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Old 13-11-2019, 03:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I read quite a while ago about a bag Chewy carriers that members highly recommended. I stated going through the 450 some threads and thought this would be easier to ask for help. I also looked and couldn't figure out how to insert a photo of Poppy by my users name or what size it needed to be.

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I read quite a while ago about a bag Chewy carriers that members highly recommended. I stated going through the 450 some threads and thought this would be easier to ask for help. I also looked and couldn't figure out how to insert a photo of Poppy by my users name or what size it needed to be.
I use nappy sacks, but I'm thinking of making the switch to the new bags that are biodegradable, just to be a bit more environmentally friendly. I'm lucky in that there's a lot of open moorland and fields where I live, where it's easier to just flick it off the path and let nature take it's course.

If you scroll down when you are posting, you'll see a 'drag and drop file upload' box. Have explorer open in a smaller window to the side, pick which photo you want to add and just drag and drop it.
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Old 13-11-2019, 05:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I also use decomposable nappy sacks. The only problem is, when you have a dog who does not go outside from one year's end to another, who suddenly gets taken short, and you go to use the bag you put in your pocket 3 years ago, only to find as you pick the poo up that the bag has started to decompose and you have a handful of poo!!!

Here you are, 4.99 for 600. That's just 83p a hundred!

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-x-300-D...QAAOSwnGJWSbvc
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Thanks Trimoor and John W for replying to my thread. Trimoor the problem with getting Poppy's Pick on the forum is we don't have her picture online. All our pictures are on my computer. You both have very beautiful Labs. Ours is Fox Red is 16 months old and is still a bucket of energy. Thanks again.
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When you write a post, underneath you will see "Drag files here to attach!" You can use that. Simply click on the photo you want to use and drag it into that area and it will attach. As you drag it you will see the border turn green.
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Old 13-11-2019, 07:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I don't know if this worked or not. This is Poppy our Fox Red
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Thanks JohnW. I tried what you said and it works. Poppy's snow is almost gone. Everyone has such beautiful Labs here. I wish Poppy would out grow the jumping up and thinking she has to lick everything and us.
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She's still a puppy. She'll grow up soon enough, then she will be growing old too soon. My Amy is now fast approaching 15 years old, and I wish she was still a puppy. Chloe my other will be 5 in January. The years are racing by.

Chloe out working last February, and again working two weeks ago.
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What was Chloe doing? Yes it is very sad when our fur kids get up there in age. We lost one a 2 years ago. How much snow do you average during you winter? We live in central and almost into MN in Wisconsin,US and our past month temps have been very cold ( 1F for a low and 17F for a high) and snow which isn't not normal. Poppy spends winters in Florida so she is really enjoyed her first time ever in her life seeing and playing in the snow. I love the big open area where Chloe was sitting. Amy & Chloe must alao have a open area where they live. That is cool. Poppy's color charges depending on the light she is in. She isn't going to grow up to be a big English lab. She weighs 57 lbs.
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Old 14-11-2019, 08:55 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Hi, I use wilko's own. Wine coloured and roll of 50, for 1. I find them very thick, especially for the price
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