Bestest buddy in the WHOOOOOOLE wide universe.
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@ronuds - Rescue Norman! He has a rope which he plays tug of war with the kid. He's wearing a stylish green shawl, a patent leather belt and tied onto his head with a fetching country-style sash is a floppy frisbee. He is accessorised with a faux-fox stole, (minus squeaker).|
He'll frequently play for hours with his cape on. I wouldn't let him be dressed up if I thought it actually distressed him but he genuinely seems to enjoy it. Thrives for the attention, undeniably.
This is not my dog but is yet more doggies wearing clothes...
Edited by Khanivor at 01:24:56 13-07-2012
and after walk http://i.imgur.com/XQX0Sh.jpg
Oh and it's not just a silly fashion thing, it should stop grass seeds getting in his ears, which will stop pain for him and pain for my wallet! Worth it I think.
Edited by Apostle at 22:33:55 13-07-2012
|Those dogs always remind me of Lando Calrissian's co-pilot in Return of the Jedi.|
Deckard1 wrote:Cheeky sod! Get that photo liked
|Finally making some headway in convincing the missus to get a dog. Asked the landlord for permission is well just waiting on a response. Can't decide on type though. Live in a flat - a big flat though - with an amazing park right out the front with heaps of walks etc. I want a St Bernard, my dream dog, but that isn't going to happen. Looking at a Norwich Terrier but can't find them anywhere and this mean they seem to cost a fortune - £900+! Fuck that.|
Rough collie? \o/|
I love rough collies, had three when I was a kid, wonderful dogs.
Oh sorry, is he the miniture breed? They're well cute.
Edited by Apostle at 08:55:40 15-09-2012
|Nah, he's full sized, he's just got a small head!|
|Oh right, hehe, he's lovely! How old is he? I hope one day I'll have another rough collie.|
our nutter, zeb, 'reclining'|
fucking lazy bastard...
Edited by drhcnip at 13:27:41 15-09-2012
|Does he take after his owner?|
XBL: rolemodel86 PSN: Syrette86
|very much so...though i have trouble fitting in the washing basket.....|
He's a cutie!|
So it's my dog Malak's birthday tomorrow. Sad that I know that? Maybe. I'll have to buy him a present.
You wouldn't need a blanket cuddled up next to him on the sofa on a cold winter's day!|
Mine's only 4 months old and I don't know his birthday!
I'll celebrate his birthweek for him when it comes round.
Actually, no, my other one wins.|
It's just a name and address thingy, although it fell off just a couple of days ago.
I need to find a stronger key ring thing for it. He's microchipped, but that's no good to someone who may find him if they don't have a reader!
HairyArse wrote:There is nothing in this world more guaranteed to bring a smile to my face than seeing a dog sticking its head out of a car window.
Thanks for brightening my day.
EG, meet Ettah. |
Edited by mowgli at 21:03:38 07-11-2012
ronuds wrote:Cheers! We love, so incredibly fluffy and bloody clever. But my god she is a handful. And she loves the sound of her own voice, poor neighbours. Can't wait until she has finished her vaccinations so we can go for walks.
Nip that barking problem in the bud now so you aren't dealing with it for the rest of the dog's life.|
Should be easy enough, especially since she's young - some patience and treats. Unless you enjoy it, of course.