Spike Showing

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  1. CaroleC

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    Spike

    I refer to Spike from time to time. He is my boy that I had pts with dementia, really sad as he was still sound in wind, limb and teeth at 17. Most of my pre-digital photos are in a big box in the roofspace, so I haven't been able to show him off, but the other day I was looking for the town plan when I came across his advert from an Our Dogs Annual, 1988 I think. Not a brilliant scan, but here he is!

    ps. He didn't have an S shaped tail - that was a stray gust of wind. You never knew what you would get till the film was developed!

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    I zoomed in to see Spike in all his glory - he really was gorgeous.
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    Lovely photo and a handsome boy, looking at old photos brings back so many memories,of happiness and sadness at those lost.
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    He will have definitely won people over, what a handsome chap !
    Once you start looking through boxes of photographs from the last it’s easy to get distracted and before you know it you have spent much more time looking at them that was planned.
    Happy & sad memories !
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    Lovely picture and a handsome dog :)

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