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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Sad to hear, LT. Like losing one of the family.

    Yep Hal.

    I spent hours after she passed thinking about all the great memories we had with Bonnie.

    To be honest I was quite relieved she passed as she was spending more time at the vet then at home of late in pain as they found she had cancer of the upper palate that had travelled into her nose.

    Over 16 years for a pug is quite remarkable.

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    The cobra was in the house?
    No mate on the driveway outside.

    And thanks to all those that sent their condolences.

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    16 years is a good innings LT.

    Still it must be like losing a family member after all that time.
    Sorry for your loss.

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    Cheers mate.

    What was really noticeable was the mood of the other 3 dogs was sombre after Bonnie passed even though they were in the backyard and Bonnie was upstairs. No doubt the other dogs had sensed something was wrong.

    Anyway she is now resting on our other piece of land under a nice bed of flowers that the missus planted for her.

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    Sorry to hear that LT. Hope you're all good.


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    it must be like losing a family member after all that time.
    deleted. Insensitive..
    sorry
    Last edited by Reg Dingle; 26-09-2022 at 12:10 AM.

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    ^

    Missed that.

    He's getting on a bit, 8 years old now.
    I remember when we first brought him home and the ex said in typical Thai abrasive fashion " he go or I go!"

    The dog won!

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    I had a break in the rain for a few hours so I snuck in a pool vacuum. My dogs supervised.

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    Great pic!

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    ^ Soft Northerners...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    ^ Soft Northerners...
    Ahem.

    Amanda, from Bristol, said: "I was having my afternoon nap with Belle, like I always do, when I suddenly felt something squirt in my mouth. I rushed to the bathroom and my son was in the shower, so before I washed it out I had time to take a quick snap!

    Your manor!

    Why the fuck would she take a photo?!??!??! Is there some kind of dog shit fetish website you lot have got going?

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    ^ Why ever was she in the Manchester Evening News then? She must have moved up north.


    I once had a pet dog pee on my head while I was asleep and I went to school the next morning. Didn't even wash my hair.

    I still remember that day. My hair was wet and greasy all day and I couldn't work out why... until I went to bed that evening and discovered the soaking wet pillow. Then it all fell into place!

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    ^ Whilst reading that I spat my coffee out and now I have a wet crutch.

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    Did you hurt your leg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendip View Post
    Soft Northerners.
    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Ahem




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    Today will be my third day out on the flood water feeding street dogs. Fed over 30 dogs yesterday. Today I'll take my camera, if we get the rain that they're predicting, it will be the last time I see many of them.

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    May not be able to get out again. The river came up another 6" overnight and the way the rain is coming down right now, the amount of run off will be huge. The seven pups I pictured earlier will probably get washed away today. Mother nature thinning the population, only the strongest will survive.

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    Gf is looking at her phone of course, she tells me a story on the news about a falang abandoning his dogs. Fucking hypocrites, how many Thai abandon dogs but it doesn't make the news.

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    This kayak has been sitting in the show room window, of a sporting goods store, for at least 10 years that I know. When I asked about it 10 years ago they told me 60,000 baht, I said nothing just walked out. Today the price was 15,000 baht. The gf told them we know its been sitting here for ten years not making you any money, we'll give you 12,000. Its mine. Tomorrow it hits the water looking for survivors. its 11 feet fiberglass made by Adirek in Thailand.

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    Whoops forgot the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    Whoops forgot the pic.
    Good price, should outlive you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunk View Post
    Tomorrow it hits the water looking for survivors.
    Good luck and take care out there. Kayaking a river in flood is ambitious. Do you have a land-based watcher?

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    Do you have any skill kayaking?

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    When I arrived home today my wife told me that a large water monitor lizard had attacked Lucky, my adopted soi dog, had her in its mouth and Bruno, my adopted Pitbull, came to her rescue picking the lizards up in his mouth nearly chopping it in half.

    Blood everywhere and Lucky had bites on her nose and shoulder and the deceased monitor lizard is now over the wall and back in the Klong.

    From memory Bruno has killed at least 10 of these lizards not to mention numerous snakes. He is certainly a good guard at our home.

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    That’s fortunate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutree View Post
    Good luck and take care out there. Kayaking a river in flood is ambitious. Do you have a land-based watcher?
    I would never go out on the river the way it looks right now, not even the Thai men go out there, only on the flood plain. The way the river is over flowing right now, you would have to go up current very hard to even get out on the river. When the river drops and the flood water is draining back to the river, thats when you want to stay far away, because you can get carried out on the river. And yes I'm expierenced, when I left the US I sold my two kayaks. You would be a total fool to try and learn kayaking out on the flood waters.

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