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doctor Bob":155ew3bm said:
"little pineapple" or "the ginger cowpat"
Now that's just not nice - poor little fella :?

I assume he's an Irish Setter?

Our first dog was one called Shamus (original or what :) ) and he was just plain daft. used to run like hell up and down the river shallows with a definite "smile" on his face until he fell into a deep pool and then it was just pure panic until he realised he could swim :lol: :lol:

We rescued him at 7 months old from a family who couldn't handle him so chained him to a radiator - which he pulled off the wall :roll:

fabulous, loyal dogs

Bob
 

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cambournepete":1497vtxg said:
nev":1497vtxg said:
Humiliating indeed. Fancy making him wear gerri halliwells cast offs!
Or indeed anything.
He's a dog, not a doll. :roll:
I sometimes feel that way too but let's be fair if it's just for a photo and a bit of fun I see 'nowt wrong with it, what I really do not agree with is dressing up dogs permantly and dragging them around like some so called 'celebs' have been know to do.
 

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doctor Bob":3mlzhyxn said:
How humiliating

He looks quite proud to me , like he is having fun :mrgreen:
 

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Blister":130sl05o said:
He looks quite proud to me , like he is having fun
One little terrier cross we had wood defy anyone to remove the dress-up the kids applied, especially when she was a Bandit Dog with a pair of tights on her face and head.
We usually had to wait until she found the temptation for food too much to allow us to remove it without getting a severe gnashing.
 
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