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    Ta Kuri, yes I've loved the first year (well we've had her 8 months), after having a 14 year old and an almost 10 year old, it's been fun and funny, gee I've had some laugh out loud moments!

    I was going to make her a cake, but bought her bones instead

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    Oh my goodness, Findeb, that reminds me of my old dog Attila, he was pretty much an outside dog. Any way we bought him this awesome bean bag bed for outside the front door....Next morning we wake up to the front yard covered in white....beans!!! Couldn't bloody believe it....so i vaccuumed the grass haha!!

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    oh dear, I have thought about buying Ruby a bean-bag but I reckon that's exactly what she'd do too ... vaccuuming the grass ... LOL

    she has a stuffed toy that she keeps picking at and getting the guts out of I've sewed it back together 3 times already (cos it cost a bloody fortune), and she got it in the neck the other day so it's back on my sewing table again, half decapitated, for more surgery!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by findeb View Post
    oh dear, I have thought about buying Ruby a bean-bag but I reckon that's exactly what she'd do too ... vaccuuming the grass ... LOL

    she has a stuffed toy that she keeps picking at and getting the guts out of I've sewed it back together 3 times already (cos it cost a bloody fortune), and she got it in the neck the other day so it's back on my sewing table again, half decapitated, for more surgery!!
    You're a good mum!! If Oskar wrecks any stuffed toy, whether it be his or my kids....they go straight into the bin lol.

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    Aww, that first photo is so cute! The only toy Banjo doesn't destroy is the first one I bought her. She just loves that toy. When you say "Where's Fluffy?" she'll go get it and squeak it and throw it up in the air. Any other stuffed toys I've bought her get dissected and squeaker disarmed within minutes.

    I've always found that the 2 year old mark is more of a difference in terms of calming down.

    And I wish someone would go through that much trouble for my birthday once!

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    She is very sweet, what breed is she, staffy, boxer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amstaffy4pal View Post
    She is very sweet, what breed is she, staffy, boxer?
    Thanks Amstaff, well I bought her at 4 months old, the previous owner had photos of her parents, dad was pure boxer and had died before she was born, he was over 10 years old and she said the mum was boxer/staffy (died while giving birth), mum was a lot like Ruby, boxer looking with the longer snout and more staffy shaped head. Ruby has more boxer traits but talks like a staffy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Aww, that first photo is so cute! The only toy Banjo doesn't destroy is the first one I bought her. She just loves that toy. When you say "Where's Fluffy?" she'll go get it and squeak it and throw it up in the air. Any other stuffed toys I've bought her get dissected and squeaker disarmed within minutes.

    I've always found that the 2 year old mark is more of a difference in terms of calming down.

    And I wish someone would go through that much trouble for my birthday once!
    Ruby has another favourite toy, it's a long rabbit that stretches when you play tug games, it squeaks and rattles and she's a toy thrower too. You can sustain an injury if busy on the laptop when she throws it in the air, I've copped it a couple of times in the head as wabbit flys past!!

    Another year till possible calming down ... well the first 8 months that we've had her has just flown, so we'll keep up the training and the walks and hopefully by two she'll be well on the way to being a young lady lol

    Yes, I did mention to her more than a couple of times that I don't get this kind of treatment on my birthdays!!!

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