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Old 26th December 2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default A dog now at our house

Well,

After a visit to the local dog pound..we saw a puppy born in the pound...

Well it now lives with us..our last dog died 12 years ago..

So here is Duke.....Just filled with turkey dinner....

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Old 26th December 2012, 02:12 PM   #2
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oh boy is he a cute guy.
Duke? as in the "Duke", or elington?
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Old 26th December 2012, 02:13 PM   #3
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Congratulations on your Little Duke!
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Duke? as in the "Duke", or elington?
Or as in, "The puppy just dropped a duke on the kitchen floor!"

VERY sweet-looking dog!
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Old 26th December 2012, 03:13 PM   #5
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Duke,

As in The Duke..

You know what its like you hold them and then you look at the concrete pen that they are going back into..

Well after he pooped by the back door, he now taps the door with his paw and out he goes very strange. No training..At night he uses newspaper..

He looks like a meerkat when he begs...and has an interest in mince pies..

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Old 26th December 2012, 04:35 PM   #7
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Duke,

As in The Duke..

You know what its like you hold them and then you look at the concrete pen that they are going back into..

Well after he pooped by the back door, he now taps the door with his paw and out he goes very strange. No training..At night he uses newspaper..

He looks like a meerkat when he begs...and has an interest in mince pies..

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Well, that was easy house training.

Mince pies huh? Shoulda named him Tod. Sweeney Tod.

I have a mastif that loves corn on the cob. Oh and moles.
I had a big mole proablem before we got her.
She was a pup and when we let her out she would dig holes in the yard. I thought, great! A dog like that, dang it!
I would get after her for it till I took away somthing in her mouth, saw it was a mole, praised her,let her have at it.
25-40 holes later she dosent dig and I have no moles in my yard.

Dogs are funny, they have a personality of their own. Just like people.
Enjoy your new family member
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Congratulations to you for finding Duke and giving him a forever home!!!

Here are Buddy and Katie - both of them are doggy's that needed forever homes too. Now days I always rescue doggy's that need a home and lot's of love. SWMBO and I spoil the heck out of them - but I haven't tried the mince meat pie on 'em.
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Well, that was easy house training.

Mince pies huh? Shoulda named him Tod. Sweeney Tod.
Mince pies,

BBC - Food - Recipes : Mince pies

Mince meat = fruit and sugar etc don't ask I haven't got a clue why its called meat..

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