Discussion in 'Pets' started by Logan, Apr 24, 2019.
Barley and Berry waiting for their chips in the oven. They're not hot I just put them in there.
Walking berry around the woods where we live.
Lucky (blondie) and Tinker (ginger) on a break in Dorset.
I really miss Lucky, and Tink does too - it is hard to cheer him up and although he knows what happened, I think he is still looking for her
This is Berry's dad
Berry is in there somewhere
Berry went into the crate by himself but always move the bedding away and lies on the floor.
I was looking through the photo albums and this was Logan
This is Barley when he was still at the breeder, I think that he was 5 weeks old.
He always liked getting under the bedding. Went back at 7 weeks and took him home.
I/We are all aware of the great love Logan has for her dogs. I for one share such affection for dogs.........................and most other animals. Yes, I do sometimes have the odd word of praise for modern technology and the internet. My life has always had dogs in it. However it is only in recent years that I have come to appreciate not only dogs, but many other animals. That these creatures are perhaps sometimes far superior to us, with their senses.
I have been around police dogs and military dogs. A local PC, John, had a Labrador as his police dog. Folk were more likely to approach the dog, and less hesitant than if the dog was a German Shepherd. For what it's worth. IMHO the police dogs are treated better than the military service dogs. Police dogs have one handler. Service dogs may have several, and the relationship/bonding is so different.
Then wowee! what we have learned about dogs helping in the community. We have dogs for the blind. Then. What's this. Dogs assisting disabled people in their homes. Sniffer dogs etc. It is so saddening seeing vids of dogs and other animals, being iltreated and abused. Sorry. Just had to get that off my chest.
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