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MartinB's Journal

MartinB's Journal

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Pup

08 January 2011 10:44:01
Pup

Pup

Tired last night and ready for bed I remembered to take pup out for his walk, alas the snow was several inches deep along the road and pup became frosted up with compacted snow. It took half a laborious hour to defrost him with the hair dryer. the sun is out today, I hope that it melts the wretched stuff as I hoped to do a lot of gardening.


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Myrtle Myrtle 08 January 2011 10:47:21

Poor Pup!


fran m fran m 08 January 2011 10:47:31

Poor guy, am sure he slept well after that.


J.D. J.D. 08 January 2011 10:52:39

He looks like a little woolly lamb.

I suppose you could nearly say that after using the hairdryer on him, you turned him into a 'hot-dog'.  :)


Lìga Lìga 08 January 2011 11:00:29

Jacinta right,like little lamb:))Poor pup,so much happen in so short time...:)


kindredspirit kindredspirit 08 January 2011 11:59:38

You should have popped him into the tumble dryer on low heat.

(Never put a dog into the dryer on high heat. It makes their hair all frizzy!)


J.D. J.D. 08 January 2011 12:00:54

And don't attempt to put him into the microwave, or he'll go 'woof'.


Cloncaw Cloncaw 08 January 2011 14:02:23

Needs some little wellies.


Clara Clara 08 January 2011 22:11:38

Ah poor Pup!


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