What a different dog

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What a different dog

Postby littleorp2 » 02 Sep 2014, 20:54

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Kareen in Cyprus has just said "Would you believe this is the same dog? "

What a difference 4 months make and how lucky I am that the girls in Cyprus saved her and That MKF brought her here

Thank you all so much xx
Carol and Tasmin
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Re: What a different dog

Postby jackie » 03 Sep 2014, 19:11

Agree what a difference, she had such sad eyes back then, thank goodness she was given a chance I dread to think where she would be otherwise :2039:

It is also goes to show you how little they need to be happy, some good food, warm bed and some TLC not much to give in life really is it.

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Re: What a different dog

Postby Megsmum » 03 Sep 2014, 23:27

You always look so regal, Tasmin!
I'm so happy that you have discovered the life you were meant to lead. You really are beautiful xx :love5:
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Re: What a different dog

Postby mollymunch » 04 Sep 2014, 07:27

What a beauty - inside and out :1972:

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Re: What a different dog

Postby Diesel Kate » 04 Sep 2014, 13:57

We are all put on this life for some reason (Quite Deep) But Tasmin I think was put on this earth to make us realise how lucky we are and what can be achieved with some good old fashioned TLC. :love5:

I do wonder sometimes what goes in their heads and whether they have the ability to remember their past life. ?
Kath, Balee & Megan
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Re: What a different dog

Postby JoanG » 04 Sep 2014, 17:06

Diesel Kate wrote:
I do wonder sometimes what goes in their heads and whether they have the ability to remember their past life. ?


I often wonder that too, I once dropped an ironing board on the tiled kitchen floor when one of my young labs was in there, luckily no where near him but it made such a racket, scared him to death, now he never forgot that and right up to being an old dog always got up and left the kitchen when I got out the ironing board. He definitely didn't like it one bit.

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Re: What a different dog

Postby LabLover » 06 Sep 2014, 09:57

It's hard to imagine that Tasmin was the girl curled up in that box, shows what can be achieved with TLC.

Tasmin is a beauty and a credit to you :love5:

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Amanda Jim & Fynley xxx

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Re: What a different dog

Postby mollysmum » 06 Sep 2014, 19:26

You can tell that both pics are Tasmin but in the most recent one she looks years younger and so much more alive. I think her eyes say it all. She is beautiful and a credit to you.
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Re: What a different dog

Postby kayj » 09 Sep 2014, 10:58

Gorgeous girl Carol. :love5: :love5:

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Re: What a different dog

Postby Ann Mee » 09 Sep 2014, 15:17

What a difference & isn't she so beautiful :love2: :love2: . You've done so well with her. I believe they remember things from their past life, as there are particular things Millie is scared of & it has taken a long time to know why & what frightens her. She goes bananas if people she doesn't know stare at her through dark lens glasses, or clear glasses come to think of it. As with a lot of rescue dogs she's a work in progress but I wouldn't swap her for the world.

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