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post 11th Jan 2018, 4:57 pm
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post 11th Jan 2018, 5:06 pm
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I can't seem to resize it, so giving up for now rolleyes.gif

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post 11th Jan 2018, 8:46 pm
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wub.gif All gorgeous wub.gif

Here's my Tia

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This is her at 5mths on here. She came to live here a couple of weeks later 6 years ago

Here is my Grandpuppy (lol) Loony Lily now 7 mths old

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I am going to post in general as need help with these two

Edited to add for those having problems posting pics I'm using imgur. Free and easy

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post 11th Jan 2018, 9:09 pm
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Beautiful dogs...file:///Users/paula/Desktop/Elsa%20the%20Rottie/IMG_1532.jpg This is Max. who loves looking under the gate to see who is there. He can only get one eye and small bit of his nose under the very small gap. My Elsa is just watching.
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post 12th Jan 2018, 8:45 am
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Shame, cant see it. You need to upload it to a website though,not the link to your desktop smile.gif
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post 12th Jan 2018, 8:58 am
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To resize follow these steps:

Using either Webmail or Message board , both are good sizes

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post 12th Jan 2018, 11:04 am
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Done it, finally smile.gif

Charlie wub.gif

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post 12th Jan 2018, 11:15 am
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Quila with bridge boy Sebbie
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post 12th Jan 2018, 9:39 pm
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QUOTE(doggroomer @ 12th Jan 2018, 11:04 am) *

Done it, finally smile.gif

Charlie wub.gif

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With a face like that Chris he must be known as Cheeky Charlie.

Is Quila a staffy cuddle monster. wub.gif

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post 12th Jan 2018, 10:10 pm
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QUOTE(Auntie Ange @ 12th Jan 2018, 9:39 pm) *

With a face like that Chris he must be known as Cheeky Charlie.

Is Quila a staffy cuddle monster. wub.gif

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Correct on both assumptions wub.gif Charlie is frightened of people and other dogs, but he's cheeky with me and very cuddly too wub.gif Other nickname is whizzy.

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post 12th Jan 2018, 10:45 pm
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My two, Curly and Noodle. Noodle is on the left Curly on the right.
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Curly is 9 now, a Lakeland terrier. Noodle is 8, a bedlington terrier. Both came from local dog pounds, both dogs are PAT dogs. We've been visiting a large dementia care home for last 4 years.
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This is Noodle at Easter, dressed as a lamb.
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And Curly dressed as a Xmas pudding.
Both dogs are extremely tolerant of being dressed up😁
Which is just as well, obv I only dress them up at Easter, Halloween and Xmas for the residents, rest of the time it's just their PAT vest and collar,lead.
Occasionally we do odd hospital visit as well plus a few stalls at local dog shows to raise money for pets as therapy.
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post 13th Jan 2018, 8:30 am
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QUOTE(Louwra @ 11th Jan 2018, 8:21 am) *

Gorgeous dogs! No idea why they gone so large smile.gif Maybe they shouldn't have called that upload site tinypic!! lol.gif


Thank you! lol.gif

I'm a bit hopeless with technology and computers!

I'm really enjoying this thread - really lovely to see everyone's fabulous dogs wub.gif
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post 13th Jan 2018, 8:33 am
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QUOTE(Louwra @ 12th Jan 2018, 8:58 am) *

To resize follow these steps:

Using either Webmail or Message board , both are good sizes

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Oh brilliant - thank you! I'll have to give it a try.
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post 13th Jan 2018, 9:01 am
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Okay, with many thanks to Louwra, I've managed to resize my photos
(Although still didn't work out why it keeps changing a portrait photo to a landscape,
so I've given up on that particular photo!)
So here are my boys again:

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Finn the staffie and Pablo the lurcher in their normal lounging positions!
Finn does not seem to mind in the slightest that Pablo frequently uses him as a pillow!
He's a very tolerant dog. On the other hand, if Pablo claims the sofa first, Finn is definitely
NOT allowed to encroach on his space!

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Henry in the snow (with Finn in the background)
Henry definitely does not do sofa sharing at all!
In fact he has his own sofa all to himself instead of a dog bed.
(not sure they even make dog beds big enough!)
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post 13th Jan 2018, 11:09 am
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It's lovely seeing all the dog piccies again wub.gif Thank you Redcanary smile.gif

Craters, I deleted my original photo's on the site, and will do them again later, now I know how. As you said, there seems to be no way of resizing them once they're on there.

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