Mind you, if they are always keen to be with you then that's no bad thing I reckon
Better than than hooliganning two fields away :wink:[/quote]
I do agree whole heartedly, especially after our walk to day with a youngster full of testosterone :roll: , he just wanted to wipeout or take on all males he met and deflower all the females, his grandpa who was walking him was beginning to look for a big whole to gobble him up :lol: .
I did touch on the possibility of castration but did not want to make him feel any worse than he already felt, atleast my lot were only interested in the poo piles dotted about :roll: , but I am used to that.
Here's a few photos of my boy Olympian Warrior aka Rex.
Rex came into my life on 28th July 2012 and was my best friend for almost 7 years until he was taken from me too soon on 26th June 2019. From the day he became part of my life at 8 weeks old, he was the sweetest, cheekiest boy. He has an...
Holly, our 4 month old pup, met Bramble my brother's Springer Spaniel this afternoon.
Holly always gets over-excited when she meets other Dogs, you can imagine what she was like today. :) She's exhausted now.