My new dog

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crocit
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Re: My new dog

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Kelly Smith? more like Emanuele Eboue :lol:

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Post by Red Gunner »

Have you any puking or sex videos of him yet? :shock: :oops: :lol: :wink: :-P

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Post by MizzNaughty »

cute dog wayno! :D

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IbleedRED&WHITE wrote:phew for a minute then i thought the little blighter was the one in the avatar!
so did i :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Charlie! Charlie! »

Ah, all those lovely walks to the pub for it to look forward to! :lol:


Beware when Mrs. Wayno takes him out as they tend to remember where they go and grass you up!! :banghead:

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Post by mrgnu1958 »

is he house trained yet?

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Post by Charlie! Charlie! »

mrgnu1958 wrote:is he house trained yet?

wayno? nearly! :lol:

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Post by Wayno »

I'm looking forwards to 'Dogging', apparently it's all the rage :wink:

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Post by SPUDMASHER »

Ask Gus about that, he's an expert (allegedly). Apparantly it is how he first met Rebel. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by lisa_gooner »

Funny- I just got a new collie pup on Saturday to go with our older dog!

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I have been trying to wing it for her to be called Gunner or Gooner. It's a small world.

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Post by SPUDMASHER »

Crackin doggy suit there. I've got a santa one for my cat but I've not seen Arsenal ones before.

PS. Your lounge looks a bit posh :lol:

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lisa_gooner wrote:Funny- I just got a new collie pup on Saturday to go with our older dog!

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I have been trying to wing it for her to be called Gunner or Gooner. It's a small world.
i tried that with my jack russell but it doesnt work the same

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lisa_gooner wrote:Funny- I just got a new collie pup on Saturday to go with our older dog!

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I have been trying to wing it for her to be called Gunner or Gooner. It's a small world.
Lisa you should borrow Waynos broom :lol:

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Post by lisa_gooner »

1) Posh lounge: That was my old house in rural Holland. For the same rent you'd get a cardboard box under Waterloo Bridge. Nice house but f*ck all to do!

2) Arsenal shirt was bought in Prague for 5 euros - a knock-off Henry print but very nice for the dog!

:barscarf:

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Post by Rob »

lisa_gooner wrote:Funny- I just got a new collie pup on Saturday to go with our older dog!

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I have been trying to wing it for her to be called Gunner or Gooner. It's a small world.

Nice bit of kitting out there Lisa :barscarf:

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