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Having to rehome my beautiful dog he is such a softy house trained,great around kids and other dogs, this sale is due to personnel circumstances and he is such a wonderful dog, full of pedigree microchipped and extremely well looked after.
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1st Dec 2018
Reading Time: 3 minutes
It is a phenomenon that virtually all dog owners will recognise; you say something to your dog or do something that catches your dog’s attention, and your dog tilts their head when looking at you, in a kind of “huh?” expression!