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  1. Genuine West Highland Terrier

    Lucky you, I hope you're having a great time, did you see Nessie?
  2. Could you put a soft crate in your bedroom so he can at least be in at night/overnight (carry him in so he doesn't roam the house, straight to the soft crate/bed kind of thing) as its very hard on an 8yo dog who's previously been an inside dog to be moved somewhere new, and then have to stay outside all the time. Other than that, you could put his kennel close to the back door so he can see it, and who's coming/going, he's going to want to be able to be near you. You can't make him stay in the kennel unless he wants to.
  3. RIP Genevieve

    Oh, I'm so sorry to hear about your beautiful Genevieve. Such a shock for all the family.
  4. HELP NEEDED WITH SCARED RESCUE

    Such a good update PM, sharing the bed is always a good sign. I do love it when they just tuck in behind the knees.
  5. More Monarto Chimps

    He has such a beautiful face, and those stick out ears, kind of like a goofy 5yo kid. He's adorable, great pics as always!
  6. HELP NEEDED WITH SCARED RESCUE

    Beautiful doggies, so glad she's settling in a bit more now, you've worked your magic with her PM.
  7. Maybe a dog run with a good base, and dug into the ground would stop them. But you also need to figure out why they are doing it. Are they bored and doing it for fun? Staffies are high energy dogs, and if you don't have enough to keep them occupied (training, walks, chew toys etc) then they will make their own fun.
  8. How'd this get missed?

    Devastating, just saw this on the news website earlier.
  9. HELP NEEDED WITH SCARED RESCUE

    Well Done
  10. 52/2018

    You're a lovely person PC, what beaut little lambs they are too!
  11. Adventures of Bella Saluki

    Aww, wee Bowie. Bowie has such a sweet innocent face, and you've captured it beautifully. And then there's the beautiful, elegant Bella, all regal and statuesque one minute, and hooning like crazy the next. Perfect combination.
  12. The adventures of Hailey, the Tassie Devil

    Liddle miss Hailey is growing up beautifully. I love the treat bottle game, great idea, it seems Zeph was doing most of the work and she reaped the rewards. *sigh* Happy puppies, thanks for sharing them with us. She's got a mischievous look, and Zeph has the older and wiser, yet patient, big brother look.
  13. "Designer" dogs rescued from Illegal Breeder in Vic

    Would calling the RSPCA or the Bendigo council be of any to help you?
  14. Different suburbs, different dogs?

    Do you think it's an affluent area Perse? Those older houses, leafier streets, big yards would (generally) mean more expensive to rent/buy, depending on the suburb of course. If thats' the case, you could afford to have bigger dogs, you certainly don't see many Great Pyrenees around. And Newfies. Then again, could be true for what you say, high density living, smaller dogs...but again, it would (for me) depend on the suburb/area, because of lot of upmarket closer to town burbs are very expensive, have small or tiny courtyards, so maybe a small white fluffy would fit in better. Where I live (my block of units) are mostly small courtyards, (varying sizes, some have a small grass area) we've got a small mutt mix, used to have a Staffy next door, and then my Staffy. The other dogs I've seen around the immediate area (big streets, houses/yards) have been anything from Goldens to Schnauzers to SWF's.
  15. "Designer" dogs rescued from Illegal Breeder in Vic

    Whoops, thanks Rebanne, fixed the title.
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