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    A very good post, Deerhound.

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    Lovely post DH.
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    Ditto, DH.

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    Thank you ladies. You make me blush.

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    DH...that is a really good post

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    exactly Deerhound

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    fantastic deerhound, you defiantly have a way with words!

    I think with chloe's recent vet trips etc, i have learnt that chloe is actually treated more human than I was willing to admit.. Not in the sense of what she gets away with etc.. But i was soo worried about her, in tears.. What can I say; i love her

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodz View Post
    fantastic deerhound, you defiantly have a way with words!

    I think with chloe's recent vet trips etc, i have learnt that chloe is actually treated more human than I was willing to admit.. Not in the sense of what she gets away with etc.. But i was soo worried about her, in tears.. What can I say; i love her
    And thats how you should feel Jodz. That special love that bubbles up inside and sometimes leaves a lump in your throat is how the nicest people feel about their canine companions.

    I've mentioned this before but I think it was before you joined. I have two foster children, boys aged 6 and 9. Magic kids. I love them like my own. My boys tell everyone that there are seven people in our family - four boys and three girls. The three girls are myself, Arwen Pug and Kenna Sheltie. The four boys are themselves, my husband and Strada Whippet. Our dogs might have four legs instead of two but to the boys and us they are still very important members of the family.

    PS. Thank you for adding to the blush....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deerhound View Post

    I don't dress my dogs in clothes. I don't have any respect for those who do. I think it is shows no respect for the dog as a dog and some of those cutesy little costumes look very uncomfortable and their use is edging towards cruelty.
    I have to disagree with that statement Deerhound..

    Yes, fair enough if the dog is uncomfortable and dislikes having 'attachments' to his body, but, Some dogs do actually enjoy being dressed up. Kuro has worn a doggy Lifesaver shirt and he was as proud as king mutt !! He wanted to keep it on when it came time to remove it. Kuro is a real 'Look at me' dog who enjoys showing off !
    On the other hand, Kosmo and Keesie would not have been impressed with wearing clothing and as such, we would never have made them wear anything...

    No offence meant Deerhound..
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    Aussie Floyd, I find your abrasive and abusive manner disgusting and vulgar. Deerhound in particular is someone who does not like offensive language and yet you choose to swear at her.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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