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The gang's all here 
25th-Jul-2008 03:47 pm
Terrier's day off
I have some new photos to share, to show how well Ronnie has settled and what a fantastic little dog he's proving to be. I'll post a few here and then a link to the folder on my Flickr account.

Firstly, I took the younger daughter (S) of the neighbour, and their Chihuahua, Bobby, to meet the gang on the Common. Bobby's getting better but there's a long way to go yet. Hopefully, the school holidays will mean that Bobby can join us most days and S will gain more confidence with his training.

Bobby is at full stretch on the expanding lead, despite the fact that there's treats on offer. Ronnie does a perfect recall and sit for S and receives his share.
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Ronnie meets a new, timid, ladyfriend and invites her to play so politely.
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Is the gang all here?
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Ronnie seeks out new worlds.
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Walking on the Common with The Gang on Flickr. I hope they show what a delight Ronnie is. He's keeping me company and entertained while MWNN continues the battle against rust on the boat.

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25th-Jul-2008 03:21 pm (UTC)
I should think you've your hands full already, especially with Weeble being so sick at the moment. Is she responding well to the change of medicine?

Glad you enjoy my Ronnie tales.
25th-Jul-2008 04:13 pm (UTC)
I didn't realize how small he is! He is soooo cute (and polite)!
25th-Jul-2008 05:23 pm (UTC)
He's really tiny. Just 10" to the shoulder - a small Jack Russel and so well behaved.
25th-Jul-2008 05:38 pm (UTC)
What a nice bunch of doggies.
26th-Jul-2008 02:11 pm (UTC)
They are remarkably well behaved. But then their owners are fairly sensible and responsible dog people.
26th-Jul-2008 03:10 am (UTC)
Oh, PAT, he's precious.

I want to snuggle him so much!
26th-Jul-2008 02:10 pm (UTC)
Aw, thank you. Ron sends nose kisses.
26th-Jul-2008 09:25 am (UTC)
I think Ronnie is quickly, and quite rightly, developing his own fanclub!

26th-Jul-2008 02:09 pm (UTC)
The pictures give that impression, don't they? But, actually, after the initial 'meet 'n' greet', the dogs tend to ignore one another, unless there's a stick or ball introduced.
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