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(06-08-2015, 03:53 PM)PTC Bezza Wrote: I bet you work on the department and hid them in the back like I did?

Correct. Wink
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(06-08-2015, 03:38 PM)Max Wrote:
(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.

You can attach them direct from your hard drive/memory stick/storage device by clicking on "Choose File" under "Attachments" at the bottom of the Post Reply page.

Yeah, i tried that but it says the files are to large! Sad

I did have a photobucket account once upon a time, if i eventually gets around to resetting password and whatever (assuming photobucket still exists) then i can post the image links or whatever here!
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#23
If you don't mind them being publicy available (so dont post personal stuff) then Imgur is probably the easiest, no accout needed and super quick uploads.
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#24
Finally got some pics on my phone (which are right size to upload as attachments here)

These were from one of our many hours down the woods, which are about 5 minutes walk from my house.


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#25
Poser dog is posing. Every time she sees a camera.

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#26
This is Tucker right now...


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Question for the dog owners -

- Have you ever heard of a dog 'lightly' chewing brick walls? If so, why do they do it?

My friend has an 8 year old pitbull which he has owned all the dogs life, for some reason over past few weeks on occasion his dog will start lightly chewing any brick wall in sight. His teeth have been checked and are fine, as are his gums so it cant be infection or tootchache.

My friend at first thought the dog was licking the wall as a way of cooling down, but now out his back garden you can clearly see parts of the wall where the dog has chewed it so he isn't doing it to keep cool either.

Any suggestions appreciated!
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#28
I can only think one of two things - either a) some sort of deficiency, which a vet would need to diagnose. It happens even in well looked after dogs.

b) bull breeds are idiots. I don't mean that in a harsh way, I own one, but they're thick as...well... yeah. Loveable, 100% affectionate and loyal to death, but complete dumb asses. It could just be boredom.

If it's regular the only real concern is that it will damage his teeth after a while, and that can be pricey to sort out and make feeding a nightmare. Has your friend tried giving him something tough, but safe, to chew on? You can buy antlers in pet shops which are great and almost indestructible. I say almost, because I know bully breeds can destroy anything if they put their mind to it.
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#29
I'd like you all to meet Mami.

   

I wasn't planning to get another cat, but after a friend that volunteers at the kennel/cattery she was in told me about her, I couldn't resist adopting her. I went to see her a two weeks ago and applied for adoption. They accepted my application over the weekend and brought her over in the early hours of this morning.

She is very, very shy at the moment and they're hoping that now she's in a quiet environment, rather than the stressful shelter, she'll start to come out of her shell.
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#30
Well she's cute, though if she need a quiet environment then I suggest putting her out the room before you play xbox Wink
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