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Ben

I think I just might get a dog now Paul.

Rob

This is awesome, really, really awesome.

Happy birthday Jemima, thanks for showing Paul a new side of life which he can then reveal to us.

I feel a lot better for reading this and will now give my cat a stern talking to for only partly delivering on the good stuff.

Colman

Do it, Ben.

Rob, go easy on that cat - you're a tough brief.

Rob

You forgot to say how they also inspire you to write lovely stuff about them when you're away on holiday.

Then, you are in Portugal.

Still, it's bloody lovely.

Colman

Thanks, Rob.

Forgotten that I quite like blogging. Might have a crack at Portugal tomorrow, see if my blogging eye really is in.

lauren

huzzah!! yes - thanks to jemima and portugal for getting you back on the blogging track.

i now know exactly why i'm a cat, rather a dog person and it's something to do with this heart-wrenching bit of prose: "If you want something that is so dependent on you that it makes you a more reliable person, so much more reliable that without you noticing that dependency changes to the deepest trust, get a dog."

Colman

Thanks, Lauren, and hello.
It's nice to be back, nicer than I thought, although I'm not sure it has anything to do with Portugal, we'll find out tomorrow.

Elmas

You'll like this. "From puppy to adult". http://youtu.be/ld7F-MBNesE

Colman

Elmas, nice, very nice.
Wish I'd done that.

marcus

smashing.

Colman

Oh, there you are, hi, Marcus.

marcus

Morning, Paul.

Ben

I can't believe she's one already, I remember you talking about getting her! My vizsla Digby is a little over 18months now... and massive!

They change your life, most of it for the better. I still like the fact that Digby has to bring me something everytime I come home, a bone, a chew, a cushion, the TV remote.. what ever's close and not nailed down really...

Also as I know you are a man of style, perhaps Jemima would like one of these for her birthday- http://scrufts.co.uk. (i'm not on commission, but I am a fan!)

Colman

Ben, the time flies, it really does. The email you sent outlining your experiences really helped us, truly, so thanks again for that advice.
Although I do have to say that Jemima has never remained in her crate as late as you claim Digby does, but I'll let that one go.

Ben

haha, only last weekend i had to bribe him out of his crate with a treat at 10.30am. I am learning this is not normal, but I like it.

Rob

So even Jemima couldn't convince you to write more than one blog post a month.

Maybe I over-estimated her influence on you or maybe it's because she wants to always be the first thing you see when you come to this blog.

I like her even more now.

Colman

Rob, no one said it was going to be easy.

northern

Oh your back. Good show.

Tmorgan Blog

i love taking care of dogs.

Rob

You know I love this post more than I love kebab and chips ... but I do think it is time to write another one. Just saying ...

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No offense, but if there's a facebook like button, it'll be much easier for me to share.

Colman

Share what, where?

Painter In London

They change your life, most of it for the better. I still like the fact that Digby has to bring me something everytime I come home, a bone, a chew, a cushion, the TV remote.. what ever's close and not nailed down really...

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