Doggos


#1182

Yes, it was.


#1183


#1184

There’s a dog in there somewhere…


#1185


#1186

“I love Christmas…and pies”


#1187

I initially thought that the pie was in the for ground, but no, it weighs 1.35Kg.


#1188

Watch out for those poisonous raisins - I have to peel the pastry off the filling for Abby, which ain’t always easy. She’s partial to Llidl ones this year…


#1189

He got a bit of pastry, I put it on the side while I made coffee and he sat staring at the pie.


#1190

A bit of pastry is ok.

NONE of the filling is though. (I realise you know that btw)


#1191

:slight_smile: does no harm mentioning it, I’m sure plenty of people don’t realise.


#1192

I didn’t know that, luckily I don’t feed my hounds mince pies anyway. When we say “poisonous” is it a toxin for them and a slight lick will see them 4 paws up or is it that they would have to eat a bucket load and would vom it up?

Asked on the basis that this place is better than google.


#1193

More than 3g per kilo of weight can be fatal apparently.


#1194

Curtis likes the odd grape, so will stop that then and add it to the apple pips, pear cores, chocolate, citrus fruit etc… that he doesn’t get fed.

I don’t do mince pies, so he’s safe there. He was eyeing up my croissant.


#1195

Audio Abbattoir - saving dogs lives.


#1196

Aga dog, every dog needs a warming aga


#1197

My youngest has just had 7 teeth out. I think my wallet hurts more…

:grimacing:


#1198

The issue of dogs and mince pies featured in a storyline in The Archers recently - apparantley can indeed be toxic. Mrs Millicent is keeping with fois gras and Vodka.


#1199

The boys in training for Christmas afternoon. Basil loves to lie on my feet.


#1200

Dog Christmas

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#1201