Introducing Poppy

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Introducing Poppy

Post by JacksDad » 30 Sep 2018, 13:28

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It's just two weeks since Poppy arrived and she's settled in really well and is enjoying her new life. Thanks to everyone who made it possible. And yes, I wasn't going to have another doggie but life just wouldn't be the same, would it ?

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Laughing at me is Duke, another MKF Marvel who stays with us while his Mum's at work.

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Re: Introducing Poppy

Post by JoanG » 30 Sep 2018, 18:09

Poppy looks like a very happy beautiful girl who seems very much at home on your lap :rofl: . I'm pleased she's settled in so quickly and Duke looks equally happy that she's come to live with you. I hope you have a very long and happy life together :1951:
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Re: Introducing Poppy

Post by jackie » 04 Oct 2018, 19:25

Aw that is a lovely update.....she is gorgeous enjoy!

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Post by Glenys » 05 Oct 2018, 11:28

Ive been waiting for this update Andrew you now have your new Pal and after all the dogs you had over the years from us I wasn't letting you off the hook xxx

Good girl Poppy and Duke

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Post by Patmar » 06 Oct 2018, 15:06

Andrew she is beautiful- enjoy a wonderful life with her :bravo:

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Post by JacksDad » 07 Oct 2018, 13:59

Glenys wrote:Ive been waiting for this update Andrew you now have your new Pal and after all the dogs you had over the years from us I wasn't letting you off the hook xxx

Good girl Poppy and Duke

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I think you did a good job in snaring me but Poppy really is a Treasure.

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Did you think this was your chair Dad ?

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Post by 12_paws » 12 Oct 2018, 09:24

Lovely to hear that you have a new companion Andrew, and to see the pictures........Poppy has clearly made herself very much at home, hope you have a matching chair because it looks like the cheeky miss has claimed yours! :1968:
I'm sure that Poppy too will enjoy the beautiful walks and dips in brooks and pools that I remember seeing your previous beloved lads and ladies enjoy,
Congratulations!
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Post by Diesel Kate » 13 Oct 2018, 08:58

Andrew Poppy is beautiful. :1972:

A home is not a home without dog hairs and "help" in the kitchen. I also had said I was not going to have another dog after having lost Balee and Megan in 1 year, I was soon wavering and one phone call from Glenys and Toby came bounding in. :rofl:
Kath, Toby (Balee and Megan - Never out of my thoughts :love2: )

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Re: Introducing Poppy

Post by TomHadson » 06 Dec 2018, 14:10

I think they (dog) teach us. They set many examples of friendship and loyalty.

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