Anyone Take Their Dogs To Work

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  1. keir

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    my boy is getting cabin fever having to leave him at my mum and dads house when i go to work, he probably wouldn't even notice the cold but i feel tight taking him. i keep telling him its only a few weeks before he can come again.

    custys miss him too, he's more popular on the round than i am :D

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    i lost him for an hour last year so i went looking for him and found him fast asleep in someones garden, typical just as the shutter was gonna shut he wakes up

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    then same happened a few days later and one of my custys had got him in and give him some treats then next thing he made himself at home i had to get this photo

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    Awwwwww.

    I want a dog and would love to take one to work :D
     
  3. essex boy

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    I can't take my dogs to work unless I get a trailer which they can pull. Have two rather large Great Danes which weigh about 11 stone each, one bearde collie, one cat, 2 mice and a horse.

    Do you reckon they will fit in a vauxhall combo?
     
  4. simon

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    yes mate keeps the van safe & warm [URL="<
     
  5. OoO

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    Love it ^^
     
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    Mine would love it too but she would sit on the seats when I am out working. Then she would be a pain.
     
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  8. keir

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    hahaha yep it would be a brave thieving get to get in there with them 2,

    i have another pooch but no way could he hack it outdoors, plus he would just do a runner and kill everything, his nickname is ghengis

    here he is wrapped up to go walkies

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    and one of him in his natural habitat

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    asleep thats pretty much all he does i reckon he's asleep 23 hours a day no joke
     
  9. koopmaster

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    I take mine out with me when I do leafleting but not to work the estate that I do would means I have to climb over the back and he would run away
     
  10. OoO

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    What breed dog is that on left, he looks lovely :)
     
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