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    Yeah she is a nice lady. Just needs to think before she acts. She talks about her BC a lot, but I think she knows the times not right for a dog of her own, so at least she's not entirely stupid.

    But let me tell you the funniest thing I now believe that THIS time Gemma wasn't looking thru the fence, she looking up the tree....the bloody possum has moved into the gum tree by the fence. She's under there now. Apart from washing her I haven't seen her all day.

    I thought at first she might have been a bit sore from her activities this morning but she's clearly looking up the tree and on closer inspection of the tree it's half dead and has a perfect possum home down the centre of it.

    So the possum of a couple of weeks back hasn't moved down into the gorge it's moved to this tree.

    It's also past Gemma's feeding time and normally I have the woo woo woo hurry up and feed me antics. But not tonight, she's otherwise occupied.

    This dog is the biggest handful I've ever owned and I've owned plenty.

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    I think many people nowadays do not realise that you should never touch another persons dog, and that she did mean well, so maybe try and look on the bright side, at least she is not complaining about your many dogs, so yes, the tacfull husband if it is a bit too much for you at the moment, things could be worse, I am sure you will realise that later, after all that extra washing and brushing gets to be in the past.

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    im sorry mousey but if i was your neighbour i would be stealing gemma....and all your whippets...and you would not have to worry about washing or brushing because you would not be getting them back =)
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    That's very sweet of you to say Laura.

    Gemma can be a real handful, so I'm sure you'd return her before too long. Although she is very expressive and loving. Her tan eyebrows wiggle up and down and she grunts at you and wins over many people, but in the long run she is a typical setter, a one family dog & a bit of a snob.

    I'm sure the Whippets, with the exception of my boy who is a mummy's boy wouldn't bat a eyelid at a change of homes though. The girls are all "pick me, pick me".

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    omg!!! thats awful, i sometime knock on my neighbours door to see if i can take her dog with my own for a walk but i would never just take her thats so rude

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    For the possum
    CEX ultrasonic pest control

    Peter Cundel was talking about these on our local radio garden show this morning.
    Some are louder and less neighbour friendly than others but they work. Any animal that wants to hear if its predator is coming, won't go where this thing is because it interfers with hearing bad things coming.

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    gyps is a handful and a complete SNOB so maybe we could swap lol
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    Swap-a-snob LOL.

    People come to our place and she greets them, followed by a few grunts and a nudge in the groin - very unladylike. Then generally she takes herself off to lay down somewhere, normally somewhere annoying like right behind their chair.

    Visitors then think she's absolutely lovely, "oh such a big dog and she's so calm and laid back" they don't realise that she's just lulled them into a false sense security.

    Because next they offer her a bit of whatever food they have and the monster that can reach the table with her chin raises it's sleepy head and proceeds to drive them crazy.

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    well gyps barks at them then wacks them in the groin with her nose and then proceeds to ignore them completely....they think shes adorable of course but leave thinking that there must be something wrong with them because laura's dog "hates them"....
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