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Breeding Fear of Dogs

Carrying on from last post Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I want to relate a couple of anecdotes to you.  I’m hoping you will share to the world. Also please comment and share your own similar story. Anecdote 1 Get that F******g thing away The first piece is from facebook. Its author has given me permission to share it, …

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Snow is falling thick and Fast

Its sunday morning and Snow is falling Stella and I went out early this morning, and it was raining quite heavily. As i got back to our second floor flat, waiting for Tesco to arrive with our delivery and talking to my fiancee, i noticed that Snow is falling. From my fiancee’s point of view and from …

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We’re Losing Ground, Fridaywoods is under threat

Dog walkers of Fridaywoods, we have a huge problem one that is threatening our access to the beautiful woodlands. That problem is pictured above and in case you haven’t worked it out yet, they’re not Christmas Decorations, They are Poo Bags!!!!!!!! I very much doubt it is the readers of the Facebook Group that you …

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Stella the Staffordshire bull terrier 

Come November Come November the first Stella our Staffordshire Bull Terrier will be 9 or 63 whichever way you see it. I now I’m slightly biased but she’s doing well, she’s in good shape and (touch wood) has no medical problems apart from having her anal gland emptied 4 to 6 times a year. She’s …

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A calmer, cooler start to the day 

Some spectacular lightning and a little rain yesterday, around London at least, has had a good affect on the air it us significantly cooler and the air less muggy. The air is fresher and the dawn chorus is well under way. It’s 430am on a Friday in June and I’m off to Lichfield shortly, so …

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Share your tips for keeping your  dog cool in the heat 

Share away Ok readers especially those in the UK will know it’s been really hot and that it is going to be for the next few days. So how do you keep your dogs cool? In an effort to keep Stellas temperature down and keep her from overheating I am doing the following Cutting down …

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the nurse is Stella

Stella takes over nursing duties of her sick mum

Stella has a most wonderful side to her, her empathic nature, when lou or i are ill, she stays right by our side, and i have little doubt that if she could, she would serve every need we had. well today it is Lou who is ill, in bed with Laryngitis and Stella is right …

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a lone butterfly

The continuing Saga of the Hound called Stella

    The Hound called Stella The continuing saga of the hound called Stella goes like this. Stella has not had the most successful history as a guard dog. When left guarding my truck as i delivered a load of potatoes to a chip shop a few years back, she allowed a thief to take …

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The continuing biography of Stella the staffy. A story of unconditional love.

A 9 year Old What is there to Stella? Well she’s an almost 9 year old Staffordshire bull terrier that my fiancee and I have had since she was 4. She was in fact part of my fortieth birthday present from my good lady. Stella would lick you to death rather than bite you. Unlike …

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Mad dog’s and Englishmen go out in the midday sun

Englishmen Mad dogs and englishman go out in the midday sun, Well stella is a dog, and I am English tick, but it’s not the midday sun, it’s still absolutely glorious but it’s 3.30pm on a Sunday in may. But to be frank Stella has awful flatulence and it’s either take her for a short …

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