Introducing Rosie Bear

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Dandelions
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Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by Dandelions » 23 Jun 2018, 21:15

Hi there doodlers :D

I’m Dandelion aka Jacy - had my almost 5 month old labradoodle Rosie-bear for exactly a week. Bought her from an old lady who couldnt keep up with the activity a few months after my much loved Lhasa died at easter.

Having such a fabulous time with her, shes filled a massive hole in my life which is lovely. Lots of questions as only ever had lhasas in the past.

Dandelion xxx
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tynkerbelluk
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Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by tynkerbelluk » 23 Jun 2018, 22:50

Image Dandelion and Rosie-bear.
She looks a cheeky little monkey :) So sorry to hear about the loss of your Llasa it is always a wrench, but if anything can put a smile back on somebody's face it's a doodle :!: This forum was invaluable to me when Archie was a pup. It's packed full of really helpful information but has sadly dwindled due to people using Facebook now. It's great to see new people wanting to join and hopefully we can get things kickstarted again. Feel free to ask as many questions as you need and hopefully one of us can help. Happy doodling :D
Sharron and Archie

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kobi&jazz
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Location: Manchester

Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by kobi&jazz » 24 Jun 2018, 10:48

Welcome to the mad, crazy world of doodles :lol: :lol:
Love the colour of Rosie Bear - she does look like a little teddybear.
Hope to see more pics as she grows.

linny
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Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by linny » 24 Jun 2018, 19:11

:D Welcome Jacy and Rosie :D .... she's certainly very cute!
Would love to see a few more photos and perhaps you can share how you managed to load pics here?....some of us used photobucket but as it's no longer free we are finding it difficult to post pics.
Enjoy your doodle ...they are a fabulous cross and I'm sure that she will bring you loads of love and happiness. :D :D

kathiedoodle
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Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by kathiedoodle » 25 Jun 2018, 09:18

Hi Jacy and Rosie. So sorry to hear of your loss, and so glad you have found Rosie to help you through. Lucky Rosie has found a loving friend in you. These intelligent often boisterous doodles need plenty of stimulation, games, understanding and love, then nice quiet times for cuddles. Sorry could not see your photo as Sky security will not let me view on my iPad. As Linny said we mostly used Photobucket but they pulled the plug and made it a pay system, it was suggested trying Postimage.org and I found it quite easy( for a technophobe)
Keep in touch and let us know what Rosie gets up to
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linny
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Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by linny » 25 Jun 2018, 23:30

kathiedoodle wrote:Postimage.org and I found it quite easy( for a technophobe)
Is it really simple to use?......it needs to be ...for me ! : :oops: :oops: ...

Sarahdol75
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Re: Introducing Rosie Bear

Post by Sarahdol75 » 26 Jun 2018, 16:08

Welcome Rosie Bear, what a lovely name.

Linny, postimage is really really easy to use.

Have a go.
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