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Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Re: Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Postby b-illie » Fri Oct 28, 2011 5:41 am

So glad this ended well. I only had a dog when I was a teenager but it seems the affection stays with you forever. Amazing how folks take days off from work to help with the search - that's fantastic genuine kindness. Well done everyone!

But Caberfeidh, will you please remove that horrid picture???! :evil: :wtf: :evil: :wtf:
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Re: Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Postby Caberfeidh » Fri Oct 28, 2011 7:54 am

ChrisW wrote:
Angela+Daz wrote:Home at last! A warm bed for the night. Makes a change from a cold, wet, windy Munro!!!


Ah but the tales he will tell of his wild times in the hills :wink: :lol: Great pic :D


Yes, he'll be able to spin this out over a few pints. Shame dog-beer costs seven times as much in dog-money... :?
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Re: Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Postby brpro26 » Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:08 am

Oh I do like a happy ending....now go buy it a long leash.

Try and say "Richards Retriever Ran Away" without pronouncing the R's.

Cat owner...
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Re: Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Postby spiderwebb » Fri Oct 28, 2011 10:52 am

Great pic, reminded me when Sam came home, he was on the bed behind me as I posted his safe return.

Hope you and the rest of the family have caught up on sleep !

I'm sure Sam will have a short memory of the relief of being found later this weekend as he is due a haircut, growls will prevail !!

Kind regards and best wishes, happy walkies !
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Re: Lost Dog on Carn a Chlamain in Glen Tilt

Postby Essan » Fri Oct 28, 2011 6:55 pm

Wonderful news (again!)

And so great that so many people were willing to help :)
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