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Craven met a donkey

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by cravensmum, May 2, 2011.


  1. cravensmum

    cravensmum PetForums VIP

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    On our walk today we passed a childrens farm,we saw ponies,donkies & alpacas.
    The donkey was the only one brave enough to come and say hello.
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    Getting closer
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    They did actually meet nose to nose before Craven got too excited.
    And one of the Alpacas.
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  2. McKenzie

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    That's so cute :) Kenzie loves donkeys and horses too.
     
  3. Dogless

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    Lovely pictures; the donkey looks quite baffled with Craven's invitation to play!!
     
  4. Nicky10

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    Lovely pictures very bemused looking donkey though.
     
  5. babycham2002

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    That is so cute, what a lovely donkey
     
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    Awwrh! :) lovely pictures.
     
  7. rona

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    Lovely pics:)
    Looks like Craven has started to fill out now, got any side on shots? :D
     
  8. cravensmum

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    Excuse the muddy paws.
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  9. rona

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    That is one handsome beast you have there :)
    He's certainly filling out, the chest had deepened considerably over the last month or so hasn't it?
    Getting some good muscles in those legs too :D
    AND muddy dogs are happy dogs :D
     
  10. cravensmum

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    He certainly looks a lot better than the skinny dog I took on just over a year ago.

    It's nice to get someone else's view as when you are with them all the time you don't always see the differences.
     
  11. rona

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    Hope that harness has some more room, you are going to need it soon :D
    How old is he now?
     
  12. cravensmum

    cravensmum PetForums VIP

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    He's probably just over 2,when I got him in March last year he was approx 1.

    I have managed to trace his history back to October 2009,where he was taken in by a Foxhound welfare charity,who took him from a dog pound where he was going to be PTS.:mad:
     
  13. babycham2002

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    If you fancied doing fun/companion shows I reckon you'd clean up with him. Gorgeous and from that side on photo lovely movement and topline



    Well done on your fantastic work with him, what a lucky lucky boy
     
  14. cravensmum

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    Thats 2 people have said that from that photo,and the other person shows hounds.

    I might give it a go,but he's still too distracted by other dogs and wants to say hello to them all at the moment.
     
  15. rona

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    He's a pack animal, do you think you will succeed in getting him to ignore other dogs? :D
     
  16. cravensmum

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    Probably not.:rolleyes:
     
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