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    Default Who will your dog be reunited with at christmas?

    In just over a week, my 23yr old baby girl is coming home for Yule.
    Bernie and i have not seen her for 18 months as she is overseas studying.
    I will be recording their reunion, as i know he's gonna be all over the place with excitement. But cant come to the airport, despite my daughters request that he be there too. He has a very loud vocalization set for her. Im pretty convinced he'll remember her. As he was 9 months old when my son went overseas, and 3.5yrs old when he returned. And he was squeeling with delight!

    so this should be just as good.

    Who is your dog gonna love to see at Yule?

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    My poor pups don't get to see anyone this year! We had Xmas at our house last year so they had a couple of days with people everywhere. Lol This year its our turn to go visit everyone else.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    If all things go well my end i will be back in Queensland soon. Doubtful it will happen by Christmas time, but hopefully just after. My old girl Kodi will be reunited with my parents who adore her and also my husband. With any luck if we're up there soon enough she will also see my sister again.
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    Bronx is in for a real treat.......Mojo knows exactly what he's in for !!

    The outlaws are coming........the ones who hate dogs who just sniff them let alone big slobbery ones that cover you in dog hair and drool !!
    The poor buggers are going to be both outside all day and then i'll sneek Mojo into our bedroom of a night time.

    Dont know how long they are staying.....if it's to long i'll let the goofs run riot. That should see them high tail it back to the Gold coast !!!!


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    Hehe, good topic. Our GSDs when I was young also seemed to have a remarkable memory for people. I studied in another city for years but was always welcomed back like the dogs' best friend.

    Our dog is going to have a boring one. I'm packing up our house to move out just after NY (removalists booked for NYE!), so no time to go Xmas shopping or organise anything. No family here and the friends we usually spend Xmas with are out of town or visiting other people. So Banjo gets to have Xmas lunch with me and the cat. My daughter is with her dad for a whole 2 weeks then but will come home on Xmas day night until the next day - which is my birthday.

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    Misha gets to spend time with my son & his partner on Christmas Eve! We are all congregating at my daughter's home where Misha get to visit at least once a week, but like me she rarely gets to spend time with my son whom we both adore!! Why is it that in general daughters are more family orientated than sons???

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    Mags will come to my sisters...5 acre doggie heaven.

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    Sammy is going to see my family again for the first time in like a year, he always remembers them and goes absolutely wild. It's so cute when his bum wags more than what is possible for walking and wagging at the same time. And his little ears go back and he has this cute face... Yeah I'm a sucker for that dog.
    He has an amazing memory. He only saw my brother a couple of times when he was a baby (like 3 months old) but when he saw him like a year later he recognised him instantly. I wonder how many different people a dog can remember -Sammy never seems to forget anyone he's met before.

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    I used to live in Canberra and come back to Adelaide for Christmas - and the family kelpie cross would go ballistic. She knew she wasn't allowed to jump on me, so she would jump vertically on the spot and lick my face with her telescopic tongue. Hard to ignore.

    I think I'm leaving Frosty at home to guard the house rather than taking her up to the place we're having christmas. Will have to see - it will depend on the weather and what other dogs and people are coming. There are snakes, and there is a big dam - they all go swimming in (dogs), and Frosty is very adept at finding the resident dogs bone supplies and demolishing them which is not fun for both of us at 3am on Boxing Day, and also at stealing food from anyone, or unattended plates, or the open dishwasher (pre rinse lick). Last time she had a ball but she stayed locked up until after Christmas pud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    I used to live in Canberra and come back to Adelaide for Christmas - and the family kelpie cross would go ballistic. She knew she wasn't allowed to jump on me, so she would jump vertically on the spot and lick my face with her telescopic tongue. Hard to ignore.

    I think I'm leaving Frosty at home to guard the house rather than taking her up to the place we're having christmas. Will have to see - it will depend on the weather and what other dogs and people are coming. There are snakes, and there is a big dam - they all go swimming in (dogs), and Frosty is very adept at finding the resident dogs bone supplies and demolishing them which is not fun for both of us at 3am on Boxing Day, and also at stealing food from anyone, or unattended plates, or the open dishwasher (pre rinse lick). Last time she had a ball but she stayed locked up until after Christmas pud.
    This reminds me of Sammy if I haven't seen him in a while (like anymore than a day). He is a bit big to stand on two legs unsupported so what he does is jump up on the walls next to me to try and lick my face lol

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