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      Bonnie Lea
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      faggy little dogs?  my oh my you sound like the wicked witch of the west  (from Oz)  and CATS?  oh oh my furry quadrupeds would be quite upset at Dr. John.  HRUMPH!

       

      I do not think I would like to have a wee doggie licking my screen, seemingly trying to GET OUT OF MY COMPUTER where I as evil witch (grizelda of the north)  has managed to  totally imprision the poooor weeeee doggie.

       

      (see I have already managed to lose what ever knowledge I had regarding posting pictures.   AH WELL

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        Kimmer
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        That is cute John, but I have to clean enough dog slobber from the glass on the French doors going out to the back yard.

        EmmaDog would like to know if she qualifies as non-faggy…she went after her previously begged for (bayed for) tennis ball after Hubs had the audacity to throw it in the pond.  She was pretty miffed…sat with her back to him all evening.

        Hope you are doing well.  K.

         

         

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        jag
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        I hate my faggy dog so much that we are thinking of getting another one-so embarrassing.  

        There goes my chances of becoming a marine/joining the armed forces.  

        Doing well thanks.  Yourself?

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        Kimmer
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        Doing well here…just kinda lonesome since taking my son home.  Glad to have my dogz around to lighten up the mood.  Yep.  Both rolled in sumpin' stinky and had to have baths. And a vingar rinse.  And new collars.  It was even in their Beagle ears.

        Dogs, faggy or not, are just priceless, aren't they?

        K.

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        jag
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        Maybe, but it doesn't explain people who refuse to pay for an animal's care when an affordable treatment will definitely save it's life.   

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        Kimmer
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        As usual, John, you make a lot of sense.  Can't figure out why the irresponsible take on responsibility, then 'course I can't figure out lots o' stuff.

        Take good care, K.

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        Kimmer
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        As usual, John, you make a lot of sense.  Can't figure out why the irresponsible take on responsibility, then 'course I can't figure out lots o' stuff.

        Take good care, K.

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        jag
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        Maybe, but it doesn't explain people who refuse to pay for an animal's care when an affordable treatment will definitely save it's life.   

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        Kimmer
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        Doing well here…just kinda lonesome since taking my son home.  Glad to have my dogz around to lighten up the mood.  Yep.  Both rolled in sumpin' stinky and had to have baths. And a vingar rinse.  And new collars.  It was even in their Beagle ears.

        Dogs, faggy or not, are just priceless, aren't they?

        K.

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        Bonnie Lea
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        ok so Biscuit will have a new friend,  maybe Graham (cracker) 

         

        We are having our dotters kitty (Sir Henry) come to visit with us for a week.  My girls will def be intrigued.  a BOY loose aboot the hoose  (even if they are all spayed and neutered) 

         

        Loved seeing your pictures by the way.

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        Bonnie Lea
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        ok so Biscuit will have a new friend,  maybe Graham (cracker) 

         

        We are having our dotters kitty (Sir Henry) come to visit with us for a week.  My girls will def be intrigued.  a BOY loose aboot the hoose  (even if they are all spayed and neutered) 

         

        Loved seeing your pictures by the way.

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        jag
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        I hate my faggy dog so much that we are thinking of getting another one-so embarrassing.  

        There goes my chances of becoming a marine/joining the armed forces.  

        Doing well thanks.  Yourself?

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        Kimmer
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        That is cute John, but I have to clean enough dog slobber from the glass on the French doors going out to the back yard.

        EmmaDog would like to know if she qualifies as non-faggy…she went after her previously begged for (bayed for) tennis ball after Hubs had the audacity to throw it in the pond.  She was pretty miffed…sat with her back to him all evening.

        Hope you are doing well.  K.

         

         

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      Bonnie Lea
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      faggy little dogs?  my oh my you sound like the wicked witch of the west  (from Oz)  and CATS?  oh oh my furry quadrupeds would be quite upset at Dr. John.  HRUMPH!

       

      I do not think I would like to have a wee doggie licking my screen, seemingly trying to GET OUT OF MY COMPUTER where I as evil witch (grizelda of the north)  has managed to  totally imprision the poooor weeeee doggie.

       

      (see I have already managed to lose what ever knowledge I had regarding posting pictures.   AH WELL

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