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My new bed

Postby littleorp2 » 12 Aug 2014, 17:26

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I'm a bit better today, no poos but still very drooly. The brown paste must have worked it's called Diar-Stop and it did! It's a natural clay so I'll be throwing pots next.
Mum treated me to a new bed and it's massive dad says it's not a bed it's a paddling pool and grandaughter has claimed the box it came in and made a house out of it. It's made of memory foam so should be nice and comfy, but I have to agree I do think mum went a tad over the top size wise though it has a nice comfy raised bit just right for resting my head. Mum tried to get one like Murphys but couldn't so found this one instead.
A very drooly Tasmin
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Re: My new bed

Postby Glenys » 12 Aug 2014, 17:33

Oh heck get well soon xx

Lovely bed though you have room for another friend in there :love5:
Please email the coordinators if you cannot get through on the phone stating CLEARLY your phone number and confirming you are on our waiting list or need help with homing a dog
( homing coordinators and dogs to come in ) Gina 07572438871 Ginaboyd@btconnect.com Carol 07399559202 labrescue@live.co.uk
for Glenys, messages can be passed on via Ann 07484724282
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Re: My new bed

Postby Maggie May » 12 Aug 2014, 20:26

I am glad you are a little better today Tasmin :1939:

I like your new bed, you look really comfy in it, you have room to stretch out.

I hope you soon feel better, you are such a lovely girl :love5:

Love Kay and Maggie xx :2379:
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Re: My new bed

Postby scubakim » 12 Aug 2014, 20:45

Glad you're feeling better today Tasmin and I love your new bed! Plenty of room to stretch out, just like Murphy's :thumbup: All our doggy visitors love his, much to Murphy's dismay :1967:
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Re: My new bed

Postby coco-bean » 12 Aug 2014, 22:38

Oh Tasmin,

Never mind eyes and teeth... what a big bed you have :1970:

Tasmin you are beautiful and I hope you feel better soon. :bighug: and a :love4:
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Re: My new bed

Postby smitty » 12 Aug 2014, 22:45

So pleased you are improving. Ask mum to buy you arrowroot biscuits. They will help settle your tum and she can eat them too with a nice cuo of tea

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Re: My new bed

Postby LabLover » 13 Aug 2014, 10:05

So glad to hear you are feeling a little better and love your new bed, you look so comfy and as gorgeous as ever :love5:

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