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    Thank goodness for people like you.
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    Hooray for you and hooray for Finn.

    I love the name and the reason.

    You are going to love having an older dog and you are an angel for adopting him.
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    Well done you, such a kind thing to do and im sure finn appreciates you and will reward you in full, as for the name it probably suit him but i doubt it means anthing else.
    What's the difference between a new husband and a new dog? After a year, the dog is still excited to see you.

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    Thank you for saving him, look forward to seeing some photos
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    Sorry I haven't been able to post any pics yet - my camera has packed up so a new one is on my Christmas list. Finn is hard to take pictures of even on my phone because he never goes far enough away. He's adorable - the most vacant dog I've ever met - but absolutely adorable If anyone could overhear me when we're out walking they'd ring the USPCA - I let the other dogs off to run free and say to him "No, Finn - you're not allowed off, you're too stupid" [bless]. He just wants to sit on my lap all the time so we working on sitting on the sofa beside me as I do want SOME independence in him Great boy and we're lucky to have him - my Finlay Fool xx

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    bless him he sounds absolutely adorable!

    i have a soft spot for the oldies too, its heartbreaking how they get overlooked in rescue so many times. they have so much to give to their new owners and people unfortunately dont see that.

    hope you post some photos soon! he really does sound lovely
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    Was looking to update post about Bertie when I came across this. Can't believe after all this time I still haven't posted a pic of Finn! It was really strange reading about when he first came - skinny lol, he's a wee fat fool now! It's hard to imagine life without him - as I say to him every day "how lucky was I to have met you" xx

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    I think Bertie's thread must be in the rehoming section so will post his latest adventure here

    This is Bertie "Butter Wouldn't Melt" [from Cavan SPCA]. He is 11 years old, deaf, blind in one eye, hasn't a tooth in his head and is so wobbly on his feet he staggers about like a wee drunk man. "Aww - poor boy" I hear you think, but before you feel too sorry for him Bertie has just discovered he has ninja superpowers. Wee fecker climbed up on kitchen counter, stole & ate a banana, skin and all. Was only caught because he struggled to finish off the stalk! LOL - no doubt I'll be seeing the results of his monkey diet later on!!
    Willow, Bertie & Finn [Blenheim & Tri Cavs],Eden [German Shepherd], Casper [BF Amazon], 2 ex-Bat Hens, 4 Cockatiels & a Barraband in a pear tree

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    Quote Originally Posted by allie View Post
    Named him Finn because that's me finished, finneto, no more dogs [yeah right!]
    Just thought I'd remind you of this -Bertie probably thinks it's a
    good job you seem to have forgotten
    Last edited by Charlifarley; 6th July 2012 at 08:10 PM.
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    LOL @ Bertie isn't that wonderful when they can still get into mischief even at that age!!

    I started reading the thread and didn't look at the date, and thought it sounded familiar D'OH! Do hope Finn is keeping well.

    Thanks for sharing the photos

    I have a banana bunch here too!
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