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#1 Danedeer

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Posted 23 December 2017 - 03:03 PM

Jackson had found a prezzie underneath the Christmas tree,

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unwrapped it as he made his way down the corridor to the breakfast room where he has one of his beds

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and put it on his cushion... 25550306_10214261488228776_1203327117922

 

but HADN'T EAT ANY OF IT ?????????????????????????????????????????

 

Perhaps he's trying to be good after his last week's kitchen beano?

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when he eat a lorralorra mince pies

and some chocolate

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and persisted over the lot

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which we know cos that wetstuff wasn't water...

 

During his kitchen beano, he also eat a big bowlful of raw meat which should have done him a couple of feeds, but he left his next day's bones... probably too full of ghastly toxins. Maybe the large quantity of raw meat counteracted the raisins in the mince pies, and maybe he didn't eat many after8s... He seems OK, but we can't really tell if he's got kidney damage. Fingers crossed.

 

BTW, Jackson must have been feeling quite Christmassy, cos he didn't nick any of the treats which were on the worktop, all wrapped up for his little doggy&rabbit friends

 

and here is Jackson sleeping it all off

 

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Merry Christmas everybody



#2 kristal

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Posted 27 December 2017 - 10:43 AM

Ooooer, the joys of owning a Dane.



#3 Danedeer

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Posted 27 December 2017 - 10:10 PM

Ooooer, the joys of owning a Dane.

yep. The rapscallion jumped the half-door into the kitchen and then coudn't get out - which explains the piddle - he must have realised he shouldn't be in there... and he would have to lie on the cold tiles...



#4 Vee414

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Posted 12 January 2018 - 04:26 PM

This made me laugh - my first Dane is a very lively just-about 8 month old boy who decided over the Christmas holidays that his new favourite game was ripping his bed to shreds - I came into the living room at one point to discover a stuffing explosion over the floor and he was quite happily burrowing deeper into the bed to get more stuffing out even as I was trying to get it off him!



#5 kristal

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Posted 13 January 2018 - 10:39 PM

The wonderful thing about Danes ..... I can never manage to keep the stern face for long before I have to smile.