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Now that's what I call one discerning laid back dog, Grumps now you know what to get your pooch for Christmas, a large armchair
 

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My daughter says awww that's one passed out dog, pure and utterly spoilt, like our Angels 
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Brilliant thankfully milo hasn't gone as far that yet but he's decided the suite is his bed when he thinks he can get away with it!!!!.



 

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The pictures are brilliant and certainly have the awwwww factor like wilma said,I have been brought up with gsd's all my life and although I am biased they are a great breed.Is Milo long haired,they certainly know the most comfortable places.
Had a break for about a year after my last dog passed away ,my son wanted a gsd dog and by chance we came across a puppy who had been found living under a bush with some feral cats,could not let him be put down so gave him a home.,the wife said it was the dog or me,no pressure then ! unsure of his actual age when we got him he was about 6 months now approx 4yrsSon then goes to uni and yes wife and I left with the dog ! typical
will post a picture as soon as I get the chance
 

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Hi Delta1 my dog of choice is Rottweiler gsd x one clever mix our angelz is eight now and still a character, she makes us laugh she so manipulative lol she was a dogs trust dog when she was 13 weeks old, she two was for our daughter as she was getting bullied and her confidence was low, and yes to we are left looking after her while our daughter gives her love and cuddles plus head massages, Anglez loves it lol
And you are so right they know the best places to lie there weary bones down.
If you look at owners pets you will see some of our lovely big girl.
 

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Hi Wilmajust managed to locate the thread, IT not my strongest point,(soz for the delay in responding.
Will go to the owners pets,I really like the name Angelz and the spelling.
just noticed your location, son is still up in Scotland Kinross he has been working at T in the Park ! what little communication we have had, he is thoroughly enjoying the place and especially the people who he is having a great time when he was not working !
 

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We are heavy metal Rammstein Korn Papa Roach Limpbiskit etc we were at download this year have been to Sonisphere bloodstock etc
His way is best cause you get paid to see the festivals went to T in the Park once heated it the sound system was terrible been to V fest a couple times that was better but nothing beats metal.
I think I stay about 50 miles or less from Kinross, the weather has been good to him hope he put sun screen on

I will try and post some pics of my beautiful girl and I don't mean my daughter
 

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Hi was the download festival at donnigton park ? he was there and had a great time,he got tickets to V fest he is not working so should have a good time
recognise the names from his music etc I like most of the metal stuff although could not tell you the groups,must be my age hahahaha
 

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Yip it was at donnington park rained the Friday and it was cold so we missed Slipknot as our daughter has raynauds and she gets unwell if she gets to cold, ( going back to the hotel my lovely Antara got a big stone chip not pleased at tall on the Friday
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The Saturday was muddy but dry and the Sunday was roasting the best act all in all was Rammstein, but getting out of Donnington was terrible took about 2 hours then back to the hotel must have cost me about over quarter tank just idealing, was not very good organised compared to some festivals, although we did enjoy ourselves, it was not very disabled friendly like some
hope he enjoys V feast, were are you from? Does he drive there
 
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