• Ace I'll get one thanks

    @Stonehedge HAHA

    @umop3pisdn that jump! wow

  • Check which one is the right one for your dogs coat, they have a guide. The place that sells them here won’t send you one unless you tell them which dog you have first!

  • lmao this gif is mesmerising

  • Looks like original 20 blade, is that what you have?
    I'll email actually and ask

  • lmao this gif is mesmerising

    Note the spinning tail while in the air. Centrifugal stabilisation. Loads of animals do it instinctively. Chuck a rat in the air or turn it upside down? Tail spins!

  • Stuck at home with this Knob'ed since Lockdown...

    Might finally give the Coat King a go. Also got the same issue with hairy/ dangly ears here too.


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  • Chuck a rat in the air or turn it upside down? Tail spins!

    I'm always doing this

  • I'm doing it right now

  • you can get the same effect by not supporting their back legs, some will just relax and drape over your hand but others try and balance so you get the spinning tail.

  • (we did toy with the idea of getting a rat, prior to adopting our dog - heard they're amazing, affectionate little pets. need a decent sized cage though, and you can apparently have issues with pee smells.)

  • Yeah we looked after a couple of rats for a bit. They do smell, but they're fun to let out and have climb all over you, if you're into that sort of thing. Very intelligent, and they slept together in a little hammock.

    Pet thread >>>

  • (we did toy with the idea of getting a rat, prior to adopting our dog - heard they're amazing, affectionate little pets. need a decent sized cage though, and you can apparently have issues with pee smells.)

    We've got two. They're incredibly fun and sociable animals. They need a lot of attention though, we probably end up interacting them for at least an hour a day. They get at least an hour of free play in a purpose built enclosure too so its not just about the size of the cage. They are definitely not suitable as starter pets for children.

    As for pee smells, can't argue with this. If you use the right bedding/substrate it normally doesn't become noticeable for a week so its never really a particular problem if you manage things properly. Rat piss is also not a pungent smell. Not like stale human, dog or cat piss.

    I'd say that overall, bringing pet rats into your house has a similar effect on odour as bringing a dog into your house.

  • The best thing about that gif is the tail propeller.

  • I'm meant to be walking my dogs right now but can't stop watching...

  • I can't stop watching that gif

    Mavis was due for a neutering last week so obviously she decided to go into season the week before - it was only when she rolled over for a scratch we noticed something was afoot, just as well as she spends a fair amount of time off the lead down the woods, as do many other dogs - probably some dirty minded ones too.

    We try hard not to laugh but she's developed a brilliant pathetic howl too - proper heartbroken stuff. Her new favourite passtime is pushing toys under furniture & then howling about it.

  • Awesome dog, what breed are they?

  • Ta. Hungarian Wirehaired Vizsla.

    He's more wooly than wiry though- they all come out different! Some of his siblings are true wirecoated, whilst others are like him. The big, daft bugger....

  • I never new they could look like that!

  • Not dissimilar from the Slovakian Rough-Haired Pointer we had years back. Also a daft lump


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  • He-heee....indeed!

    Almost every walk we get:

    Is he a.....
    . Labradoodle (!)
    . Otterhound
    . Spinone

  • I got about as dark as dairy milk

  • Ours says fine 19 blade


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  • Daisy wriggled out of her harness this morning on her walk with my partner and nearly put herself under a van. Vibes are not good in the house, lots of "I don't want to have a dog anymore".
    Daisy's front end is basically a cone so she's no good for collars, and has now managed to get out of the (pretty naff) harness that arrived with her and the julius k9 one we got for her. She's very deep-chested and her "elbows" are quite high - struggling to see how another harness is going to stop her getting out. Bleurgh. This is hard.

  • Pic?

  • ta, they said 10 for matting and tangles then a 23 to finish. Upsold the hell out of me

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I want to get a dog but I have to work, how does everyone on broadway market do it ?

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