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On the iPad at the moment and don't have many pics on it, but there's a couple of amusing Tucker ones.

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#12
Hetty Pig looks so cool. Love Brindle pooches. Although I know what you mean about the rep. We had a mastiff x (died the week after going to the vets for the annual MOT sadly, although if I can find pictures I will) and people used to look at him funny even though the problem dogs were the little yippy buggers who tried to start on everything.

On the other hand, it does have it's advantages. I remember meeting up with a buddy we'd walk with if he was in the park we used and we ended meeting up with up all the regulars we used to walk around with. However, as the pack comprised my mastiff x, an alsatian x malamut, three pure-bred alsatians and a boxer puppy we basically cleared the park. It was the nicest, most peaceful walk we ever had. Big Grin

I wouldn't mind but it wasn't like we had the biggest dogs. I knew of two newfoundlands, an old English mastiff bitch and three St. Bernards that used to walk in there too and yet they'd look at my gurning buddy and think he was a baby eater.
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#13
Behold - Wilson the English Bull Terrier!

He's a dude right?! Well...actually he's a bit of a moron - that particular picture illustrates one of his favourite pass-times expectantly staring/barking at the garden wall where a hose reel used to reside, it's since been removed but he's convinced the brickwork can still produce a water stream. He also refuses to eat from red bowls...

He's my folks dog, but got him as a pup a few years before I moved out. We also had another Bull Terrier; Buster, but sadly he had to be put down due to kidney failure - we knew 8 months beforehand & had to put him on a super low protein diet, vet was skeptical he'd eat the food seeing as it was like Tofu for dogs. Nope, he loved the stuff!

Wonderful dogs - full of character as I'm sure any Terrier owner knows, don't think I could have any other breed now  Big Grin


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#14
Had a sick chicken living in the kitchen over the last few days, which Chester finds most interesting.


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Think Chester disapproves of my purchase. Not bad for £17.50, though.


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50+ cans for less than £20? jeeesus that's good, is that your staff discount lol
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#17
I have a Huskie x White Alsation.

I will post some pics soon, just gotta upload them somewhere.
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(06-07-2015, 10:10 PM)Metalrodent Wrote: 50+ cans for less than £20? jeeesus that's good, is that your staff discount lol

They're 500ml bottles! It was a combo of them being already reduced, plus staff discount.
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(06-08-2015, 09:07 AM)Confused Johnny Wrote: I have a Huskie x White Alsation.

I will post some pics soon, just gotta upload them somewhere.

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(06-08-2015, 10:30 AM)Slam Shot Sam Wrote:
(06-07-2015, 10:10 PM)Metalrodent Wrote: 50+ cans for less than £20? jeeesus that's good, is that your staff discount lol

They're 500ml bottles! It was a combo of them being already reduced, plus staff discount.

Haha I remember getting 16 packets of frozen cheese and onion rolls for £3.60 after discount. 50 in each bag... that's a lot of cheese and onion rolls Wink

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