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Watch us grow /Your Labradoodle or This is our life section

Posted: 06 Sep 2015, 11:06
by AdamK
Just a thought as I know a few members have blogs about their dogs but I thought a useful follow on section from the Introductions section could be an area where we can post daily antics or updated images of our dogs growing would be a welcome addition. I think it would be nice reminiscing at milestones throughout their lives in an easy to find thread.

I wondered if others would welcome a section along these lines?

Forgive me if there is one but I haven't stumbled across it yet.

Re: Watch us grow /Your Labradoodle or This is our life sect

Posted: 06 Sep 2015, 12:06
by Lawsyd
I think it's a great idea - as a newbie on here. Our Sooty (all of 10 1/2 weeks old) is learning new commands daily, as well as growing bigger at an almost visible rate. I would love to 'bore' the members on here with the details but I don't want to set up a formal blog & I'm still getting my head around posting photos to this forum.

Re: Watch us grow /Your Labradoodle or This is our life sect

Posted: 07 Sep 2015, 18:04
by Doodle Dee
yes it sounds like a good plan - then we can always look back and see what they have done as well as others seeing how funny they can be

Re: Watch us grow /Your Labradoodle or This is our life sect

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 07:55
by Lawsyd
Well yesterday Sooty learned that she is a bit afraid of low flying motorized hang-gliders. They aren't a common sight where we live & when one flew over the garden at about 200 feet it spooked the poor lass. Still she did get extra cuddles out of the experience. :wink:

Re: Watch us grow /Your Labradoodle or This is our life sect

Posted: 10 Sep 2015, 10:50
by AdamK
Glad a couple of you think that it would be a good idea, it seems like a popular section on other busier forums, perhaps a mod will be along at some point so we can start our own threads?

In the meantime here is Poppy enjoying cuddles with her favourite toy.

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Ah poor Sooty, they do seem to get easily spooked don't they, Poppy is still very wary of motorised vehicles speeding past.