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    Default G,day ( again ) from WA

    Hi there
    Just received email notification of replies to my thread. Thank you so much for the welcomes. So sorry I have been MIA, have been popping in and reading now and again but forgetting to login I have now ticked the' remember me'

    Brian has now had his first birthday, he got a new red raincoat and big marrow bone.

    He is doing very well at Dog Club and knows all his basic commands. He is clicker trained and ready to start agility which he loves.
    He is more handsome than ever. I will try to add a recent pic.

    Thanks once again, there is a wealth of knowledge to be learned here and I will try to post more often.

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    Welcome (again) Emm318. More photos of Brian please! Has he passed his naughty phase? Did you name him Brian or was he already called that? I really like "normal" human names for dogs (and cats) sometimes, sort of whimsical. A cat called Eric (Eric the half a Bee, but that's an ancient Monty Python reference most won't recognise.....), friends had a dog called Bill, he really was a Bill.

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    Thank you (again) Troppo for the welcome Ha! Passed his naughty stage, well he still enjoys a spot of gardening and 'helps' bring in the washing. He still needs constant supervision and direction requires a lot of exercise, long walks twice daily, frisbee, ball etc Fortunately he is crate trained so doesn't get up to to much mischief.

    Quote Originally Posted by Troppo View Post
    . Did you name him Brian or was he already called that? I really like "normal" human names for dogs (and cats) sometimes, sort of whimsical. A cat called Eric (Eric the half a Bee, but that's an ancient Monty Python reference most won't recognise.....), friends
    Coincidence!
    Brian was dumped on a building site when he was a teeny tiny pup. He had a badly broken back leg which was probably caused by being kicked with a steel cap boot. Luckily he was taken to a 'no kill' shelter as he needed specialist surgery to insert pins. Post op he was fostered by a vet who said 'This one is going to have the life of Brian' and so it stuck. We were the lucky family to adopt him at about 12 weeks, it was love at first sight, we are still besotted with him.

    I LOVE the name Eric for a cat, we have a 'visiting' cat called Duncan.
    Looking forward to hearing more about your four legged family members.

    Will try and add a pic.
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    Hi Emma

    welcome back......Brian is adorable !!! Thanks for the update and pictures. Look forward to hearing more about him as he grows up !!!


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