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    Attachment 225843

    This is the latest addition to our family.. Bonnie.

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    Giselle wrote:
    but I do not know how to post a picture


    I too was having some trouble.

    Click mountain icon (third from r). Select URL or Computer.. click and choose. upload then post.

    edit: sorry I may have misled you as my image appeared and then vanished an hour later.
    Last edited by BaggyGreens; 17th April 2019 at 6:58 pm.

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    BaggyGreens wrote:
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    This is the latest addition to our family.. Bonnie.
    Where has my image gone?

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    Bubbles at 1 year. He is now 12 with a heart murmor. I was unable to post his image admin?https://www.gpforums.com.au/attachme...469666&thumb=1
    Last edited by BaggyGreens; 18th April 2019 at 6:22 pm.

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    Bonnie at 3months just after we welcomed her to our home..
    Last edited by BaggyGreens; 18th April 2019 at 2:29 pm.

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    Just adopted this boy last week.

    His name is Olly.
    Was named Red when we picked him.

    4month old Ridgeless Ridgeback X we think.
    Alot of energy, but walks twice a day. Has been really easy to crate train so far, coming from a Kennel environment probably helped. Has serious FOMO though, so havent tried leaving him home alone yet. Will probably ease him into it over a few weeks/months.

    Spent 2 days with a group of young kids (1-4yrs old), and didnt really put a paw wrong around them. Jist a little excitable and accidently scratched 1 or 2 of them while playing with his toys.

    Met my brothers 1yr old Shepard/Lab X and got on well with him, as well as my Mums 2 dogs. Cant say the same about the cats, they will take a while to get used to him, he already got a few swipes from them.

    He also seems to not like/barks at smaller dogs, but is fine around bigger/similar size dogs.

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    ** Heater wasnt on, he was just knackered and lay down there

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    My other pooch is Bubbles. He is 12 now with a heart murmor. But he is a stoic little fellar.

    Not inserting image?
    Last edited by BaggyGreens; 18th April 2019 at 6:22 pm.

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    Found this while looking at vids on youtube..thought it was sad, but a nice outcome.

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    ^ Wat?

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    Frederick James wrote:
    ^ Wat?
    The downside to online translations but in essence:

    "You weirdos really come here just to post a pic of your dog?

    I don't mean to be off topic, but there you go.

    Your stupid ugly dogs make me sick, but cat pics are ok."

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    ^ Legend, cheers

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    My mates name is Bud

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    our next door neighbours have a Massive wasp nest theyre yet to sodding well deal with, my dog loves going for sky-raisins. This is the result of him catching a jalapeno sky raisin.



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    ^ Poor bugger, he looks like he's feeling just so sorry for himself.

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    I want to pat the doggo with my face.

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    he has the best SPCA face of any animal ive ever owned, even when excited he looks so goddam sad.

    p.s. ate another sky raisin the next day without getting bitten by it, so totally learnt his lesson, hes as dumb as rocks but very malleable and adorable to make up for it

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    St4lk3r wrote:
    p.s. ate another sky raisin the next day without getting bitten by it, so totally learnt his lesson, hes as dumb as rocks but very malleable and adorable to make up for it
    My old dog used to chew on cactuses when he was younger, I'd have to pull the prickles out from his face and inside his mouth. For whatever reason he did this many times.