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Sushi is a very agile dog Nonna, getting up there.

Our Jack used to be able to jump up onto the kitchen work top, whenever we went out he’d get up there, the evidence was the little paw prints all over the granite and across the hob.  We never actually saw him up there though.  He’s not been able to do that since he got the dislocated hip when he did a runner from Broxtowe and found his way home across Nottingham.   

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Lulu says " This is the life"

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Lizzie we get that with sushi but up on the kitchen table. Tell her to get down and she does immediately , on her haunches. 

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Mummy we're sitting pretty , whats for dinner.:rulez:

Misty's being antisocial

 

 

 

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Seen at the vets the other day. says it all really

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Not mine but I just love donkey's

 

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I prone to sitting on my ass too...…:rolleyes:

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The long and short of it

 

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Samson the cat turned up with another steak this morning. We are trying to work out where they come from. Could they be poisoned for the foxes? He does not eat them and shows no signs of distress. They may have been raided from the local pubs' bin. I will have a walk over to see if the bins are secure.

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Is that a mule on the right? If it is I've not seen one before that color. Over here they are all dark brown.

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Not sure if it's a mule or not Katy, I thought it might have been a "Hinney" stallion horse bred with a female donkey, A "Jenny" is the other way round,Female horse bred with a male donkey, it does look a fine animal though

 

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Are mules sterile? (Don't mean clean enough to eat your dinner off btw ... I mean unable to breed!)

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Believe so Margie

 

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Those big tabs gave it away, I have looked at a set of those for 8 hours down into and up out of the Grand Canyon. 

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7 minutes ago, katyjay said:

Those big tabs gave it away, I have looked at a set of those for 8 hours down into and up out of the Grand Canyon. 

does it take longer for the descent than for the return climb?

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About the same if I remember correctly. They stop the mules at intervals to give them a rest, both up and down. 

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11 hours ago, MargieH said:

Are mules sterile? (Don't mean clean enough to eat your dinner off btw ... I mean unable to breed!)

That is generally true. There is an interesting Wiki article on this https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mule

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