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Not really much point, just made me smile

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Flamingoes, Sep 30, 2013.


  1. Flamingoes

    Flamingoes PetForums VIP

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    We met 2 of Bumbles best friends on the beach today, 2 rottie pups (who have suddenly become the size of bear cubs over night though we see them most days :skep: )

    Anyway we were walking along and one of them picked up a feather and they were all playing with it.

    A lady walking towards us suddenly started screaming 'OH MY GOD, it's eaten a seagull, those dogs shouldn't be allowed on the beach!' then scooped up her kid and ran off, leaving the dogs all :huh:

    When they were new-ish-ly hatched

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  2. lostbear

    lostbear Bear right at Newcastle . . .

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    They're lovely! What is it about puppies (sigh).
     
  3. eiretzu

    eiretzu PetForums Member

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    Lovely photos. What a stupid woman. Must be lovely to live near the beach.
     
  4. Flamingoes

    Flamingoes PetForums VIP

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    It really is! I've lived here about 5 years now and I'm still excited by it :lol: It's ALWAYS bitter though, that beach
     
  5. Nicky10

    Nicky10 PetForums VIP

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    Lovely :skep: it's hellish :frown2:. You walk down a few steps and the temperature drops ten degrees at a minimum.

    I notice a distinct lack of updated rottie puppy photos :skep:
     
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