see the 'white horse', was amazing. ttfn
    7. feathered bird lover
      feathered bird lover
      no not a clot at all, things like that can happen.
      what breed of dog is duke, he's lovely, oh, cats too ofcourse.
      we once had a gsd named duke, he was named after an actor, john wayne, (duke was his 'nick name').
      max and i were soaked through today, had our water-proofs on too. i haven't seen rain like that since watching a programme on the african rain forest, dearie me, still warm though. have a loely weekend, ttfn
    8. feathered bird lover
      feathered bird lover
      your welcome.
      the weather here has been warm, sunny. i spray max down with lukewarm water on leaving and on getting back from our walks. i do try not to walk him if it's warm, but if he needs to 'go' he needs to 'go'.
      i meant to say, i just love your avatar pic.
      take care, ttfn
    9. feathered bird lover
      feathered bird lover
      hi, just read your post on your dog vomitting and soft poo's, runny snout, lack of appetite, just by chance is your dog neutered. my dog had similar symptoms a few weeks ago and on visit to vet, had a thorough check over. result was, bitches on 'heat'. i'm not stating that this is the cause of what's happening to your dog, just giving you an option. let us know how your dog is thanks, take care, ttfn
    10. moonviolet
      Thank you for the rep x
    11. cheekyscrip
      thank u for my rep
    12. CaliDog
      Thank you for the rep ;) it made me giggle xx
    13. CoCoTrio
      Thanx for the rep ssk. :) Love your avatar pic there!
    14. Rafa
      Thank you for the rep and the kind comment. x
    15. Sled dog hotel
      Sled dog hotel
      Thank you for the rep.x
    16. Zaros

      Just dropping by to say thank you for the Rep' you awarded me Re: Preparing for injuries to dogs.

      Talk of muzzles greatly angers me because it appears to be a hot topic at the moment with all and sundry.

      Especially those who live close by and believe the BIG Oscar should be muzzled when we take him out. They've even called the police to ask if there was anything they can do.

      Oscar's a true Gentle Giant and yet he's the most hated and feared dog in these parts. :sad:

      Thanks again.

    17. Dogless
      Thanks for the rep!! x
    18. Frenchwood
      Thanks for the rep! :)
    19. rottiepointerhouse
      Thank you for the rep. I'm still not sure how it all works but I appreciate it. Kaye x
    20. springerpete
      Thanks for the rep. only just seen it.
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