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Re: Bryn

Post by JoanG » 17 Mar 2015, 14:48

Another great update and lovely photos, his fur is growing back nicely too. Good to know he still has a twinkle in his eye. :love6: :rofl:

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Post by JacksDad » 22 Mar 2015, 15:21

After saying that Bryn didn't seem to like water he proved me wrong yesterday afternoon. We were having our usual walk along the riverbank when Bryn spotted a springer diving in the water for a ball, so in went Bryn after him, swimming well.....perhaps the presence of a lovely lady chocolate lab encouraged him....
A bit further on a happy mixed swimming party took place, now with two more lady labs so Bryn was in and out of the river after his ball but also having a swim round before returning to the bank. At first he seemed not to know about shaking the water off (which should, of course be done near humans) so stood there dripping before the idea came to him. One of the others must have had a word in his ear because on arriving home he wiped his head on Dad's trousers and his body on the dining room wall before I could reach him with towels.................does this sound familiar ?
Dinner went down even faster than usual before a good snooze.................. :snooze:
Andrew and Bryn (thinks- nearly time to go out again Dad !)

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I wanted to get a pic of Bryn attacking a pig's ear last week but by the time I'd found the camera and switched it on the pig's ear had been eaten.

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Re: Bryn

Post by Maggie May » 22 Mar 2015, 15:43

Oh bless him , he is so lovely :love2:
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Re: Bryn

Post by JacksDad » 14 Apr 2015, 13:17

OUT AND ABOUT
Bryn is enjoying his walks just as much as ever and still bounces up and down when he sees me getting ready

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Over the years this has been a favourite place for all my labs but with Bryn there's no time for hanging about daydreaming, we're out for a walk so that's what we should be doing...........

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A pic from the archives showing Jack at the same place, that's not a white halti round his nose but good old DROOL !

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Off we go again....keep up, Dad !

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Re: Bryn

Post by JacksDad » 14 Apr 2015, 13:40

And before Jack, here's Henry in May 2005......

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Post by Joe + Hilary » 14 Apr 2015, 15:30

That looks a super walk. Jacks's fav spot would be for mine also I'm sure. Nice to see a pic of Jack and Henry. Good to hear of Bryn again, he's a character isn't he!

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Re: Bryn

Post by Megsmum » 16 Apr 2015, 23:29

I just love your Bryn updates, Andrew - good to see him looking so well. He's such a handsome chap.
Lovely to see pics of Jack and Henry too.
:bighug: :bighug: to Bryn from us xx
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Re: Bryn

Post by LabLover » 17 Apr 2015, 09:52

Looks a lovely spot and Bryn looks so happy :love2:

Lovely also seeing pics of Jack and Henry too.

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Re: Bryn

Post by Liz5353 » 17 Apr 2015, 11:32

What beautiful pictures and Bryn looks so well.
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Re: Bryn

Post by JacksDad » 22 Apr 2015, 22:50

I've just bought a fridge magnet which seems very appropriate at the moment....."Home is where hair sticks to everything except the dog."
I'm sure there must be one or two other labs like Bryn in that respect.

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Re: Bryn

Post by Joe + Hilary » 22 Apr 2015, 22:56

:rofl: :rofl: Yes, I know what you mean!!!

:bighug: :love2: for Bryn

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Re: Bryn

Post by coco-bean » 24 Apr 2015, 21:13

Bryn you are soooo Handsome. :bighug: for you.

Yes we could do with that fridge magnet too. :lol:
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Re: Bryn

Post by Megsmum » 26 Apr 2015, 23:04

:rofl: :rofl:
How true!
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Re: Bryn

Post by Glenys » 27 Apr 2015, 09:02

Bryn is certainly following in Jacks footprints xx

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Re: Bryn

Post by JacksDad » 30 Apr 2015, 21:42

Last week my son Neil and his family were away on holiday so I was on cat and rabbit feeding duty and as Bryn sees cats as friends he came with me, travelling up on the bus, which Bryn loves, and walking back, about 3 1/2 miles. I thought Bryn's slight touch of arthritis might bother him, but it wasn't his joints creaking but mine..................


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