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Loving my Oldies

Just In Case You Didn’T Know .....

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Fwiw I brush my two dogs teeth EVERYDAY and my 10 year old Kelpie still needed some teeth out recently.

I hardly ever give them ice cream ... maybe once or twice as a treat and only about a teaspoonful.

Maybe we should all report ourselves... Gosh we are bad owners ????

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Scottie got two hot chips at dinner time tonight. At least one was hidden (in the yard I hope) for later.

He's passed out on the couch now - could be the huge run he had this evening. Could be from poor dietary choices made by his mum.

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nickyp   

Thank you!

Reading this thread just reminded me to give Billy his evening treat of toast with a smear of peanut butter on it. He was lying on his bed, looking dejected because he thought I had forgotten. When I put it down near him he tried to eat it without lifting his head. Lazy sod ... :rofl:

An icecream at the beach is a time honoured tradition with dogs I own. It wouldn't be the same if we didn't do it.

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I had a ham and cheese omelette for dinner and guess who wanted to help me eat it ????????

LOL - two of my dogs regularly get to lick plates when I’ve had omelette (without the ham :D ).

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gillybob   

My old bloke Gilly has a bit of icecream now and then. He is 20 years old this april, has great teeth and is pretty healthy. So icecream hasn't killed him yet.

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My old bloke Gilly has a bit of icecream now and then. He is 20 years old this april, has great teeth and is pretty healthy. So icecream hasn't killed him yet.

Gilly sounds amazing. I think we deserve a photo of him :provoke:

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