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Discussion in 'Dog Photo Galleries' started by icanneverthinkofagoodname, Aug 16, 2009.


  1. icanneverthinkofagoodname

    icanneverthinkofagoodname PetForums Junior

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    As requested:

    This is Che - who i found out yesterday is actually called Upper Class Hit. I have had him about 4 months, he came from a lovely family who are moving to New Zealand but couldnt take him:

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    He likes the belly rubs:

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    AND BALLS!

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    This is Buster - he is a pedigree but his previous owner lost his registration certificate :rolleyes:. He came from a lady who bought him from a carpark in Bristol for 1k, then took him home to her 4 children under 3 and the 3 over 10, where she worked full time and he spent all day every day in her kitchen and then got time in the garden in the morning and the evening. The only other dogs he had ever seen were his mother and his littermates (when he was a baby) Thankfully, his previous owner knew when Buster wasnt getting a fair deal and asked me on the off chance if i wanted him "Because he was too nice to put down" intially i said no- he was bald, emaciated, swollen and very sick. But i had a change of heart and said yes, 2 days before he had been booked in to be euthanised. Over time he has really become a lovely dog, very happy, waggy and fantastic with people. Dogs are another matter, he is getting better with them (he loves Che to bits) but i dont think he'll ever be 100%. You can heal the physical scars, but the mental ones are a different story, and for the sake of socialising him, this never would be an issue now.

    A few days after i got him:

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    And up to almost a year later:

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    Out in the Park:

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    #1 icanneverthinkofagoodname, Aug 16, 2009
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  2. amanda123

    amanda123 PetForums Member

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    Gorgeous!! I love them both. You're great for taking them on. I hope they give you lots of happiness!
     
  3. hobo99

    hobo99 PetForums VIP

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    You have done a very good job with them , i think they are great.:)
     
  4. Luvdogs

    Luvdogs PetForums VIP

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    They are lovely ;), good on you for taking them on
     
  5. Yourgifts Ourgifts

    Yourgifts Ourgifts PetForums VIP

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    Well done you.;) Stunning dogs..:D
     
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    sarahberra PetForums Member

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    I never thought I would say this, but those wrinkly dogs are very cute!
     
  7. icanneverthinkofagoodname

    icanneverthinkofagoodname PetForums Junior

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    Thanks all!

    They ARE very cute, aloof, amusing, clever, stubborn and many more adjectives
     
  8. amanda123

    amanda123 PetForums Member

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    I love those wrinkles too- my dog's a French Bulldog mix so she has a wrinkly forehead and it's SO cute!:)
     
  9. plumo72

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    They are gorgeous :)
     
  10. Rebecca and the pack

    Rebecca and the pack PetForums Junior

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    They are so cute!
     
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