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Postby JoanG » 14 May 2018, 13:48

9 years ago today we travelled up to MKF and we were lucky enough to adopt our Gorgeous George , he was 10 months old and weighed 39 kg of bendy muscle :rofl: When we got home (3hr drive) my daughter came in from work and could not believe how big he was. She said "Mum you said we were getting a puppy!" The fact was he was 4kg heavier than my old lab when he died at 12 yrs.

Who knew he would turn out to be our dog in a million. Even though he died aged only 8yrs we have so many happy memories, even the deer chasing :2008: episodes make us laugh . He was a gentle giant who we all miss even now.

Hope you're still chasing those deer lovely boy :love2:
Joan and George x
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby Liz5353 » 14 May 2018, 14:46

Hi Joan that was so nice to read about your Gorgeous George, time goes so quickly, 9 years ago.
Thinking of you and your boy of course, I do think of him when I see deer as I did the other morning 4 of them
Love Liz Shelly Bonnie Molly Polly x
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby JoanG » 14 May 2018, 16:57

Hi Liz yes time certainly does fly by, it's the milestone memories that make you aware just how fast it goes. I was looking through photos of George this morning and I have some lovely ones of him when you sent me something through the post and included a rawhide treat for George from your girls. He's sitting really patiently staring at the chew and you can clearly see the names of all your girls on the packaging. It really made me smile it was such a lovely gesture from you.

Hope you and all your girls are well x
Joan and George x
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby Jane267 » 14 May 2018, 17:33

Hi Joan

I never met Gorgeous George, but I certainly felt like I knew him, used to love reading of all his antics. Thank You for sharing him with us. So pleased that your photos are able to bring back those precious memories as you remember him today.

Love Jane and Lily
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby 12_paws » 14 May 2018, 23:09

Thinking of you Joan as you remember your special boy George and have a little smile at his antics.
For you :love3:
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby LabLover » 15 May 2018, 09:41

Thinking of you as you remember your Gorgeous George and glad he left you with lots of special memories, I can fully relate to when you say your dog in a million :love2:
Amanda Jim & Fynley xxx

Remembering our beloved boys Milo, Little Max & Zak who forever will always be in our hearts and never forgotten Feb 2003 to May 2016, Jan 2010 to Jun 2017 & Nov 2004 to Nov 2017.
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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby Ann Mee » 16 May 2018, 13:10

Thinking of you Joan as you remember your special boy & I had the pleasure of meeting him too at fundays over the years. He was indeed gorgeous

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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby jackie » 17 May 2018, 19:04

Thinking of you Joan, know how special he was to you. I am sure he is having he time of his life over that bridge.

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Re: Gorgeous George

Postby jackiem » 24 May 2018, 13:54

Thinking of you Joan and your lovely handsome one-in-a-million boy.
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