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Some crackers on your link, pasta. Hope RATTER looks in. gawd blimey, like having an horse in the house.
00:13 Sat 12th Jan 2019
Some crackers on your link, pasta. Hope RATTER looks in.
gawd blimey, like having an horse in the house.
Big . . . but soft ;-)

Yes Chris. Little and large there.
That dog's still got some growing to do, Tony. He's only 4 months old!
Jaysus, 4 months old !
If you struggle with them why have one?
^ Who's struggling ?
could you imagine opening your front door for one of them to bound down the hall to greet you?!!!

wonderful dogs.
What lovely joyous pictures. Made me smile. Thanks for posting Pasta.
Gorgeous creatures.
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@ hereiam @ 15:12...maybe some struggle with a sense of humour ;-)
Agree pasta ..
The photos are lovely but some of the captions are a bit naff. Every photo is deemed to be 'hilarious'. Irritating, that.

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Typical Daily Mail "journalism" Tilly...;)
Absolutely gorgeous photos, thank you. Impossible to pick a favourite.

But I can count only 6 noses sniffing the air by the opening doorway!
Silly DM.
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That's what I thought choux. But, there might be another at the very bottom of the pile.
... or even the world's tallest wolfie just out of shot? ;)
Those are all lovely, thank you Pasta.

I hope Ratter gets to see them.
Lordy, lordy! I love #15 - like coming home from the worst day ever at work. But #8 is my favourite- the antithesis to the way our lurchers use the furniture - they always assume the banana position, feet up in the air.

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