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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1650 on: September 30, 2015, 20:04 »
Himmm.... I am mystificated.  Thinking is required, this may take some time.

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It would be nice if you would post some pictures for us on here (rather than a link), oakridge.

How to do it information here:

http://chat.allotment-garden.org/index.php?topic=19476.0
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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1651 on: September 30, 2015, 20:09 »
I will do that Aunty, it is just that there were 20odd on the link.  Watch this space.

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1652 on: October 01, 2015, 09:44 »
Here are some pictures:

Two pictures don't have helpful titles so out272 is Sheba, the Terveuren and DSCF1090 is Lillie the very friendly Staffy - and a rescue.

Hope this works, the brain isn't as sharp as it was.

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Seve and Chivers.jpg
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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1653 on: October 01, 2015, 14:32 »
Lovely pictures, oakridge. I must say, I don't think I'd mess with Lillie! And what a great name Chivers is. Looks like those two get on very well.

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1654 on: October 01, 2015, 16:57 »
Lillie really was a lovely dog, our daughter's step-granddaughter used to include Lillie in her tea parties.  I think that she would have preferred that they were real buns and sandwiches though.

Sheba, also a rescue, was very spinsterish but children could climb all over her.

We always rescue dogs from the breed society never from the pound. 

Malcolm


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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1655 on: March 23, 2016, 09:48 »
Staffies are generally the softest dogs you could hope to meet, the kennel club only states 2 breeds are suitable for children and the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is one of those breeds.
Obviously all dogs are capable of attacking both other dogs and people but in the records of attacks Staffies are way down the list.
Staffies are softer than you think.

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1656 on: May 31, 2016, 21:21 »
Having just mentioned our new addition on another thread, thought I'd post some pics of Rosie...



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« Reply #1657 on: May 31, 2016, 21:59 »
Having just mentioned our new addition on another thread, thought I'd post some pics of Rosie...

Oh my she is very cute, what is she?
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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1658 on: May 31, 2016, 23:15 »
She's a cockapoo, Snowdrops (cross between a cocker spaniel and a miniature poodle). Yes, she's seriously cute and responding well to training.
It's been years since we had a dog and I was resistant to getting another one. But in the end the pros outweighed the cons and I'm delighted with our new little pup.

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1659 on: June 04, 2016, 18:32 »
Because I need precisely zero excuses to post photos of my dog  :D

This is Loki : a butter-wouldn't-melt 4mo, a fairly purposeful-looking rabbiter just after his first birthday, and in his favourite elegant and refined sleeping pose...
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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1660 on: June 04, 2016, 20:25 »
She's a cockapoo,

Love the 'flying' photo!

My friend has a cockerpoo, he's very cuddly and soft!!
I try to take one day at a time, but sometimes several days all attack me at once...

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1661 on: June 08, 2016, 09:21 »
Thanks, Yorkie. She does 'flyball' all by herself.

Micou - your Loki is gorgeous!

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1662 on: June 12, 2016, 02:36 »
Because I need precisely zero excuses to post photos of my dog  :D

This is Loki : a butter-wouldn't-melt 4mo, a fairly purposeful-looking rabbiter just after his first birthday, and in his favourite elegant and refined sleeping pose...

Beautiful dog!!  Never heard of that kind of dog but sure am glad I got to see one....very pretty. 

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1663 on: June 21, 2016, 10:27 »
Because I need precisely zero excuses to post photos of my dog  :D

This is Loki : a butter-wouldn't-melt 4mo, a fairly purposeful-looking rabbiter just after his first birthday, and in his favourite elegant and refined sleeping pose...

Beautiful dog!!  Never heard of that kind of dog but sure am glad I got to see one....very pretty.

Hehe - Loki is a lurcher, Beekissed. Not sure you've got an equivalent on your side of the pond but it's a type of cross, between a sighthound type and a working type, normally a terrier or a herding breed. Most regions of the UK have their lurchers, adapted to their terrain : it's a dog expected to hunt and generally make itself useful. Loki is predominantly whippet x border collie, with a bit of greyhound and a bit of bull terrier in there somewhere.

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Re: Pets Gallery
« Reply #1664 on: July 03, 2016, 14:25 »
Over here those are called curs, which is another name for a hunting type mutt that someone is breeding intentionally for the combination of the individual traits of the original genetics, they are highly regarded for their individual skill set in hunting, breed true when the type is developed by breeders and are invaluable on any farm or homestead. 

Most of them look a little like your lurcher, I've found, except they tend to have more leaning towards the scent hound than the sight hound, so the ears are floppier and body a little heavier build.  I've not seen one as pretty as yours, though....I love the alert ears and lithe build on your dog. 




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