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is that the kings arms, (maybe got the name wrong). Ludham....

if it is, leather sofa, first thing Lady, our dog did was jump up and lay down.

cheersbar

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It looks like the dog I lost a tenner on at Hackney Stadium last time I was down that way,we had a couple of pints in the Blind Beggar in Whitechapel

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Love dogs but ......

Unless a designated doggie seat they should DEFINITELY NOT be allowed on the furniture .... loose hairs, fleas, mud and assorted nasty unmensionables, slobber etc. :norty:

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Should be OK, most of the dogs have been immunised so I don't think they would catch them, Nice of you to warn them though. cheersbar

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It was all OK Ian, no dogs were harmed in the taking of the snap, the couch was given a clean with a Dettol wipe before he was allowed on it as there had been children sitting on it moments before.

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It was all OK Ian, no dogs were harmed in the taking of the snap, the couch was given a clean with a Dettol wipe before he was allowed on it as there had been children sitting on it moments before.

Children .... I hate children.

No place for kids inside boozers ....... they should be chained up outside, out of sight. :norty::norty:

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No good as you can still hear the little angles, if riverside water has good acoustic insulation property's cheers

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Love dogs but ......

Unless a designated doggie seat they should DEFINITELY NOT be allowed on the furniture .... loose hairs, fleas, mud and assorted nasty unmensionables, slobber etc. :norty:

Well, you would be well upset if I bring Jim into a pub you're being miserable in! :naughty::naughty::naughty:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5l5Fhb6HlM

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hi Tilda & Gertie

welcome to the forum and i hope the couple your taking care of are treating you well

if you ever need a little respite care, come to jilly, your welcome.

jill cheers

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