The Official Pets Discussion Thread

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by Poser » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:41 pm

Dual wrote:They're probably going to egg your house now well done.


Nah, it's cool. They didn't know I let the dog out, or that I was watching what happened.

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Dblock » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:42 pm

Dogs are disgusting they lick their own ass after taking gooseberry fool then lick your face afterwards . Urghh

''Saying it's because I was controlling you and making you sad when actually I just asked you to wear some trousers'' :lol: :lol:
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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Poser » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:54 pm

Dblock wrote:Dogs are disgusting they lick their own ass after taking gooseberry fool then lick your face afterwards . Urghh


If only there was some way to not let them lick your face.

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by Dblock » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:56 pm

Poser bit harsh cutting their tongue .

''Saying it's because I was controlling you and making you sad when actually I just asked you to wear some trousers'' :lol: :lol:
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by Finiarél » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:57 pm

A little tap on the nose does wonders. :simper:

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by Octoroc » Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:17 pm

There's a Wonderland documentary about dog owners tonight.

Documentary exploring people's extraordinary relationships with their four-legged friends. The film was made over several months by director Vanessa Engle, who approaches people out walking their dogs on Hampstead Heath, London, to ask why they have a pet and the role it plays in their lives. The stories they tell are in turns surprising, moving and profound.


Wonderland documentaries are usually worth a look.

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Qikz » Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:21 pm

Poser wrote:Well, yeah, cats are lower maintenance. I'm a dog person through and through, and I'm aware you're not trolling, so I'll agree to disagree.


I will say this, though - we have kids playing football behind our garden wall. Harmless in itself, but it inevitably comes over and they always try and help themselves to it, rather than come and ask for it back like I did in my day. The gf does not like this, says it makes her nervous.

Last week, a ball came over at about 7pm, so I quietly let the dog into the garden, knowing what would happen next. Kid got half way over the wall when she started barking. Proper, gutteral, going mental at him. Lad shat himself, jumped back over.

Two minutes later, there's a knock at the door and they politely asked for their ball back. I told him if it came over again, it belonged to the dog. Not seen them since. That's how the system should strawberry floating work.

Dogs :wub:


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Amazing.

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by 1cmanny1 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:32 pm

You are harsh Poser.

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by 1>3>4>2 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:40 pm

My cat Dargo fell asleep with this expression on his face the other day and even the camera flash or laughing didn't wake him up.

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He doesn't usually look so mental though

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by Pontius Pilate » Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:45 pm

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Pixie and Mitzy. :wub:

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Bunni » Wed Oct 17, 2012 8:36 am

Accidently left the neighbour cat in the house overnight. :lol: :fp:

She came in to get away from being bummed by the ginger as I was getting ready for work and obviously fell asleep somewhere so I forgot about her till I was off the train. Opened the door this morning and she was meowing like mad but my carpets and sock drawer appear to be gooseberry fool free. Good kitty. You deserve that tin of overpriced tuna. :wub:

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Poser » Wed Oct 17, 2012 10:03 am

Anung wrote:My cat Dargo fell asleep with this expression on his face the other day and even the camera flash or laughing didn't wake him up.

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He doesn't usually look so mental though

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:lol:

That's like a Pet Cemetary before/after shot

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by Ad7 » Wed Oct 17, 2012 12:18 pm

Poser wrote:Big bump for a dog-related update. The Mrs and I both recently returned to full-time work, meaning the dog was to be left alone all day for the fiorst time.

Unfortunately, Nala decided that being alone wasn't for her, so she strawberry floated our gooseberry fool right up. She totally shredded the lino in the kitchen. Not bad for a day's work. :fp:

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This was a couple of weeks ago and she's calmed down since then. Which is good, cos doggy daycare is expensive.


strawberry floating hell :lol:

My mum and dad's tow labradors went strawberry floating mental when we went out for the day once. We came back and not only was the kitchen floor a good couple of mm deep in diarrhoea but one of them had actually eaten the wall :lol: Plasterboard the lot. You could see through to the hallway in parts.

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by Scotticus Erroticus » Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:40 am

Ad7 wrote:
Poser wrote:Big bump for a dog-related update. The Mrs and I both recently returned to full-time work, meaning the dog was to be left alone all day for the fiorst time.

Unfortunately, Nala decided that being alone wasn't for her, so she strawberry floated our gooseberry fool right up. She totally shredded the lino in the kitchen. Not bad for a day's work. :fp:

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This was a couple of weeks ago and she's calmed down since then. Which is good, cos doggy daycare is expensive.


strawberry floating hell :lol:

My mum and dad's tow labradors went strawberry floating mental when we went out for the day once. We came back and not only was the kitchen floor a good couple of mm deep in diarrhoea but one of them had actually eaten the wall :lol: Plasterboard the lot. You could see through to the hallway in parts.


:lol: :lol:

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Poser » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:18 am

Ad7 wrote:
My mum and dad's tow labradors went strawberry floating mental when we went out for the day once. We came back and not only was the kitchen floor a good couple of mm deep in diarrhoea but one of them had actually eaten the wall :lol: Plasterboard the lot. You could see through to the hallway in parts.


Jebus. Yeah, we didn't have any structural damage and were grateful for that.

I can't deny, though, we're thinking of getting a second dog. Having bought an expensive puppy, I think we'd strongly consider a rescue dog. Feels like a gamble but it'd be nice to get a pal for Nala.

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by Scotticus Erroticus » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:25 am

It's important to get the right one companion, dogs can be picky and jealous. My friend Mark got his dog a friend and they get along brilliantly, but my friend Mandi got a her dog a friend and they HATE each other. They always fight and never get along.

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by Poser » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:38 am

Scotticus Erroticus wrote:They always fight and never get along.


:(

It would be tough. I'd hate to have to take a dog back. She likes other dogs and she's a bit aloof (trait of her breed) so doesn't get too jealous, but you never know how they'll react domestically. I'm not even sure how you'd go about finding out - can you take rescue dogs on a week's trial?! :shifty:

I'd want something a bit smaller than her, but not a terrier. Maybe a spaniel or border collie-sized dog.

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by Scotticus Erroticus » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:43 am

Poser wrote:
Scotticus Erroticus wrote:They always fight and never get along.


:(

It would be tough. I'd hate to have to take a dog back. She likes other dogs and she's a bit aloof (trait of her breed) so doesn't get too jealous, but you never know how they'll react domestically. I'm not even sure how you'd go about finding out - can you take rescue dogs on a week's trial?! :shifty:

I'd want something a bit smaller than her, but not a terrier. Maybe a spaniel or border collie-sized dog.

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by Scotticus Erroticus » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:45 am

It's done it again, I quote someone, reply, then the entire message typed gets deleted. FFS.

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PostRe: The Pet Discussion Thread
by abcd » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:49 am

Rocky asleep

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He normally runs and barks in his sleep. Which is quite comical as it wakes him up.

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