My daft dog hurt himself.

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My daft dog hurt himself.

On Saturday we went out walking, we were on a canal side and Mack was bounding along a little bit ahead of us very excited as we'd never taken him round there before.  There was a garden on the other side of the hedge and we could see lots of squirrels running around the trees at the bottom, one minute I was looking at squirrels and the next I was looking at Mack coming bombing into view and then he sat at the bottom of the tree looking up for them.   The daft dog had only cleared a barbed wire fence.  He'd obviously spotted them too and the temptation was just too much, he had found a gap in the hedge then jumped the fence.  He has got two scratches down his chest, thankfully only very surface!!!    I dread to think really.

ursh x

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Glad his not seriously hurt Ursh! I bet he was very excited at the sight of squirrels! x

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Beside himself, though it's not the first time he's seen them.  We wend on a woodland walk a few weeks back and they were all over, that was the first time.  Ever since then he looks up at trees with hopeful expression on his face:))

ursh x

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Ahhh lovely pup! Hope he's learned his lesson about barbed-wire.

Bob once got his head stuck in a fence, you know those ones with large-mesh? He was arguing with a sheep and, well, lost the battle when the sheep walked off!

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:)) Poor Bob!

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dog are daft at times arent they and I'll bet he is milking it for all its worth too.