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Fostering/Adopting a dog.
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Hehehe, yes she is at ours now, most placid Staffie Ive met, can tell she's very nervous, had a good explore around the house and garden now having a sleep, will post some pics later Smile
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It'll probably take her a little while before she feels fully settled - and then she can go crazy  Wink   Or she has her wild days behind her and is just a total sweetie  Angel
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Yeah think she is overwelmed at the moment with all us and the new environment she's already clinging around me but really happy and sitting on everyones knee, not been interested in playing for now just very curious really.

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Chilling with my daughter.
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Should've bought your daughter some new clothes first, fancy dressing her in rags..... Wink Big Grin
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...get someone else to do it! Big Grin

Enjoy your fish, shrimps and snails!
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Mobiles are way too complicated for me, although I do have one now. Wink
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Its good to see another brindle finding a home! They spend too long in temp homes and kennels as there is some strange 'opinions' on that colouring! She'll soon be an absolutely nut case once settled. Ours took a week or so before she relaxed and now shes bouncing off the damn walls!
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(11-09-2019, 10:17 AM)plankton Wrote: Should've bought your daughter some new clothes first, fancy dressing her in rags..... Wink Big Grin

The dog always comes first  Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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