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    Hyacinth, I just realised why you thought I was trying to plug my business. Probably the end of my first paragraph "...now its time to advertise...". Haha, oops, I didn't mean on here, so much as where my life/business was up to. Sorry, if I stepped on any toes.
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    Welcome Belinda!

    I am just another average owner i too have a brood of rescues 3 cat's all from the RSPCA in NZ & a dog from Logan City Pound. You will love it here, i've quite enjoyed getting to know the usual posters, & find myself logging in every lunchtime after i finish work. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuri_89 View Post
    Welcome Belinda!

    I am just another average owner i too have a brood of rescues 3 cat's all from the RSPCA in NZ & a dog from Logan City Pound. You will love it here, i've quite enjoyed getting to know the usual posters, & find myself logging in every lunchtime after i finish work. lol
    Funnily enough, I am already quite addicted, waiting for the next new thread to pop up and see what everyone says.

    I actually have 2 dogs (one lives with my parents because they couldn't bare the thought of her leaving when I did) and a cat, All rescues. My eldest dog is 5 and she was born deaf. I got her from The Lost Dogs Home when she was 8 weeks (as was estimated). She is a little Japanese Spitz cross who knows what. If anyone has thoughts, I'd love to hear it. Can't remember if there's a pic of her up yet. I currently have a foster dog at home too, but she will be going to her Forever home next Monday :'( I'm sure I'll be sad she is gone, but I'm almost used to it now, with different dogs we mind every now and then for different clients. It will be hardest for my dog Luke.

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    It's all good Belinda.

    As long as the business is dog related and available in Australia - I leave it for Morgan to decide. If it's overseas or not dog related - and the business web page is in the sig - I ban them. Mostly those are search engine optimisation (SEO) spammers from Asia. So I hope when you do get cranking with your business that you don't pay some crooks to do SEO for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    It's all good Belinda.

    As long as the business is dog related and available in Australia - I leave it for Morgan to decide. If it's overseas or not dog related - and the business web page is in the sig - I ban them. Mostly those are search engine optimisation (SEO) spammers from Asia. So I hope when you do get cranking with your business that you don't pay some crooks to do SEO for you.
    Haha, I would never do that. Spamming is a waste of time and money. Noone reads spam anyway :P
    Nah, I prefer recommendations anyway. The clients trust you more from the beginning if they meet you at the park or have a friend or relative recommend you.

    I look forward to all the threads that pop up on this forum, and when the time comes,I'll go to the boss (Morgan) for approval to postmy business details

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