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Another funny story, and Rory is castrated

Discussion in 'Blogs' started by Harry Haller, Oct 17, 2015.

  1. Harry Haller

    Harry Haller United Kingdom
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    My dad rang me the other day, apparantly his phone rang at 2.20 am, and noting it was my number calling, he answered it, thinking something was wrong.

    On answering, all he could hear was a low growling, so he truned to my mom and said, thats it, he's finally turned into a wolf, after a few minutes of attempted conversation, and the sound of the phone being chewed, he realised one of the puppies had got hold of my phone and hung up.

    The culprit was of course Rory, who I have a feeling is going to be a problem dog, he is forever bullying Bran, and for some reason is fascinated by Brans back leg, which is how I think managed to break. On monday Rory was starting to show new signs of aggressive behaviour, so yesterday, we had his bits chopped off. Apparantly it will turn him into a calm focused and aware dog.

    Hell if it works for him, I might even try it myself
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