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    I've been away from the forum for a bit and Jane gets the cutest puppy ever!
    He's adorable!

    (And with non-sneeze fur too, perfect!!)

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    Some more photos of Morse today.

    Getting used to being around Rabbits outdoors. He's being really good. If he barks he's called in and what's more he comes in straight away ! Enya completely ignores him, even if he does give a bark. She just carries on as if he's not there !



    Then it started chucking it down with rain. Morse does not like getting wet and he does the funniest walk if he does go out
    Then you can imagine the fun we have getting his fluffy coat dry !







    He prefers the indoor life when the weather's naff, I'm with him on that one !





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    Lovely photo's

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    He is lovely

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    Wonderful photos - he looks like he's smiling in the last one
    My precious boy, I miss you so much

    Rolo - 18th March 2009 to 14th April 2015

    Sleep well baby, I love you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roly Poly View Post
    Wonderful photos - he looks like he's smiling in the last one
    I thought that !!

    He now has really good 'recall' response and he's also learned to 'give a paw'

    I have a feeling he's a damn sight smarter than me !


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    Awww, the charming boy is going to grow up to be a handsome young man. I'm glad you're getting so much joy from him, and I'm sure the Inspector is watching over you both. x

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    Lovely photos

    I'm amazed that Enya reacts like that when he's out I could have imagined that after a while she might have felt very comfortable with him, once she'd realised that he wasn't a threat. Our rabbits completely ignore the chickens when they're close, but I had always thought they would be different if it were a dog. In fact I had hoped it would be different if it were a fox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    Lovely photos

    I'm amazed that Enya reacts like that when he's out I could have imagined that after a while she might have felt very comfortable with him, once she'd realised that he wasn't a threat. Our rabbits completely ignore the chickens when they're close, but I had always thought they would be different if it were a dog. In fact I had hoped it would be different if it were a fox.
    There is little that Enya is afraid of !! She is more likely to chase Morse than be chased by him. Not that either scenario will ever be allowed to happen.


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    Beautiful you are so, so lucky with his behaviour, we're really struggling.
    Mum to five lovely bunnies & two gorgeous doggies
    Sadly missing Benji, Peanut Butter, Bonnie, Cupcake, Noodles, Pud, Ted, Rufus, Albie and Pickle

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