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  1. A little nervous, breeder advice

    I’m glad you will be able to visit and you have done further follow-ups which have put your mind at risk. I don’t think you are paranoid at all; you are bringing into your family a little life who will be with you for approximately 15 years. Good luck and we all look forward to updates when pup arrives.
  2. How do they know?

    A scary topic !!! I haven’t seen a snake since I was a child in the vast metropolis of Thangool (tiny little town in Queensland). The neighbour adjoining the back of my yard told me he’d found a black snake swimming in his pool one day, but that was a few years ago now. He was telling people in the neighbourhood he knew had dogs so we could take extra care. I have seen some suspicious holes in the ground; I don’t think they are from snakes, though.
  3. Dino from GAP SA

    . My little foster boy, Stevie, isn’t safe with anything with a squeaker. Hopefully, Dino won’t be as destructive of them as Stevie is. I am spending a fortune keeping him in squeaks. Let us know how the meeting goes.
  4. Dino from GAP SA

    Not safe with birds, then?? Lovely news. Here’s to a lovely life for both of them for many many years.
  5. We Welcomed a new Dog to our home on Saturday

    We love them, then lose them. Then they give us the right to bring another love into our hearts. Farewell Honey Girl and Welcome Lola.
  6. Goodbye Bubby my darling

    11 years 11 glorious years. I am sure so many DOLers have loved all your stories as much as I have. Deepest condolences. You all shared so much love, Bubby will be sorely missed.
  7. It is a bit of a long shot, SoG, but Brightside Farm Sanctuary in Tasmania always has about a dozen greyhounds for adoption. https://www.google.com.au/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=brightside+farm+sanctuary&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&gfe_rd=cr&dcr=0&ei=ltbWWbnTDJHp8wffxYP4Dg
  8. No!!! HE did not pee on you. You must be thinking of another dog. LOL. I keep all my photos, but the reason I took that was it was very unusual for Tirra to go to other people. You have the knack, obviously, and should use that as a testimonial for getting a dog.
  9. That is both very sad and totally unacceptable, SofG. When you consider there are so many dogs languishing in kennels (that are called rescue - a complete disgrace ) and probably any number of them would have been 100% suitable for the situation you described. I find it hard to understand why people do it. Do you remember this evening? Such a long time ago. My darling Tirra has been gone for 9 years 2008 Tirra and SoG by Cynthia Waters, on Flickr
  10. Farewell my beautiful happy girl

    Yep, can grab you at any time even years later.
  11. I know which way my mob is voting

    Wow! A photograph is enough. That is scary. Good girls
  12. Jonah & Jesse go to Cape York

    Welcome home. Oh my, that squishy squishy nose
  13. Phoebe has puppies!

    Oh my, teeny tiny lumps of love.
  14. Little Dogs and Bones

    Bad mum
  15. Tiny little foster dog being Bullied

    Well, I was hoping for sympathy and advice, but all I get are emoticons No one seems to care for Sharpie’s dilemma But i’m doing my best to steer Stella towards her little scrap of material and stuffed lion. Luckily my dogs don’t act as a pack and join in the persecution of Sharpie. We’ll battle on here and try to keep them all safe.
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