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    Default Banjo, the pest exterminator

    I watched Banjo stalking this cockroach for ages. Though when it finally came within reach, she wouldn't touch it. If it was the same one that ended up in the kitchen later that night, the cat had 20 minutes of great fun with it too. And left it for dead.

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    Haha mine do that too, except Bella eats them all!

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    lol cute

    Pippi is our roach hunter...she give them one bite so they cant run away, then she rolls all over them lol

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    Banjo is so cute.
    When you first posted pictures of her, my early impression was Rhodesian Ridgeback cross.
    She does seem to be a stalking/hunting style dog. That would explain her adventures with
    ducks etc. Although I have not met many dogs who do not chase ducks!

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    She has such a fat bum in that first pic, though. And a really solid chest. So different to my old dog who had that real sighthound slenderness.

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    That is the classic bum shot taken from "a bad angle" as they say in Hollywood - lol.

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    Awweee poor gal... "Does my bum look big in this fur?"

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    Classic mouse and elephant situation, somthing so small that walks up walls just has to be evil.. I dont blame her for not touching them ,they gross me out too.... the freaky little bliters.

    And such a apropriate coloured wall for a roach to be on.


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