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dogs,who'd have em.

Discussion in 'General Chat and Gossip' started by jaggededge, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. jaggededge

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    when i left for work this morning the dog,an 11 year old staffie.had a nice blue bandage on his rear paw which he has cut and made worse by chewing. just got home to no bandage on said paw in fact no bandage period. now the waiting game. i can see myself having to do some pulling out in the next couple of days.:banghead:
     
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    Aye. dogs just can't grasp the concept of health care:rofl:
     
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    I have no idea what you are alluding to.
     
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    Grass is a bastard for that:( When my dog has been eating the stuff, I often have to get a handful of moss and pull the long bits out of his arse.

    Why the buggers don't chew beats me.
     
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    You could do a magic show with him
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    just tried to get on tomorrows britains got talent, but no chance,simon cowell doesn't like magic shows,even with dogs arseholes and an arsehole.
     
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    You should teach him to fart using the grass as a reed, like when you hold a blade between your thumbs and blow......I bet he could play some rare old tunes and Simon Cowell would be begging you to put him on the show.
     
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    With the farts that furry bugger can produce, you wouldn't want to be close enough to hear the tune, John.
    The dog I mean, and I don't know about Cowell.
     
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    At least you can blame the dog when you let some noxious effluvia drift out.
     
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    well he must be bloody magic. got home today to a present on the mat. a sausage shaped blue parcel with a bit of grass and a load of frothy spit. bearing in mind he's been fed 3 times since,i don't know how he's managed to puke it up without food? theres no evidence of there being any that he might of re eaten. maybe he is magic? at least we got it out.
     
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    cider n kebab in soup out ? we could be a double act . Glad hes ok buddy
     
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    curled up at side of me on settee farting obnoxious gases out at regular intervals.
     
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    Enough about the wife, how's the dog?
     
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    he's fine:lol:
     
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    Pheasant feathers are a laugh too. Not.
     
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    I had a beer bottle cap puked up *two weeks* after the sod had swallowed it. They have a really weird digestive system.
     
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    "How long will you take grooming the dog?"

    "Just two ticks"

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    It's that time of year again.
     
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    Frontline Plus was EXTREMELY effective when I took Djinn to the Lake District. Pip's dogs had quite a few, Djinn had ABSOLUTELY none

    Just to be clear: at the moment Kanji is using Advocat, which does nothing against ticks but covers for a range of parasites which seemed a better plan for a puppy. But he'll get FL+ at the end of the Advocat treatment
     
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