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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayles66
    I'm wondering whether this the Post your pet thread or Food Anyone? Thread. Hmm! Breaded dragon.
    Great photos! They look like good friends together. The upturned "I'm diving into the sea" pic is funny :-)

    Where are the photos of this mythical breaded dragon, I want to know. The proof. Has anyone actually seen it? Tasted it? Someone should do something!

    (Trying a keyboard smilie here: dde03--will it work?)
    Edit: NO!
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    No, emoji doesn't work on Ipf anymore. The last major apple update made the forum go weird. I do miss my emojis though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burly636
    Sounds like Squawkey can compete with brains and he is certainly beautiful, he is adorable...how old is he, if you did not say. He sounds so funny.
    He thanks you for your compliment! Yes, he's a bit of a comedian. He's been with us about 4 years I think. But he says he was Hornblower's before us, so his age is a bit uncertain.

    But may I invite you to look again at his photo? (see message I posted on 10th July on this thread)

    And here...?
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-me...x=1&isremote=0

    And then perhaps here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    He thanks you for your compliment! Yes, he's a bit of a comedian. He's been with us about 4 years I think. But he says he was Hornblower's before us, so his age is a bit uncertain.

    But may I invite you to look again at his photo? (see message I posted on 10th July on this thread)

    And here...?
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-me...x=1&isremote=0

    And then perhaps here?
    YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npjOSLCR2hE"]YouTube Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npjOSLCR2hE&feature=youtube_gdata_player
    I can,t believe it. I thought he was real, I did think he looked a little skinny. That is so funny. I do not keep up on toys I guess. You got me
    I live birds, I used to have a true parakeet I called Buzzard. When my son was born he kept trying to get to him, I did not know what he was going to to him. Buzzard was not very social at time. Now I have 4 little dogs, my hubby has 2 big dogs, my brother has one and I have 2 cats... We love animals. Pics to come soon, Louie the Morkie is shorn, he got into sticker burrs.
    Thanks for the laughs. By the way the cookie thing was good, is it real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burly636

    I can,t believe it. I thought he was real, I did think he looked a little skinny. That is so funny. I do not keep up on toys I guess. You got me
    I live birds, I used to have a true parakeet I called Buzzard. When my son was born he kept trying to get to him, I did not know what he was going to to him. Buzzard was not very social at time. Now I have 4 little dogs, my hubby has 2 big dogs, my brother has one and I have 2 cats... We love animals. Pics to come soon, Louie the Morkie is shorn, he got into sticker burrs.
    Thanks for the laughs. By the way the cookie thing was good, is it real?
    Yes, like a couple of others here:-). Sorry if you & others were conned, but I genuinely thought all would be revealed as soon as his photo came up!

    Wow, you have as many animals as some of the other nuts on this thread--more.
    Louie the "Morkie" ? Shorn?

    Sheep? Goat? Llama? Camel? Alpaca? Other? Looking forward to the pics :-)

    >>>"By the way the cookie thing was good, is it real?"

    By "cookie thing", do you mean the Bonio tin? If so, it's certainly real! I have promised to try and find out if they are still around to buy, but suspect they were a one-off production for a special occasion. I will report back with anything concrete if I can find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    Yes, like a couple of others here:-). Sorry if you & others were conned, but I genuinely thought all would be revealed as soon as his photo came up!

    Wow, you have as many animals as some of the other nuts on this thread--more.
    Louie the "Morkie" ? Shorn?

    Sheep? Goat? Llama? Camel? Alpaca? Other? Looking forward to the pics :-)

    >>>"By the way the cookie thing was good, is it real?"

    By "cookie thing", do you mean the Bonio tin? If so, it's certainly real! I have promised to try and find out if they are still around to buy, but suspect they were a one-off production for a special occasion. I will report back with anything concrete if I can find it.
    No, The toy's cookie, I seen it on amazon so your right, it goes everywhere with him.
    A Morkie is a dog, they call them designer dogs, he is just a dog to me. He is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkie. I had a little Morkie called Mouse for 3 months and she disappeared, just gone. I was so heart broken then my husband talked me into getting Louie. He is a bit bigger than Mouse was. Mouse's best friend was my husbands 175 lb Rotwieller mix named Buff what a team one bite and Mouse could be swallowed by him, 3lbs. He was depressed when she disappeared also, he is not so crazy about Louie. I still miss her.
    Yes a lot of animal lovers here, everywhere really. My pets can really cheer me up, but no more dogs or cats for us, I put my foot down.

    Post your Pet-image-2573966159.jpg
    (I hoped I did this pic right)
    This is bald Louie, he usually has long silver/gold fur. But I asked my hubby to cut his hair, now he has to sleep under the covers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stranding

    Yes, like a couple of others here:-). Sorry if you & others were conned, but I genuinely thought all would be revealed as soon as his photo came up!

    Wow, you have as many animals as some of the other nuts on this thread--more.
    Louie the "Morkie" ? Shorn?

    Sheep? Goat? Llama? Camel? Alpaca? Other? Looking forward to the pics :-)

    >>>"By the way the cookie thing was good, is it real?"

    By "cookie thing", do you mean the Bonio tin? If so, it's certainly real! I have promised to try and find out if they are still around to buy, but suspect they were a one-off production for a special occasion. I will report back with anything concrete if I can find it.
    Don't need to be sorry, to me, though I was fooled at first, I think it's an awesome thing and would love one myself, I'm trying to find one in the UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burly636

    No, The toy's cookie, I seen it on amazon so your right, it goes everywhere with him.
    A Morkie is a dog, they call them designer dogs, he is just a dog to me. He is a cross between a Maltese and a Yorkie. I had a little Morkie called Mouse for 3 months and she disappeared, just gone. I was so heart broken then my husband talked me into getting Louie. He is a bit bigger than Mouse was. Mouse's best friend was my husbands 175 lb Rotwieller mix named Buff what a team one bite and Mouse could be swallowed by him, 3lbs. He was depressed when she disappeared also, he is not so crazy about Louie. I still miss her.
    Yes a lot of animal lovers here, everywhere really. My pets can really cheer me up, but no more dogs or cats for us, I put my foot down.

    <img src="http://www.ipadforums.net/attachment.php?attachmentid=20341"/>
    (I hoped I did this pic right)
    This is bald Louie, he usually has long silver/gold fur. But I asked my hubby to cut his hair, now he has to sleep under the covers...
    Oh, that cookie! He calls it his "piece of cake," because he thinks it sounds romantic & piratical ("pieces of eight..."!). No, that's plastic too. Or whatever. Wouldn't be tempted to snack myself:-)

    The Louie photo is great. He has a lovely little face. I've never heard of a Morkie before.
    That's a sad story about Mouse. Think we're mostly soft-centered types here & get upset by animals dying, or going missing...that's worse in many ways.

    Whenever we have one that dies or has to be put to sleep (we've had lots), experience says to allow a good week or 10 days at least for the first, really hard stage to go by, letting the crying come when it needs to, being kind to yourself. What helps us is if we are able to be there at the end. And then to bury them ourselves, close by, with care, giving them whatever it is that they would have liked as a treat to help say goodbye.

    Another thing we've discovered is that the other animals get depressed too. Sometimes dreadfully so. We had an English Setter who just stopped eating or doing anything for over three weeks after our Irish Setter died of leukaemia. We actually had to go & get a rescue Dalmatian to help her recover her spirits.

    At the very least, the "pack" dynamic changes & that is hard for some dogs to deal with.
    Now, we always make sure that all the other animals have a chance to take in what's happened...let them go near and examine their pal and be around while the burying goes on.

    This may all sound morbid & silly, perhaps even a bit pagan to others but that doesn't matter, does it?
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    My yorkie actually acted embarrassed when I shaved her one summer. Anyway, Louie is very cute. That's awful about your other dog though. I would have been heartsick too. I'm so sorry that you had to go through that

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    To cheer us up, here's Bracken cleaning up a yogurt pot. We were watching his tongue through the bottom, making a very good job of a tall pot!

    He is very wet & scruffy after a nice little runaround in the rain.
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