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  1. #11
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    Loved this, great capture and loving your pooch.


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  3. #12
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    Thanks guys! It's a wicked find, I'll definitely head back there some time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieD View Post
    Gosh...thought that dog was real for a moment. Interesting set.

    EDIT: got it. That last picture is you with your dog! Thought that was an old picture of a dog of the former owner and then they had it stuffed!
    Hahaha wasn't just me who had to double take that one then!!

    Nice report mate!
    Jay
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    Vegan Power <3 <3

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    I hope the dog had fun too! 😂

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    Excellent, and bonus points for the dog

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