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Ginger Hound out and about today

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by GingerHound, Apr 20, 2011.


  1. GingerHound

    GingerHound PetForums Member

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    Took this picture of the Ginger Hound out and about today, just before we went to the vets to buy a new harness, new leishmaniasis collar and a worming tablet - not much change from a €100. These free dogs are expensive. :D

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    Thought I'd share one happy looking hound.
     
  2. Nicky10

    Nicky10 PetForums VIP

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    Lovely looking dog.
     
  3. Cute dog:D
    What big ears he has:D can he fly?
     
  4. GingerHound

    GingerHound PetForums Member

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    He did make a flying leap once over a wall to get to one of his deadly enemies (a small dog that hates the sight of him) but thats as close as it gets. :D
     
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    Looks as if he's laughing; happy dog :).
     
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    Aww, he is lovely. (I actually thought he was quite tall but he has a bit of a Corgi vibe going on doesnt he??);)
     
  7. GingerHound

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    Don't mention the "c" word around him - he doesn't like it. :D

    He is actually some sort of Andalucian Podenco, possibly crossed with another breed, or just a short legged version. There are lots of Podencos around here that look just like him, but usually with normal size legs - whoops, I mean freakily long legs.

    People are always saying "oh look at that cute C***i" - mind you, the other day someone said "Look at that long legged C***i" - it sort of half made his day. :)
     
  8. Aw he is lovely. Great picture:)
     
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    Aw he's lovely, reminds me a bit of my daughters' dog who a lot of people use the C word for too but she's a JRT x collie
     

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    GingerHound PetForums Member

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    I can see why people say that, but really, C***is in the flesh look nothing like our dogs.

    Plus my dog at least has never been to Windsor. :)
     
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    What a lovely looking hound you have there! :001_smile:
    Looks like he's had a good day :thumbup:
     
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    Hes a lovely looking dog:) Is the collar a Scalibor, if so is it ok with the cat ?
     
  13. GingerHound

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    Yes, its a scalibor. I can't see the cat having enough contact with it to be a problem - its not like she cuddles up to him or anything. They also have separate sleeping areas. Interesting point though for dog/cat owners to be aware of.
     
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    Thanks, I'm thinking of getting some, and perhaps using just for walks.:)
     
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    I don't know, but I assumed the Scalibor works by the pet absorbing whatever chemicals are in it through the skin. Don't know if would work if you just used it on walks.

    Maybe worth looking on the Scalibor website to find out more?

    I do know that cats are specifically not supposed to wear the Scalibor collars.
     
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