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Claire C
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Claire C on Mon 14 Jul 2014, 22:22

Thank goodness!! What a relief  hugs
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Barbara Norman
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Barbara Norman on Mon 14 Jul 2014, 22:27

What great news !     I am so pleased for you, this must have been the longest and worse weekend of your life. Sleep well tonight

Barbara and Teddie sablegallop
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by harries on Mon 14 Jul 2014, 22:40

The best of news so happy for you June and Bluzie of course  !!


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Post by rdiamond on Tue 15 Jul 2014, 00:34

SOOOOOOO Happy for you June  pompom
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Shadoway on Tue 15 Jul 2014, 00:39

Wonderful news June. What a relief he's back home.   Now you can have a good night's sleep.   Very Happy
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Kirsten on Tue 15 Jul 2014, 02:12

That is fantastic news  yipee  I bet you both slept well last night .
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Lynn Fagg
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Lynn Fagg on Tue 15 Jul 2014, 07:03

Fantastic news June hope he s ok  giggle  yipee  clap  clap  hugs    for Bluzie       bluemerle    Love Lyn and the gang xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Post by glennieblue on Tue 15 Jul 2014, 07:44

I am so pleased for you June,how wonderfull to get the lovely Bluzie back.I bet he is stuck to you like glue since he got back. yipee   yipee  yipee  cheers  hugs for you all.
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by chelmermead on Wed 16 Jul 2014, 13:17

Fantastic news June xxxxxx
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Stormhead on Wed 16 Jul 2014, 20:03

Skyeblue wrote:So pleased that Bluzie is back and safe with no apparent worse for wear issues, good idea for a vet check though.
Keep us posted.

I note your comment of 'he was where you thought he might be'???



Sorry did not mean it to sound so sinister re the found. I wrote it quickly.
I can not 100% say he was taken as i did not check my temporary gate to see if there was a gap so he could well have got out. He was found on the opposite lane to where i walk them from time to time & were i thought i heard him barking.

He has brought home fleas. So today he had a full bath (too tired yesterday) & the whole home sprayed & dog blankets washed.

June  bluemerle   shadesable   bluemerle   goldsable   goldsable
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Mistvale
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Mistvale on Wed 16 Jul 2014, 20:29

Brilliant to here that he is safe and sound.....
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Skyeblue on Thu 17 Jul 2014, 12:51

And he brought you some friends back too  Rolling Eyes what a little love  love
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by pepperhill on Thu 17 Jul 2014, 15:08

Skyeblue wrote:And he brought you some friends back too  Rolling Eyes what a little love  love


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Don't think it matters what he brought back as long as he came back

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Ann W
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Ann W on Thu 17 Jul 2014, 21:18

June, so pleased to read Bluzie is home safely!  clap 

Obviously you have no way of knowing how he left the garden. However if he did find a small gap in the fence then he may actively seek to find a gap next time he is playing out or if a scent interests him. 
I have seen my little girl push against a fence and squash all her coat and make herself very small to try to get to the rabbit burrows next door. She follows scents across the garden to try to find weak spots in the fence! She is constantly trying to get to the 'other-side'.

Ann
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Re: Bluzie Home

Post by Pacarane on Fri 18 Jul 2014, 17:31

clap  clap   Brilliant news June

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