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    I went to a 40th birthday party tonight. The birthday girl and her hubby have a lab, whom I minded a couple of weekends ago. So I took Banjo. I dressed her up in a rainbow fairy dress before we left, but she tripped over it, so I had to take it off.

    Apart from the lab there was a young coolie x. She and Banjo are 2 peas in a pod.

    So I spent most of the time there watching the dogs having a party of their own. I had been warned beforehand that the gate would be left open, but I didn't think Banjo would feel tempted to go anywhere. But when I was ready to leave, I couldn't find her. After a few minutes of calling, she and her coolie friend finally returned, Banjo carrying a bone in her mouth. Looked fresh too! No idea where they'd been, but fortunately there was no traffic around there.

    I love a good dog party... Banjo is now crashed out on the bed. Such a party girl!

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    Sounds like Banjo & her friend had fun! Lucky they came back from their adventure when you called.

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    Ahhh....the old sneaking of at the party huh......my guess is they where sneaking in a quick smoke.

    Dunno about the bone ??


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    Sounds like Banjo had lots of fun

    We had only had Meika for a week or so when we had our housewarming party and towards the end of the night I realised somebody had left the gate open and Meika was no where to be seen. We were all searching for her the best we could in our drunken states and after about 90 minutes of panicking, we found her curled up in the spare bed with a friend who went in there and passed out.... Sneaky girl

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    I took Banjo to a housewarming the day I brought her home when I adopted her!!! I had promised I'd go to the party and I just could not leave her home alone after her having just arrived there. It wasn't a particularly pleasant night and we didn't stay long at all. She kept grabbing food of tables, jumping up and climbing all over people and the gate was open too so I had to keep following her around. I put her on the lead for a while but that made her clearly feel miserable, especially as she had nfi that I was her new owner yet!

    Now she is usually pretty good at parties. I still have to watch her with food on low tables. I actually caught her trying to pull a plate with birthday cake off a table last night!

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    I use to take my girl to a freinds to play with her BC...... that doesnt work any more as I got given the BC! They get on very well tho the lab is a bit rough at times, they are both a bit 'special' and sook like they never get attention...... yea right

    I love seeing them run around and have such a good time, I think there favourite is going to the beach closely followed by the park, they love a good run and play, and the lab just loves the water!!!! have to watch her tho.... she likes it a bit too much we have been a bit worried a few times about being swept out!

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    Lol my two are real party animals! They will be up all night playing and eating when we have parties They get so excited having so many people all in one place that want to give them attention!

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