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    I must try and get some shadow photo's, I keep forgetting about those.

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    Morning all. Thanks Ellie for updating everyone. Got to hospital to find mum had made an amazing recovery!!! Out of bed sat in chair looking not too bad!!!!! Tongue was as sharp greeted with 'What you doing here' Doc is hopeful that she can still go home Sunday as planned. Fingers crossed we get her home. All she kept asking whilst I was there yesterday was 'When am I going home'


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    Morning all.
    Lovely looking brownies Ellie! Shame you decided not to share them.
    I went out for dinner last night too..I had a curry with DH. We usually always try to go out to dinner when his work tour ends as we are ships that pass in the night while he’s on duty for his four work days. It’s good to catch up. I said I’ll cook a steak dinner for Valentine’s Day later in the week. I haven’t tried Miller and Carter yet.
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    Posted at the same time Sandra. See she is as sharp as ever
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    Glad mum is OK Sandra, and glad she was pleased to see you

    Susie, their onion loaf is good, I don’t normally like onion rings but that was tasty, quite high in calories I should think though ! We’ve got a late lunch/early dinner booked in London this afternoon before heading off to the BBC for a radio recording, it’s a steak restaurant but it also does good fish, so think that’s what I’m going with today, had too much beef recently - why does everything always come at once !

    That’s a lovely fiery sky Mary, and clever getting the fence in too.

    Have a nice day everyone x
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    Sandra, so glad to hear your mum is on the mend, tough old bunch aren't they!

    If you like meat you'll love Miller and Carter Elaine, don't forget the beef dripping sauce.

    Alison, I thought the onion loaf would mean a night of IBS but it didn't affect me at all. I'm sure it is all very high in calories but it isn't something we do often so we won't worry about that one.

    Poor hubby has just come back from a walk and our young boy has been attacked again by the same dog as last time. With all his coat we can't tell if he's actually bitten him, last time it was evening and he started licking the top inside of his leg and when we checked we found a puncture wound. I can't find anything but if he starts licking later we'll know. The last bite took two lots of antibiotics before it healed. The sad thing is, it was after this that he wouldn't walk with hubby and for the last two days he's suddenly gone for his full walk after 3 years. He'll walk the full route if I am with him or if we are both with him but not with hubby on his own. Mind you, I don't think we'll be able to go near this house again because you never know when something like this is going to happen.

    On one occasion we were out and her husband was walking the dog and it went literally insane and he had to pin it against the church wall. She say it is only our dog he reacts to in this way, but I find that hard to believe. When we've walked by and the dog is behind a fence and it can't see who is passing it goes berserk. Sad to say, it should be put down especially as they have children in the house but the first time it happened she said it was protecting the children, hubby and dog were about 15-20 feet passed the house when it came tearing down the road, same as today and no children about so not sure what the excuse is this time.

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    Susie that is awful, it needs to be reported to the RSPCA/police, their dog sounds really dangerous.

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    Well, that was funny, I couldn't find a way to reply and then realised I'd just cleared my history/cookies and cache and had to log in again.

    I know you're right Sheila but I already feel responsible for one lady having her dog put down but the RSPCA insisted it was dangerous. That was the one of two they owned both tried to bite me. Then they ran up and down between the gates trying to find a way in to get to me again. Fortunately, it only ripped my trousers but it was very scary as with this one they make no sound when they are going to attack. Mind you, I am not completely responsible, quite a few people reported this dog and we did report it to the owner twice as well as the police so they had their chance to keep it under control, but sadly they often let it escape. It was a PAT dog too so going to care homes, scary thought.

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    Thatís not on Susie. Itís done it twice now.if she says that itís only your dog it attacks,
    then itís still not right. It should have a muzzle on in that case!!
    What kind of dog is it?

    I will have to try Miller and Carter, it does sound good.
    We have been to Blue Diamond garden centre . Had a bit of lunch, then
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    It's a Collie, it maybe a cross but definitely a Collie. Funnily enough, the dog that was put to sleep was a Collie and a lady in the next street had a beautiful Collie dog and one day it launched itself at her face, right out of the blue, she managed to put her arm up and it took a chunk out of her arm, that had to be put to sleep. Trouble is, Collie's are beautiful intelligent dogs but they need a lot of exercise, they are still very much a working dog. OES are a herding dog and the instinct is still very much there but they can be quite lazy so they adapt to your lifestyle very well. In my case, you'd think they both had M.E. they love their kip, but they can run like the wind, you just have to get them moving first. So big and messy but they suit us.

    I think the problem is people tend to get dogs without doing their homework. I know our rescue get OES in and the owners have blamed the dog for growing too big or being to fluffy or just being too full of fun. This breed never grow up mentally and if you can't stand them bumping into things or being 'very bouncy' especially up to about 8 years old then don't get one would be my advice. I remember we stopped to see a chap who had a sheepdog puppy, it was about 6 months and he asked us when it would slow down and we laughed and told him if he can make it through the next 6 or 7 years then it may slow down. Give him his due, he still had that dog when it was about 11 years old so he survived.

    The sad thing is, it probably isn't the dog's fault, it's the owners.

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    It invariably is Susie. They see a cute puppy dog, and they want one !! They don’t
    think it will grow up, that it needs feeding, walking and taking care of!!
    Then if it does something wrong, it’s anybody’s fault ,but their own !!!
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    How true Ellie and that's why there are so many dogs in rescues.

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