Friday, 24 January 2014

Number 9 on the list

Oh , I forgot to add......
By the state of the carpet,
I now suspect that
Winnie is coming into season
Hey bleeding ho
I'm off to Marks & Spencers to buy an emergency scotch egg

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  1. going to be messy...

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  2. ...suggest big pants ?

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    1. I have them on already!

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  3. Not related to this post, but I thought you may be interested in the following re: washing eggs...a previous post of yours. http://io9.com/americans-why-do-you-keep-refrigerating-your-eggs-1465309529

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    1. Thanks chania.....interesting

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  4. omg...we could be seeing baby winnies???

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  5. hydrogen peroxide will take the stain right out!

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    1. I've already booked a carpet cleaner

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  6. We could all write a list like that today John with this awful weather. I hereby command that you sit down and write a plus list to counteract this woeful lot.
    As for Winnie, I agree with Jaz - a boxful of baby Winnies would be adorable and bulldogs fetch a lot of money (to good homes of course)
    - enough to find you a dozen hair groomers for Welsh terriers (who are adorable by the way and often don't get a look in on your blog now that that Winifred has come along.)

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    1. Winnie s had her two litters already
      That's why she was rehomed

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  7. Life just doesn't stop...

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  8. It never rains but it pours! x

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  9. When Lulu was in season I solved the problem by cutting a strategically placed hole in a pair of Nick's old M&S pants for her tail so she could wear them with a panty liner. She didn't seem to mind and it was better than me having to follow her around with a damp sponge in my hand.
    You can of course buy a similar set of kit from Pets At Home at huge expense.

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    1. Have you photos?

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    2. Actually, yes......!

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    3. I got them
      Hilarious

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  10. What are you going to do with a scotch egg that will keep the dog from coming into heat?

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    1. OHMIGOD I just spit out my toast!!!!

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    2. Push one up her fanny of course!

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    3. John, I have just laughed so hard I think a bit of wee happened! Seriously, I think you could call that Scotchguard.
      You must write a book or something, you are a very funny guy. X

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    4. Cannot stop laughing .......

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  11. I just finished sending an email to a friend moaning about feeling like I'm living out a scene of groundhog day. I get up, eat my oatmeal, go out and pick up poo (horse, dog, and barncat), tidy the house, cook dinner, and get up the next morning and do it all over again. Then I read your blog - yes vomited mouse and dog in season trumps my moan. I spat out some oatmeal on my laptop screen when I read the mouse bit. Again thanks for laugh and cheering me up. A scotch egg should do the trick.

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    1. You forgot to add clean floor of muddy footprints
      Again
      And
      Again
      And
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  12. Go and open a bottle of wine..

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  13. I recommend kiddy pants for Winnie. When Kimi our Yorkie had his nuts off and wouldn't leave the stitches alone I bought a 6 pack from a well known supermarket for a few quid, cut a hole for his tail and volia! Problem solved. He's never forgiven me of course

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    1. And yes I have photographic proof which is why he fell out with me

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  14. A trip to the vet is in order I'd say......save those carpets!

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  15. My pup had " the chop" yesterday, and is very sadly walking about with a " lampshade "on his head to stop him chewing and licking the sore bits. Op for Winnie?

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    1. I won't bother.............I am a master of dealing with hormonal bitches

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  16. Chin up fella - soon be Spring . Come to Sheffield, we'll cheer you up xxxx

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    1. I am overdue a visit di x

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  17. Please have her spayed. We have so many homeless dogs in the world.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. As if I would let her get preggers

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  18. I had my Ginger spayed right after she started heat for the first time. So glad I did.....not only is there no mess to clean, but I didn't like the way she moped around when she was bleeding.

    Are your males neutered? If not I bet they're an annoyance right now!

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  19. Spay her. It will be better for her and you too.

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  20. You gotta do what you gotta do.

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