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Excellent work Bob that is one good looking hound.
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Thanks Don. I've never had one but it's a family tradition.

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Precious!

First-rate work, as usual.

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Thank you Rita. As usual, I only show the good ones.

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AAAwwwww Bob he is just so cute. What a gorgeous hound and such a doleful expression in his contemplation. Love him.
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Thanks Vivienne.

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Excellent work Bob! Love his expression which you are very good at BTY.  He looks sort of dreamy lol  Dogs are so wonderful but far more work than a cat. I like your mat too and it reminds me of many years ago when a circular pattern like that was common.   Rob [smile]
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Thanks Rob. The mat was from memories of a rug at my grandmother's. I have to disagree on the cat/dog comparison. My dog, aside from being somewhat psychotic, is no problem. My cats drive me crazy.

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I can imagine re cat Bob. I share a cat with son, and she is something else. But dogs need walkies and bathing etc and I'm not willing. [biggrin] Rob
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Rob, you need a goldfish. No baths, no walking. Actually not much of anything.

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True Bob, and when daughter was 10 we had one. Just sprinkle a tiny bit of food in daily and sometimes even daily is not needed. I was sad for critters caged up though so we never got another when that one went.  I was looking after neighbours fish in a smallish but deep outdoor pool, and I knew nothing about them really. A larger one kept gobbling up all the food as I tried to give some to the small ones, so I put more in. The next day he was floating on top of the pool, quite dead. The little ones were fine because they didn't overeat,. lol I learnt something from that.   A friend had quite  few goldfish, larger ones, (did you know that they only grow as large as the pool allows them to, unless they are put in there very large already), and she was quick to lecture me when I said they were all the same. She said they were all very individual and had different personalities and habits. I could see then that they did. It sure is an interesting world in the animal kingdom. [smile] Rob
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