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Thread: The New Additions..... Boof N Lilly

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    I just so adore your dogs!! Love the ute one......"piss off with the camera Mum and lets get going!"


    Oh and dont spose you take orders for the sandpits ?! That is just a cracker!
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    LOL maybe that could be my next business venture, doggy sandpits

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    Awwww cuties!

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    Yeah my dogs could do with one of those fancy sand pits. I just went to check on some muffled barking and found they had dug deep into a garden bed and started a tunnel to China under the paving. Rrr...

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    Just some updated photos:

    It gets cold you know mum ........


    We're happy to share.... there is a bone in there somewhere


    Play time with dad..... apparently he plays better than mum, LOL


    Snuggle time from boof.... who's my big sooky boy?


    Mum no further thanks, I'm done.... no really I'm done.... Lazy Boof!


    Hope you enjoyed!

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    Thanks for the update!
    Lilly hasn't grown much more! And Boof looks like he's in great condition, nice and fit. Bully breed owners often mistake the difference between fat and muscle I've noticed.
    How are their chewing issues going?
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    Hey Myf,

    Photos are a lil deceiving... Lilly is only about 1.5 - 2 inches (not much really) shorter than boof, but weighs about 5kg lighter. Her head hasn't spread like his yet though, it's working on it. I don't think she'll get much bigger, if at all, just her head size.

    We try and keep Boof trim, he has a short gate so the vet has advised keeping him fit and trim to help stave off hip problems. He hovers between, 30-32kg, I like him at 30kg, but with the horrible weather we've had, it's been walks in a poncho for me and they have their rain coats on, so they haven't been as long as normal and they have been more dormant with the continual wet and cooler weather, they don't play as much. Thankfully the sun is back out and they have their 3 crazy mad plays a day again! Lilly's gate appears fine though!

    Chewing.... well hooray they are pretty damn good these days. I have found Buffalo Pizzles and Cow Hooves are awesome! They have a few cow hooves floating around the play with and chew at will. If I know I'm going out for ages I give them a buffalo pizzle to find. In the last probably 2 going on 3 months we have only lost maybe 2 things off the spa and nothing around the house (like a/c condute or drain covers) have been chewed either and they have started leaving the timber table and chairs alone too. Everything is put up on the spa, but miss Lilly can jump up there. I have found though the only time she does is if Cameron is home and he comes to work the dinner shift with me from 5.30 - 7.30 and they are left home, LOL. I think it's her way of saying if you are going out take us to grandma n poppy's. They go there when I have a shift over 6 hours at the shop and cameron is out at work so they aren't at home forever by themselves, they are very lucky! But all in all progress is good, we've even accidentally left the odd thong at the back door and they might get taken for a walk but not chewed.

    Thanks for checkin in!

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    Oh well I'm very glad its all coming together for you all
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    Love the pics....The snuggle on is adorable
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    Thanks Myf n Newfsie.....

    We're hoping to attend our very first obedience class this tuesday if the weather holds out for us. We couldn't get in last year, they were closing down for xmas, and the weather has been HORRIBLE since october last year so hopefully my lil ones will get some association with other dogs!

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