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25 Nov 2019, 3:59 pm

My dog. She does not eat much. She cleans up and poos in a bag. She even ties it and puts it in the bin. She is lovely. She is imaginary though... A lovely dog.


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25 Nov 2019, 4:03 pm

Mountain Goat wrote:
My dog. She does not eat much. She cleans up and poos in a bag. She even ties it and puts it in the bin. She is lovely. She is imaginary though... A lovely dog.


That's much less disgusting than the way my dog "cleans up" (he eats it :eew: ).


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25 Nov 2019, 4:04 pm

dragonsanddemons wrote:
Mountain Goat wrote:
My dog. She does not eat much. She cleans up and poos in a bag. She even ties it and puts it in the bin. She is lovely. She is imaginary though... A lovely dog.


That's much less disgusting than the way my dog "cleans up" (he eats it :eew: ).

Most dogs do. Had lots of dogs in the past. One saved my life when I was a baby.


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25 Nov 2019, 4:17 pm

Mountain Goat wrote:
dragonsanddemons wrote:
Mountain Goat wrote:
My dog. She does not eat much. She cleans up and poos in a bag. She even ties it and puts it in the bin. She is lovely. She is imaginary though... A lovely dog.


That's much less disgusting than the way my dog "cleans up" (he eats it :eew: ).

Most dogs do. Had lots of dogs in the past. One saved my life when I was a baby.


Yeah, I know it isn't uncommon. This is my first dog, I've only had cats and small animals before.


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When you try to assume, it makes an a** out of u and me.

I have increasing memory issues, and a tendency to forget that I forget everything. Please don't take it personally if I forget something, it probably says absolutely nothing about how important the thing is/isn’t to me.


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25 Nov 2019, 4:20 pm

Dogs are like hoovers!


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26 Dec 2019, 7:52 pm

The nickname for the dog of my household is "Bean."


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11 Jan 2020, 7:33 am

My dog that I used to have would sleep in the laundry basket.


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11 Jan 2020, 11:11 am

I call it "putting on his pyjamas", when I remove his collar for the night.



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11 Jan 2020, 1:24 pm

My dog likes to prance and frolic in the snow - he won't mind the snowstorm we're presently getting.


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When you try to assume, it makes an a** out of u and me.

I have increasing memory issues, and a tendency to forget that I forget everything. Please don't take it personally if I forget something, it probably says absolutely nothing about how important the thing is/isn’t to me.


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30 Jan 2020, 5:21 pm

My dog gets jealous when I give attention to my cat, every time he sees me do it he comes over looking for attention (and sometimes chases the cat away). Fortunately there is a room in the house that is the cat's room, the dog knows he doesn't belong in there, so I can give the cat some love in there.


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When you try to assume, it makes an a** out of u and me.

I have increasing memory issues, and a tendency to forget that I forget everything. Please don't take it personally if I forget something, it probably says absolutely nothing about how important the thing is/isn’t to me.


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08 Mar 2020, 9:32 pm

My dog tries to stop our cat from scratching the furniture. When he hears him scratching he runs over and tries to push the cat's paws down.


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When you try to assume, it makes an a** out of u and me.

I have increasing memory issues, and a tendency to forget that I forget everything. Please don't take it personally if I forget something, it probably says absolutely nothing about how important the thing is/isn’t to me.


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09 Mar 2020, 9:35 am

I have had five dogs in my life and my cat, Samantha, knew all of them throughout the 20 years of her life.



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09 Mar 2020, 10:25 am

I've been separated from my dog since 9am today. It's now 3:25pm, and I won't see her again until around 4pm. I think that's the longest time we've ever been apart. She's had surgery on a lump on her tail, which I've been told has gone very well. I've been washing all the bedding from her two sofas and a bed while she's away, and the amount of dirt and hair I've found is incredible :D.



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09 Mar 2020, 2:06 pm

The norm for my preferred breed of dog is two parts bonkers, one part dog and one part three year old child. My current one is a red and white which means he's three parts bonkers, one part dog and one part three year old child on a sugar high.

Right now he's getting in the way of typing this because he wants attention which means a whole lot of nudging and sniffing my ears. Any minute now he'll see his reflection in the window, bark and run off outside to find where the other dog is!


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10 Mar 2020, 9:02 pm

MY dog is very little, cute, affectionate, and means so very much to me :heart:


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10 Mar 2020, 10:10 pm

My dog on occasion makes sucking noises in his sleep. He also snores sometimes, but quietly enough that I just find it cute, not annoying or anything. When he's really deeply asleep, his paws and the area around his nose will start twitching, and he's even been known to wag his tail in his sleep - there have been times when he's napping and I suddenly hear the thump-thump-thump of his tail hitting the ground.


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Yet in my new wildness and freedom I almost welcome the bitterness of alienage. For although nepenthe has calmed me, I know always that I am an outsider; a stranger in this century and among those who are still men.
-H. P. Lovecraft, "The Outsider"

When you try to assume, it makes an a** out of u and me.

I have increasing memory issues, and a tendency to forget that I forget everything. Please don't take it personally if I forget something, it probably says absolutely nothing about how important the thing is/isn’t to me.