A Full House

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madaboutdoodles
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A Full House

Post by madaboutdoodles » 13 Jan 2013, 21:44

Hi everyone,
I hope everyone and their doodles are well, we have been very busy, as usual
Rosie ( our newest addition ) is doing so well and is so much like her mum it's unreal :D
Here are some pictures of the girls and our visitiors, Ozzy ( Cass's 1st litter )
and Mac ( Cass's 2nd litter ) who have been staying for their holidays.

Rosie, Sadie, Cass, Mac and Ozzy
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Sadie being a nosey neighbour and little Rosie
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Sadie and her younger brother Mac
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Sadie and Ozzy
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Sadie showing off her princess bandana
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Rosie now 15 weeks old
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Cass, Sadie and Ozzy
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Rosie loves playtime in the fields
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A big bunch of posers :wink: Mac, Cass, Sadie and Ozzy
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I hope you liked the pictures
Trish, Cass, Sadie and Rosie
http://www.madaboutdoodles.com

hockborn
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Re: A Full House

Post by hockborn » 13 Jan 2013, 22:12

How wonderful!!! Love the first picture!!They look exactly like my dood darcy!!

Glenda
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Re: A Full House

Post by Glenda » 13 Jan 2013, 22:18

Gosh, hasn't Rosie grown! Super pics of super doodles, as always, Trish :D :D
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michala

Re: A Full House

Post by michala » 13 Jan 2013, 22:22

They all look so lovely -your photos are always so inspiring and a pleasure to look at x

luggage16
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Re: A Full House

Post by luggage16 » 13 Jan 2013, 23:17

Aw lovely pictures! And great for me as I am picking up a cream doodle on friday and enjoying guessing what she might look like when she grows (though she is an miniature F1b so quite different). There seems to be far more pictures of brown and black doodles when I search online!

Your dogs all look so well trained sat so nicely in a row for a picture! I cant manage to get my kids to sit still like that never mind a dog!
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ClareV
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Re: A Full House

Post by ClareV » 14 Jan 2013, 08:16

Great photos. What a stunning bunch of dogs! Wish I had room for more. And on a previous thread, more leather sofas and wooden floors!

Charlie sends a big lick to your girls, and now wants a bandana but only if it has a skull and crossbones on it. I said no to the eyepatch...

Brodie_Dog
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Re: A Full House

Post by Brodie_Dog » 14 Jan 2013, 11:49

With Brodie as my only reference, (who lookes exactly like the one on the far right in the first pic), my instant thought when I saw the first pic was "OMG You have five of them!! Are you mad?" :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Denydoodle
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Re: A Full House

Post by Denydoodle » 14 Jan 2013, 22:59

Lovely pictures! Having a full house must be mental!!
How long did it take you to get them to all sit for the family portrait?

madaboutdoodles
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Re: A Full House

Post by madaboutdoodles » 14 Jan 2013, 23:30

Hi everyone,
Thank you for the nice comments
Brodie_Dog, yes mad I think is a good word for this house, but normally we just have 3 here, Cass, Sadie and Rosie, but we do have lots of Cass's puppies back for their holidays throughout the year and Ozzy and Mac just happened to be here at the same time :D

Denydoodle wrote:Lovely pictures! Having a full house must be mental!!
How long did it take you to get them to all sit for the family portrait?
Hi Denydoodle, actually it took about 2 minutes, Cass and Sadie sit straight away as soon as they see the camera :lol: and little Rosie now does the same thing, I'm forever taking pictures, so the girls are used to it :wink:
Mac and Ozzy then just copied the girls :D

Yes ClareV more leather sofas and wooden floors, I wouldn't be without them :wink:

Luggage16, good luck with your new arrival and definitely much easier to get the gang to pose for pictures than our two boys ( ages 13 + 14 ) the gang sit when they see the camera, the boys run away :roll: I think I need to train the boys better :lol:

Yes Glenda, Rosie is growing quickly, she is now 15 weeks old, it goes SO fast
Thank you Hockborn, I also love that picture

What a lovely comment Michala, thank you :D

Trish, Cass, Sadie and Rosie
http://www.madaboutdoodles.com

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