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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkay View Post
    I would worry about her being stolen more than anything else.
    She's a very sweet looking dog whom a lot of people would like to have, so I can understand you leaving her inside for short periods.

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    True TKay. I've said it many times, Jenna is an exceptionally stunning looking dog IMO, and it appear many others think so to - so can understand your concern TBH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    True TKay. I've said it many times, Jenna is an exceptionally stunning looking dog IMO, and it appear many others think so to - so can understand your concern TBH.
    She is extremely pretty. Perhaps view it as a misguided compliment Tkay?

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    Jenna is probs the prettiest dog I have ever seen. She looks exceptional in your siggy photo.

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    Thanks Guys, she is gorgeous and such a gentle nature too. When Holly died I thought I could never love another dog and then along came Jenna and she helped to, not exactly fill but 'top up' the hole in my heart IYKWIM
    The best things in life, aren't things

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    Is that her in your avvie? I'm not sure cos they're diff. colouring

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    Avvie is Holly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkay View Post
    Thanks Guys, she is gorgeous and such a gentle nature too. When Holly died I thought I could never love another dog and then along came Jenna and she helped to, not exactly fill but 'top up' the hole in my heart IYKWIM
    Yes, I do know what you mean TKay.
    They can never replace the one before them, but they find their own unique place in our hearts and help to ease the pain too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Yes, I do know what you mean TKay.
    They can never replace the one before them, but they find their own unique place in our hearts and help to ease the pain too.
    I can relate to what your saying DA, adopting Floyd has helped ease my heartache & pain of losing Zeppelin to rainbow bridge

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    That is a great way to describe it, AF. "Ease the heartache." Doesn't take it away completely by any means, but makes it easier to bear, and easier to remember the one before with good memories, instead of a heavy heart and tears.

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