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7 minutes ago, thibaultron said:

The really bad part, is when two try to get on my lap at the same time!

And the itch that comes with it after they have been clawing to stay there.🙂

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On 23 October 2019 at 9:51 AM, BLACK VIKING said:

This is my second mate . He is 10 years old and is very loyal can't go anywhere without him following lol

Martyn

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I have just said goodbye to my little friend as I have had to have him put to sleep because of liver cancer 

RIP mate and may you chase balls for ever

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Martyn, I am so sorry to hear about the loss. They are so loyal, fun and a friend you can tell secrets to with the knowledge it will stay with them.

My Murphy shares a lot of similarities with yours.

Murphy is cairn terrier/basset mix.imageproxy.php?img=&key=4f3b55ae31fcd018

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Martyn, sorry for your loss. I too had to put my helper, Sunny, to sleep two weeks ago after 14 years of standing watch with me.  She and yours will be greatly missed 

 

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6 hours ago, Nirvana said:

Martyn, I am so sorry to hear about the loss. They are so loyal, fun and a friend you can tell secrets to with the knowledge it will stay with them.

My Murphy shares a lot of similarities with yours.

Murphy is cairn terrier/basset mix.imageproxy.php?img=&key=4f3b55ae31fcd018

Murphy the Squirrel Spotter.jpg

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Thank you so much for the kind words. They do look similar. Scamp was a Cairn Terrier/ Norfolk mix . Thanks again 

Martyn

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    I guess it may be time for you to think of picking up a new assistant.  While we may miss the one we lost, there are many more out there looking to fill the hole in our heart.  Perhaps, this fellow here could help, after all..........

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Thank you all for the nice comments guys. I don't think I can have another one at the moment Dave as he was one in a million and I think I would compère the new one to him which would be unfair to both of them. Thanks again it's really helped. 

Martyn

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I think there was a change yard masters.

Last couple of days (nights) Lilly started to be around making sure the yard is cleared. Fortunately she prefers the floor level, unless I am doomed for her lovings, that's when nothing's getting done. 

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