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    Talking Hi to All, from the Managerie.

    Hi all, I just wanted to introduce myself and my pups/dogs.
    1st up is my old Man, Boof head he is 15 and is a rotti x, He rocked up on my doorstep 15 yrs ago. I couldnt find his owners so we were destined to be together. He lost his life partner of 11 yrs last year, Mishka was my bc x cattle. Most loyal and devoted dog ever. RIP baby girl 28/07/2009.
    Boof now resides with my BC x Kelpie Holly, My partners dogs Diesel, BC x cattle, Princess JRx Foxie (also partners) and our joint effort Sheeba, Belgian Shepherd.
    THey also live with several cats, rats, birds, ducks and chickens.

    Boof


    Holly


    Diesel


    Princess


    Sheeby


    and my Rainbow Bridge Girl Mishka.


    I hope to be spending much more time on these forums and meeting more Dog lovers like myself.

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    Hi and welcome to the forum, wowsers thats a lot of dogs guess that means you get alot of love

    What gorgeous poochies you have I'd love to see some more pictures of Sheeby! (actually of all )


    RIP Mishka

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    Welcome to the Forums
    GageDesign Pet Photography
    Site still in construction so will post link when it's finished.

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    Hi and welcome
    wow Holly is a bit of a cutie!!

    Breeding, Showing, Training and general crazy making!!!
    If you seek understanding listen to the music, not the song.

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    Welcome!!!

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    Hi and welcome Gorgeous pack you have there!

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    Welcome Natt!! Love your pups

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    Thankyou everyone for your warm welcomes. Each one of our pups has a special story of how they came to be with us. And when 2 families become one and all our fur babies are a huge part of our lives it makes for a rather large pack. And lots of little feet.
    We have delt with a Litter of Puppies(Sheeby, she was preggers when she came to stay), Boof was dumped 15 yrs ago, I walked the streets with him and no one had ever seen him before, at age 5 he was poisoned and I nearly lost him. 4 days in the after housr vet can be very costly, but he is worth every cent, Holly was the last of her litter and was going to be PTS if she didnt find a home Soon (no one wanted the dog with the extra toes and that was also part Dingo) Princess was payment to my other half for helping a friend move, they didnt have much to pay him with so the thrust a puppy at him, and after my Mishka died my other half was having a hard time bonding with the other dogs, He tried but he had a special bond with my old girl and one day he saw a pic of diesel and was very unsure about getting another and diesels unique face just drew him in, we got him home and off to the vet needled and a week later he was just not himself back to the vet again and it turned out he had parvo, the vet gave him a 50-50 chance and offered to PTS there and then, We are glad we took the other option, He is a beautiful boy. 3 months later he is fit and healthy. The poor boy spent 3 months in the house. All my dogs are desexed and never will we allow our dogs vaccs lasp even for a month. Parvo is a very scarey disease.
    Feel free to ask any other Q's. There are more pics of the dogs in my album also a couple of my Birds.

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    Wow, you and your partner are amazing and I bet your pups appreciate and love you both so much!

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