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    Awww this thread should come with a warning of extreme cuteness! I really miss having a dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obanboy666 View Post
    All being well my sons girlfriends family are adopting this gorgeous spaniel pup from our local dogs trust. She was found with a litter mate inside a bin, a passer bye heard them whimpering. It beggars belief how people can ill treat defenceless animals, and they say we are a nation of animal lovers.
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    I don't think I am allowed to put a link up for another motorhome forum but there is a thread about a 9 week old puppy who apparently lives in a motorhome with a very stupid woman. She has asked if it is OK for it to be sleeping outside all night. She says her Mum has it through the day, so I assume she is working.

    This is my lot. A 14 year old Whippet, the 2 recent rescue Whippets and the rehomed Jack Russell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    Awww this thread should come with a warning of extreme cuteness! I really miss having a dog

    5B6C157C-7741-44AA-AD6D-F76EF589A200.jpg this is Misty now and the vest is because she’s had an operation,I don’t know how anyone could hurt something that is so loving and loyal and
    like everyone I hate cruelty and your right when you said this thread should come with a warning of extreme cuteness!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obanboy666 View Post
    When my present dog goes to the happy hunting ground Iím going for a rescue greyhound. I have visited my local greyhound rescue centre a couple times and was pleasantly surprised they had young dogs under 2 years old. I assume they didnít make the grade so of no use to the racing fraternity. The days of me spending a kings ransom for a dog are in the past, rehoming a rescue dog makes more sense and not just for financial reasons.
    Greys are possibly one of THE most understood of breeds ....Folks think they are massive and need heaps of exercise ...Frankly some of the greys i've met are THE biggest laziest slobs in the world ...

    Frankly something they share with most sight hounds (whippets/lurchers/grey hounds/salukis etc etc )
    Along with a love of company and a warm sofa ....our whippets give you a dirty look at the thought of going outside in the cold and rain ....and love to curl up on the sofa/bed/wherever the hell they like.
    Lurchers can be harder work as they have usually been bred (Lurcher isnt actually a breed as such BUT a mix of sighthound and other breed to hunt a certain prey)to work and thus CAN be a little more wayward (Translates to lots of waiting time on a deserted beach after they have been let run AND knobbed off into the dunes after wappits ....my only payback was being in the same spot a few years later and watching a grumpy woman on the beach as she waited for her lurcher to return )
    Greys (especially retired ones) can be real lazy slobs considering themselves having DONE their time hooning about.
    Whippety types theoretically take up less space ....RUBBISH ....
    ALL sighthounds are made up out of solid "PointyCanineExpandium"
    A Gaseous compound that expands to fill ANY available space .

    We have a superkingsize bed at home and "My" bit is the 6" strip that neither of the whippets want as it's too close to coldness and away from the duvet ...

    Never the less I love them dearly .

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    I can't understand anyone that ill treats dogs,they will still love their owners whatever is done to them.If I saw anyone being cruel to one I could do them physical harm and would accept the consequences.I also don't understand people that dont like dogs.......what's not to like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wakk44 View Post
    . I also don't understand people that dont like dogs.......what's not to like?
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    It is more the inconsiderate owners of dogs I don't like, I am revolted by the mess (people that don't pick up after their dogs should be banned from ever owning another pet and the dog removed/impounded/pts) , the smell (some peoples homes stink of dog), people who allow dogs to lick their faces and mouths after they have been licking UGH!..I once dumped a girlfriend after I witnessed her face being licked all over by her dog (I ain't kissin that again!)....... People who feed dogs and cats at the table (I won't eat in any place that allows dogs or cats. Cats will walk over every work surface in the kitchen etc.

    Dog and cat lovers will not understand most of the above, but in the end it is a personal choice and I will Always put hygiene over pets so apologies if the above offends anyone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistericeman View Post
    Greys are possibly one of THE most understood of breeds ....Folks think they are massive and need heaps of exercise ...Frankly some of the greys i've met are THE biggest laziest slobs in the world ...

    Frankly something they share with most sight hounds (whippets/lurchers/grey hounds/salukis etc etc )
    Along with a love of company and a warm sofa ....our whippets give you a dirty look at the thought of going outside in the cold and rain ....and love to curl up on the sofa/bed/wherever the hell they like.
    Lurchers can be harder work as they have usually been bred (Lurcher isnt actually a breed as such BUT a mix of sighthound and other breed to hunt a certain prey)to work and thus CAN be a little more wayward (Translates to lots of waiting time on a deserted beach after they have been let run AND knobbed off into the dunes after wappits ....my only payback was being in the same spot a few years later and watching a grumpy woman on the beach as she waited for her lurcher to return )
    Greys (especially retired ones) can be real lazy slobs considering themselves having DONE their time hooning about.
    Whippety types theoretically take up less space ....RUBBISH ....
    ALL sighthounds are made up out of solid "PointyCanineExpandium"
    A Gaseous compound that expands to fill ANY available space .

    We have a superkingsize bed at home and "My" bit is the 6" strip that neither of the whippets want as it's too close to coldness and away from the duvet ...

    Never the less I love them dearly .



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisCross View Post
    It is more the inconsiderate owners of dogs I don't like, I am revolted by the mess (people that don't pick up after their dogs should be banned from ever owning another pet and the dog removed/impounded/pts) , the smell (some peoples homes stink of dog), people who allow dogs to lick their faces and mouths after they have been licking UGH!..I once dumped a girlfriend after I witnessed her face being licked all over by her dog (I ain't kissin that again!)....... People who feed dogs and cats at the table (I won't eat in any place that allows dogs or cats. Cats will walk over every work surface in the kitchen etc.

    Dog and cat lovers will not understand most of the above, but in the end it is a personal choice and I will Always put hygiene over pets so apologies if the above offends anyone.
    I like both cats and dogs, but I also concur with most of the above!

    Not bothered about sharing a space with dogs when eating (as long as they're below table level and not scrounging or thieving food).
    Don't like cats wandering around on kitchen worktops, ours were trained not to (but I always gave the work surfaces a disinfectant clean first thing in morning before preparing food as cats, like dogs, often do lots of things behind their owners backs!)

    Got a good friend with 7 cats, all ruined - her vets fees are humungous! - and I've got used to the occasional cat walking over the table to say hello, plus the odd cat hair in me coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisCross View Post
    It is more the inconsiderate owners of dogs I don't like, I am revolted by the mess (people that don't pick up after their dogs should be banned from ever owning another pet and the dog removed/impounded/pts) , the smell (some peoples homes stink of dog), people who allow dogs to lick their faces and mouths after they have been licking UGH!..I once dumped a girlfriend after I witnessed her face being licked all over by her dog (I ain't kissin that again!)....... People who feed dogs and cats at the table (I won't eat in any place that allows dogs or cats. Cats will walk over every work surface in the kitchen etc.

    Dog and cat lovers will not understand most of the above, but in the end it is a personal choice and I will Always put hygiene over pets so apologies if the above offends anyone.
    I feel pretty much the same about kids.... And the folks with them...

    Nasty noisy unhygienic things...
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