A day in the life of...

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Post by dogspaw » 19 Feb 2010, 11:16

Lovely photos. Especially like the one of them all crashed out! What beautiful pups they all are. I hope your weekend isn't too sad seeing them go, Carol. Are they all going to their new homes this weekend?
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Post by carolb » 19 Feb 2010, 12:05

Linda&David wrote:Looking at the last photo they must have had some wine at the party :lol:




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The wine is what I have to anethetise my husband with to get away with fostering the pups!! :2026: I can start bringing him round Sunday evening :lol: :lol: :1967:
dogspaw wrote:Lovely photos. Especially like the one of them all crashed out! What beautiful pups they all are. I hope your weekend isn't too sad seeing them go, Carol. Are they all going to their new homes this weekend?
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Post by CarolynM » 19 Feb 2010, 12:29

You have done a fantastic job Carol - time to bring the husband round now :1968:

The house will seem so quiet on Sunday evening/Monday morning :beerandwhistle:
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Post by Bev Rowley » 19 Feb 2010, 12:36

Hope the weekend is not too traumatic for you Carol.

Enjoy the wine on Sunday night you thoroughly deserve it. :love3: :love3:

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Post by warrengl » 19 Feb 2010, 13:02

They're absolutely adorable! :love2:
I love the first picture of one little pup left in the cage... nothing to do with me gov! :2008:
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Post by benjiesmum » 19 Feb 2010, 20:08

Absolutely brilliant job done, I agree. :love3: :love3: :love3:

It's nice to know they are all going off on their adventures but.....

Bet you will miss them though. :1962:

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Post by Gemma T » 19 Feb 2010, 20:12

Good luck over the weekend - I know it'll be heartbreaking for you saying bye bye to them!
You've done a fab job with them!!
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Post by mollie » 19 Feb 2010, 20:22

Hubby and I have never laughed so much in ages!! :1968: :1968: :1968: :1968: :1968:

Well Carol, it will be sad for you to see them go....but there are going to be a lot of happy homes this weekend :1954: :1954: :1954: :1954: :1954: :1954:

Think of it this way...........would you want them all there in, say, 3 months time??? :1966: :1966: :1966:


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p.s. What a fantastic job you've done!!!!
Mr Bumpy - always in our hearts xx

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Post by Ann Mee » 19 Feb 2010, 22:23

[quote="Absdoodle"]They were just having a leaving do thats all :1967:

:1968: :1968: :1968: Seriously though Carol you've done them proud all of them, they are wonderful :love2: will be thinking about you this weekend. They will go on to be such fantastic companions to all their new families as their Mum has to Ky.

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Post by arlyj » 20 Feb 2010, 20:08

Oh Carol, I'm sorry but I just couldn't help but laugh at these photos. I love the 1st one with the one pup sitting there in the cage, with an "it wasn't me, a big boy done it and ran away" look :1966:

Bless you Carol - tomorrow will be very hard for you.

I just want to wish all the puppies and their new families health and happiness :love3: and can't wait for the pupdates

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Post by mollysmum » 20 Feb 2010, 21:26

Whats a bit of a mess between friends. Love the pictures.
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Post by rhoda4 » 20 Feb 2010, 21:49

Lovely photos! You've done a brilliant job with those gorgeous babies. :love2:

Ann, Paul & Zac x :love3:
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