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    Here's a few pics of my beloved hound dog Pandy
    Around 4 years old now and a pure delight to have around
    Be pretty lost without a pet to pat...MM
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    Thanks for the photos of Pandy. I found out that having pets is a wealth hazzard, but so is everything else, but nothing is beats a pet, that is happy to see you when you come home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KBs PensNmore View Post
    Thanks for the photos of Pandy. I found out that having pets is a wealth hazzard, but so is everything else, but nothing is beats a pet, that is happy to see you when you come home.
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    I have always had dogs in my life as they bring me so much joy...they expect little but deliver plenty!
    Pandy survived 'parvo' when he was a puppy so holds a special place in my heart
    Lovely natured animal that has proved to be a great therapy dog too for the friend I 'care' for
    And loyal as the day is long...and a true 'log dog'...MM
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    Pandy looks like a great mate. Not a dog person myself but really appreciate the contributions pets make and the bonds they form with their human pets.
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    I have got a mate who lives on his own in a caravan on a rural block. He has very bad hip joints and so getting about is a slow process. He had a fall which put him in hospital for 2 weeks where they had a good look at his bones. They (hospital) had to teach him to walk using a walking stick and told him to walk every day so he won't seize up. When home from hospital he found a dog in the local paper that needed a new home because the owner was moving and couldn't take the dog with them. Well she is a "pig dog" bitser. when we were "introduced" to the dog she bit my mate and drew blood! She had been a rescue dog and was VERY possessive. The mate didn't give her time to assess him that's why she bit him. I could see potential in her and so he took her. She has been with him 18 months or so and has turned out to be such a good dog. Yesterday I went to see the mate and drove around the caravan. Here she was ready to greet me with ears down and waggy tail. I gave her (as always) a good pat and scratch. She leaned against me while I was "saying hello".
    The other night she shook the van but didn't bark and when the mate went to see what was out there she had,under surveillance, a couple of pigs. The mate keeps her tied to the van so she can shelter underneath. She also did the same reaction when she spied a Goanna about 5' long.
    Rescue dogs usually work out well. All they want is someone for them to look after....or is that vice-versa
    Just do it!

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    Just woken up...MM
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    He loves the camera ...MM
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    I have a pet Pandy too - well more correctly Pandie, and even more correctly Panda. She's an Aussie Shepherd (mini size).
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    Anyone who knows Aussies will know they often like to smile. Panda and her sister both do it, and they both will make themselves sneeze because they do it - it's quite funny. This was Panda just as she started smiling, but also mid sneeze.
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    Poundy your pet is sooooo cute...my goodness!
    As for calling ones dog various names i do get a tad carried away ...
    Pandy
    Pandy Pip
    Pippy
    Pipette
    Pandy Bear
    Pip
    Little One
    Mr Pant
    and a few others
    Must confuse the hell out of the dog ...MM
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    BC #1 is named Willow but gets called
    Willie
    Williwonka
    Mrs Wolf,
    Wolfie,
    Ghost (she seems to appear and disappear without a sound),
    Come here,
    Don't,
    Stop,
    Get Down,
    Get over here,
    Where are you (she like to hide)
    Leave it (when she picks up the remains of a KFC pack or a Blowfish at the park by the river)
    Shutup (when she barks at the TV)
    and "Weeo" by my grandson

    BC #2 is called Skye but gets called
    Skype,
    B-sky-B,
    Scruffy Butt,
    Fatguts,
    Scout,
    Scooter,
    Scooter Patooter
    Scooter Pants,
    Scoodie,
    Chicha,
    Here,
    Get it,
    Back,
    and "Keye" (as in eye) by my grandson

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    you think Panda is cute - her twin, Toffee, is the beauty of the family... Here they are together
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    Here's a recent photo of our two circus monkeys.

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    Talk about a 'cute feast'!!
    Gotta love the animals ...MM
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