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    Yeah the dog poo can be issue at times...it wouldn't be so bad if it was like horse poo and i could use it in the garden.....but kibble and meat dosn't make good fertiliser !!!

    Tomorrow will be interesting with both of the going to the vet at the same time. Bronx is due for a heartworm needle and Mojo has a small lump on his side i want to get checked out. I'm just asking for trouble taking in both at once. Might leave one on the ute then swap them. I'll let ya's know how we go.


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    I feel your pain!!!
    I used to have Skype on spying on Hooch, whenever I saw him do something naughty I would yell. I would be standing at work with my phone to my mouth yelling at the dog... the looks I got!
    Do you think it helped? all it did was get me close to a nervous breakdown because if there is something worse than coming home to destruction is seeing it being done and not being able to do anything about it lol

    Big dogs are awesome!

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    Ha Sean I feel your pain. I too have abandoned my yard until he's a bit more mature, but I'm not sure he'll ever be mature. Fortunately my broms are all gone now, so no more angst about them, and the trees I planted just before I got him are hanging in there - he's more likely to pinch the stick propping them up than the plant itself. Yes, he pisses on everything too

    Sal was never like this as a pup. Only thing she ever destroyed was an antique cane chair. That didn't piss me off at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunny-girl View Post
    I used to have Skype on spying on Hooch, whenever I saw him do something naughty I would yell. I would be standing at work with my phone to my mouth yelling at the dog... the looks I got!
    Shame it didn't work - it's such a brilliant idea.

    We've been lucky. So far we only lost one bush. Well, and the cherry tree - that was a bit of a blow...

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    Im beaten by my 3 too.
    Im thinking, insulin coma OD being the nursey caring type. But i wouldnt get the satisfaction of hearing a gun go off that way, so maybe your plan of buckshot up the ass is best.
    Now we just need a gun, some bullet/shot? whatever its called.

    and 2 dogs at the vets? at the same time? with one hand holding 2 leashes?
    you twat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    Im beaten by my 3 too.
    Im thinking, insulin coma OD being the nursey caring type. But i wouldnt get the satisfaction of hearing a gun go off that way, so maybe your plan of buckshot up the ass is best.
    Now we just need a gun, some bullet/shot? whatever its called.

    and 2 dogs at the vets? at the same time? with one hand holding 2 leashes?
    you twat!
    Ha ha....to true !!

    Here i was holding bronx down for his needle and Mojos behind the vet nudging her and almost pushing her over !! Total chaos....
    I warned her but been a new vet at the clininc and not really knowing the goofs she thought it would be OK. Lets just say my dogs are know very well known to her already after only one appointment with her !! By the end of the visit their was 3 of us covered in slobber and dog hair....and it was only 9.00 am ...

    Then we had to sneak my dogs out one way and another dog in because it was very scared of other dogs....poor thing would have flaked it if it saw both hyped up slobber monsters dragging me to the front door LOL.

    Good thing is Mojos lump appear to be nothing to worry about ...took a sample and they seem to think it may just be a bite at this stage...will keep a eye on it to be safe though.

    $370 later !!


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    $350!
    time for your goofs to start earning their keep mate
    time for one of these for work purposes:
    DogPoweredScooter.com

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    Haha, I was wondering how the goofs were going, hilarious ... glad I'm not the only one with a crazy mutt!!

    BunnyGirl, that was so bloody funny reading your post - I can just imagine you shouting at the phone and Hooch probably thinking "Hmm?? Where's mum, I can hear her but I can't see her"

    Glad Mojo's ok ... he is always your innocent baby boy, he'd never do anything wrong, those big angelic eyes would keep him out of trouble every time - of course it's Bad Boy Bronx's fault...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubbsecurity View Post
    I love how one dog is a loving faithful companion,
    but two dogs are a "party" - with bikers, drugs and strippers..
    Condolences to your garden.
    OMG really two dogs will get you a party like that.. shit i need 2 dogs stat...

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    Sean this was my goofs effort yesterday morning while I had my coffee before our walk, thought it might make you feel not so alone . I know I said all my broms are gone - I meant all the ones I cared about. These common ones I've given up to him as playthings. If only he'd clean up his room after he's finished playing....

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