Thursday, 21 June 2018

Repeat Performance

For Ellen

64 comments:

  1. Oh John - this brought tears to my eyes - beautiful

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  2. They are very well behaved in this video.

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    1. So would I be for a meatball

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  3. Looks like Winnie almost took off your hand!

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  4. You have the Order of Precedence well established John. Lovely happy family. What a lovely treat for them. I often omit the onions from recipes I'm looking for the daily so Kiwa the dog can have some too.

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    1. They are all fed in hierarchy order and only when Named .....dogs need rules

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  5. They are all adorable!

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  6. What a polite posse of pooches. They're so well-behaved.

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    1. I am quite strict with them when I need to be

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  7. The dogs are wonderfully sweet, but I keep playing this over and over to hear your voice! It has such a deep resonance. No, I am not a stalker!

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    1. @deedles - I KNOW! a british accent ALWAYS makes me go weak in the knees (and other places)...

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    2. I thought what a lovely voice you have too John and those doggies are gorgeous x

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  8. HA! I loved that! Hope you didn't lose any fingers to Winnie.

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    1. She'd take my hand off at the wrist! Remember she ate a frog recently

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  9. I want a pack like that when I grow up!

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  10. Their behavior is quite impressive. You've done well with them.

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    1. Thank you.... I like dogs that understand the rules....dogs need rules

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  11. Traveller10:52 pm

    Albert doesn’t give a rats bottom for meatballs....he is cat!

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    1. He loves chicken and BABY RABBIT

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  12. a great movie is worth repeating, john; besides, you have so many new readers!

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  13. Such a nice bunch of well behaved dogs. Apart from the one who swallowed your hand of course :-)

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  14. Anonymous11:22 pm

    Wow! I was half expecting the Von Gray Trapp family to start singing " Meatballs, are a few of my favourite things" They are so cute!

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  15. Ha! I also like meatballs. Hold the spaghetti, please.

    Very well trained and awesome treats for the dogs.

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  16. That's a lovely family. Your dogs are gorgeous. Janx

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  17. I love how your dogs understand the rules and how they enjoy the meatballs with nice manners.

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    1. Like I said I'm strict with them

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  18. They are so polite..and George so patient,first there last to be served but he knew last was the best. Thankyou John for sharing :)

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    1. Every morning George gets a treat...I make eggs and toast and always leave him a quarter of it....after my breakfast .. he loves it

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  19. They are so polite, John. You have trained them well.

    I loved hearing your voice.

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  20. George! Such a polite wee dug waiting his turn. But Love them all. X

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  21. Ahhh ... I love this so much :)

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  22. I like how they got in a line and responded when you told each one it was their turn.

    But mostly, I now want you to narrate my life, especially now that we know my old narrator, Morgan Freeman, is probably a jerk.

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  23. I love hearing your voice.
    I watched George do the Scotty Two Step while Winnie fluffed in and cut him off. They are all so adorable. I love Sweet William such a gud old dug !
    Oh Hell I love them all.
    Thank You for this I needed to see them all today.

    cheers, parsnip

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  24. Great training, John; they are a credit to you. Do you have people saying how lucky you are to have such clever dogs? That comment used to aggravate me so much when I thought of the hours of hard work I'd put in to get my well-trained, obedient Border Collies. Grrrr!

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  25. That's hilarious! And I love your accent, John. Oh, that's right, I have the accent.

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  26. to get a dog to do anything, offer him a meatball,
    To get me to listen just use that voice :)

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  27. What a treat to see this tonight ! I stayed off the computer and look what I almost missed!
    They are all so dear..a perfect trio of characters..give Winnie a kiss for me please, such a good girl..and the boys too!!
    Now I really really want a dog.

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  28. Ooh that voice could melt chocolate! A lovely little moment; they are a credit to you.

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  29. So much more watchable than 'Hereditary' - and almost as funny!

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  30. What beautiful sweet dogs.

    And how fun to "hear" you. Something I never thought about, both as a blogger and as a visitor, we type our words and commit them to the internet and yet no one knows what we sound like. Now as I read your blog, I can "hear" you. Of course we on the other side of the pond LOVE your accent. ;-)

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  31. Debi.6:46 am

    Lovely dogs and lovely voice too!,xx

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  32. Lovely to see this again. Our dogs have never met a meatball ... but they'll do anything for a mini chipolata 😉

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  33. Good boy George waiting until the ladies had theirs x

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  34. "Get an ICU nurse to do anything offer him a scotch egg!"

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  35. You have them so well trained John. Lovely to see them waiting their turn.

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  36. They are very well behaved!
    Greetings Maria x

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  37. I love George's little shuffle, so cute...well they all are. Winnie's approach reminds me so much of our late pooch, we nicknamed her Maggie Snatcher!

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  38. What will you do for a meatball?

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  39. Very sweet. Next suggested video for me is Xingyan brickworks railway clay train. Sounds exciting .

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  40. I loved watching your video. The dogs are so well behaved! Dogs are wonderful creatures, aren't they?

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  41. What a lovely gang!

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  42. What, no meatball for Albert?

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  43. What a lovely video nice to see them all together John.

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  44. They were quite polite awaiting their name being called — I’m impressed!

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  45. George has my heart! dear of him waiting all that time.

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  46. Delightful seeing your well behaved “kiddies!”

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