Discussion in 'French Bulldog' started by BronsonTheBulldog, Aug 25, 2017.
Oh yes. 5.30 for me and The Little Man!
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Cornetto's are definitely getting smaller!
So are Wagon Wheels!
A stroll with the little man!
Along with crisps, Roses and Marathons (showing my age now!) And they are charging more?!
That is true.
Apparently Burton's biscuit company, who make Wagon Wheels, put out an official statement stating that Wagon Wheels have not gotten smaller, just that as people grow older their hands get bigger than they were as children.
Or words to that effect.
Yeah, that old chestnut!
Anyone can i get some feedback on my female Merle pup her ears dont stand up on their own let me know what you think she is 14 weeks.. sorry if I’m writing on the wrong forum I don’t know how to create one
It's ok, don't worry. And I wouldn't worry and leave them to develop on their own. My EBT had the same issue and they stuck up on their own eventually. Hope this helps?
If it is - get me outta here quickly!
It's not, it's the guy who's shop I get little man's food from.
From her eyes, she looks as if she is about to cast. Though I have had to handle snakes in the past, I have to admit that they are not my favourite creatures. I think it is because they respond more to their environment, than to their keeper. Occasionally we would have reports of sneaky garter snakes making a bid for freedom across the patch of green at the back of the shop, or a customer would pick up a mini-bale of hay, and find a corn snake comfortably curled up underneath. I do think that we managed to recover all of our escapees though.
There does seem to have been some success in clicker training snakes, (the video that I saw was a young ivory python that had learned the 'Touch' command), but it's hardly the same as having a game of fetch, and as for live feeding - I just couldn't do it. Pythons and Corn Snakes are beautifully marked though - and at least they don't bite!
Oh how I'd love to witness a game of fetch with a snake!
Not me - SHUDDER
The last time I saw a snake it was across the open doorway of the first bungalow I lived in when I came to the Moshav. It was a Shabbat and luckily for me the men were just coming back from Synagogue and were outside my home, so I called out and all Hades broke loose and someone yelled "Do NOT move".
Someone got a big stick or something and whacked and whacked and whacked the thing until it was 100% deaded. Hooked it up and dumped it in a bin, then told me it was one of the most poisonous snakes in Israel - and we have more than a few of those.
So Gareth, you can keep your love of snakes, just pullease keep them thousands of km away from me!
Little Man contemplating how badly he needs a wee, against the prospect of getting soaked?!
When you gotta go .....