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      The Pets Thread

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      Re: The Pets Thread
      Reply #750: Dec 10, 2012 09:54:10 pm
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      Re: The Pets Thread
      Reply #751: Dec 10, 2012 11:31:40 pm
      Thought of that clip from The Vicar of Dibley ;D.(glad it was a shallow puddle tho )Brilliant :)
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      Reply #752: Dec 11, 2012 09:22:41 am

      Haha. LOOKS like he's half Mastiff. I love those dogs and will have another when my situation is better. It's like they know they're big so have nothing to prove, unlike yappy little dogs. They're generally very patient and great with kids as well.
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      Reply #753: Feb 14, 2013 02:21:50 pm
      Meet Zeca, my brother's recently acquired Schipperke!



      I've wanted to havea Schipperke myself for as long as I can remember, but my brother always opposed the idea when he still lived in my house ("Dogs aren't made for apartments", he said). Then he moved out to live with his girlfriend (in an apartment) and... bought her a Schipperke! I hate him for that, but at the same time I love having this little dog in my life.

      I'll get myself one next time the creator we know have new puppies. Can't wait! ;D
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      Reply #754: Feb 14, 2013 02:38:02 pm
      Meet Zeca, my brother's recently acquired Schipperke!



      I've wanted to havea Schipperke myself for as long as I can remember, but my brother always opposed the idea when he still lived in my house ("Dogs aren't made for apartments", he said). Then he moved out to live with his girlfriend (in an apartment) and... bought her a Schipperke! I hate him for that, but at the same time I love having this little dog in my life.

      I'll get myself one next time the creator we know have new puppies. Can't wait! ;D

      Awwww!!!

      He is so cute Diego!
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      Reply #755: Feb 14, 2013 04:52:10 pm
      ;D

      I know!!

      Can't wait to have my own dog, he'll be called Messi :P
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      Reply #756: Oct 02, 2013 11:43:49 pm

      This was my little dog Millie, who passed away at 5am this morning. Poor pooch had cancer at only 5 years old and must have had a horrible last few weeks, wasn't eating at all (and she loved a good grub too), secluded herself from the rest of the family and struggled to put one paw in front of the other. The vet did all they could do to ease her pain and it even seemed like she was picking up last night before i went to bed, she tried to eat some turkey and was wagging her tail like normal and sitting in with us. Woke up this morning for work and my Mum and Dad were there crying. She was only 5 years old, it was so sudden and my life won't be the same without her.
      At the best of times, Millie was the most charismatic and mischievous dog i've ever seen in my life. She was a bit greedy and sometimes rough with her older sister Amy but she brought so much joy to my life and i dont know what to do without her.
        She was a beautiful dog and meant so much to our family, i just felt i had to share.
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      Reply #757: Oct 03, 2013 12:01:29 am
      Sorry to hear about the lose of your Millie, ConzS. I understand how pets are part of the family and it is a huge lose when they go! RIP Millie. YNWA!
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      Reply #758: Oct 03, 2013 12:10:06 am
      Thanks a lot firepool, yeah it's so true! And also, in my eyes, she was a devoted Liverpool fan!
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      Reply #759: Oct 03, 2013 08:24:29 am

      This was my little dog Millie, who passed away at 5am this morning. Poor pooch had cancer at only 5 years old and must have had a horrible last few weeks, wasn't eating at all (and she loved a good grub too), secluded herself from the rest of the family and struggled to put one paw in front of the other. The vet did all they could do to ease her pain and it even seemed like she was picking up last night before i went to bed, she tried to eat some turkey and was wagging her tail like normal and sitting in with us. Woke up this morning for work and my Mum and Dad were there crying. She was only 5 years old, it was so sudden and my life won't be the same without her.
      At the best of times, Millie was the most charismatic and mischievous dog i've ever seen in my life. She was a bit greedy and sometimes rough with her older sister Amy but she brought so much joy to my life and i dont know what to do without her.
        She was a beautiful dog and meant so much to our family, i just felt i had to share.
      I know what you are going through,I had to put my mate Harry to sleep and he was not 10 years old,he was an Irish Terrier and the bestest dog ever.I got an Irish Terrier pup from the same breeder within 2 weeks of Harrys death and we  named this pup Harry junior.Now Harry junior is a totally different dog to old Harry but he keeps us on our toes,he has so much energy but he is still a good mate.Just remember the good times you had with Millie and time is a good healer,all the best mate.
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      Reply #760: Feb 07, 2014 06:48:51 pm
      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.
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      Reply #761: Feb 07, 2014 07:36:32 pm
      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.


      Sorry to hear that mate. Grew up with dogs myself, from Alsatians to Labradors, ever since I left home though haven't had one. Still think of my best mate Bruno, a black Lab who I grew up with and will never stop missing him, you just can't describe the bond you can have can ya.
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      Reply #762: Feb 07, 2014 08:58:21 pm
      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.


      Sorry to hear that mate. 

      Can't believe you've lasted a couple of weeks without getting another one, I only managed 2 days when old Zak went.  Just couldn't see how I would overcome the grief of losing him.  Had Oscar 6yrs although he's 11 now, he's a rescue dog and he's aged a lot this last 6 months or so.  I'd hoped we could get another before he went to ease the pain but circumstances haven't been right  :(
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      Reply #763: Feb 07, 2014 10:06:02 pm
      Sorry to hear that mate. 

      Can't believe you've lasted a couple of weeks without getting another one, I only managed 2 days when old Zak went.  Just couldn't see how I would overcome the grief of losing him.  Had Oscar 6yrs although he's 11 now, he's a rescue dog and he's aged a lot this last 6 months or so.  I'd hoped we could get another before he went to ease the pain but circumstances haven't been right  :(

      I only have rescue dogs and have still got my girls Suki and Roxi both german shepherds.
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      Reply #764: Feb 07, 2014 10:23:21 pm
      I only have rescue dogs and have still got my girls Suki and Roxi both german shepherds.

      Awe I bet they're beautiful mate.  They'll be missing him too no doubt.
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      Reply #765: Feb 07, 2014 10:30:08 pm
      Sad news Walton.
      Never easy to lose a dog.
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      Reply #766: Feb 07, 2014 10:53:04 pm
      Mine as a pup.



      Somethings never change.

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      Reply #767: Feb 07, 2014 11:08:08 pm
      Sorry to hear that mate. Grew up with dogs myself, from Alsatians to Labradors, ever since I left home though haven't had one. Still think of my best mate Bruno, a black Lab who I grew up with and will never stop missing him, you just can't describe the bond you can have can ya.


      Ben was our black lab growing up, loyal as hell, dumb as a post.  Wouldn't come out of his kennel until you made him a bowl of tea. Always served him a sunday dinner and bear the Sunday evening 'sprout farts' that would ensue.  Had to hide his toys while he was being fed or he'd try and chew his squeaky toy whilst eating.  I only heard him growl once, when some weirdo got to close to my sister.  Miss you Benjamin, commiserations to you walt, on your loss.
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      Reply #768: Feb 07, 2014 11:29:16 pm
      Sorry to hear Walton, my condolences, almost like losing a family member.

       Im sure he had a great life with you, mate. Always have the memories
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      Reply #770: Feb 08, 2014 12:31:06 am
      Sorry to hear Walton. It is never easy losing a pet as they are part of the family.
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      Reply #771: Feb 08, 2014 06:21:21 am
      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.


      Get yourself a pup mate, it will never replace your old dog but it will fill a big gap. That is what I did when my old mate Harry died and though young Harry is now 4and a 1/2 years old he has given us plenty of fun and heartaches but I would not swap him. Let us know oif you get another dog.
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      Reply #772: Feb 08, 2014 10:16:25 am
      Made the hard decision a couple of years ago not to have any more pets because of the emotional attachment, it's still very hard to come home if the home is empty.
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      Reply #773: Feb 10, 2014 10:31:29 am
      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.


      Lost my best mate Billybob a couple of weeks ago. He was a Bullmastiff 14 years old despite the breed supposedly living between 7-9 years the old git hung on another 5 years.Their is a huge hole in the house now and it seems very quiet without him.

      Sorry to hear about that mate some people never understand the hole left when a great dog goes because they do become part of your family ,still think of mine almost every day.
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      Re: The Pets Thread
      Reply #774: Apr 06, 2014 02:09:23 am
      Even my favorite doggie, Charlie is a huge LFC fan!

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