Post photos of your dogs (Vol 5)

Post photos of your dogs (Vol 5)

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andburg

7,392 posts

171 months

Tuesday 14th May
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Supposed to be saving money, postie just delivered new shoes for the wife.

Gaston put on his stern face to show just how disappointed he is


HTP99

22,745 posts

142 months

Tuesday 14th May
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Barry earlier:


Gretchen

19,070 posts

218 months

Tuesday 14th May
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I drove the van to Norfolk and found a perfect park up on the seafront on Friday. Spent the weekend enjoying falling asleep and waking up to a beautiful quiet beach a few feet away. Watching the Northern Lights and sunset and sunrise walks for a few days was bliss. Seth loved all the dogs he met and thoroughly wore himself out in the sand and sea.
A couple of hours in Cromer where Seth met a big version of himself, a Finnish Lapphund from Italy with such a gentle soul and friendly owners. A few hours in Sheringham watching steam trains and a few hours in Wroxham on the Broads all for the cost of half a tank of diesel. (And maybe an Ice Cream. And Fish n Chips)









Not sure what we’re up to this weekend but Bank Holiday we have plans with friends to take out boats out to an island we stayed on last year (where I told ghost stories and gave my friend nightmares). Should be fun.


LandieMark

1,775 posts

150 months

Tuesday 14th May
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Rex and Chayse chilling in the caravan in Bamburgh before being let loose on the best beach in the UK tomorrow.


tim0409

4,531 posts

161 months

Tuesday 14th May
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LandieMark said:
Rex and Chayse chilling in the caravan in Bamburgh before being let loose on the best beach in the UK tomorrow.
Bamburgh is a fantastic beach (been there once)…Rex and Chayse are very lucky!

Out with Freddie tonight for dinner then a drink…he’s bust his ear again with excessive flapping hence the plaster!


Bobberoo

39,146 posts

100 months

Tuesday 14th May
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Aaawwwww poor Freddie, get well soon!!!!

DD3566

82 posts

76 months

Tuesday 14th May
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Another couple of Rupert and Casper looking majestic in the garden during the recent heatwave

Edited by DD3566 on Tuesday 14th May 21:45

Gretchen

19,070 posts

218 months

Tuesday 14th May
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LandieMark said:
Rex and Chayse chilling in the caravan in Bamburgh before being let loose on the best beach in the UK tomorrow.

Much jealousy here. Hope they’re both doing well and have the best time tomorrow. Looks like they’ll have replenished their energy levels love




Viper201

7,915 posts

145 months

Tuesday 14th May
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LandieMark said:
Rex and Chayse chilling in the caravan in Bamburgh before being let loose on the best beach in the UK tomorrow.

You need to get out in that caravan more. wink

Bamburgh isn't a patch on the beaches of the Outer Hebrides.

Bobberoo

39,146 posts

100 months

Wednesday 15th May
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DD3566 said:




Another couple of Rupert and Casper looking majestic in the garden during the recent heatwave

Edited by DD3566 on Tuesday 14th May 21:45
Big furry goofballs!!! love

LandieMark

1,775 posts

150 months

Wednesday 15th May
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Viper201 said:
LandieMark said:
Rex and Chayse chilling in the caravan in Bamburgh before being let loose on the best beach in the UK tomorrow.

You need to get out in that caravan more. wink

Bamburgh isn't a patch on the beaches of the Outer Hebrides.
Maybe, but a bit of a trek from Co. Durham. Anyway, back on topic.






PushedDover

5,717 posts

55 months

Wednesday 15th May
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Henry and Daisy watching SWMBO on the dobbin showjumping..


Viper201

7,915 posts

145 months

Wednesday 15th May
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LandieMark said:
Maybe, but a bit of a trek from Co. Durham. Anyway, back on topic.

Chayse looks to be in good health now?

Same beach June last year.


LandieMark

1,775 posts

150 months

Wednesday 15th May
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He's improved dramatically over the last few days. He gets tired easily, but that should get better too.

Antony Moxey

8,220 posts

221 months

Wednesday 15th May
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LandieMark said:
He's improved dramatically over the last few days. He gets tired easily, but that should get better too.
Lovely news.

Antony Moxey

8,220 posts

221 months

Wednesday 15th May
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PushedDover said:
Henry and Daisy watching SWMBO on the dobbin showjumping..

Magnificent pic. That should be on a wall.

PushedDover

5,717 posts

55 months

Wednesday 15th May
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Antony Moxey said:
PushedDover said:
Henry and Daisy watching SWMBO on the dobbin showjumping..

Magnificent pic. That should be on a wall.
smile

Thank you.
They (especially he) are quite photogenic.











(natural daily environment hehe)


He is a regal lab !





And one of them under the desk has terrible terrible wind.
Could be the fish caught in the reservoir today and half eaten he turned up with !

QBee

21,120 posts

146 months

Wednesday 15th May
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Gorgeous photos and gorgeous dogs. love
Always together is so nice.

It must go with the breed - nuclear farting I mean.
My lab/collie cross loves to lie under my desk and warm the office air.....and I never hear them coming. yuck

Gretchen

19,070 posts

218 months

Thursday 16th May
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I’ve struggled at work the past few weeks after the passing of one of Seth’s best friends. She welcomed him in to her life. Taught him to sit and give him her paw and would come at least three times a day to see him with a treat or two. She was sharp as a tack and taught me so much. We’d chat for ages about her home in Yorkshire and her family, she lost her husband at a young age and brought her children up alone whilst working. Then lost her son a few years ago.

She told me of the dogs she had throughout her life and adored Seth. She was excited for our trip to the Peak District as was a place she walked with her late husband.
Unfortunately she was taken in to hospital the day we returned to work after this trip but I printed some photos and a diary for her which her daughter took to her bedside.

She sadly passed away a few days later. Whilst in hospital asked her daughter to bring some bags of treats in to me for Seth as she knew he’d be missing her. We took one of those bags up to our favourite woods tonight along with a white rose picked from my bedroom window and sat and watched the sunset.

It was her funeral today and she was taken back to Yorkshire to be with her late husband and her late son.

I love my job but this has really hit me hard. I know Seth is missing her. He’s been unsettled in the mornings, waiting for her. We both miss our Yorkshire friend and this is for her.


fttm

3,741 posts

137 months

Friday 17th May
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Reckon you can always rely on Seth for support , stay strong .