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    Quote Originally Posted by Oskar's mum View Post
    HAHA, i agree about mum's groups and mum's forums, i find them very clicky but the biggest reason I renewed things on there is because I had a heartattack in Feb, and I wanted to know if others had had a similar experience then had a good pregnancy, I am actually hell clucky at the moment, and my fella is a little younger than me and doesnt have any kids yet, so I wanna give him that opportunity. I am a beer chick when it comes to alky-hol
    My Boo is just under 2 years younger then me! Train em how you want them haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    My Boo is just under 2 years younger then me! Train em how you want them haha
    Mine is 11 months... but I didn't start the training early enough and now he is to far gone to be fixed! lol

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadielee87 View Post
    Mine is 11 months... but I didn't start the training early enough and now he is to far gone to be fixed! lol
    Oh Jade you silly Girl, You have to get it asap. If not you will always be on the back foot haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    My Boo is just under 2 years younger then me! Train em how you want them haha
    Hmmm, mine is 7 years younger than me, i better get on to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Love View Post
    We need to talk!!!

    I am very very keen to get a bow and start learning archery, but have no idea what equipment I need, or more importantly what pound bow would be suitable.

    We have an archery club here but it only runs Saturday mornings and I can't make it down there.

    I'd lurve a recurve, none of those fancy pulleys and cheatings ways.

    My other hobbies are mostly arts and craft related.
    Start a topic on it, i'm happy to try and answer some questions. What is a good(cheap) entry level bow, how to measure draw length and poundage weight etc. Some of it can sound pretty technical but really with recurves and longbows it's basic is as basic gets lol.
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog_Lover View Post
    Oh Jade you silly Girl, You have to get it asap. If not you will always be on the back foot haha
    I was young and reckless!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    I love dogs..........Do a lot of dog training, training of dogs and training of people and dogs. I love doing Rally Obedience and also agility.
    Photography is a great love of mine, which fits in well with dogs and their owners.
    And we do some dog showing, but i cannot take it as seriously as some.
    Our other great love is horses. Hubby is a Horse Trainer and he get a lot of damaged horses that we have to re-train.......he also starts horses. But re-training troubled horses and teaching their owners seems to be what we get most.
    We have our own horses and we used to go to a lot of cattle event and Western events. But the horses and us are getting a little old for all of that. And seeing we do not sell our friends, we have given up on all the showing. We only have one horse under twenty now And have had them all from birth or very young.
    We also both love permaculture and I know horses do not fit in that picture, but neither do dogs ....So we do less then perfect permaculture and gardening. I love our large very natural garden for wildlife. Our property was almost treeless and very sad when we first got her. Not so now.
    And when there is a little time left, I love to read......
    Pets are forever

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    Oh yeah, I can also get quite excited about growing veggies these days. I reckon it's a sign of old age. Like talking about the weather a lot.

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    This thread was a great idea! I'd be in it for a brisbane catch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beloz View Post
    Oh yeah, I can also get quite excited about growing veggies these days. I reckon it's a sign of old age. Like talking about the weather a lot.
    Yes i have to be truthful it has "grown on me" with age
    Pets are forever

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