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Postby supporttheunderdog » Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:08 am

Our Labrador
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is sadly no longer with us: he sadly passed away aged 11&3/4 with heart and lung trouble.

We have replaced him with

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Now it may look like a lamb (and the breed is some times known as the Lamb dog, or the Rothbury Lambs,) and we have all the jokes, but as one owner of a similar dog said "this dog was about fit to kill any other dog of his weight", and I would therefore suspect our new little lady would (if push came to shove) give any other dog a bit of a beasting, including e.g Schnauzers.... :D :D


.. and she has already tried to take on a Labrador that was running loose....
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Re: Doggies

Postby CBBB » Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:53 am

supporttheunderdog wrote:Our Labrador
IMG_0035.jpg

is sadly no longer with us: he sadly passed away aged 11&3/4 with heart and lung trouble.

We have replaced him with

20161026_182956494_iOS.jpg


Now it may look like a lamb (and the breed is some times known as the Lamb dog, or the Rothbury Lambs,) and we have all the jokes, but as one owner of a similar dog said "this dog was about fit to kill any other dog of his weight", and I would therefore suspect our new little lady would (if push came to shove) give any other dog a bit of a beasting, including e.g Schnauzers.... :D :D


.. and she has already tried to take on a Labrador that was running loose....


I've been trying to trade my old one in for a young blonde for a long time!
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Re: Doggies

Postby Tim Drayton » Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:57 am

Sorry to hear about your loss. I went down a similar road not so long ago.
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Re: Doggies

Postby miltiades » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:10 pm

We do become very attached to our animals, dogs especially, a man's best friend.
Other animals too, my daughters guinea Pig sadly died a few days back, the children were devastated , had him for about 4 years and was very close to Bella the dog. The guinea pig practically died in Bellas arms, both together on the sofa.

Bella on realizing the death of a friend hid herself under the bed. !!
The children were all crying and very distressed.
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Re: Doggies

Postby Schnauzer » Tue Nov 01, 2016 6:59 pm

supporttheunderdog wrote:Our Labrador
IMG_0035.jpg

is sadly no longer with us: he sadly passed away aged 11&3/4 with heart and lung trouble.

We have replaced him with

20161026_182956494_iOS.jpg


Now it may look like a lamb (and the breed is some times known as the Lamb dog, or the Rothbury Lambs,) and we have all the jokes, but as one owner of a similar dog said "this dog was about fit to kill any other dog of his weight", and I would therefore suspect our new little lady would (if push came to shove) give any other dog a bit of a beasting, including e.g Schnauzers.... :D :D


.. and she has already tried to take on a Labrador that was running loose....



A 'Schnauzer' would hump the pair of them PLUS the leg of the table !.(or chair or piano etc). :lol: :lol:
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