NRAS
22,083 members • 25,693 posts

For loppyloo12

For loppyloo12

Hey - for some reason this is the only way my brain could fathom out how to attach a pic this morning 😜 this was Minnie on sat,pleased as punch with herself because she’s finally managed to fit an Evian bottle in her mouth for the first time - she literally goes crazy at me every time that I crush one to put in the recycling,but can’t normally get hold of them,so she was very pleased with herself over this 😂 she’s 15 months old,and we’ve had a bit of a nightmare with her fringe due to a bad groomer when she was a pup..... plus,she was absolutely pure white until she came into season for the first time and then her tear stains just appeared overnight 😞 luckily,since I had her spayed in December the white hair is growing back,slowly,but surely. She’s only 2.6kg,so smaller than both of her parents,but a healthy weight and shape according to the vets - I had to double check as my mum kept on insisting she was underweight..... she looked after her for 4 days last year while I was in hospital and when she came back she was much rounder.... my mum had given her a25% increase on every meal because she thought she was too small..... mothers..... can’t live with them,can’t murder them😝 anyhow,she’s meant to be a little princess dog,all groomed to perfection,like any of her litter mates,yet as soon as I put her hair up she pulls it out again,unless it’s just a plain band,and then I’ll have a chance of her being able to see for the day 😈 she also has absolutely everyone under her spell..... they adore her,including my parents three dogs(a 35kg lab,a springer spaniel and a shipoo) and I’m blessed in that the breeder was fantastic in raising her - she has no fear at all and has always been so well socialised that nothing has ever fazed her - I can’t believe how you came by your dog.... just shows how unscrupulous some ‘breeders’ can be?!😤 it’s always good to post pics of pets as it always puts a smile on peoples faces,and I know that I always enjoy seeing other people’s animals - they are our own little angels with their unique ways of getting us through the hard times whenever they arise x

8 Replies
oldest • newest

She is so cute. I agree they always put a smile on your face. My little Ziggi is the same he is so friendly and we can’t get anywhere quickly as people are always saying hello to him. He is pure white and really Little too. I posted a picture of him a few weeks ago. Have a lovely day. Love and hugs 🤗🤗🌹🌹xx

4 likes
Reply

Thank you - hope you have a great day too x

2 likes
Reply

Gorgeous!

2 likes
Reply

Gorgeous. I agree about pets putting a smile on people’s faces. I have two dogs, Alfie and Freddie. If I walk them around the time School comes out it takes twice as long as at other times.,

3 likes
Reply

Totally agree - and the fact I love most is that they force us to get up and moving when we really don’t feel like it because there’s no way in the world we’d upset their daily routine,or not feed them!! As much as I have my down days(same as everyone else I suppose) my little furbabies will always ensure that at some point that day I’ll end up belly laughing at them.... even if it’s not intended on their part?! 😂🤣 And there are no drugs in the world that could match that feeling 😊

Reply

Freddie is four months old, and he discovered he can roll over this morning - and that is what he’s doing - continually!

1 like
Reply

Haha - I love it when they realise they can do something for the first time...... I literally just sit crying with laughter watching them at times🤣 I remember my mum’s lab,brandy,always used to do roly poly’s down the hill by us when she was out on her walk.... she started doing it just after we got her at 4 months,and still does it now..... quite a sight to watch a 35kg dog forward rolling down a grass hill 😂 she loves it,and I absolutely adore watching her. My maltese has finally discovered that she can get halfway up my stairs now..... she can’t get down though,so just lies there waiting for me to carry her back down.... even if it’s only two steps up she’ll just lie there whimpering as if she’d been beaten by the noises she sometimes makes...... and she still hasn’t figured out that she can walk under my bed either..... she’ll stick her head under and watch the cats(3 times her size) playing under there or walking through to the other side,but she hasn’t figured out thatshe could do the same ..... suits me fine,as it just means one more area that I haven’t got to worry about little teeth nipping at 😝

Reply

I dont have a dog but love seeing and reading about other peoples. Thank you

1 like
Reply

You may also like...