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Hi All that are owned by a red dog
My world consists of 1 wife, 2 kids, and 3 wonderful red'uns.
Haggis, our 1st loon is now 6 years old, and our first dog, He's the fruit bat, a complete loon, but with that, he is so much fun, and always into some sorta trouble.
Tatties our 2nd, 1/2 brother to Haggis, is our odd ball, tatties the tank dog, He 5 now, and a wee bit calmer then Haggis, but from the same breeder, so still has that gene in him that sends him loopy on occasions, Hes a big soft lump really, and a real character
Then we have Laalie (pronosed Lah-Lee) Shetland dialect for plaything, our rescue Viz, Shes a real lady, and is spoilt to bits, but we love them all dearly.
Looking forward to chatting with like minded people about all things red with 4 legs soon.
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Paul.
 

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Hi Paul

Where in Scotland are you? I am near Stirling, and have an almost 7 month old Vizsla, Floyd. He is full of fun and a total handful at the moment, but my husband and I love him to bits - even when he wakes us up at 4am!!

Welcome to the forum, it's been invaluable for me over the last few months!
 

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Hi There!
We are between Aberdeen and Dundee, on the coast, just perfect for the big V's to run off that ever unceasing mountain of energy they seem to have.
Thankyou to, for the welcome!
 

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Hi There!
We are between Aberdeen and Dundee, on the coast, just perfect for the big V's to run off that ever unceasing mountain of energy they seem to have.
Thankyou to, for the welcome!
So are we ,though much nearer Aberdeen than Dundee .Where do you take them to run .We use St Cyrus quite a lot, big long beach and after an hour there they sometimes sleep for nearly 5 minutes in the car going home .
 
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