Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by oldman, Jul 19, 2018.
All grown up now... Bushiest eyebrows we've ever seen on a Cocker. Time for a trim.
Eyebrow trim and ready to break hearts.....
Awwww - thanks for that
Just a final followup before Christmas. This is Ginevra Weasley (aka Ginny), the little deaf girl that was instrumental in corrupting the Swagman thread and prompting the creation of this co-pilots' thread by @oldman - All grown up as well... And, again, another trim in the 'offing. Always eager to ride in the 'Velle.
....and showing a little doggy smile that only a contented dog can offer....
Beautiful....the BEST Christmas decorations !!
Not a kombi but of equal merit, my helper from 25 years ago, she used to love picking a bits and then dropping them onto me while under the car,a great help, but she was a treasure and sorely missed.
Seems to me you are enjoying the attention to Wattie. LOL
Your hair's got darker since then Geoff!
Darker ? is it darker at the back, the part I cant see.
Just an oil stain from the notch!
This is Muppet - usually a neurotic wreck when there's anything new to deal with, but seems to have found his favourite spot in the van already.
Ok - I didn’t drive to the brewery so he’s not a co-pilot.
But I reckon it’s a cool pic.
Still reckon Stan has Tourette’s
He behaves beautifully and the has a barking fit.
Then he sort of shakes his head and goes “sh!t - sorry, sorry, did I say that” and he is back to his beautiful self.
Luckily the manager is my neighbor
I've been through similar with rescues. In the early days one even had a go at me then apologised (and we ended up being the best of friends). I have to say he certainly looks like he is doing well. Great work!
Fen is my first rescue but brings a handful of problems due to his past. Just nice to see Kombi folk doing rescue & Kombi patience with these dogs. Fen now has 9 commands 'down pat' if you've got bacon or ham in the training hand. No ham/bacon, it's just 4 commands. I made friends with him on day one with ham. Go figure.
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