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Must say good blanket action however, can’t have a animal cold.
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if that's a dble entendre, never make assumptions :p
Sox... the beach exhausted her, as did a visit to my mates and his mother’s earlier...
 

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if that's a dble entendre, never make assumptions :p
Don’t understand lol.. give me a break, i box time to time mate, the old brain isn’t what it once was ha!..
 

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Was at a mates earlier.
my good mate ‘matty’s’

was his best man, drank fine scotch with his bearded dragon....

also played some poker... was a great night.
not a deposit In site, that said the scotch was overly good and the hangover tomorrow will be terrible lol
 

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so, while the mom has moved on, I've had a pr of twin coon kids coming round this last month; adorable little shits, been watching them grow
though now, theyre here every night raiding the cat feeder



always the same
open the door
One a hissy, spitty, grunty little shit
Other all..meh....people but free food, so I sit and chill on the deck with him and chuck him cat cookies, fridge meat w/e

So, one I have to throw food out in the yard so it can eat cuz it's very wary
The other, passed him a frozen weiner tonight, and hes all, thanks dude

Cute buggers,
Yes, yes, dont feed wildlife, though I know they live behind the house.
And being suburbia? Theyve a lifespan of one year (mostly cars) so, hey, here, theyve food and a safe haven :) I mean, food's out regardless for cats
 

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Visited a mate earlier, tad of bbq and a scotch.

also daisy dog, superb beast.
he walked her back to mine tonight to get her walk in.

Compared to sox she’s a skinny little thing and weird to handle her lol, but a great loving nature.

mate runs miles with her, Great little dog.
 

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Offered sox a late night walk, as expected the reaction wasn’t met with such excitement..

It’s humid here, got the fan back out and seems to chill her out a bit.

She’s 9 now, i don’t want to know but in a way I do, how long do staffy dogs live usually?.. depressing I know, but she’s getting grey hairs like her dad (Mine on my stubble as bald elsewhere lol)
 

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Offered sox a late night walk, as expected the reaction wasn’t met with such excitement..

It’s humid here, got the fan back out and seems to chill her out a bit.

She’s 9 now, i don’t want to know but in a way I do, how long do staffy dogs live usually?.. depressing I know, but she’s getting grey hairs like her dad (Mine on my stubble as bald elsewhere lol)
rule of thumb, the larger the breed, the less time with us; she seems a medium to large dog; id wager youve still a few yrs left with her :)
 

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rule of thumb, the larger the breed, the less time with us; she seems a medium to large dog; id wager youve still a few yrs left with her :)
Yeah hope so. I’d be lost without a sox.
Never realised before her how anyone got so attached to animals, she was my first proper pet.
better than I thought. I was told 9/12 years. Never googled it tho.

15 years is fine, so I’ll believe it’s going to be 15 years, also told sox now haha
 

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my old girl - old as in muzzle, still fit and spry - might get a few good years out of her yet, I think shes nine.
Thankfully, the breed is nearly top of the list in regards to health (they just....eventually die rather than dog related illnesses) - i think shes 9

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the fat bastard is 8 or 9, and hes pretty overweight, has gimpy paws, and theyre prone to fucktons of health issues, so that's a card toss

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I actually just found a golfball sized lump in his belly a couple days back - it could be written off as easily benign, him being fat (it's common)

my friends' dog having been put down yesterday from cancer, now juggling whether to spend the 500+ on a vet trip or 'wait and see'
 

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