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Doggie Landing Is Scheduled...

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pastafreak | 20:17 Fri 20th Mar 2020 | Animals & Nature
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...for 2pm tomorrow. I'm getting excited!
I just spoke to the behaviourist who is bringing him down...she speaks of him with so much affection.

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Excited for you Pasta, anything good happening is a blessing in these depressing times.
How exciting! What a wonderful thing to do - sure you will lots of fun together. Just a reminder don't leave any food within reach - one I took home devoured half a pound of butter in one fell swoop! They are not thieves as such but in kennels any food within reach was theirs in their bowl!
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I know lankeela...I've been warned. Had to find a smaller bin that I could hide in a cupboard.
I was spoiled with Sally, she never raided the kitchen. She just finished the chicken on my plate once.
Best wishes to you both. Where is he coming from, Pasta?
I bet a name will emerge naturally :-)
Great news. X
I should get Mrs T a horse.
She's fed up pulling that cart around :-)
How wonderful Pasta, we will follow this with interest.x
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Tilly, he's been in kennels here in Devon. So not too far.
That's good. Enjoy your new friend, Pasta.
All the best with your new buddy, Pasta. :-)
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I certainly hope to, Tilly. I just have to remind myself that all is new to him.
He's going to need a lot of T.L.C but I'm sure that that won't be a problem. x
Hope you have many wonderful years with your new friend,so pleased for you,good luck.
Have you got one of those lovely, much wider collars for him...and a muzzle?
This is such a great thing to be happening now.
Gives a lot of excitement in these gloomy times.
I am going out sometimes to shop but being in the vulnerable age group it is difficult. Son's partner is a nurse in local hospital so all keeping well away.

Do post pictures when you can, pasta.
I am so pleased for you both, he is one very lucky doggie.
Ace! As I’m virtually out of a job, we’re thinking of going to Leeds Dog Trust this afternoon to look at a couple of furry friends.
Good luck, Zacs.
This is a lovely real life happy story.
I'm following it closely.

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