Post photos of your dogs (Vol 5)

Post photos of your dogs (Vol 5)

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Bullybutt

190 posts

43 months

Tuesday 25th June
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Eye specialist tomorrow for her final diagnosis and it’s likely it will need to be removed, poor love. But she needs to be pain free and an easy life ahead. Hope your babies are all keeping cool.

Its Just Adz

14,468 posts

212 months

Tuesday 25th June
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renmure said:
The Bears sunning themselves in the garden this morning

Great photo!

boxst

3,785 posts

148 months

Wednesday 26th June
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SistersofPercy

3,406 posts

169 months

Wednesday 26th June
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boxst said:
Them ears though!

Fairly sure dachshunds are solar powered. No amount of trying to get him in is working....


Yazza54

18,930 posts

184 months

Wednesday 26th June
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It warm


carlo996

6,586 posts

24 months

Wednesday 26th June
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‘Finn, you wanna air bed to chill on?’

‘Bring it’


Tango13

8,617 posts

179 months

Wednesday 26th June
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Yazza54 said:
It warm

So hot his ears have melted clean off his head yikes

Viper201

7,953 posts

146 months

Thursday 27th June
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Think I'd best be keeping my head down...


Bullybutt

190 posts

43 months

Thursday 27th June
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Beautiful Mandy. Soon to be down to one eye. But out of pain and a happy future ahead. We've found a lovely home with a retired lady so she's settling there amazingly and I'll take her for the operation in a couple of weeks, return her home afterwards and hope she's got a quick recovery. She's living the dream, sleeping on the bed with her mum, treated like a queen and is feasting on homemade ice cream doggy treats. Makes it all worthwhile.
Hope you're all keeping cool in this heat!

moorx

3,619 posts

117 months

Thursday 27th June
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cloud9 Excellent news biggrin Well done!

Its Just Adz

14,468 posts

212 months

Thursday 27th June
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Yazza54 said:
It warm

Much too warm for staffys!

Bobberoo

39,394 posts

101 months

Thursday 27th June
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Bullybutt said:


Beautiful Mandy. Soon to be down to one eye. But out of pain and a happy future ahead. We've found a lovely home with a retired lady so she's settling there amazingly and I'll take her for the operation in a couple of weeks, return her home afterwards and hope she's got a quick recovery. She's living the dream, sleeping on the bed with her mum, treated like a queen and is feasting on homemade ice cream doggy treats. Makes it all worthwhile.
Hope you're all keeping cool in this heat!
love
What a fantastic outcome for both Mandy and her new owner.

mattyn1

5,872 posts

158 months

Thursday 27th June
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Bobberoo said:
Bullybutt said:


Beautiful Mandy. Soon to be down to one eye. But out of pain and a happy future ahead. We've found a lovely home with a retired lady so she's settling there amazingly and I'll take her for the operation in a couple of weeks, return her home afterwards and hope she's got a quick recovery. She's living the dream, sleeping on the bed with her mum, treated like a queen and is feasting on homemade ice cream doggy treats. Makes it all worthwhile.
Hope you're all keeping cool in this heat!
love
What a fantastic outcome for both Mandy and her new owner.
Completely agree. What you have done is something remarkable.

Davie_GLA

6,599 posts

202 months

Thursday 27th June
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moorx said:
How did it go? love
She came through it just fine but of course it wouldn't be this madhouse if it weren't for some drama. The vet called preceicely 39 minutes after we dropped her off to let us know that it's likely she had had and is at the tail end of a phantom pregnancy and some fluid was showing. Not enough to abort though and we went ahead.

She's been resting for a couple of days and is back to her usual ballistic self. Ever tried to stop a frenchie in mid air as they try to jump onto a couch?? I have and it's not possible. How she hasn't burst her stitches i don't know so she is now in her crate "jaIl"

Thanks for reaching out, she's had some history (spinal surgery, failed attempt at a previous spay where she stopped breathing on the table). DOn't believe the hype about really expensive dogs that are "pure breeds" being anything but the same hassle as cheap cross breeds.

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2,506 posts

54 months

Thursday 27th June
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Bullybutt said:


Beautiful Mandy. Soon to be down to one eye. But out of pain and a happy future ahead. We've found a lovely home with a retired lady so she's settling there amazingly and I'll take her for the operation in a couple of weeks, return her home afterwards and hope she's got a quick recovery. She's living the dream, sleeping on the bed with her mum, treated like a queen and is feasting on homemade ice cream doggy treats. Makes it all worthwhile.
Hope you're all keeping cool in this heat!
This is awesome.

Bobberoo

39,394 posts

101 months

Friday 28th June
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Davie_GLA said:
moorx said:
How did it go? love
She came through it just fine but of course it wouldn't be this madhouse if it weren't for some drama. The vet called preceicely 39 minutes after we dropped her off to let us know that it's likely she had had and is at the tail end of a phantom pregnancy and some fluid was showing. Not enough to abort though and we went ahead.

She's been resting for a couple of days and is back to her usual ballistic self. Ever tried to stop a frenchie in mid air as they try to jump onto a couch?? I have and it's not possible. How she hasn't burst her stitches i don't know so she is now in her crate "jaIl"

Thanks for reaching out, she's had some history (spinal surgery, failed attempt at a previous spay where she stopped breathing on the table). DOn't believe the hype about really expensive dogs that are "pure breeds" being anything but the same hassle as cheap cross breeds.
Great news that she's come through ok, I now have a mental image of you trying to catch her!!! laugh

garythesign

2,178 posts

91 months

Friday 28th June
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Davie_GLA said:
She came through it just fine but of course it wouldn't be this madhouse if it weren't for some drama. The vet called preceicely 39 minutes after we dropped her off to let us know that it's likely she had had and is at the tail end of a phantom pregnancy and some fluid was showing. Not enough to abort though and we went ahead.

She's been resting for a couple of days and is back to her usual ballistic self. Ever tried to stop a frenchie in mid air as they try to jump onto a couch?? I have and it's not possible. How she hasn't burst her stitches i don't know so she is now in her crate "jaIl"

Thanks for reaching out, she's had some history (spinal surgery, failed attempt at a previous spay where she stopped breathing on the table). DOn't believe the hype about really expensive dogs that are "pure breeds" being anything but the same hassle as cheap cross breeds.
That is such great news

garythesign

2,178 posts

91 months

Friday 28th June
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Bullybutt said:


Beautiful Mandy. Soon to be down to one eye. But out of pain and a happy future ahead. We've found a lovely home with a retired lady so she's settling there amazingly and I'll take her for the operation in a couple of weeks, return her home afterwards and hope she's got a quick recovery. She's living the dream, sleeping on the bed with her mum, treated like a queen and is feasting on homemade ice cream doggy treats. Makes it all worthwhile.
Hope you're all keeping cool in this heat!
Well done for all you have done for Mandy

Thevet

1,794 posts

236 months

Friday 28th June
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Viper201 said:
Max is a lazy git. On our walk and decides to lay down.



His orangutan facial flaps are coming along nicely.

Scooby at 6 doesn't seem to slow down
Here he is with his most favourite thing, never to be distracted

until you say the d-i-n-n-e-r word

Viper201

7,953 posts

146 months

Friday 28th June
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Thevet said:
Scooby at 6 doesn't seem to slow down
Here he is with his most favourite thing, never to be distracted

until you say the d-i-n-n-e-r word
I like Scooby's dark mahogany colouring. And his correct jaw - Max is undershot.

There is no way on this earth that Max would bother to chase a frisbee. No sir.

Edited by Viper201 on Friday 28th June 22:44