Author Topic: Faithful friend thread by Darrowsgirl  (Read 317828 times)

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Re: Faithful friend thread by Darrowsgirl
« Reply #2730 on: 24 Oct 2018 09:01AM »
Swipe right if you fancy someone, left if you don't, according to the times the use of that app has been mention as part of a programme's storyline. I have absolutely no idea what the name of that dating app is even. Considering I have no intention of ever being in another relationship it's not something I've Googled.

I'm in the process of trying to find a teenager to come and brush Tizzie weekly for 5 each week to keep her knot free. A friend who lives on my estate is going to ask her daughter. The daughter desperately wants a dog but the family don't have time for one. As they've always been pet less I'd have to instruct the child as to how to brush her and with what but I think a teenager might like to earn some pocket money once a week. I am unable to bend or get down to her to brush/groom her so I need to find a way to stop her getting matted.

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Re: Faithful friend thread by Darrowsgirl
« Reply #2731 on: 24 Oct 2018 06:38PM »
great idea

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Re: Faithful friend thread by Darrowsgirl
« Reply #2732 on: 28 Oct 2018 05:47PM »
It is a great idea, I remember back in the 80s our next door neighbour had a Dulux dog and they used to let me take it for walks.