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just a big thankyou

Posted by cactus07 - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by cactus07 - 3 years ago

yes he's fine after his big adventure he's not a happy doggy because he's not allowed in the garden alone anymore and i'm walking him on his lead as well he does not like that and to really punish him no treats for a week . i'm really mean i know but i was so scared for him and for others because he does not move for cars and sixty kilos he could do alot of damage to a car and passengers

 

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Posted by Busterboy-951859 - 3 years ago

So true cactus07 that is why I enjoy Every moment with them, is your boy okay and settled back in?

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Posted by cactus07 - 3 years ago

yes big dogs are the best but sadly they don't live as long as smaller ones 

 

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Posted by Busterboy-951859 - 3 years ago

Bless him, I have also three Newfoundland, I suppose I have a fondness for big dogs

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Posted by Balli - 3 years ago

Always glad to hear that a dog is safely reunited with its owner.

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Posted by cactus07 - 3 years ago

yes he's a st bernard too but he's nearly eight now and now he has a heart condition the medication is like viagra to him he's back to a naughty puppy again 

 

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Posted by Busterboy-951859 - 3 years ago

Glad you found him, I have a little St. Bernard pup and would hate for her to go missing. Nice to hear good news

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Posted by phlophf-409902 - 3 years ago

Brilliant