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0 Replies and 1732 Views My Friends Past and Present  1732  0 Started by  Knight-Moderator I put this together last night with sound and hopefully Ive managed to put it up here .... Duncan...
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12-03-2014 1:55 PM
2 Replies and 1745 Views My extended family  1745  2 Started by  john allan Thought I'd introduce you to the other animals that share our lives :-) This is frosty, our Blue Merle Rough Collie, 7 years old. We got him from a breeder, totally unsocialised at 6 months. Misty, our Sable & White Rough Collie, 7 years old. She misses me when I'm out. She was the little one of the litter. Jaxx came to live with us in January, from the dogs trust, he was 7 months old and found wandering around lost in N.Ireland These two cheeky toerags are Steve & Alan my Ye...
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13-08-2013 12:39 AM
3 Replies and 1465 Views I must be mad. Meet the new member of the zoo.  1465  3 Started by  SueWilson This is my new boy Lazer.
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05-08-2013 7:47 AM
0 Replies and 1182 Views My other babies :)  1182  0 Started by  Kanundra Hi there so I'm pretty new here. But here are my other babies. Wet ones I love them to bits, and although they take up lots of time. Would never be without them.;index=1 Think that will work...  Dawn 
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23-05-2013 10:25 AM
3 Replies and 2378 Views Eggcited!!  2378  3 Started by  sammiboo This year has been quite a miserable year in some respects. I lost 3 chickens and my beloved BFA! I now have given home to woody and Jamie and after the latest chook died I applied for more at BHWT (British hen welfare trust). I collect 3 lucky ladies this afternoon who otherwise was destined for slaughter! This collection is a bug one 1400 in Lancashire with a second collection of 800 for Shropshire and Herefordshire. It is amazing site to see when they come outside for the first time, I w...
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07-10-2012 12:25 AM
3 Replies and 1947 Views Imagine my surprise  1947  3 Started by  SueWilson Checking the Chinchillas yesterday and one was very red and I was so shocked to see a baby come out of the nest. Imagine my surprise when mummy moved for her treat to find 4 babies. There are very cute but I still have the last one they gave birth to. Not sure where these are going to go. Sue
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29-08-2012 5:13 AM
3 Replies and 2097 Views My boys  2097  3 Started by  SueWilson My dog Buzz My young Dc who is as thick as s***. And at the bottom my old man jasper.
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02-07-2012 9:12 AM
3 Replies and 2203 Views True Birdline madness  2203  3 Started by  SueWilson In I suspect true birdline madness I took in 23 cockatiels to my avairy in the garden, getting them all in it was perfectly clear that the avairy is not big enough. My chinchillas  are in a small avairy so I though it would be a good idea to build a tunnel between the two avairies for the cockatiels. They love and I thought what a wonderful idea it has been.  Till we checked in with the chinchillas (little baby still with parents) in the morning who are now in a spare cage in the othe...
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26-06-2012 8:50 AM
25 Replies and 3797 Views Meet Benson  3797  25 Started by  Kerstin
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Benson will be coming home tomorrow He is a 14 year old lad i discovered at my local RSPCA and couldnt resist. Had to get my gardenfence higher ( their policy) what was done yesterday, had a homecheck today and a call 30 min later i can pick him up tomorrow at 2.30 Looking forward to it ( bet my cats dont lol ) Been walking him since 10 days daily... he is soooo lovely and deserves a few more years in a good home. he was with same owner for 14 years and was found beside her dead body in Jan...
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08-06-2012 10:01 AM
8 Replies and 2827 Views Cats and cable ties.....  2827  8 Started by  Deleted User No I have not tied my 2 'bonkers' cats up with cable ties, before anyone asks &160; But they both have a serious obsesion with small cable ties...I have a small collection that Marc likes to leave around to prove he 'does stuff' and the cats just LOVE them......they ferret them out and stroll round with them, like they are something special.......why&160; Are they secretly laced with cat nip, do they taste of mice..... &160; Btw I have the 2 weiredest cats on the planet, I am su...
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26-05-2012 10:57 PM
6 Replies and 2014 Views Awww so cute  2014  6 Started by  SueWilson hi I have numerous other pets. But this little bundle is the newest edition. When we were cleaning the chinchillas out my little girl said 'ewwwww there's a mouse' but my shocked reply was 'no honey that's a baby chinchilla'. Mum and dad are called Sprinkle and Sparkle, so we called the baby Glimmer. Sue
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23-05-2012 3:45 AM
10 Replies and 2494 Views shaggy dog story  2494  10 Started by  Frankster Well this is not exactly a pet story but I rescued a puppy yesterday! Got home from the shops, saw what I&160;at first thought was a rat or a hedgehog scurrying near my feet. When I&160;looked down, I&160;saw the tiniest yorkshire terrier puppy looking wet and cold and bedraggled and clearly in need of warmth. He could only have been a couple of months old, no collar on and small enough to pick up one handed. So naturally I&160;called the dog warden - checked that they don't put animals t...
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04-05-2012 9:25 AM
11 Replies and 1853 Views CRUFTS  1853  11 Started by  Sheila Downes My daughter Emma and Shane (Shanlimore Lord James at Belshanmish) winning Best of Breed at Crufts 2012 &160; ' /> &160;' alt='' /> &160; ' alt='' /> &160; ' /> ' alt='' /> ' />
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17-03-2012 1:40 AM
3 Replies and 1942 Views Lego  1942  3 Started by  Vicky Ford Just trying to see if I can remember how to post a picture. Got the picture here but haven't got the size right! This is Lego our Chow who is just a year old. He is probably the laziest dog in Devon. He is stubbon, bloddy minded only does what he wants to do but we love him to bits!!
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26-01-2012 11:20 PM
2 Replies and 1558 Views Benjamin and Little Marge rescue bunnies. Safe at last!  1558  2 Started by  Anne.M.Kenyon This is Benjamin macBunnington the First. His video will tell his story...' frameborder='0' allowfullscreen> &160; And here is his friend, Little marge, a more recent adoption. I saw her sad, scarred little face on a website page, and vowed from that very minute that she was going to come home, home to me and Benjamin. And of course, she did! Her story is toild via her poem below.. Im sure I didnt do anything wrong, And I tried to be a good bun. Bu...
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02-12-2011 10:27 AM
7 Replies and 2251 Views meet my dogs!  2251  7 Started by  Nikki This is Harvey (german shep)&160; 10 yrs and Charlie (cocker spaniel) 4 years &160; This is Tilly (cocker spaniel) she is the baby of the pack at 1 yr
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15-08-2011 12:17 PM
14 Replies and 3943 Views ideas needed  3943  14 Started by  kerryh33 hi all just wanted to pick your brians for ideas....i have had daisy our female cat for nearlly 6yrs, a couple of weeks back we replaced our leather (with birdie holes) settee for a lovely fabric one. Problem im having is everytime daisy comes in the room she is straight to the back of the chair to try use it as a scraching post.......she has a scraching post beside it for her, but no matter how much i shout or move her quickly she still tries it, at the moment there is no marks as am on the ba...
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08-08-2011 2:11 PM
16 Replies and 2659 Views My retired greyhound now on steroids!  2659  16 Started by  Sheena Lucy will be 13years old on Christmas Day but very sadly I know she will not make it until then.&160; Over the last 8weeks she has lost weight and condition.&160; We have been going to the vets regularly trying different drugs etc but it is some progressive degenerative cause and she is now on steroids.&160; She isnt in pain at the moment she just keeps falling over when her back legs refuse to work. Yesterday was a bad day for her but today she has managed a short walk and enjoyed the garden...
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14-07-2011 12:02 AM
16 Replies and 3056 Views Our babies!  3056  16 Started by  Krystle Hi guys, I've been nosing around and have seen most peoples other pets and birds so just thought I'd pop some pics on of our other furry babies!&160; These are our 3 south african mastiffs / Boerboels, the best dogs in the world! &160; Sahara 20 months, Mona 12 months and Lunar 12 months xxxxxx Lunar and Mona having a chin wag in the garden! Me and my special girl Sahara have a very special bond xxx This is me and my boy Hiro, he's a talking cat and is best friends with Sahara
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22-06-2011 2:51 AM
3 Replies and 2056 Views FUN DOG SHOW  2056  3 Started by  Chris &160; &160; &160; &160; Fun Dog Show ...
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06-06-2011 2:17 PM
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